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A novel Perspective on Cuba’s ‘Reforms’A novel Perspective on Cuba’s ‘Reforms’
J. L. Betancourt, R. Morán, and C. Quijano provided very useful comments on the first written version. This second one incorporates those comments as well as additional modifications of my own. Remaining errors and omissions are my
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Major Article 2 Dynamic LeadershipMajor Article 2 Dynamic Leadership
This article is Copyright 2000 Pilgrims Ltd. The copyright owners reserve all rights to its reproduction
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African-American Historical Notebook/PrimerAfrican-American Historical Notebook/Primer
This paradigm deepens as we are socialized in the world. Why do we start off this way? Because it is necessary to be flexible and broad minded to begin to receive aspects of the truth
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The Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent MachinesThe Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent Machines
However, whereas we must accept the competitive motives that humans evolved with, we can design the motives of intelligent machines
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Dickinson Historical Journal Fall Semester 2010Dickinson Historical Journal Fall Semester 2010
Vietnam War. By refusing to relinquish his dependence on numerical analysis and by distancing himself from the incredible loss of life, McNamara secured his legacy as a remorseful, yet misguided whiz kid
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Restrictions are prohibitions on action the aff is a reporting requirementRestrictions are prohibitions on action the aff is a reporting requirement
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November 27, 2006 eng 102. 5820November 27, 2006 eng 102. 5820
Willie’s old desire for his son to be a traditional success in life is rekindled. But the old tensions between the two men are also renewed. Once again, to Willie’s great disappointment, his son rejects Willie’s values and aspirations
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November 27, 2006 eng 102. 5820November 27, 2006 eng 102. 5820
Willie’s old desire for his son to be a traditional success in life is rekindled. But the old tensions between the two men are also renewed. Once again, to Willie’s great disappointment, his son rejects Willie’s values and aspirations
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The Chinese Empire The Great Unification: The Ch’in, 256-206 bcThe Chinese Empire The Great Unification: The Ch’in, 256-206 bc
BC, these independent states began to war among themselves over territory and influence. So chaotic was this period, that the Chinese refer to it as The Warring States period
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December 14, 1996 Stephen ConwayDecember 14, 1996 Stephen Conway
Huck and Jim on the river, his later fiction openly questions whether or not individual identity can exist without appealing to or being circumscribed by socially or even cosmically defined categories
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The Evolution and Future Direction of Marriage by Tom and Jeanne Lombardo IntroductionThe Evolution and Future Direction of Marriage by Tom and Jeanne Lombardo Introduction
From this solid footing, one can explore the future possibilities and even preferred direction for an institution that, for better or worse, has long been expected to satisfy a wide range of needs from intimacy, affection
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Sprc report 12/09 Social Policy Research CentreSprc report 12/09 Social Policy Research Centre
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Introduction to Rudolf Steiner and American ThoughtIntroduction to Rudolf Steiner and American Thought
Laurance S. Rockefeller. This week-long invitational seminar, which met at Wainwright House, in Rye, New York, in January 1991, ex­plored the relevance of Rudolf Steiner’s thought for the American philosophical tradition and for contemporary American thought
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Final version 11/28/03 Argentina: macroeconomic performance and crisisFinal version 11/28/03 Argentina: macroeconomic performance and crisis
We assert that the Argentine experience in the nineties is similar to other la cases of trade and financial liberalization and opening leading to crisis
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An End in Itself and a Means to Good EndsAn End in Itself and a Means to Good Ends
The social system is not an unchangeable order beyond human control but a pattern of human action.”—John Rawls
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