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Utter Street building to the Japanese-American community. The Ywca must recognize that its status as the paper owner and as trustee of the property is the direct result of the racist and racially discriminatory Alien Land Law which denied the Issei the ability to
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Resource Management in Asia-Pacific Working Paper No. 8: India and China—‘the populous giants’—critical problems of resource management Alan BurnettResource Management in Asia-Pacific Working Paper No. 8: India and China—‘the populous giants’—critical problems of resource management Alan Burnett
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Structural violence is the largest proximate cause of war- creates priming that psychologically structures escalationStructural violence is the largest proximate cause of war- creates priming that psychologically structures escalation
Nancy and Philippe, Introduction: Making Sense of Violence, in Violence in War and Peace, pg. 19-22
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On the Release of the Torture ReportOn the Release of the Torture Report
The release of the Senate Investigation of the cia’s unconstitutional torture abuses, its lies to Congress, and its illegal spying on Congress ought to be a moment of deep sorrow and shame throughout the Body-Politic
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Foundations of American GovernmentFoundations of American Government
Sea travel expanded the horizons of many European nations and created prosperity and the conditions for the Enlightenment. In turn, the Enlightenment ideals of liberty, equality
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Exploring American Ideals Democratic Values — Liberty, Equality, JusticeExploring American Ideals Democratic Values — Liberty, Equality, Justice
United States. Rule by absolute monarchs and emperors has often brought peace and order, but at the cost of personal freedoms. Democratic values support the belief that an orderly society can exist in which freedom is preserved
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