The truth about the anthrax attacks and its cover-upThe truth about the anthrax attacks and its cover-up
Within a month after the September 11, 2001 attacks, letters containing dry powder spores of
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A new history research agenda for a growing europeA new history research agenda for a growing europe
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Pricing v. SanctionsPricing v. Sanctions
Behavior is tolerable at appropriate level or with appropriate precaution
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Iowa Press #4014 Ernie Goss – Creighton University Economist & David Swenson – Iowa State University Economist Original Broadcast Date: January 4, 2013 Copyright 2013Iowa Press #4014 Ernie Goss – Creighton University Economist & David Swenson – Iowa State University Economist Original Broadcast Date: January 4, 2013 Copyright 2013
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Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001Financial Changes and Optimal Spending Rates Among Top Liberal Arts Colleges 1996-2001
Despite current claims of financial crisis, these calculations show that most of these institutions have spending rates well below the rate that would be required to achieve inter-generational equity
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Born with a Silver SpoonThe Origin of World Trade in 1571 dennis o. Flynn and arturo giráldezBorn with a Silver SpoonThe Origin of World Trade in 1571 dennis o. Flynn and arturo giráldez
Spice Islands of Indonesia and on the shore of the South China Sea; only after the Spaniards had attained the same goal by way of Patagonia
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Tom O’Connor Working Paper Series Department of Government, uccTom O’Connor Working Paper Series Department of Government, ucc
Many of them were to live off this ‘old money’ in the lean years after the 1929 Wall Street crash, de Valera’s disastrous economic war with Britain in the 1930s, the Second World War and its aftermath, and the depressed 1950s
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Science, Values, and ObjectivityScience, Values, and Objectivity
Such evaluations of science contrasts sharply with what I call “the science of values.” This is not one science or even one unified nexus of scientific activities but a loosely defined grab bag containing all scientific investigations of matters
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Shelby Kawamura Alison FernleyShelby Kawamura Alison Fernley
I want to find out the reason behind the argument if it should be legal or not. In my paper I shall find resources with different opinions on if it should or should not be legalized and why they think so
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Honest Abe By Phyllis NaegeliHonest Abe By Phyllis Naegeli
He was born into a poor farm family in the backwoods of Kentucky on February 12, 1809. From these humble beginnings, he built a reputation of honesty and service. Eventually, he earned the right to serve as President of the United States
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Constructing Good Selves in Japan and North AmericaConstructing Good Selves in Japan and North America
Invited paper to appear in Culture and Social Behavior: The Tenth Ontario Symposium
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Jacksonian democracyJacksonian democracy
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