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Western Michigan University

1974

Theses/Dissertations

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Full-Text Articles in Political Science

An Analysis Of Power And Influence Patterns On The Michigan Supreme Court 1968-1973, Thomas R. Radecki Dec 1974

An Analysis Of Power And Influence Patterns On The Michigan Supreme Court 1968-1973, Thomas R. Radecki

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The German Social Democratic Party, 1949-1953: An Analysis Of Schumacher's Bid For Mass Support, Robert L. Gaddis Aug 1974

The German Social Democratic Party, 1949-1953: An Analysis Of Schumacher's Bid For Mass Support, Robert L. Gaddis

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of The Ostpolitik On The Opposing Bloc Systems In Europe, Thomas C. Mericle Aug 1974

The Effect Of The Ostpolitik On The Opposing Bloc Systems In Europe, Thomas C. Mericle

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Systemic Adaptation: Can The Soviet System Accommodate The “Democratic Movement”?, Phillip A. Petersen Aug 1974

Systemic Adaptation: Can The Soviet System Accommodate The “Democratic Movement”?, Phillip A. Petersen

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Alliance Party And The Process Of Political Integration In Malaysia, Etty Zainab Ibrahim Aug 1974

The Alliance Party And The Process Of Political Integration In Malaysia, Etty Zainab Ibrahim

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


United States Foreign Policy In The Middle East With Reference To Zionism, 1945 To Mid-1973, Elizabeth Ann Ishak Aug 1974

United States Foreign Policy In The Middle East With Reference To Zionism, 1945 To Mid-1973, Elizabeth Ann Ishak

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Hirabayashi And Korematsu: The Stone Court's Double-Edged Sword, Thomas Seilheimer Jan 1974

Hirabayashi And Korematsu: The Stone Court's Double-Edged Sword, Thomas Seilheimer

Honors Theses

Law, as a fixed or immutable device for civilized social intercourse, is a myth. All too often the law has been construed in capital letters, and little has it been realized or remembered that the law has been written by people and interpreted by people. Rather than the rigidity and permanence of steel and stone, the law expounded by the Supreme Court has been more like clay. Case upon case, decision after decision, the law of the Court has been constantly re-molded and re-defined to meet the ever-changing needs of society, and to protect the personal freedoms of American citizens.