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Introduction: Why the Spanish Revolution Today?Introduction: Why the Spanish Revolution Today?
The Spanish revolution, past and future: grandeur and poverty of anarchism; how the working class takes over (or doesn't), then and now Loren Goldner
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A society that puts freedom with both greater freedom and greater equality’A society that puts freedom with both greater freedom and greater equality’
Tawney. Discuss what these writers mean by the terms ‘equality’ and ‘freedom/liberty’. Analyse and comment on the relationships they see between these concepts. Is it possible to draw any moral about the requirements for a ‘free’ society?
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From Contraception to the Abortion Explosion Quotes from Catholic Authorities Linking Abortion to ContraceptionFrom Contraception to the Abortion Explosion Quotes from Catholic Authorities Linking Abortion to Contraception
Birth control leads to a state of mind that treats sexual activity as if it has nothing to do with babies; babies are treated as "accidents", as a burden to be eliminated. In this way, contraception is clearly linked to abortion.”
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Women in the later medieval English economy: past perspectives, new directionsWomen in the later medieval English economy: past perspectives, new directions
The following essay was submitted unsuccessfully to a journal for publication. Readers may be interested in the following anonymous reader’s report, quoted verbatim in full
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Big Era Seven Panorama Teaching UnitBig Era Seven Panorama Teaching Unit
Once autocatalytic processes got going, they tended to speed up. Overall, global changes have become self-perpetuating and ever-accelerating
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1 Distributive Justice and Power Theories of Inequality: Reflections on Rawls and Egalitarianism1 Distributive Justice and Power Theories of Inequality: Reflections on Rawls and Egalitarianism
On the other hand, what exactly is meant by power relationships being unjust? In precisely what sense are they so? This paper ponders those questions in the spirit that ideally these two distinct directions of inquiry and discourse on economic inequality ought to
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Italy and the European Wars: The Impact of War, 1503-1530 University of Warwick, 30 May – 1 June 2003Italy and the European Wars: The Impact of War, 1503-1530 University of Warwick, 30 May – 1 June 2003
This was one reason why those who attended and contributed to the conference told us that they had found it useful and interesting, to the gratification of the organisers
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How Urbanization Affects the Inequality in Developing Countries: a critique of Kuznets Curve Cem OyvatHow Urbanization Affects the Inequality in Developing Countries: a critique of Kuznets Curve Cem Oyvat
How Urbanization Affects the Inequality in Developing Countries: a critique of Kuznets Curve
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A. G. Dickens (Professor of History, the University of London, King’s College) [1964 edition] The Abortive ReformationA. G. Dickens (Professor of History, the University of London, King’s College) [1964 edition] The Abortive Reformation
Church. Perhaps the only major doctrine of the sixteenth-century Reformers, which Wycliffe cannot be said to have anticipated, was that of justification by Faith Alone
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Proposal for a Special Session on ‘Labour History as a field: where do we stand?’Proposal for a Special Session on ‘Labour History as a field: where do we stand?’
Still the Darker Half of the Continent: Writing the History of Labour in Eastern Europe, 1945-2015
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