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Community Involvement the Avanti Law Group By Kirby Meade
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Our attorneys and staff donate a significant amount of time to public issues, civic leadership, and representation of those that could not otherwise afford legal representation. We work hard to... More > improve the quality of life of our clients, our community and our families.< Less
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Space Faring Civilizations - Earth Humanity's Ongoing Involvement with Extraterrestrials By Eric Franz
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Unlike other books about UFOs, Space Faring Civilizations is largely devoted to what has been revealed about advanced extraterrestrial life and its ongoing association with terrestrial humanity per... More > disclosures provided by reputable government insiders, contactees, and a host of other mainstream scientists and engineers who have dedicated themselves to the study of this controversial field. What has been divulged by various government whistle blowers is that our military is cognizant of literally dozens of different races of advanced beings. The Apollo astronauts saw and photographed the remnants of ancient civilizations on the far side of the moon, recovered alien craft have been reverse engineered, and a black ops scientist describes his exposure to technology given to us by an alien society. Despite the skepticism of the general public, advanced beings from other worlds have been involved with Earth and our species for a very long time.< Less
Oregon Notary Public Guide By Oregon Secretary of State
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Welcome to the State of Oregon Notary Public Guide. This publication describes the duties and responsibilities involved in carrying out your notarial commission. It covers laws and rules, Attorney... More > General’s opinions, state policy, and common sense guidelines based on broad experience and familiarity with case law. It is your responsibility as a notary public to understand and carry out the laws and administrative rules of the State of Oregon as they relate to notaries. Failure to follow these laws could leave you liable to recovery of damages and subject to fines and other penalties. Familiarity with the Notary Public Guide will reduce that risk. No matter how much this guide covers, it will always miss some situation or special need you and your client may encounter.< Less
Managing Personnel in the Public Sector By Dr. Augustine Eneanya
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About the Book: Managing personnel in the public sector focuses on people management in the public service. It discusses extensively the principles and activities involved in ministries, extra... More > ministerial Department levels. The aim is to bring to practitioners and students of public Administration the theories and applications in managing people at the public sector. The book would therefore, be of tremendous benefit to students at undergraduate and post graduate levels in tertiary institutions, Agencies, Career civil servants, researchers, consultants, general public, Political and administrative practitioners. It would also contribute to the existing literature on public personnel administration. This book will give you insight on how best public sector employees are managed.< Less
Ethics of Exterminating for Public Health By Pre-Eminant Ndlovu
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This book argues for the extermination of entire populations within infected areas following a utilitarian approach to protect lives of those in non-infected areas during CODE-RED. CODE-RED is a... More > hypothetical public health situation involving an outbreak of a highly virulent and extremely infectious pandemic, when quarantine is deemed ineffective, there is no vaccine, prophylaxis or cure available and exterminating the ‘infected population’ (Redzonians) is the only viable solution. The question of extermination is sensitive, controversial and emotive, requiring an impartial and impersonal approach to facilitate necessary but agonising decision making. On the question of justice and rights, it explores the principle of self-defence as justification for extermination, taking into account that the Redzonians are not responsible for the contagion and the Variants (the uninfected within the ‘infected’ zones) are innocent bystanders.< Less
Ethics of Exterminating for Public Health By Pre-Eminant Ndlovu
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This book argues for the extermination of entire populations within infected areas following a utilitarian approach to protect lives of those in non-infected areas during CODE-RED. CODE-RED is a... More > hypothetical public health situation involving an outbreak of a highly virulent and extremely infectious pandemic, when quarantine is deemed ineffective, there is no vaccine, prophylaxis or cure available and exterminating the ‘infected population’ (Redzonians) is the only viable solution. The question of extermination is sensitive, controversial and emotive, requiring an impartial and impersonal approach to facilitate necessary but agonising decision making. On the question of justice and rights, it explores the principle of self-defence as justification for extermination, taking into account that the Redzonians are not responsible for the contagion and the Variants (the uninfected within the ‘infected’ zones) are innocent bystanders.< Less
The Great Steel Strike and Its Lessons: The American Strike of 1919, its Causes and the Labor Unions Involved (Hardcover) By William Z. Foster
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Trade unionist and Marxist politician William Z. Foster explains the organization and failure of the steel strike in 1919, an action which saw much of America’s metal industry grind to a... More > halt. The metal industries had, owing to great leaps in technological advancement, shed many jobs during the early 20th century. This precarious situation, plus the fact that unions had been curbed after a number of violent actions in the 1890s, led to the situation of laborers becoming unbearable. Shortly after Armistice Day marked the end of World War I, a surge of discontentment was accompanied by organization of labor and strike action. Although successful for a number of weeks, to the point where President Woodrow Wilson had to intervene and placate the workers on strike, the owners of the mills mounted an effective campaign which eroded public support for the strikers. Police brutality against striking steelworkers was recorded, with several such incidents being unprovoked.< Less
The Great Steel Strike and Its Lessons: The American Strike of 1919, its Causes and the Labor Unions Involved By William Z. Foster
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Trade unionist and Marxist politician William Z. Foster explains the organization and failure of the steel strike in 1919, an action which saw much of America’s metal industry grind to a... More > halt. The metal industries had, owing to great leaps in technological advancement, shed many jobs during the early 20th century. This precarious situation, plus the fact that unions had been curbed after a number of violent actions in the 1890s, led to the situation of laborers becoming unbearable. Shortly after Armistice Day marked the end of World War I, a surge of discontentment was accompanied by organization of labor and strike action. Although successful for a number of weeks, to the point where President Woodrow Wilson had to intervene and placate the workers on strike, the owners of the mills mounted an effective campaign which eroded public support for the strikers. Police brutality against striking steelworkers was recorded, with several such incidents being unprovoked.< Less
Public Art as a Catalyst for Sustainable Development By Daniel Kraus
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Creating Sustainable Places: A Regional Plan for Sustainable Development in Greater Kansas City was created as a shared regional vision, anticipating a 35 percent population increase in 30 years. The... More > Rock Island Corridor extends from Downtown Kansas City, MO to Pleasant Hill, MO planned as an alternative transit amenity. Reactivating the rail corridor suggests the communities will require a true collaboration to develop the proposed commuter rail stations as destinations. Proposing collaborative design process guidelines will direct the communities and interdisciplinary professionals, including artists, in creating a destination for the community, the corridor, and Kansas City. Incorporating public art in the collaborative process will encourage community involvement, potentially fostering a greater sense of ownership in the gateway and personal investment in the community. Engaging the residents establishes a foundation for a sustainable community capable of developing socially and economically over time.< Less

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