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European authors are sometimes referred simply to “mysticism,” or a “lapse into mysticism,” as though mysticism were an unpredictable affliction striking philosophers unpredictably rather than both a literary-philosophical tradition and a very widespread disposition
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Yet when political scientists (and public administrators) attempted to define their profession, they went back not to the cave of Plato but to the 1880s of Woodrow Wilson
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And, in light of other, recent decisions (both specific to cafa and more broadly) that have heightened the importance of the pleading stage and of gathering adequate prefiling discovery
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To appear in Speculum Jan. 2005. After publication, please cite from the published version
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Lara Maupin, world history teacher and globetrotter, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia
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Atlantic Community, dependent on America and under American control,” and this France would not permit. 1[1] The German government seemed to share de Gaulle’s sentiments
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As markets have been deregulated, privatization and unproductive government spending have been promoted. Yet the greater volatility of capitals, the emergence of many financial crises, a decline in trust
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It is always an ideal, be it a glorious ideal, a Shining City on a Hill, eutopia, or a fearsome ideal, a horrid Brave New World, dystopia. And sometimes it is both, and, in two senses, terrific
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