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Fascism-lite in America (or The Social Ideal of Donald Trump)

, said a concerted effort to push their ‘side’ of the argument had to begin in public education, and journalism where news-stand literature was “advocating everything from revolution to erotic free love”. Powell also urged concerted action in the courts. As he put it, it is essential that spokesmen for the enterprise system -- at all levels and at every opportunity -- be far more aggressive than in the past.... There should not be the slightest hesitation to press vigorously in all political arenas for support of the enterprise system. Nor should there be reluctance

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Adventures in Higher Education, Happiness, And Mindfulness

is crucial to emphasize this research finds a correlation, and not a causal link, between thriving and favorable gene expression. Dan Pouliot, Mind Over Genetics, and Inaccuracy in Journalism , Sept. 28, 2013, available at Also, older adults who practice mindfulness are less lonely and have less pro-inflammatory gene expression. J. David Creswell et al., Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Training Reduces Loneliness and Pro-Inflammatory Gene Expression in Older Adults: A

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Posner’s Folly: The End of Legal Pragmatism and Coercion’s Clarity

certain professional areas, especially those in which these qualities are often actively sought such as politics, propaganda (often euphemistically called journalism), and legal argument. “More importantly, the nonessentialist view is consistent with a great deal of research in contemporary and not-so-contemporary cognitive science. People simply do not think and use concepts in terms of essences or necessary and sufficient conditions.” Frederick Schauer, The Best Laid Plans , 120 Yale L. J. 586–621, 617 (2010). Some incoherence is often acceptable for everyday and

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“To Promote the General Welfare”: Addressing Political Corruption in America

-by-state level could include those considered here. I Watchdogs and whistleblowers The growth of the Internet has greatly reduced the cost of communicating specialized information to large audiences. One result has been the creation of numerous “watchdog” organizations, both partisan and nonpartisan, publicizing lapses by legislators and agencies. The category overlaps with investigative journalism and with individual government employees (“whistleblowers”) who leak and publicize agency misdeeds, especially those that officials attempt to conceal. The most famous

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Socialisation and legitimacy intermediation in the Council of the European Union

and Helen Wallace (eds), Unveiling the Council of the European Union. Games Governments Play in Brussels, Palgrave, Basingstoke, 81-98. · Laursen Bo, 2013, ‘Transparency in the Council of the European Union: Why journalists don’t get the full picture’, Journalism, XIV(6): 771-789. · Ławniczak Kamil, 2015, ‘Socialisation and decision-making in the Council of the European Union’, Przegląd Europejski, XXXVIII(4): 122-140. · Lewis Jeffrey, 2007, ‘The Janus face of Brussels: socialization and everyday decision making in the

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