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In this book, Seth Kotch recounts the history of the death penalty in North Carolina from its colonial origins to the present.
The state from books.google.com
In Unmasking the State, Mike McGovern attempts to understand why this program was so important to the emerging state and examines the complex role it had in creating a unified national identity.
The state from books.google.com
Turning away from abstract, metaphysical questions about what the state is, or schematic models of how it must work, these essays focus instead on the more pragmatic, historical question of what it does.
The state from books.google.com
This book examines the development of the theory and practice of constitutionalism, defined as a political system in which the coercive power of the state is controlled through a pluralistic distribution of political power.
The state from books.google.com
This volume is particularly timely at a moment when national governments in many parts of the world must face the adoption of more equitable forms of rule to hold their ethnically diverse societies together.
The state from books.google.com
This book marks a powerful contribution to a new and more realistic assessment of women’s dual role in the state and the economy which should be read by all those concerned with the development of women’s issues and with women’s ...
The state from books.google.com
A reprint of Maritain's classic reflection on social and political issues.
The state from books.google.com
In this book, Gaby Thomson-Wohlgemuth explores the effects of ideology on the English-to-German translation of children’s literature under the socialist regime of the former German Democratic Republic.
The state from books.google.com
"The Union of The State" is the uncensored story of the most influential and prolific comedy troupe of the last twenty-five years - and a unique tale in show business.
The state from books.google.com
Despite these noble objectives, performance measurement can also generate counterproductive and sometimes paradoxical outcomes. This book innovatively conceptualises performance measurement as a ‘policy instrument’.