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Governance, Protest and Sport: An Australian PerspectiveGovernance, Protest and Sport: An Australian Perspective
Ian Warren (M. A; Llb) is a Phd candidate at the School of Human Movement, Performance and Recreation, Faculty of Human Development, Victoria University of Technology.]
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1. The Presidency (a) Public Speeches1. The Presidency (a) Public Speeches
HeinOnline: Presidential, Judicial, and Congressional documents database, from the early Republic to the present. [available through the electronic library; all keyword searchable]
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Assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasiaAssisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia
Church of England House of Bishops and the Roman Catholics Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales for the House of Lords Select Committee on Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill
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Elri LiebenbergElri Liebenberg
Cartographica. She has been a member of the South African National Committee for the ica since 1987 and was a Vice-President of the ica from 1999 to 2003
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Concentration Camps in the Boer Conflict An analysis of the Second Boer War 1899-1902Concentration Camps in the Boer Conflict An analysis of the Second Boer War 1899-1902
Operated by Nazi Germany in World War Two, these camps have come to symbolize the plight of human beings facing organized slaughter, symbolizing the final degradation of morality and civilized norms in armed conflict
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U. S. Space Program Challenged Exactly two months and two days before the Challenger tragedy, theU. S. Space Program Challenged Exactly two months and two days before the Challenger tragedy, the
If U. S. Army Colonel (retired) Tom Bearden is right, there is an even deeper reason than weather
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Published in the autumn 1999 issue of International Peacekeeping (Frank Cass)Published in the autumn 1999 issue of International Peacekeeping (Frank Cass)
Secretariat officials, rather than an intelligence failure or the result of bureaucratic inertia. The argument is, that the problem was the unwillingness of senior officials to use the information at hand to provide the necessary political leadership for an
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Contents gcse history Exemplars for Controlled Assessment Topic Area 1Contents gcse history Exemplars for Controlled Assessment Topic Area 1
Political, social and economic developments in Wales and England in the nineteenth century and the twentieth centuries
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Reflections on sections 7 and 24 of the ConstitutionReflections on sections 7 and 24 of the Constitution
An understanding of our Constitution is enhanced by an understanding of the precise way in which prior to the Constitution, and prior even to the Convention Debates, democratic ideals came into the mental world of our founding fathers
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Document: William Lilley, Memorandum, April 16, 1862Document: William Lilley, Memorandum, April 16, 1862
William Lilley was appointed a captain and assistant quartermaster in October 1861. On January 15, 1862, the Senate rejected Lilley’s appointment and revoked his commission on February 3
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The University of QueenslandThe University of Queensland
Published in Frederick Carney, Heinz Schilling and Dieter Wyduckel (eds), Jurisprudenz, Politische Theorie und Politische Theologie
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Native AmericanNative American
Ceremony, Storyteller, Laguna Woman, and Almanac of the Dead, the last a prophesy of the restoration of the Americas to their original inhabitants
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