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The Road to Reconciliation V - Promoting Contact - 18 January 2010 print that page

Continued from Saturday There has been so much interest about resettlement and rebuilding in the North that the East has been comparatively neglected. I had not been there for six months myself, which was sad for that was an area I had been in constantly from the eighties onward. Way back

wikisource.org | 2012/4/18 3:11:46

Properties of circles in mutual contact print that page

Before enterlng upon the properties of four circles in mutual contact , it will be necessary to premise the following proposition; it is but a simple theorem in itself, and has place here only on account of its use in demonstrating the subsequent properties. Prop. A. The continued product

wikisource.org | 2011/2/25 22:14:23

FBI Memo Brent to Hennrich, October 30, 1950 print that page

From: Mr. A. S. Brent Subject: Gregory Espionage - R Purpose To advise that a review has been made of 54 files covering the breakdown of the Gregory case. To advise that this review reveals that the facts are still insufficient for prosecution under the espionage or related statutes; that

wikisource.org | 2011/2/24 19:12:35

A Library Primer print that page

A Library Primer John Cotton Dana Third Edition Library Bureau, Chicago 1903 Copyright, 1899, by Library Bureau To Samuel S. Green, William I. Fletcher, and Charles A. Cutter Contents 1 PREFACE 2 CONTENTS 3 CHAPTER I: The beginnings--Library law 4 CHAPTER II: Preliminary

wikisource.org | 2008/4/28 21:26:19

Sane Sex Life and Sane Sex Living print that page

As we have moved down the ages, now and then, from the religious teacher, the statesman, the inventor, the social worker, or from the doctor, surgeon, or sexologist, there has been a " vox clamantis in deserto ." Usually these voices have fallen on unheeding ears; but again and again some

wikisource.org | 2011/2/26 0:50:18

Up From Slavery/Chapter XV print that page

As to how my address at Atlanta was received by the audience in the Exposition building, I think I prefer to let Mr. James Creelman, the noted war correspondent, tell. Mr. Creelman was present, and telegraphed the following account to the New York World:-- Atlanta, September 18. While

wikisource.org | 2012/4/15 13:09:00

Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare print that page

The manual was written by a CIA contract employee who used the alias John Kirkpatrick. He based his work off of existing US Army manuals, particularly the Green Berets' Lesson Plan 643, Armed Psyop (April 1968). Field Manual 30-104, Handbook on Aggressor Insurgent War (September 1967), was

wikisource.org | 2011/3/7 2:44:14

Journal of Discourses/Volume 4/Union of the Saints, etc. print that page

I expect that a great deal might be said on this subject, and probably a great deal has been said, but more may yet be said, and that which intimately concerns us at the present time. If we would rightly understand things as they are, a more interesting subject could not be introduced at the

wikisource.org | 2012/4/17 10:31:49

Mehliss Report print that page

1. The Security Council, by its resolution 1595 of 7 April 2005, decided to establish an international independent investigation Commission based in Lebanon to assist the Lebanese authorities in their investigation of all aspects of the terrorist attack which took place on 14 February 2005

wikisource.org | 2011/2/25 8:29:12

The Science of Rights/Introduction print that page

This inner acting of the rational being occurs either necessarily or through freedom . The rational being is simply in so far as it posits itself as being; that is, in so far as it is self-conscious. All Being , that of the Ego as well as that of the Non-Ego, is a determined modification

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