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John Winthrop\John Winthrop's "City of Women"
American history where the theological speculations of a housewife could carry such political weight. Far from endorsing female subjection, the Puritan movement initially encouraged female assertiveness
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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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Ancient and Modern Constitutionalism Revisited 1Ancient and Modern Constitutionalism Revisited 1
I develop that argument in dialogue and comparison with certain influential statements about the relationship between the medieval/ early modern “ancient constitution” and the era of constitutions that begins in the 1770s and 80s in America
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Growth bad uq/SustainabilityGrowth bad uq/Sustainability
The collapse of growth is inevitable biocapacity is insufficient for continued expansion
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Th. International Conference 1-4 July 2013 New Lanark, Scotland List of Abstracts Allison, MarkTh. International Conference 1-4 July 2013 New Lanark, Scotland List of Abstracts Allison, Mark
There was nothing like the work of William Morris and the artistic socialists of the 1880s, nor was there anything resembling the communitarian architecture and furniture of the Shakers.”
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The History of the Class Struggle, 1914-2014 by Phil SharpeThe History of the Class Struggle, 1914-2014 by Phil Sharpe
The growing opposition of the international working class to the world war meant that these traditional parties no longer adequately expressed the discontent of the working class in relation to the demands of war and the erosion of material standards
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