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Universal Design: Moving the Americans With Disabilities Act From Access to Inclusion
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has greatly improved the lives of people with disabilities in the United States. Expand
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Face-Saving Maneuvers and Strong Third-Party Mediation: The Lancaster House Conference on Zimbabwe-Rhodesia
Where two opposing sides are engaged in violent conflict and a process of political disintegration, the ability to protect an already-contested legitimacy becomes crucial to a negotiated agreement.Expand
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Rhodesia's ‘rebel and racist’ Olympic team: Athletic glory, national legitimacy and the clash of politics and sport
This article traces the history of the Olympic participation of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, then the British colony of Southern Rhodesia, and then unilaterally independent settler-ruledExpand
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Sport and Racial Discrimination in Colonial Zimbabwe: A Reanalysis
The British colony of Southern Rhodesia, later governed by a white settler minority as unilaterally-independent Rhodesia, practiced racial segregation in many spheres, including education, healthExpand
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The Global Decline of the Mandatory Death Penalty: Constitutional Jurisprudence and Legislative Reform in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean
Contents: Introduction: the mandatory death penalty in historical and comparative perspective An excessive and arbitrary punishment: the mandatory death penalty and discretion in the United States ofExpand
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The Abolition of the Mandatory Death Penalty in Africa: A Comparative Constitutional Analysis
The mandatory death penalty for the crime of murder is in rapid retreat worldwide. Originally diffused to the common law countries of the Caribbean, Africa, and South and Southeast Asia by way of theExpand
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Capital sentencing discretion in Southern Africa : a human rights perspective on the doctrine of extenuating circumstances in death penalty cases
In 1935, South Africa reduced the harshness of the common law mandatory death penalty for murder with the passage of the doctrine of extenuating circumstances. A judge was permitted to substitute aExpand
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