New Left Review 20, March-April 2003 In a landmark engagement with Robert Brenner’s account of the long downturn of the world economy since the 70s, Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrestNew Left Review 20, March-April 2003 In a landmark engagement with Robert Brenner’s account of the long downturn of the world economy since the 70s, Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrest
Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrest, national liberation and corporate financialization in the crisis of the post-war order, and the prospects for a militarized us hegemony today
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Dividing the Public from the Private in us and uk cases of Conscientious Objection to Abortion
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Describe the impact of Europeans on Native American (Indian) cultures and the impact of native cultures on Europeans. Then explain why it was or was not a good thing that European culture prevailed
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January, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical InvestigationsJanuary, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical Investigations
See Section 1: Grading, Item 6 for details on the format and grading of this task
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American PsychologistAmerican Psychologist
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A cutout of Color: origins of the “urban question” in sociology in the works of Florestan FernandesA cutout of Color: origins of the “urban question” in sociology in the works of Florestan Fernandes
The “urban question” has had a strong influence on the urbanism debate in Brazil, leading to the creation of new analytical categories that changed the focus of research on cities and urban interventions
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Wales! Wales? Britain! Britain? Teaching and Learning about the History of the British Isles in Secondary Schools in WalesWales! Wales? Britain! Britain? Teaching and Learning about the History of the British Isles in Secondary Schools in Wales
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Making the wto ‘More Supportive of Development’? The Doha Round and the Political Rationality of the wto’s Development MissionMaking the wto ‘More Supportive of Development’? The Doha Round and the Political Rationality of the wto’s Development Mission
Citation: Alessandrini, D. (2009) ‘Making the wto “More Supportive of Development”? The Doha Round and the Political Rationality of the wto’s Development Mission’, 2009
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Cold War Propaganda 3 Page Paper AssignmentCold War Propaganda 3 Page Paper Assignment
You will have about two weeks to complete this assignment so I expect greatness. It will be due Tuesday, October 9 at the beginning of the class period. It must be a minimum of 1,200 words in Times New Roman
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The Illinois Open 2005: Spite, Death and the Devil Tossups by Somewhere Among Us a Stone Is Taking NotesThe Illinois Open 2005: Spite, Death and the Devil Tossups by Somewhere Among Us a Stone Is Taking Notes
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Blixen’s Difference: Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights and the Resistance to NeocolonialismBlixen’s Difference: Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights and the Resistance to Neocolonialism
Citation: Van der Walt, j ‘Blixen’s Difference: Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights and the Resistance to Neocolonialism’, 2003 (1) Law, Social Justice & Global Development Journal
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The Myth of SisyphusThe Myth of Sisyphus
The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more dreadful punishment than futile and
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Local government in the postcommunist eraLocal government in the postcommunist era
Reference to Central Europe (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia) will be included, should it illuminate similar problems in the fsu. Others3 have delineated central European differences, acknowledging some similarities
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Problems in Negotiating Consensus in the World Trade OrganizationProblems in Negotiating Consensus in the World Trade Organization
The member states make decisions by consensus, but achieving consensus has become a much more demanding requirement than in the gatt’s day. An analysis of the causes of paralysis identifies what will need to change to permit a resumption of
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Part I: What is History?Part I: What is History?
Students use historical debates from one case study and a source book of historical readings to investigate the question ‘What is History?’
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