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United States that the incapacity or destruction of such systems and assets would have a debilitating impact on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination of those matters.”1
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Allegory of the CaveAllegory of the Cave
When summarizing the "Allegory of the Cave" it's important to remember the two elements to the story; the fictional metaphor of the prisoners, and the philosophical tenets in which said story is supposed to represent
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Creating the U. S. Constitution Essential QuestionCreating the U. S. Constitution Essential Question
How did the Americans create a national (federal) government that respected both the independence of the states and the rights of the individuals?
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The negative impact on corruption on the enjoyment of human rightsThe negative impact on corruption on the enjoyment of human rights
Re-submission of best practice that link anti-corruption measures with the realization and protection of human rights
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What is the “Social Economy”?What is the “Social Economy”?
I say to them, “read my books,” but that’s not fair to those who are just curious. So here is a quick way to answer it
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Citation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their LawCitation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their Law
D but the English Government, and afterwards the colonial authorities, assumed jurisdiction over them as if they were strangers who had immigrated into British territory, and punished them for disobeying laws which they could hardly
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Mary WollstonecraftMary Wollstonecraft
It is vain to expect virtue from women till they are, in some degree, independent of men; nay, it is vain to expect that strength of natural affection, which would make them good wives and good mothers
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Sociology of knowledgeSociology of knowledge
Edited by David L. Sills. The Macmillan Co & The Free Press, ny, 1968 Vol. 7, pp. 428-434
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The Middle KingdomThe Middle Kingdom
About 2150 bce, Egyptians revolted against their pharaohs and there was a period of localized rule. This period, called the First Intermediate period, lasted for a little over a hundred years
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