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Arguing For Economic Equality, John Baker Nov 1992

Arguing For Economic Equality, John Baker

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society - Febuary 10, 1992.


Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - November) No. 4, Maine Women's Lobby Staff Nov 1992

Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - November) No. 4, Maine Women's Lobby Staff

Maine Women's Publications - All

No abstract provided.


1992 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library Oct 1992

1992 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library

Scholars and Artists Bibliographies

This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 35 Number 1, Fall 1992, Santa Clara University Oct 1992

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 35 Number 1, Fall 1992, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

11 - SENIOR SEMINAR Elderhostel brings a different kind of student to Santa Clara. By Christine Spielberger '69

14 - DAYS RICH WITH EMPTINESS A noted Catholic writer reflects on his annual retreat to a Trappist abbey, a respite from the daily stress of getting and spending. In a related article, he discusses "The Inner Experience," an unpublished book by Thomas Merton that examines the modern contemplative lifestyle. By Mitch Finley '73

22 - WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? The image of an all -male Senate committee weighing the merits of Anita Hill 's charges against Clarence Thomas spurred a group of ...


Harlot's Ghost And Jfk: A Fictional Conservation With Norman Mailer, Oliver Stone, Earl Warren, And Hugo Black, Rodney A. Smolla Oct 1992

Harlot's Ghost And Jfk: A Fictional Conservation With Norman Mailer, Oliver Stone, Earl Warren, And Hugo Black, Rodney A. Smolla

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1993-94,Volume 88, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School Aug 1992

Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1993-94,Volume 88, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School

Bulletins of Information

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Notre Dame Law School

Honor Code

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Faculty Profiles

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The New Military Revolution: Post-Industrial Change, Antulio J. Echevarria Ii, John M. Shaw Jul 1992

The New Military Revolution: Post-Industrial Change, Antulio J. Echevarria Ii, John M. Shaw

The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 4, Summer 1992, Santa Clara University Jul 1992

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 4, Summer 1992, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

12 - SQUEEZING THE MIDDLE CLASS Gone, in the face of staggering recessionary losses, is the peace of mind that once seemed the virtual birthright of the middle class. By Elizabeth Fernandez '79

18 - A FRAGILE PEACE El Salvador shows a ravaged but hopeful face to a delegation from SCU, Stanford, and the Diocese of San Jose. By Thomas Shanks, S.J.

24 - IT TAKES TEAMWORK Facing fierce global competition, more and more U.S. companies are exploring work teams. By Lisa Agrimonti '87

28 - GIVING TO SANTA CLARA: IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY A tradition of giving and a respect ...


The Gamut: A Journal Of Ideas And Information, No. 36, Summer 1992, Cleveland State University Jul 1992

The Gamut: A Journal Of Ideas And Information, No. 36, Summer 1992, Cleveland State University

The Gamut Archives

CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 36, SUMMER, 1992

EDITORIAL

Louis T. Milic: Perks: The Other Side, 3

When political figures come under scrutiny it is usually for the wrong reasons, for juicy but venial offenses that stir gossip and envy. The real abuse of power lies not in free haircuts or bounced checks but in campaign financing.

CONTEST

Leonard Trawick: Winners of THE GAMUT Cartoon Prize, 1992, 5

Stiff Paper, 5

Through surprise, condensation, and allusion, cartoons reveal to us the foibles of our age and the rebel hidden in us all. Three prize-winning cartoons plus eight honorable mentions.

ECONOMICS

Louis ...


National Health Insurance Proposals: An Ethical Perspective, Alan O. Kogan Jun 1992

National Health Insurance Proposals: An Ethical Perspective, Alan O. Kogan

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society, January 31, 1992.


