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Parenting Children for Social Justice and Equality By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this short Tract Book, Anthony J. Fejfar discusses techniques which promote social justice and equality modes of thinking in toddlers and small children.
Parenting Children for Social Justice and Equality By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this short Tract Book, Anthony J. Fejfar discusses techniques which promote social justice and equality modes of thinking in toddlers and small children.
Equal Partners By Roland Ezri
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One of the most vexing problems of the last 25 years is the fact that despite the great progress made by Western women, they occupy very few top political and corporate posts. 13% of the members of... More > the House of Representatives, and 13% of corporate officers are women. How then can women share in the leadership and be able to shape the society that they live in? What women have accomplished so far is the first stage only. There is a need for a new approach, a second stage, in which women use the awesome power they possess. They have 50% of the vote and 85% of all retail purchases are made by them. In stage two, we need to consider three questions: Why should women seek political and economic equality? What is standing in their way (in other words, why haven’t they done so decades ago)? Finally, how to go about it?< Less
Equal Partners By Roland Ezri
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One of the most vexing problems of the last 25 years is the fact that despite the great progress made by Western women, they occupy very few top political and corporate posts. 13% of the members of... More > the House of Representatives, and 13% of corporate officers are women. How then can women share in the leadership and be able to shape the society that they live in? What women have accomplished so far is the first stage only. There is a need for a new approach, a second stage, in which women use the awesome power they possess. They have 50% of the vote and 85% of all retail purchases are made by them. In stage two, we need to consider three questions: Why should women seek political and economic equality? What is standing in their way (in other words, why haven’t they done so decades ago)? Finally, how to go about it?< Less
Voices for Equality By 12th Grade Students Westchester Square Acaedmy
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This anthology features texts written by students at Westchester Square Academy. It contains a variety of genres, united by the theme of social justice!
The Myth of Equality By John O'Loughlin
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'The Myth of Equality' opens up the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism in relation to the connection between culture and race as they, in turn, are conditioned by environment, and... More > further extends the basic gender-conditioned distinction between nature and nurture (or psychic artifice) to include the effects of nature upon psyche and of psyche, conversely, upon nature or, as I would now say, soma. All in all, this book debunks simple equalitarian reductionism, whether of the humanistic or non-humanistic varieties, and shows that there is a whole lot more at stake than might at first meet the eye, especially when that eye has been blinkered, as it were, by social conditioning not unrelated to ethnic factors.< Less
Is Partnership Equal - 2012 By M. Wade Jackson
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Throughout the Western World there is discussion, legislation, and contemplation as to what to do about non-heterosexual relationships. In some societies these relationships are banned, in some... More > societies they are ignored and in some they are subject to laws with varying degrees of significance. In the United Kingdom the Civil Partnership Act 2004 (CPA) was enacted to establish a new form of legally recognized union called “civil partnership”. In this investigation into the possible social harm resulting from the creation of a separate but equal system the relevant case law, statues, and literature are analyzed. Utilizing a web-survey (n=407) the impact of the CPA and the effect on the citizens of England and Wales is investigated. The unique attribute of the United Kingdom is that Parliament is supreme therefore an investigation of the constitutionality of the CPA is moot. By using a social harm analysis this research shows the presence of social harm resulting from the denial of universal marriage.< Less
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity By James Fitzjames Stephen
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James Fitzjames Stephens argues against the philosophical and social views advanced by John Stuart Mill: for the author, Mill’s ideas of equality, utilitarianism and freedom were anathema. The... More > attitudes expressed by Stephens were unpopular at the time of publication: his arguments against the notions of democracy and freedom are rooted in traditionalism, in a time of great – and arguably irreversible - upheaval. Many of the criticisms against liberty, in particular its deleterious potential upon morals, accurately predict the liberalization of Western societies during the 20th century. Stephens other opinions, such as his opposition to women’s rights, have been firmly consigned to history. While Stephens, and other thinkers like him, would fall out of favor, this work provides a stunning summation of contrarian arguments. Stephens was a conservatively-minded member of the British judiciary whose views closely correspond with elements of old-fashioned Toryism.< Less
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity (Hardcover) By James Fitzjames Stephen
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James Fitzjames Stephens argues against the philosophical and social views advanced by John Stuart Mill: for the author, Mill’s ideas of equality, utilitarianism and freedom were anathema. The... More > attitudes expressed by Stephens were unpopular at the time of publication: his arguments against the notions of democracy and freedom are rooted in traditionalism, in a time of great – and arguably irreversible - upheaval. Many of the criticisms against liberty, in particular its deleterious potential upon morals, accurately predict the liberalization of Western societies during the 20th century. Stephens other opinions, such as his opposition to women’s rights, have been firmly consigned to history. While Stephens, and other thinkers like him, would fall out of favor, this work provides a stunning summation of contrarian arguments. Stephens was a conservatively-minded member of the British judiciary whose views closely correspond with elements of old-fashioned Toryism.< Less
Nature and Ethnic Equality By Charles Prudhomme
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Quite some time ago I was scrutinized for wearing a patch on my vest that said “white pride,” and for this patch, I made local news sources - a bit of an over-zealous reaction for a 31... More > year old mechanic that lives alone with an obese cat. This let me know that I was important, or at least that other people finally felt important for hating me. So I decided to sit down and write what I actually think about race, it obviously had very strong sentiments in society if somebody like me could be important enough be made infamous for the purpose of giving others the title of “anti-racist.” This was definitely more than the narcissism of a subcultural community to prove itself; this topic was a passion strong enough to do anything, ridiculous or not, to become socially renowned or an ally to an over-staid cause, by any means necessary. This is that essay, it is ultimately my thoughts on race and why i believe they are different and possess a variety of values and shortcomings, something i do not believe to be racist.< Less