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Anyone that owns a business or works in an office know that office supplies are an essential part of any office environment. Anarchism isn’t simply bomb-throwing brutes – it is more properly called Libertarian Socialism. Its premises are cooperation, mutual assistance and freedom from force and authority. Rocker does a fairly comprehensive job of explaining what is involved. I think it is impossibly utopian, but a lot of people don’t, judging from the demonstrators one sees these days. We are not accustomed to condemnation of republican democracy – but it too is a form of domination, the majority over the minority and frequently the rich over the poor. The saving grace of a constitutional form of government is that, by choosing to live under one, citizens delegate certain decision-making rights to their representatives, and those representatives are supposed to honorably represent them in government. This book is fairly short and clearly written – a good read to learn what freedom could be and what seriously interferes with freedom. The Communist Party of China is in complete control of the country, from government to police to military. This is a great hub and also extremely interesting. When I studied World War II as part of U.S. history in high school and college in the 50s and 60s, I never could find information like this in textbooks and professors never talked about. This information is fascinating and I have learned a lot. I really look forward to reading about your father’s experiences during the War. Voted up and sharing with followers on Facebook, and Pinning. In civil law, the constitution is generally based on a code of laws, or codes applying to specific areas, like tax law, corporate law, or administrative law. Return of service – A certificate of affidavit by the person who has served process upon a party to an action, reflecting the date and place of service. In 1938, Hitler annexed Austria and again finding he was appeased by the other weaker powers used the time to ensure most of Western Europe soon lay at his feet with Britain being the only country that stood firm with the prospect of war with them again frightening him greatly. Three types of defense fall under this umbrella category: self defense, defense of others and defense of property. Self defense is the act of using reasonable force to protect yourself from physical harm. Defense of others is the act of using reasonable force to protect others. Defense of property is using reasonable force to defend your belongings. In all cases, the phrase “reasonable force” is key. You cannot hit someone with a shovel if they threaten to spit on you. Specific defense laws vary from state to state.

Nothing could land a Vietnamese person in jail quicker than a public announcement that he or she will start a political party. The formation of any kind of political organization alone, like the Brotherhood of Democracy which involves dissident attorney Nguyen Van Dai, or the more recent Coalition for Vietnamese Self-Determination, would cost its members decades behind bars. Mortgage: An interest given on land, in writing, to guarantee the payment of a debt or the execution of some action. It automatically becomes void when the debt is paid or the action is executed. The person lending the money and receiving the mortgage is called the mortgagee; the person who concedes a mortgage as security upon his property is called a mortgagor. The three types of mortgage are a legal mortgage (involving a transfer of the legal interest in the property), an equitable mortgage (by depositing the title deeds) and a judgment mortgage (following a court judgment). Criminal law is the area of the law which deals with crimes and punishments. Zofia Hajkowicz-Brodzikowska – alias ‘Basia’ born 1913. Daughter of professor of mathematics at Technical High School of Wawelberg and Rotwand. Graduated secondary school in Warsaw. She was influenced by Wlodzimierz Bochenek, an activist of Zwiazek Mlodziezy Plskiej (Association of Polish Youth). After a year of studies at the State Institute of Theatrical Arts, moved to the High School of Journalism and graduated in 1938. From 1931 she was a member of Union of Polish Democratic Youth (ZPMD), and after the split in its left wing joined the break-away Stowarzyszenie Mlodziezy Syndykalistycznej (SMS: Syndicalist Youth Association). At the same time she was an activist of Anarchist Federation of Poland. 1938-39 she was a chairman of Youth Section in Workers Institute of Education and Culture and editor of its publications e.g. Through syndicalism to Poland. With her husband, Witold Brodzikowski, she took part in an anarcho-syndicalist propaganda group in ZZZ. In October 1939 she was an organizer of temporary mobilization centre for revolutionary syndicalists in Warsaw. In November 1939 she joined Union of Polish Syndicalists. From 1940 leader of Syndicalist Organization Freedom”. She was responsible for internal communication and contacts with other organizations e.g. Komitet Pomocy Zydom (Committee for Aid to Jews AKA Council to Aid Jews or Zegota). Also responsible for printing fake documents, weapon transportation, underground printing. She was arrested 23rd December 1943 while carrying arms on Koszykowa St. Warsaw. Probably betrayed by Major ‘Ketling’ from Polska Armia Ludowa (Polish Popular Army) who was accused after the war of collaborating with the Gestapo. She was tortured in Pawiak (infamous Nazi prison) committed suicide by hanging in January 1944.

