The twenty-first century: towards the identification of some main trendsThe twenty-first century: towards the identification of some main trends
The [main task] will be to acquaint ourselves with the document and to discuss it with its author. This item of the agenda will not require any conclusions to be drawn at this stage of the process
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Progressive alternativesProgressive alternatives
What should they propose, now that they no longer believe in the usefulness of governmental direction of the economy or in the sufficiency of redistributive social programs?
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From Ivory Tower To Privy Wall: On The Art Of Propaganda By George Lincoln Rockwell (circa 1966)From Ivory Tower To Privy Wall: On The Art Of Propaganda By George Lincoln Rockwell (circa 1966)
The blind man who felt the leg and said an elephant was like a tree would produce a tree-like "elephant," while the man who felt only the trunk would construct his "elephant" like a snake
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The Decision to Use the Atomic BombThe Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb
President Roosevelt particularly spoke to me many times of his own awareness of the catastrophic potentialities of our work. But we were at war, and the work must be done
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T he doctrine of fascism (complete text) benito mussolini (1932)T he doctrine of fascism (complete text) benito mussolini (1932)
Fascist government publication of 1935, Fascism Doctrine and Institutions, by Benito Mussolini, Ardita Publishers, Rome, pages 7-42. This translation includes all the footnotes from the original
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Homosexuality and the Church: Thoughts on the Occasion of the Episcopal Church Consecrating an Openly Gay BishopHomosexuality and the Church: Thoughts on the Occasion of the Episcopal Church Consecrating an Openly Gay Bishop
During much of the week of General Convention I was on retreat at St Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, Colorado. While there as well as before and afterwards I have been much concerned about various aspects of this issue
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The Doctrine of FascismThe Doctrine of Fascism
There can be no conception of the State which is not fundamentally a conception of life: philosophy or intuition, system of ideas evolving within the framework of logic or concentrated in a vision or a faith, but always, at least
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What is the “Social Economy”?What is the “Social Economy”?
I say to them, “read my books,” but that’s not fair to those who are just curious. So here is a quick way to answer it
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National Judiciaries in a Global EconomyNational Judiciaries in a Global Economy
It implies what seems unarguable. Professional court administration and management support the rule of law. The question for this address is 'how do courts in supporting the rule of law interact with national and global economies?'
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[Comm vol08] Thml template 00[Comm vol08] Thml template 00
Update for dtd 98; delete some unneeded head elements; italicize Citation style
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[Comm vol38] Thml template 00[Comm vol38] Thml template 00
Update for dtd 98; delete some unneeded head elements; italicize Citation style
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Unit women and children in victorian farmingUnit women and children in victorian farming
During the nineteenth century, women and children also worked in agriculture. They provided cheap labour for the farmer. The table shows the sort of work undertaken by women and children around the farm
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Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass April 14, 1876Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass April 14, 1876
Assignment: Read and fully explain Douglass’ view of Lincoln in a minimum of one page, remember to draw from the whole document in your own words!! Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass April 14, 1876
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Document: Christopher C. Andrews to Abraham Lincoln, November 3, 1864 >Hd. Qrs. 2d Div. 7th A. CDocument: Christopher C. Andrews to Abraham Lincoln, November 3, 1864 >Hd. Qrs. 2d Div. 7th A. C
The weather has been rainy for three days. We have storehouses however, so that every thing is under good cover. There are now 60. 000 sacks of grain in good shelter
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