• James Madison Press University History
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    Chastelllux, Marquis de. Travels in North America the years 1780, 1781, and 1782, 2 vols. Howard C. Rice, ed. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Hamilton, Alexander, James Madison, and John Jay. The Federalist Papers. Clinton Rossiter, ed. New York: New American Library, 1961. Ingersol, Charles. "Visit to Mr. Madison," Washington Globe. 12 August 1836. "James Madison's Attitude toward the Negro: Advice given Negroes a Century Ago." The Journal of Negro History. VI (January, 1921)...
  • University Press Utopia Cambridge London
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    Utopian Texts Chronological List of Utopian Texts Note: not all of these texts are necessarily 'utopias' in the strict sense (whether there can be said to be a strict sense of this term is another matter), but they all have elements of the genre - or are used in our course. Several early modern utopian texts can be found in digital reproductions of the original editions on Early English Books Online (EEBO) and / or Gallica. The compilers of the New York Public Library exhibition Utopia: the sear...
  • Slavery Naval Power
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    Tyree WhiteOutlineSpecific Goals: I want my audience to understand why institutionalized slavery ended. Introduction I Can anyone of you imagine owning a slave? Can anyone of you imagine being a slave? Regardless of your answer, slavery no longer exists as an institution. Why? Thesis Statement: Technological advances brings an end to institutional slavery. Body 1 In the 1700's Britain emerges as a superpower. A. The British Industrial Revolution was the height of technology. 1. The Industrial R...
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    University of Alabama Press University of Arizona Press Bedford/St. Martin's Press Black Rose Books Black Sparrow Press Blackwell Publishers University of California Press Cambridge University Press University of Chicago Press City Lights Press Coffee House Press Columbia University Press Continuum Books Cornell University Press Definition Press Duke University Press Feminist Press University Press of Florida Gray wolf Press Greenwood Press HarperCollins Publishers University of Illinois Press H...
  • Confucianism And Christianity University Press
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    Confucianism and Christianity. Douglas McKinney Philosophy of Religion The premise of Confucian teachings are centered around the idea of Jen or the ^3 virtue of humanity (Ching 68). ^2 To accomplish this divinity, five relationships must be honored: ruler and minister, father and son, husband and wife, elder and younger brother, and friend and friend (Hopfe). These relationships led a push for a revolution of the political system to adopt the methods of Jen. Confucius sought to revive the ancie...
  • Amenhoten Iii Aten Akhenaten Worship
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    Akhenaten, The Mysterious RulerAkhenaten is considered by many historians to be one of the most fascinating and individuals of the ancient world. It is been said that he created the first monotheistic religion. Did he do so? We will explore this question, along with other factions of his life and reign. In order to see how Akhenaten is considered a revolutionary and how his reign is different from those before his a look at the role of earlier "traditional" kings is needed. Then we will examine ...
  • Implications Of Migration For Pro Poor Agricultural Growth
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    differences etc. all of which influence migration patterns and remittance utilization. Methods must therefore be broadened to include more qualitative techniques and case studies. 2. Integrate migration and commuting into PRSPs, CASs, National Plans At present most key policy documents related to rural development, agriculture and poverty reduction pay little or no attention to migration. These should be reviewed where possible to integrate migration and commuting concerns. There needs to be a ...
  • Glenn Miller Swing Dorsey Time
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    Swingin' in the 1930's: A decade innovative music Thesis: Music of the 1930's took an interesting ride with swing. It was not only a musical pastime, but a way of life; those who brought it to us, will live on forever. Towards the beginning of the 1930's, the nation was grasped by the effects of a Great Depression. The economy was on hold, but the music was not. As the 1930's began to take shape, they gave birth to a new era of music. The melancholy sound of the early years of the Depression had...
  • Showa Restoration Japan Footnote Japanese
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    'Restore the Emperor Expel the Barbarians': The Causes of the Showa RestorationSonno jo i, 'Restore the Emperor and expel the Barbarians,' was the battle cry that ushered in the Showa Restoration in Japan during the 1930's. Footnote 1 The Showa Restoration was a combination of Japanese nationalism, Japanese expansionism, and Japanese militarism all carried out in the name of the Showa Emperor, Hirohito. Unlike the Meiji Restoration, the Showa Restorationwas not a resurrection of the Emperor's po...
  • University Press Jews Vienna Culture
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    'Mythenbildung ist wie in der: es wird damn im allies ' Arthur Schnitzler (Buch der Freunde) (1) Viennese Jews proportionally did have more representatives in the cultural sphere. This can be because they had the means, ways and opportunity to exploit their situation to pursue the arts. Steven Beller states quite unequivocally 'Whether it be Freud, Schoenberg, Schnitzler or Wittgenstein, the number of individuals at the top level of Viennese culture - or rather that type of culture for which Vie...
