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By Alan TaylorBy Alan Taylor
Alan Taylor is a professor of history at the University of California at Davis and an accomplished and successful writer. In a previous book, William Cooper’s Town: Power and Persuasion on the frontier of the Early American Republic
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What is Capitalism? What is Socialism? Some Reflections on China, the U. S. and the Managerial Revolution Radical Philosophy Association Panel Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association Chicago April 27, 2006What is Capitalism? What is Socialism? Some Reflections on China, the U. S. and the Managerial Revolution Radical Philosophy Association Panel Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association Chicago April 27, 2006
Private ownership of means of production, wage labor and the market constitute the dominant economic institutions
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The Presumption of Guilt and the English Law of Theft, 1750-1850The Presumption of Guilt and the English Law of Theft, 1750-1850
This golden thread runs through the web of the English criminal law. Unhappily Parliament regards the principle with indifference—one might almost say with contempt
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The Solitude of SelfThe Solitude of Self
Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage on January 20. Reaction to the speech was highly favorable, both within and outside the woman suffrage movement
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A lesson on Product Origins for Global Education Alice Svendson, usA lesson on Product Origins for Global Education Alice Svendson, us
Alice Svendson teaches in Tokyo at Jumonji Womens College and Soka University. She enjoys working with students in research writing and engaging them in global issues projects. Her on-going interests include student motivation and literary
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Innovations regularly experience market launch in four-cylinder passenger car engines
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Discussion Paper on judging the \"evidence\" for seminar on April 9, 1981Discussion Paper on judging the "evidence" for seminar on April 9, 1981
This week, we move from general issues of "making sense" out of ideas and observations in inquiry, to several more specific questions that come up as we assess the data we have, the conclusions toward which we are moving
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