Ua12/2/2 1992 Talisman, None Jun 1992

Ua12/2/2 1992 Talisman, None

WKU Archives Records

1992 Talisman yearbook.


Lying: A Failure Of Autonomy And Self-Respect, Jane Zembaty May 1992

Lying: A Failure Of Autonomy And Self-Respect, Jane Zembaty

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society - March 19, 1992.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 3, Spring 1992, Santa Clara University Apr 1992

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 3, Spring 1992, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

12 - EAST L.A. STORY Jesuit-run Dolores Mission Alternative School is a last chance for East L.A.'s troubled teen-agers, many of whom are members of violent Latino gangs. By Rene Romo '86

20 - ONE IS TOO MANY TWO ARE NOT ENOUGH A personal account of one woman's struggle with alcohol addiction. By Lisa Agrimonti '87

24 - UP CLOSE: WITOLD KRASSOWSKI After five years in the Polish Underground Army during WW II, the founder of SCU's Sociology Department came to America and discovered teaching. His 40-year commitment to students has never waivered. By Christine Spielberger '69

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Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - April) No. 3, Maine Women's Lobby Staff Apr 1992

Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - April) No. 3, Maine Women's Lobby Staff

Maine Women's Publications - All

No abstract provided.


Being A Teacher, Of Lawyers: Discerning The Theory Of My Practice, Howard Lesnick Apr 1992

Being A Teacher, Of Lawyers: Discerning The Theory Of My Practice, Howard Lesnick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Shelter The American Way: Federal Urban Housing Policy, 1900-1980, Ronald Dale Karr Mar 1992

Shelter The American Way: Federal Urban Housing Policy, 1900-1980, Ronald Dale Karr

New England Journal of Public Policy

American urban housing policy has featured subsidies for the suburban middle class and parsimonious spending for the urban poor. The outlines of this policy took shape during the Progressive Era: acceptance of the capitalistic market economy, support for the deserving poor needing temporary help, toleration of racial segregation, and the designation of overcrowding as the single most important urban problem. Progressive housing reformers championed stricter housing codes and model tenements, but housing conditions for the urban poor showed little improvement.

The U.S. government avoided direct involvement in housing until the early 1920s, when it promoted local zoning legislation. Under ...


The Imperative To Restore Nature: Some Philosophical Questions, Lisa Newton Mar 1992

The Imperative To Restore Nature: Some Philosophical Questions, Lisa Newton

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

The purpose of WMU's Center for the Study of Ethics is to encourage and support research, teaching, and service to the university and community in areas of applied and professional ethics. These areas include, but are not restricted to: business, education, engineering, government, health and human services, law, media, medicine, science, and technology.


Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 March) No. 2, Maine Women's Lobby Staff Mar 1992

Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 March) No. 2, Maine Women's Lobby Staff

Maine Women's Publications - All

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 2, Winter 1992, Santa Clara University Jan 1992

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 2, Winter 1992, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

12 - 3 PATHS TO POLITICS Dee Dee Myers '83, Gary Serda '82, and Janet Napolitano '79 have taken three decidedly different roads to political careers. By Kathy Daile-Molle '85

18 - WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? Increasingly, people are finding themselves making several career transitions throughout their work lives. By Mike Brozda '76

22 - EL CENTRO: THE EYE OF THE STORM For San Jose's Hispanic community, this mental health clinic, whose counselors are primarily SCU grads, provides a respite from the turbulence of life in a strange culture. By Susan Frey

24 - THE MARRIAGE THAT ...


Conviction Without Imposition: A Response To Professor Greenawalt, Samuel W. Calhoun Jan 1992

Conviction Without Imposition: A Response To Professor Greenawalt, Samuel W. Calhoun

Scholarly Articles

None available.


