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Miami Beach Convention: A 21-Year-Old Looks at the Democrats, 1972 By Richard Grayson
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It's July 1972, four years after the tumultuous and riot-torn Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Republican Richard Nixon is seeking re-election, and a different kind of Democratic party -... More > spearheaded by young people, feminists and antiwar activists - meets in Miami Beach to nominate the populist peace candidate George McGovern. Acclaimed author and diarist Richard Grayson is 21, and he and three other college students from Brooklyn and Queens have trekked to the convention after they'd gotten Mikey, one of the group, elected as an official delegate. Grayson's diary entries, at once naive and knowing, provide a fascinating look at this seminal moment in American politics.< Less
The Dark Ages of DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM, FAKE NEWS & GNOSTICISM Are Over! By Randall Kent Maxwell
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Men cannot contend with God. So for the past 1700 years, God has hidden the fact that spiritual warfare is only between God and men 2 Thess 2:3-12. The lie perpetrated by Gnostic men is that Satan... More > was a fallen angel so that preeminent Gnostic leaders, in their ignorance could give to the world Bibles from Gnostic men. The same was done in the first age of ignorance with the Septuagint that gave to evil ignorant men the authority to crucify the Son of God 1 Cor. 2:6-8. They clung to their LXX and their lie that Satan was a fallen angel and rejected the Kingdom of Heaven and fell with Jerusalem in 70 AD; Daniel 2:44. Today, Gnostic leaders still believe that the Lord is a respecter of persons and that they have knowledge outside of the Bible. It keeps their people in line and relieves them of their responsibility of neither adding nor taking away from the Bible. These Gnostic men will protect their doctrine 3 John vs. 9; John 11:48 and prevent their own from entering the Kingdom of Heaven.< Less
Democratic Republic of the Congo Political History.and Governance By Martins Odinga
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Democratic Republic of Congo Political History. and Governance. Also Crime committed during War and other Crises, including Rape and Routing this Book has the entire details on DRC. The macroeconomic... More > environment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has improved markedly in recent years, yet the lives of most Congolese have not. According to the International Monetary Fund, from 2010-2015 real GDP growth averaged 7.3 percent, well above the Sub-Saharan African average of 4.6 percent. However, the difficult external environment and increased political uncertainty have depressed the near-term economic outlook. Economic growth is expected to fall from almost seven percent in 2015 to less than four percent in 2016-17. According to the 2015 Human Development Index, the DRC continues ranks among the poorest countries in the world (176 out of 187 countries ranked), with one of the highest rates of extreme poverty in the world. Child malnutrition is widespread, and most of the populati< Less
UNDP National Human Development Reports (NHDR) and the Use of Democratic Governance Indicators By UNDP Oslo Governance Centre
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Surveying more than 350 national human development reports, the study finds that democratic governance is receiving increasing attention.
Behind the Mirror of Lies -The Truth About the Democratic People's Republic of Korea By Dermot Hudson
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An examination of hostile propaganda against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and a refutation of it. Many anti DPRK myths are exposed in this booklet and it also shows what is behind them
Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama, Democrat 1901 - 1913 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Microfilm and original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives, along with originals from the State Archives in Montgomery were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama Democrat 1914 - 1923 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives, along with originals from the State Archives in Montgomery were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama Democrat 1924 - 1929 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives, along with originals from the State Archives in Montgomery were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama, Democrat 1930 - 1934 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama, Democrat 1935 - 1939 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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