Van Gosse What the New Deal AccomplishedVan Gosse What the New Deal Accomplished
Young "Brain Trust" intellectuals competed for the President's attention with innovative ideas for jumpstarting the economy. A plethora of impromptu agencies with distinctive acronyms were created to administer emergency relief to the unemployed "one third of
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Mave dissertation, Lancaster University 2001 The Role of Culture in the Perception of Nature in the United States Martin J. LeBlanc AcknowledgementsMave dissertation, Lancaster University 2001 The Role of Culture in the Perception of Nature in the United States Martin J. LeBlanc Acknowledgements
Foster, Marjeta Cevc and Phil Macnaghten provided valuable insight and constructive criticisms throughout the year that have helped my ideas evolve
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Self-interest determines behavior People act through self-interestSelf-interest determines behavior People act through self-interest
Peter A. Facione (prof of philosophy, Calif. State Univ at Fullerton), The Student’s Guide to Philosophy 1988
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Métis Buffalo HuntMétis Buffalo Hunt
Ten captains were elected by the men of the camp. One of these was named as the leader of the hunt. Each captain commanded at least 10 "soldiers" who assisted with the maintenance of discipline and order
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A society that puts freedom with both greater freedom and greater equality’A society that puts freedom with both greater freedom and greater equality’
Tawney. Discuss what these writers mean by the terms ‘equality’ and ‘freedom/liberty’. Analyse and comment on the relationships they see between these concepts. Is it possible to draw any moral about the requirements for a ‘free’ society?
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Transgressive CaregivingTransgressive Caregiving
I will likely share a draft chapter from Part III, which aims to apply the theoretical groundwork set out here to a set of concrete contemporary debates about families and family care work. An abstract of the book precedes the essay
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The Public Bank Trilemma: Brazil’s New Developmentalism and the bndesThe Public Bank Trilemma: Brazil’s New Developmentalism and the bndes
Markets”. The fights over bndes operations conveniently illustrate many of Brazil’s on-going debates over the pace, biases, and goals of mixed-capitalist economic growth in a middle-income, but still highly unequal, country
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Industrial Revolution MatchingIndustrial Revolution Matching
While the engine runs, people must work—men, women, and children are yoked together with iron and steam. The animal machine is chained fast to the iron machine, which knows no suffering and weariness.”
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Introduction II Knowledge Enrichment Lecture notesIntroduction II Knowledge Enrichment Lecture notes
Topic 3: International cooperation and regional politics Since 1945: China, Japan 178
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Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen Micronations from utopian communities to space settlementsOliver Kochta-Kalleinen Micronations from utopian communities to space settlements
We finally decided to invite the Principality of Sealand, the Kingdoms of Elgaland &Vargaland, the Remony of Ladonia, nsk-state in Time, Transnational Republic and the State of Sabotage
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Chapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) OutlineChapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) Outline
The second quarter of the nineteenth-century was not the triumph of industrialism, however, but rather the final protests of those economic groups who opposed it
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The Implications of Capitalism for Media: How Democracy Suffers IntroductionThe Implications of Capitalism for Media: How Democracy Suffers Introduction
In America, this system is the news media, and it clearly exists, but we must investigate whether it is serving its watchdog purposes or not. We will first examine how democracy is vulnerable to the media and then how the media is vulnerable
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Honp102 P. LeBelHonp102 P. LeBel
While history will shape the organizational thrust of the course, through a series of readings and presentations, students will examine how various disciplines reflect perceptions of risk in terms of major events of the twentieth century
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Karen Sweezey October 16, 2009 edu1150y- grade Ten Academic History (chc2D) Lesson Plan Submitted to: Usha JamesKaren Sweezey October 16, 2009 edu1150y- grade Ten Academic History (chc2D) Lesson Plan Submitted to: Usha James
The Stock Market Crash of 1929 was not the result of one specific cause, but rather the result of a number of interconnected causes
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Chapter 1 China’s accession to the wto: An overview of domestic and external implicationsChapter 1 China’s accession to the wto: An overview of domestic and external implications
China became the 143rd member of the World Trade Organization (wto). This way, a 15 years-long quest came to a end, concluding the first chapter of an remarkably rich learning process for all parties concerned
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