  • University Press Hughes Poems Poet
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    Edward James Hughes is one of the most outstanding living British poets. In 1984 he was awarded the title of the nation's Poet Laureate. He came into prominence in the late fifties and early sixties, having earned a reputation of a prolific, original and skillful poet, which he maintained to the present day. Hughes was born in 1930 in Yorkshire england into a family of a carpenter. After graduating from Grammar School he went to Cambridge to study English, but later changed to Archaeology and A...
  • The Representation Of Women In Fifteenth Century P
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    The Representation of Women in Fifteenth Century Italian Portraiture The Italian Renaissance was a time of rebirth, a burgeoning of interest in the classical arts and sciences. Portraiture as a genre was on the increase, fuelled by a growing introspection through which man was becoming aware of the innate characteristics that made him an individual. Burckhardt, in The Civilisation of Renaissance Italy, devotes a chapter to tracing the representation of individual personalities in Renaissance lit...
  • The Fantasies Of Don Quixote
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    . The Fantasies of Don Quixote A Literary Critical Analysis Don Quixote lived in a fantasy world of chivalry. Chivalry had negative and positive effects on the lives of the people. Don Quixote emphasizes a cross-section of Spanish life, thought, and feeling at the end of chivalry. Don Quixote has been called the best novel in the world, and it cannot be compared to any other novel. Don Quixote has been described as "that genial and just judge of imposture, folly, vanity, affectation, and insince...
  • Racism In Huck Finn
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    ... was to underscore the chilling truth about the old south, that it was a society where perfectly 'nice' people didn't consider the death of a black person worth their notice. Because of his upbringing, the boy starts out that slavery is part of the natural order; but as the story unfolds he wrestles with his conscience, and when the crucial moment comes he decides he will be damned to the flames of hell rather than betray his black friend. And Jim, as Twain presents him, is hardly a caricatur...
  • Beowulf Man Or Myth
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    Beowulf Man or Myth Many of Old English poems glorified a real or imaginery hero and tried to teach the values of bravery. Beowulf was written during the Anglo-Saxon period of English Literature. The Anglo-Saxon period was a time of fierce battles in which human strength was measured by the ability to control the reaction to fate through evil and courage. Beowulf was written in Old English as an epic poem. Old English described a real or imaginery hero and tried to teach the values of bravery. ...
  • University Press China York Products
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    As reported in "Guangzhou Riba o" on January 6, 2000, Long Yong tu, China's trade negotiator, said, On the issue of allowing more meat products into China, some people think that China has made a substantial compromise. In fact, no substantial compromise was made on the meat product issue. (P) (in the United States) think that China has opened its door wide for the import of meat. In fact, this is only a theoretical market opportunity. During diplomatic negotiations, it is imperative to use beau...
  • Nations Humanitarian Intervention International Web 1999
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    Task Words Explain Provide Content Words State sovereignty International order International intervention Mass violence Re-state the Topic The topic is asking me to expand on both the positive and negative effects of global involvement in the internal affairs of independent nations with regard to the avoidance and settling of large-scale bloodshed. It requires me to substantiate my arguments both in favour of and in opposition to such intervention through detailed examples. The foundation of the...
  • Compare And Contrast The Concepts Of Civic Ethnic Nationalism
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    Nationalism is ostensibly a term which covers such elements as national consciousness, the expression of national identity and loyalty to the nation - 'nation' itself being defined by Timothy Bancroft as: .".. a group of people identified as sharing any number of perceived or real characteristics - such as common ancestry, language, religion, culture, historical traditions and shared territory - the members of which can identify themselves and others as belonging to the group, united throu...
  • Evolution Of Flight Chatterjee 1997
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    INTRODUCTION The evolution of flight in birds is recognized as the key adaptive breakthrough that contributed to the biological success of the group. The evolution of flight in birds has even contributed to the advancement of the human race; humans were inspired to try and conquer the air themselves after observing these animals. There are two main competing theories for the evolution of flight in birds: the Arboreal Hypothesis and the Cursorial Hypothesis. This essay will argue for the Arboreal...
  • University Press Marriage Chaucer Wife
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    Attitudes Of Marriage In The Cantebury Tales Attitudes Of Marriage In The Cantebury Tales Attitudes of marriage in Chaucer? s The Canterbury Tale Krupa Desai Period 3-English H IV Ms. Sad dik May 24, 1999 1 Chaucer? s The Canterbury Tales, demonstrate many different attitudes and perceptions towards marriage. Some of these ideas are very traditional, such as that illustrated in the Franklin? s Tale. On the other hand, other tales present a liberal view, such as the marriages portrayed in the Mil...