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Congressional Receptivity To The Nixon Rationality On Drug Abuse Prevention, John D. Adriance Dec 1976

Congressional Receptivity To The Nixon Rationality On Drug Abuse Prevention, John D. Adriance

Master's Theses

In 1972 the Congress of the United States enacted the Drug Abuse Office and Treatment Act (D.A.O.T.A). The passage of this bill marked the first time in the 20th Century that the federal government had produced major legislation that would deal with drug abuse as a disease instead of a crime. Likewise, the enactment and signing of D.A.O.T.A. meant that Richard Nixon would be the first American President to have an executive office which would be charged with the mission of supervising our national effort against drug abuse. (These changes appeared on ...


Powerlessness In America The Underdeveloped Homo-Faber Negro, Glenn Edward Gibson Dec 1976

Powerlessness In America The Underdeveloped Homo-Faber Negro, Glenn Edward Gibson

Master's Theses

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Dispersal And Confinement: Strategies Of Gerrymandering In Chicago, Charles R. Catania Jan 1976

Dispersal And Confinement: Strategies Of Gerrymandering In Chicago, Charles R. Catania

Master's Theses

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Plato's Notion Of Justice In The Republic: Its Authoritarianism Frustrates Happiness, Robert Tarsitano Jan 1976

Plato's Notion Of Justice In The Republic: Its Authoritarianism Frustrates Happiness, Robert Tarsitano

Master's Theses

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