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Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal, Vol. I Nuremburg 14 November 1945-1 October 1946: Vol. I By Various
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The Constitution in Peril: The Perpetual Growth of the Imperial Presidency During Wartime and the Subversion of Constitutional Checks and Balances By Steven Morris
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This thesis examines the exponential increase in the power of the presidency during wartime from the time of the Founding Fathers up until the beginning of the Obama administration. It focuses on the... More > ways in which our Nation's wartime presidents have marginalized the role of Congress and the judiciary during foreign conflicts. The first half of this work analyzes the actions of wartime presidents from a historical context, which is supplemented in the second half by an in-depth comparative discussion of the actions taken by the Bush administration during the War on Terror. This work concludes by recommending detailed courses of action to be pursued by future presidents in order to restore the fundamental maxim of checks and balances.< Less
The Constitution in Peril: The Perpetual Growth of the Imperial Presidency During Wartime and the Subversion of Constitutional Checks and Balances By Steven Morris
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This thesis examines the exponential increase in the power of the presidency during wartime from the time of the Founding Fathers up until the beginning of the Obama administration. It focuses on the... More > ways in which our Nation's wartime presidents have marginalized the role of Congress and the judiciary during foreign conflicts. The first half of this work analyzes the actions of wartime presidents from a historical context, which is supplemented in the second half by an in-depth comparative discussion of the actions taken by the Bush administration during the War on Terror. This work concludes by recommending detailed courses of action to be pursued by future presidents in order to restore the fundamental maxim of checks and balances.< Less
Speaking Out! Reflections on Law, Liberty and Justice By Geoffrey Stone
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Speaking Out! is a compilation of constitutional law professor Geoffrey R. Stone's op-eds and blog posts addressing a range of controversial issues, including government-authorized torture,... More > electronic surveillance, military tribunals, religion and the law, same-sex marriage, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, Supreme Court nominations and confirmations, and the role and responsibilities of the Supreme Court in our democratic society.< Less
Speaking Out! Reflections on Law, Liberty and Justice By Geoffrey Stone
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Speaking Out! is a compilation of constitutional law professor Geoffrey R. Stone's op-eds and blog posts addressing a range of controversial issues, including government-authorized torture,... More > electronic surveillance, military tribunals, religion and the law, same-sex marriage, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, Supreme Court nominations and confirmations, and the role and responsibilities of the Supreme Court in our democratic society.< Less
From Nuremberg to Nineveh By Mark Turley
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The early 21st century is a time of uncertainty. The American led global order, which rose from the ashes of World War Two, is beginning to crumble. With Russia, China and the European Union all... More > threatening American domination, upheaval, in some form, is certain. Conflict is inevitable. In 'From Nuremberg to Nineveh', Mark Turley goes back to the launch-pad of the American era, the Nuremberg Trial, in which the great evil of Nazism was defeated, the ideals of Liberal democracy were championed and political correctness was born. Stripping away the layers of propaganda, this thorough analysis provides a fresh interpretation of what the trial really meant and the purposes it served. Utilising standard sources, as well as those purposely ignored by mainstream history, conclusions are reached that are both controversial and significant. The result is not only a rethink of the Nazi epoch, but an up-to-date expose of the motivations behind current world affairs.< Less
From Nuremberg to Nineveh By Mark Turley
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The early 21st century is a time of uncertainty. The American led global order, which rose from the ashes of World War Two, is beginning to crumble. With Russia, China and the European Union all... More > threatening American domination, upheaval, in some form, is certain. Conflict is inevitable. In 'From Nuremberg to Nineveh', Mark Turley goes back to the launch-pad of the American era, the Nuremberg Trial, in which the great evil of Nazism was defeated, the ideals of Liberal democracy were championed and political correctness was born. Stripping away the layers of propaganda, this thorough analysis provides a fresh interpretation of what the trial really meant and the purposes it served. Utilising standard sources, as well as those purposely ignored by mainstream history, conclusions are reached that are both controversial and significant. The result is not only a rethink of the Nazi epoch, but an up-to-date expose of the motivations behind current world affairs.< Less
Just Outside of Hope By Ron Kearse
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The journey, which began in Road Without End, continues with the stories of two more men. It is now September 1980 and ex-Lieutenant Jim Whitelaw is tangled up in bed sheets wrestling with his... More > tangled past. He’s dealing with the guilt he feels from the fall out of a military tribunal, and lingering family issues make things worse. Just as he feels he’s getting his life together, cracks appear once more and he has to make some serious decisions. This sequel, Just Outside of Hope, moves through the early years of the 80’s, from the Prairies to the pubs, bathhouses and nude beaches of Vancouver, British Columbia. These are two more stories in the continuing series of the lives of the gay men that lived through the most exhilarating and terrifying times Just Outside of Hope.< Less
Just Outside of Hope By Ron Kearse
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The journey, which began in Road Without End, continues with the stories of two more men. It is now September 1980 and ex-Lieutenant Jim Whitelaw is tangled up in bed sheets wrestling with his... More > tangled past. He’s dealing with the guilt he feels from the fall out of a military tribunal, and lingering family issues make things worse. Just as he feels he’s getting his life together, cracks appear once more and he has to make some serious decisions. This sequel, Just Outside of Hope, moves through the early years of the 80’s, from the Prairies to the pubs, bathhouses and nude beaches of Vancouver, British Columbia. These are two more stories in the continuing series of the lives of the gay men that lived through the most exhilarating and terrifying times Just Outside of Hope.< Less
To Honour By Patricia Hamilton
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Described as “Scotland’s own “Saving Private Ryan” of World War 1, this is a moving account of a Scottish family caught up in what was then called the Great War of 1914-1918.... More > Based on fact, it is a story never told before. At a time when the world is looking back, one hundred years later, at some of the worst battles, and re-living memories of the Great War, this story reveals the consequences for one family caught up in its tragic events. In 2010, the National Archives of Scotland, (now called the National Records of Scotland), released details of the thousands of applicants who appeared before the Lothian and Peebles Military Appeal Tribunal against service overseas. Frank Hamilton Cowie’s case was one of them, and considered by the 2010 National Records Office to be so extraordinary that an internet appeal was established, to find out what happened to Frank Cowie.< Less