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Slavery and the Origins of the Civil WarSlavery and the Origins of the Civil War
In this view, slavery usually unprofitable was maintained for racial and cultural reasons, rather than economic self- interest, and might well have died out peacefully had the Civil War not intervened
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* bibliographic essay* bibliographic essay
Thailand, and to a lesser extent, American foreign policy elsewhere in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War era. It also serves to introduce to the reader some of the available secondary English language sources dealing with Thailand’s
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Programme informationProgramme information
Department of Theology, Religion and Philosophy; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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2nd iceshs, Cracow (Poland), September 6-9, 20062nd iceshs, Cracow (Poland), September 6-9, 2006
The Global and the Local: The History of Science and the Cultural Integration of Europe
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Unequal allies: australia-american relations and war in the pacific 1941-1945Unequal allies: australia-american relations and war in the pacific 1941-1945
During the transition to peace, however, the sometimes divergent interests of the two countries were overtly manifest as the unifying threat of Japan receded
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Individual Mind: Towards a philosophy of anthropology as a moral pursuitIndividual Mind: Towards a philosophy of anthropology as a moral pursuit
I identify certain characteristics of the mind and map out what appear to me, aesthetically speaking, to be their possible consequences. In an argument of some six parts, I move between consciousness, ethnography and political philosophy
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Paul Bagguley Department of Sociology and Social Policy University of Leeds LeedsPaul Bagguley Department of Sociology and Social Policy University of Leeds Leeds
However, the relative neglect of industrial citizenship in particular was to be found in Marshall’s account in the first instance. This partly explains much of the subsequent lack of interest in developing the concept of industrial
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Table of contents I. Introduction II. Globalization and its Benefits III. What has gone wrong with Globalization? IV. Globecology: Uniting environmentalism and globalizationTable of contents I. Introduction II. Globalization and its Benefits III. What has gone wrong with Globalization? IV. Globecology: Uniting environmentalism and globalization
However, the conference was deemed a failure amidst extensive riots which occurred through December 3, 1999. It signaled to the Geneva-based wto and the world as a whole that globalization had its opponents
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Evil and the limits of theologyEvil and the limits of theology
What I shall try to show is that Christian theology ought neither construct theodicies, nor ignore the kinds of problem theodicies try to address
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Child Welfare in Sweden an overviewChild Welfare in Sweden an overview
Scandinavian welfare state model is also characterised by a "universal approach" approach (directed to all, not to stigmatise the few) in opposite to a "residual approach"
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Deep Friendship Kate ChapmanDeep Friendship Kate Chapman
Consequently, my life and work associated with The Community Project reflected this sense of challenge and struggle, as I sought ever more expansive substantial ways of sharing my experience resolutely in the always supportive and sensitive context of the project
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Free state high court, bloemfontein republic of south africaFree state high court, bloemfontein republic of south africa
Saflii note: Certain personal/private details of parties or witnesses have been redacted from this document in compliance with the law and saflii policy
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