Author: Martin S. Kramer
Publisher: Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Keywords: policy, papers, washington, institute, east, america, studies, sand, towers, failure, middle, eastern, ivory
Number of Pages: 137
Published: 2001-10-01
ISBN-10: 0944029493
ISBN-13: 9780944029497

On campuses throughout the United States, thousands of professors study and teach the Middle East. They fill the pages of journals, the shelves of libraries, and the minds of students with their paradigms, theories, and predictions. In Middle East crises, the media seek their opinions. Their enterprise is deemed a national resource: the federal government subsidizes over a dozen academic centers devoted to the Middle East. Yet for the past twenty years, Middle Eastern studies in America have been factories of error. The academics, blinded by their own prejudices and enslaved to the fashions
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Authors: William P. O’hare, Megan Reynolds,
Publisher: Diane Pub Co
Keywords: profiles, child, state, book, count, data, kids
Published: 2005-08
ISBN-10: 1422301982
ISBN-13: 9781422301982

Clearly, the issues in this year's KIDS COUNT Data Book essay represent some of the most formidable barriers facing parents who are trying to connect to the workforce. Substance abuse, domestic violence, prior incarceration, and depression can potentially paralyze even the most eager and enterprising parents and jeopardize the economic security and future of their children, but the evidence affirms--that it is possible to help these particularly vulnerable parents address and overcome these obstacles. Taking these solutions to scale, however, will require a significant commitment on the part o
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Author: Glenn D. Paige
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Keywords: science, political, global, nonkilling
Number of Pages: 268
Published: 2007-03-16
ISBN-10: 0738857440
ISBN-13: 9780738857442

This book is offered for consideration and critical reflection primarily by political science scholars throughout the world from beginning students to professors emeriti. Neither age nor erudition seems to make much difference in the prevailing assumption that killing is an inescapable part of the human condition that must be accepted in political theory and practice. It is hoped that readers will join in questioning this assumption and will contribute further stepping stones of thought and action toward a nonkilling global future.
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Author: Personal Democracy Forum
Publisher: Personal Democracy Press
Keywords: america, rebooting
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2008-09-01
ISBN-10: 0981750907
ISBN-13: 9780981750903

it’s time to reboot america. When the Framers met in Philadelphia in 1787, they bravely conjured a new form of self-government. But they couldn t have imagined a mass society with instantaneous, many-to-many communications or many of the other innovations of modernity. So, replacing that quill pen with a mouse, imagine that you have to power to redesign American democracy for the Internet Age. What would you do? This anthology offers forty-four essays, some large and sweeping, others more specific, that respond to this challenge. They are infused with the hopes of reenergizing, reorga
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