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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Second Close Read Questions DirectionsThe Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Second Close Read Questions Directions
Directions: Answer the following questions from the text. Make sure to give textual evidence when answering and write answers in complete sentences
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Refusing to hear the ‘Refuseniks’: a cautionary tale for our times, from Israel/Palestine By Rupert ReadRefusing to hear the ‘Refuseniks’: a cautionary tale for our times, from Israel/Palestine By Rupert Read
Rawls’s influential sharp division between ‘conscientious objection’ (private, not supposed to influence state policy) and ‘civil disobedience’
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Entrapment and rejection: the case of the Exclusive BrethrenEntrapment and rejection: the case of the Exclusive Brethren
A paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Cultic Studies Association, Fort Lee, New Jersey, July 3, 2010
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Summary of persian gulf war illness pilot study on mycoplasmal infections in veterans and family membersSummary of persian gulf war illness pilot study on mycoplasmal infections in veterans and family members
The Institute for Molecular Medicine, 15162 Triton Lane, Huntington Beach, California 92649-1041
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Women and Trade Unions in Europe, 19th to 21st centuriesWomen and Trade Unions in Europe, 19th to 21st centuries
Women and Trade Unions in Europe, 19th to 21st centuries’ (watu) is a joint research project envisioned as consisting of several phases
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The Adoption of International Norms: Russian Landmines and the Conflict in ChechnyaThe Adoption of International Norms: Russian Landmines and the Conflict in Chechnya
On the policy front, this result functions as evidence to show why certain norms, such as democracy and capitalism have met with success in their spread while other norms have not
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Working with the working womanWorking with the working woman
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