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Arkansas Politics And The Code Duello, Vincent C. Henderson Ii Jan 1974

Arkansas Politics And The Code Duello, Vincent C. Henderson Ii

Honors Theses

Many methods have been found by which two men may solve a dispute between them. The methods can be broadly divided as either violent or nonviolent. Among the violent methods, dueling was considered in the nineteenth century in Arkansas as a proper means of solving disputes concerning politics, honor, and family, as well as trivial matters.

Dueling was not common in Arkansas alone. People practiced it in many states. By 1819 dueling had become a Southern institution. As an institution, dueling had certain rules and regulations. Several books were published on the subject. Among these were An Essay on the ...


Anarchism: The Political Philosophy Of Hermann Hesse, Alan N. Canton Jan 1974

Anarchism: The Political Philosophy Of Hermann Hesse, Alan N. Canton

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


The Illinois Populists: Radical Politics At The Township Level, 1892, David Merle Holford Jan 1974

The Illinois Populists: Radical Politics At The Township Level, 1892, David Merle Holford

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Women In The Political Elite, Lois M. Guymon Jan 1974

Women In The Political Elite, Lois M. Guymon

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


The United States And The Spd, 1945-1949: An Examination Of Policies And Attitudes, Bruce L. Berry Jan 1974

The United States And The Spd, 1945-1949: An Examination Of Policies And Attitudes, Bruce L. Berry

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Lawrence Yates Sherman: United States Senator From Illinois, 1913-1921, Jerome Bentley Holstein Jan 1974

Lawrence Yates Sherman: United States Senator From Illinois, 1913-1921, Jerome Bentley Holstein

Masters Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to consider the political career of Lawrence Yates Sherman. Sherman, who served as United States Senator from Illinois, 1913-1921, was a colorful individual in Congress during one of the Republic's more turbulent periods. As a United States Senator, Sherman dealt with many vital issues. However, Senator Sherman is best-known for his "irreconcilable" position on the question of ratification of the Treaty of the League of Nations.

Actually, Sherman's political career was much more extensive than merely opposition to the League of Nations. Sherman was the "favorite-son" candidate of Illinois for the nomination ...


The Influence Of Henry Clay Upon Abraham Lincoln Regarding Lines Of Argument On The Slavery Issue, Kenneth E. Aubens Jan 1974

The Influence Of Henry Clay Upon Abraham Lincoln Regarding Lines Of Argument On The Slavery Issue, Kenneth E. Aubens

Masters Theses

The purpose of this study was: To discover the influence of Henry Clay upon Abraham Lincoln regarding lines of argument on the slavery issue. The method of procedure entailed the following: gathering all available materials related to the problem; organizing the gathered materials into the headings of Henry Clay on the slavery issue; Abraham Lincoln on the slavery issue; and Abraham Lincoln's acknowledgements to Henry Clay on the slavery issue; analyzing the materials according to support for previous writings; contradiction of previous writings; and supplement to previous writings; reporting the findings of the study; and summarizing the findings leading ...


A Structured Analysis Of Ostpolitik: A Paradigm Of A Systems Approach, James E. Getz Jan 1974

A Structured Analysis Of Ostpolitik: A Paradigm Of A Systems Approach, James E. Getz

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.