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Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Mallaun Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
Race and the Death Penalty: A Study By Susan Gilleland
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An in-depth study on the impact of race on capital sentencing. Implications for the constitutionality of this punishment are also explored.
The Alchemy of Race and Rights Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Alchemy of Race and Rights Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The Alchemy of Race and Rights by Patricia J. Williams. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter... More > Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The Alchemy of Race and Rights.< Less
Racing with a Boly By Nico Dugo
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After studying Leo Lionni’s writing craft, students delved into a huge writing project, one that would take them through the entire writing process and result in an “official”... More > published work. This has been a very ambitious endeavor and extremely rewarding. Ms. Dombeck (Carter’s mom) and Ms. Bradley (Ana’s mom) have played a crucial role as we have collaborated to make this a successful aspiration for our kids.< Less
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The Next Arms Race (Enlarged Edition) By Henry D. Sokolski, U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute
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With most of the world’s advanced economies now stuck in recession; Western support for defense cuts and nuclear disarmament increasing; and a major emerging Asian power at odds with its... More > neighbors and the United States; it is tempting to think our times are about to rhyme with a decade of similar woes—the disorderly 1930s. Might we again be drifting toward some new form of mortal national combat? Or, will our future more likely ape the near-half-century that defined the Cold War—a period in which tensions between competing states ebbed and flowed but peace mostly prevailed by dint of nuclear mutual fear and loathing? The short answer is, nobody knows. This much, however, is clear: The strategic military competitions of the next 2 decades will be unlike any the world has yet seen.< Less
The Fair Race's Darkest Hour By César Tort (Editor)
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A catechism of racial thought, the history of the white race (including ancient Sparta), nordicism, National Socialism; and criticisms of ethno-suicidal materialism and Christian ethics, the Jewish... More > question and the accepted narrative of the Second World War. A compilation from many of the foremost thinkers on race and western politics, and some internet commentators. Edited and commentated upon by César Tort.< Less
The Army And Defense Resource Allocation: The Bronze Medal Ain’t Good Enough In A Three-Man Race By Tim Flanagan, Strategic Studies Institute
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This paper examines the current state of the Army’s funding in relation to its needs as well as in relation to its historical proportion of the Department of Defense (DoD) budget. DoD has... More > traditionally allocated the Army approximately a quarter of the overall DoD budget, while the Navy and Air Force have received greater than 30 percent. These figures are roughly the same whether looking at the Reagan, Clinton, or either of the Bush Presidencies. Despite the heavy lifting done by the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 Budget request had the Army getting about 25 percent while the Navy and Air Force receive slightly less than 30 percent each. The FY2008 request submitted to Congress in February 2007 moved that mark to 27 percent for the Army, 28 percent for the Air Force, 29 percent for the Navy/Marine Corps, and 16 percent for other DoD programs. These overall percentages do not vary by more than 2 percent of the historical average over the last 30 years.< Less
Can The White Race Survive? By James Denson Sayers
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A pioneering investigator into the racial origins of ancient civilizations, Sayers believed that there were only three original races—white, black, and yellow—and that all peoples on... More > earth were either from those three groups or mixtures thereof. Sayers argued all ancient civilizations had disappeared through racial amalgamation. He studies the ancient civilizations of India, Egypt, the Far East, the Middle East, and ancient North and South America, and then moves on to discuss the racial histories of Europe and modern America. His conclusion is that the white race could only be saved if it realized that it was one people, not many nations. In addition, he wrote, all the nonwhite or mixed races had to be physically separated from the whites and sent back to their original homelands. Although significant parts of Sayers’ book have since been conclusively disproven by the advent of the science of genetics his pioneering work in studying the racial origins of ancient civilizations are still worth reading.< Less