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Confederation DebatesConfederation Debates
British and French Canadians alike could appreciate and understand their position rela­tive to each other. They were placed like great families beside each other, and their contact produced a healthy spirit of emulation
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France in 1789 was one of the richest and most powerful nations in Europe. Only in Great Britain and the Netherlands did the common people have more freedom and less chance of arbitrary punishment
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Redefining Universal JurisdictionRedefining Universal Jurisdiction
Unfortunately, the international legal community has not yet developed either the political institutions or the legal and logistical infrastructure that could effectively halt or prevent pathological disturbances of international ordre
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Peace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief ExplanationPeace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief Explanation
Peace Studies framework in the capstone course (Peace 410). Peace Studies Electives are selected from existing courses in the University catalog and reflect both different departments and colleges. They are grouped into four Focus areas
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The german unification, 1815-1870The german unification, 1815-1870
Confederation under the presidency of Austria. There was a widespread movement for closer unity in 1848, a movement resisted by Austria
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Citation: Skocpol, Theda. States and Social Revolutions: a comparative Analysis of France, Russia, and China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Part I. AbstractCitation: Skocpol, Theda. States and Social Revolutions: a comparative Analysis of France, Russia, and China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Part I. Abstract
Skocpol, Theda. States and Social Revolutions: a comparative Analysis of France, Russia, and China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Part I
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Terrorism in the Heartland: Vigilantism, Lynching, and the Klan in Indiana, 1858-1930Terrorism in the Heartland: Vigilantism, Lynching, and the Klan in Indiana, 1858-1930
A version of this paper was presented at the Indiana Academy of Social Science meeting
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\'Dev’: the career of Eamon de Valera By Phil Chapple
Phil Chapple examines a titanic and controversial figure in modern Irish history
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Ethical dimensions of the globalization of food and agricultureEthical dimensions of the globalization of food and agriculture
In relation to public policy, ethical issues are problematic questions about what action should be taken by governmental agencies in particular kinds of situations relating to the public interest
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Vol. 1 Book 5 history of protestantism in germany to the leipsic disputation, 1519Vol. 1 Book 5 history of protestantism in germany to the leipsic disputation, 1519
Protestantism, The Sacred Cause Of God’s Light And Truth Against The Devil’s Falsity And Darkness.”— Carlyle
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Section: Article length: 17424 words title: \"Where the Public Peril Begins\"Section: Article length: 17424 words title: "Where the Public Peril Begins"
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2009 jc1 Term 3 Block Test Paper 1 – Suggested Approaches Q1: “Prejudice is a part of the human condition; it can never be eliminated.” Discuss2009 jc1 Term 3 Block Test Paper 1 – Suggested Approaches Q1: “Prejudice is a part of the human condition; it can never be eliminated.” Discuss
Prejudice: a negative regard for another group based on biased or pre-conceived notions. A feeling or attitude
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