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The Growth Of Home Schooling, Steven Alan Samson Apr 1989

The Growth Of Home Schooling, Steven Alan Samson

Steven Alan Samson

We would do well to remember that a series of sixteenth century Reformations were launched with the aid of the fifteenth century printing press. We may be witnessing much the same today. The keynote in home schooling circles is a can-do attitude that seeks to instill the character that once built America and to raise a new generation to rebuild the shattered foundations of western civilization.


Review Of Angela Davis, Women, Culture, And Politics, Barbara Johnstone Apr 1989

Review Of Angela Davis, Women, Culture, And Politics, Barbara Johnstone

Barbara Johnstone

No abstract provided.


Resources—Politics And Resources For Economics, Steven Alan Samson Feb 1989

Resources—Politics And Resources For Economics, Steven Alan Samson

Steven Alan Samson

A distinctly Christian literature on politics and economics emerged in the post-war years and has multiplied during the past decade. A key role in this development was played by Dr. Howard Kershner, who launched the Christian Freedom Foundation in 1950 and edited Christian Economics during most of its 25 years of publication. Other outlets, not avowedly Christian but founded in the same decade, include The Freeman, National Review, and Intercollegiate Review. These excellent sources of political and economic commentary continue to have a place of importance in conservative circles.


Religion, Utility And Politics: Bentham Versus Paley, James E. Crimmins Jan 1989

Religion, Utility And Politics: Bentham Versus Paley, James E. Crimmins

James E Crimmins

No abstract provided.


Ideas, Intellectuals And Social Democracy In Canada, Neil Bradford Dec 1988

Ideas, Intellectuals And Social Democracy In Canada, Neil Bradford

Neil Bradford

No abstract provided.


“Membership Without Citizenship: The Economic And Social Rights Of Noncitizens, Rogers Brubaker Dec 1988

“Membership Without Citizenship: The Economic And Social Rights Of Noncitizens, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

No abstract provided.


The French Revolution And The Invention Of Citizenship, Rogers Brubaker Dec 1988

The French Revolution And The Invention Of Citizenship, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

No abstract provided.


What Went Wrong? Explaining Canadian Industrialization, Neil Bradford, G. Williams Dec 1988

What Went Wrong? Explaining Canadian Industrialization, Neil Bradford, G. Williams

Neil Bradford

No abstract provided.


In The Shadow Of The Constitutional Council: The ‘Juridicisation’ Of The Legislative Process In France., Alec Stone Sweet Dec 1988

In The Shadow Of The Constitutional Council: The ‘Juridicisation’ Of The Legislative Process In France., Alec Stone Sweet

Alec Stone Sweet

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Are Constitutional Cases Political?, Brian Slattery Dec 1988

Are Constitutional Cases Political?, Brian Slattery

Brian Slattery

To argue that constitutional adjudication is political does not carry us very far unless we go on to specify what the pursuit of politics entails, the goals it seeks to attain, and the basic principles informing its practice. The word political has no clearly defined meaning in modern usage. Rather, it has the chameleon-like capacity to change colours so as to blend with a variety of different conceptual backgrounds. Of course, if we adopt an Aristotelian notion of politics as the pursuit of the common good of a community and the individual goods of its members, we can agree that ...