A Critique Of Hugo Grotius's "Introduction To The Jurisprudence Of Holland", Frank Gilbert Slinkard Jan 1992

A Critique Of Hugo Grotius's "Introduction To The Jurisprudence Of Holland", Frank Gilbert Slinkard

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


The Changing Role Of Women In Ireland: A Political And Legal Perspective, Mary Kathryn Ayers Jan 1992

The Changing Role Of Women In Ireland: A Political And Legal Perspective, Mary Kathryn Ayers

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Implementing The National Policy Of Understanding, Preserving, And Safeguarding The Heritage Of Indian Peoples And Native Hawaiians: Human Rights, Sacred Objects, And Cultural Patrimony, Rennard J. Strickland Jan 1992

Implementing The National Policy Of Understanding, Preserving, And Safeguarding The Heritage Of Indian Peoples And Native Hawaiians: Human Rights, Sacred Objects, And Cultural Patrimony, Rennard J. Strickland

Rennard J. Strickland

No abstract provided.


Public Life And Hostility To Religion, Frederick Mark Gedicks Jan 1992

Public Life And Hostility To Religion, Frederick Mark Gedicks

Faculty Scholarship

Many who value the contributions of religion to American life have contended that American public life is hostile to religion. They perceive many of the Supreme Court's Religion Clause opinions as hostile to religion, and circulate anecdotes about the antireligious hostility of public life. Studies also suggest that some of the principle actors in American public life systematically marginalize religious viewpoints relative to secular ones. Nevertheless, others are baffled by the suggestion that public life discriminates against religion. These people note that religion is deeply (if controversially) involved in much of contemporary American politics, and dismiss anecdotes about such ...


"For Thus His Neglect": Grand Jury Presentments For Failure To Attend Church, York County, Virginia, 1750-1775, Leslie Michelle Kesler Jan 1992

"For Thus His Neglect": Grand Jury Presentments For Failure To Attend Church, York County, Virginia, 1750-1775, Leslie Michelle Kesler

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


State Ethical Codes And Federal Practice: Emerging Conflicts And Suggestions For Reform, Stephen B. Burbank Jan 1992

State Ethical Codes And Federal Practice: Emerging Conflicts And Suggestions For Reform, Stephen B. Burbank

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

The standards for resolving putative conflicts between federal laws are not always clear, and neither for that matter is the standard for determining what constitutes a federal law capable of superseding effect. The technique of setting federal norms of professional conduct on a decentralized basis by borrowing or incorporating state norms is increasingly troublesome to the extent that the borrowed state norms are disuniform and that they are being put to multiple remedial purposes. Federal legislation preempting state law of professional conduct is conceivable but hardly likely, particularly as the norms are pressed into duty for purposes other than professional ...


Homicide And History, Edward L. Ayers Jan 1992

Homicide And History, Edward L. Ayers

History Faculty Publications

Violence seems more threatening today than in the relatively recent past. For centuries, crime was kept out of sight. The "criminal classes" were segregated from the rest of society. Newspapers, police, and courts paid relatively little attention to crimes among the poor. Today, things are different: television news thrives on scenes of flashing lights, distraught parents, and bloody sidewalks. Police continually patrol parts of town they used to ignore. Modern transportation permits members of the "dangerous classes" to range more widely than before. As a result, the general population is far more aware of violence now than in the past.


Ua12/8 Chief News, Wku Police Jan 1992

Ua12/8 Chief News, Wku Police

WKU Archives Records

WKU Police departmental newsletter for the year 1992.


The Jurisprudence Of Jane Eyre, Anita L. Allen Jan 1992

The Jurisprudence Of Jane Eyre, Anita L. Allen

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


The Myth Of Retributive Justice, Brian Slattery Jan 1992

The Myth Of Retributive Justice, Brian Slattery

Articles & Book Chapters

In fairy tales, villains usually come to a bad end, snared in a trap of their own making, or visited with a disaster nicely suited to their particular villainy. Read a story of this kind to children and you will be struck by the profound satisfaction with which this predictable of events is greeted. Yet, if children cheer when the villain is done in, they are just as satisfied when the hero manages to get the villain by the throat but takes pity and spares him. These tales of retribution and mercy, even reduced to their barest bones, seem to ...