7 Margaret. L Archuleta. Away From Home: American Indian Boarding School Experiences 1879-2000. (NM: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2000) p.10. All of this evidence suggests that whatever may have increased the war-proneness of democratizing states in the past may not be present in the contemporary international system. It may be that states making the transition from feudalism to democracy became more war-prone or that the emerging democracies of the 19th century were European great powers that embarked on imperial wars of conquest. These factors will not lead today’s new democracies into war. Finally, if the democratic peace proposition is correct, the higher proportion of democracies in the current international system may further reduce the risk that new democracies will not engage in war, because they will find themselves in a world of many democracies instead of one of many potentially hostile nondemocracies. Obama similar to Hitler is centralizing power in the federal Government by getting passed legislation that U.S. government potentially could use to intimidate and threaten businesses and corporations among others. Hitler got similar laws passed shortly before the burning of the German Parliament building blamed on the communists. Immediately after the fire, Hitler used his new laws to coerce corporations and others to support passage of fascist legislation that suspended provisions of the German Constitution that protected Citizens’ freedoms and civil liberties. Obama is now approaching a position where he can use similar new laws, including the Patriot Act and 200 asset forfeiture laws to seize any corporation or individual’s assets, force corporations and other institutions to support legislation that threatens or curtails the rights of Americans. This President not only intends to void the U.S. Constitution he is numb to the Majority Will of the American People. If you had two towns side by side and one was socialist and one was free enterprise, there is no question as to which one would become more prosperous. In the free enterprise town the people might produce ten million dollars of wealth, and it would be split unequally—according to what each contributed that the others were unable to do. For instance, the only guy in town who was a surgeon would command a high paycheck compared to a street sweeper. And if others sought to steal his wages, he would move to a different town and that town would no longer have a surgeon at all. Elizabeth Povinelli is the Franz Boaz Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University. Her writing focuses on developing a critical theory of late liberalism that would support an anthropology of the otherwise. Her first two books examine the governance of the otherwise in late liberal settler colonies from the perspective of the politics of recognition. Her last two books examine the same from the perspective of intimacy, embodiment, and narrative form. Her ethnographic analysis is animated by a critical engagement with the traditions of American pragmatism and continental immanent theory.

From this view of the subject it may be concluded that a pure democracy, by which I mean a society consisting of a small number of citizens, who assemble and administer the government in person, can admit of no cure for the mischiefs of faction. A common passion or interest will, in almost every case, be felt by a majority of the whole; a communication and concert result from the form of government itself; and there is nothing to check the inducements to sacrifice the weaker party or an obnoxious individual. Hence it is that such democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths. Theoretic politicians, who have patronized this species of government, have erroneously supposed that by reducing mankind to a perfect equality in their political rights, they would, at the same time, be perfectly equalized and assimilated in their possessions, their opinions, and their passions. Decisions made in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court – and the Supreme Court’s predecessor, the Appellate Committee of the House of Lords – become precedents that must be followed by courts in all future cases. This ensures that similar cases are treated similarly, which many people regard as one of the most important aspects of justice. In a speech last month on the crisis in Venezuela, Trump argued that socialism must always give rise to tyranny” Socialism is a pseudo-science enforced by political tyranny,” wrote the Heritage Foundation’s Lee Edwards in December. Socialism is a social theory … makes sense. It theorizes that a collective cooperation of citizens will make all governmental institutions public. For example, no one will receive a healthcare bill when going to the doctor because they, and everyone else, have paid a hefty amount in government taxes. That’s where the collective cooperation comes in. The media for years ignored the growing international movement, but only in recent years have acknowledged the movement; however, they did not address the movement by analyzing the information and issues, but rather by seeking to discredit and demonize the political movement, focusing on the fringe elements and beliefs and applying labels of conspiracy theorist,” attempting to discredit anyone who questions the official story. A final note about the intellectual climate of France around the time of the rise of Post Structuralism is important: since the development of the discipline of sociology in France was somewhat late, many important sociologists received their original training in philosophy (Silva 2012:564). According to Silva, this had important reverberations throughout their later, sociological careers by inculcating commitment to …a resistance to specialization”, training in different fields”, …engagement with competing currents of thought”, …combination of empirically grounded and theoretically informed social science”, and …politically committed work.” (Silva 2012:564). Pierre Bourdieu, the subject of this text, was a student of the philosopher Althusser before gravitating toward anthropology, as will be discussed below, and this foundation had a significant impact on his thought in the ways discussed above (Silva 2012:564).