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The Constitutionality of Flag Burning: Hate or Free Speech? An Analysis of Texas v. Johnson
Ever since the Supreme Court handed down its 1989 ruling in Texas v. Johnson allowing desecration of the American flag as protected symbolic speech under the First Amendment, conservative forces inExpand
Nicholas BARKER, Singapore Polly CHEN, Singapore Tsutomu CHIBA, Japan Emad EL-OMAR, United Kingdom Jim GOLDENRING, USA Masanori HATAKEYAMA, Japan Naoki HIKI, Japan Axel HILLMER, Singapore WanjinExpand
Sacrificing Democracy in the Name of Prosperity: The Tradeoff Between Politics and Economics in Singaporean Development
As a small city-state in Southeast Asia, Singapore has always been politically vulnerable. In order for it to have any international political significance, Singapore has had to capitalize on itsExpand
Beyond Endurance : an epic of Whitehall and the South Atlantic
The campaign to re-take the Falkland Islands in 1982, was one of the most remarkable episodes in the long history of British overseas adventures. Nearly all the books that have appeared in theExpand
'If the king had asked for an ass, he would have received his wish, this time: a study of the career of Thomas de Hatfield, bishop of Durham (1345-1381), as a royal servant, 1336-1357.
This was the reported reply of Pope Clement VI to his cardinals, after they had expressed reservations regarding Thomas de Hatfield's provision to the see of Durham in 1345. Whilst the authenticityExpand