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Author: Kristina A. BentleyRoger Southall
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: process, peace, african
Number of Pages: 216
Published: 2005-11-12
ISBN-10: 0796920907
ISBN-13: 9780796920904

An African Peace Process outlines the origins and nature of the conflict in Burundi, discusses the problems of establishing democracy in a region where ethnic conflict has occasioned genocide, traces the peace process in detail and assesses the prospects for the future. The work seeks to illuminate the role played by South Africa since 1999, when Nelson Mandela was invited to serve as mediator between the warring parties. South African diplomacy was subsequently central to highly complex negotiations to bring this war to an end, while South African troops in Burundi played a major role in stab

Authors: Will Marshall, Mark Ribbing,
Publisher: Progressive Policy Insitute
Keywords: president, new, memos
Number of Pages: 233
Published: 2010-06-01
eBookDB-ID: B001R6L38E

Foreword Will Marshall and Mark Ribbing Mr. President, your election was a testament to our country’s amazing capacities for self-correction and reinvention. Those national qualities have manifested themselves not a moment too soon. With our country mired in war and a worsening economic crisis, Americans across the political spectrum sense that hyperpartisan grandstanding is a luxury they can no longer afford. They seek a new era of competence and comity, in which our people reach across old divides to find new solutions to the urgent challenges of our time. The purpose of this boo

Author: Linda RichterRobert Morrell
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: baba
Number of Pages: 416
Published: 2006-01-02
ISBN-10: 0796920966
ISBN-13: 9780796920966

Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa provides answers to some of the most difficult questions about fatherhood in South Africa: Who is a father? What does it mean to be a father? Is it important for fathers to do more for children in a world that assumes that mothers take the primary parenting role? Do different people understand fatherhood in different ways? What evidence is there of new fatherhood styles emerging in South Africa?Authors from a range of backgrounds and disciplines break new ground as they explore the centrality of fatherhood in the lives of men and in the experiences of c

Author: Irwin Schiff
Publisher: Freedom Book
Keywords: tax, illegally, enforced, paying, immediately, hoax, income, stop
Number of Pages: 301
Published: 1985-03-01
ISBN-10: 0930374053
ISBN-13: 9780930374051

Laws are the whitewash that governments use to disguise the ugly fact that they steal money from productive people, then use it to control how they live their lives. Being merely one-sided contracts, laws have no moral validity whatsoever; but eight generations of government schooling have conned Americans into supposing that they are magic, to be held in respect and awe. Accordingly, if there is a tax law, most people tend to obey it. In this masterpiece, perhaps the most important book he ever wrote, Irwin Schiff shows that there is no such thing; how even that veneer of respectability fa
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