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Slavery or Sheep? The Antebellum Realignment in Vermont 1840-1860Slavery or Sheep? The Antebellum Realignment in Vermont 1840-1860
Prepared for presentation at the Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 2012. An earlier version was given at the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics weekly seminar, Princeton University
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Perceptual Barriers to ParticipationPerceptual Barriers to Participation
Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese are inhibited from participating in the political process. The conclusions drawn by this research could potentially impact mobilization efforts by politicians and party activists
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Prepared for the Western Political Science Conference, April 2014Prepared for the Western Political Science Conference, April 2014
Because of this central focus on voting as the main form of citizen participation, evaluation of contemporary democracies requires an assessment of the meaningfulness of electoral participation as an exercise of citizens’ political
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Marx and natural lawMarx and natural law
This is a very rough, first draft print-out of the handwritten notes upon which my presentation was based, with some references added
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A series of contractual relationships between the upper classes, designed to maintain control over landA series of contractual relationships between the upper classes, designed to maintain control over land
L by pledging political allegiance and providing military, political, and financial service to a lord. A lord possessed complete sovereignty over land, or acted in the service of another sovereign, usually a king
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International criminal lawInternational criminal law
Working towards this end the Women's Caucus for Gender Justice met with significant opposition. It persisted because of the imperative that sexual violence be seen as part of already recognized forms of violence
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Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International LawMax Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
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The Elephant in the Drawing Room: Slavery and the ‘Stolen Wages’ debateThe Elephant in the Drawing Room: Slavery and the ‘Stolen Wages’ debate
Unfinished business: Indigenous stolen wages (‘the Stolen Wages report’). 1 In numerous statements made to the Standing Committee Indigenous people described the conditions in which they had lived and worked in terms evoking the notion of
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Developments: Renewed Emphasis on PreachingDevelopments: Renewed Emphasis on Preaching
Rev. Carl C. Fickenscher II, Ph. D., assistant professor, pastoral ministry and mission, Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana
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