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    • The Ba'ath Party: A Study in Arab Affairs 

      DeVries, Larry (1964)
      This is a study of the Arab Ba'ath -- a political party, a governing instrument, a reform movement and coupmaker, and an ideological group. It is subject to the methods and purposes, and the shortcomings of each. The ...
    • The Bandit Suppression Campaigns 1930-1934 

      Gibson, Michael R. (1974)
      The Bandit Suppression Campaigns were a series of military offensives, five in all, which Chiang K'ai-shek launched against various Communist enclaves scattered through central China, as he attempted to consolidate his ...
    • Battered Women and the French Criminal Justice System 

      Reid, Robyn M. B. (1992)
      This small survey - the first of its kind in the Paris area - focuses on battered women and how they viewed the criminal justice system, and specifically police. Through this survey I was able to demonstrate my hypothesis ...
    • "Bavarian Nationalism" and Franz Josef Strauss 

      Oberfeld, Kirk Edward, 1945-2017 (1966)
      There are ten Laender or states within the boundaries of the Federal Republic of Germany. One of these ten Laender, Bavaria, has played an important role in determining the history and the structure of government in ...
    • Becoming the Leaders We've Been Looking For: Activism within the Movement of Movements 

      Willette, Stephanie; Schindle, Arianna (2008)
      Our SIP explores the new global social movement, termed the movement of movements, and the beliefs and practices of activists within this movement. This movement represents a global network of grassroots campaigns and ...
    • Bias in the News : An Analysis of the Content and Consequences of the U.S. National News Media in the Reagan Years 

      De Bolt, Joseph W., Jr. (1984)
      In this research paper, I intend to clearly show that national news media personnel in the United States tend to express views consistent with the social and political views of the American political left. I will follow ...
    • A Biological Approach to Political Science 

      Lucking, Thomas (1970)
      The past decade has witnessed a tremendous rise in the popularity of ethology, the biological study of animal behavior. This has largely been caused by several books dealing with the biological nature of man. These ...
    • Black United Front Three-Year Program 

      Lumumba, Chokwe, 1947-2014 (formerly known as Taliaferro, Edwin Finley) (1969)
      Understanding the cause of black misery is required for its alleviation. The founders of the Black United Front as well as the authors of the Three-Year Program realize that black people in the United States are colonized ...
    • Black Women and the Modern Feminist Movement 

      Colson, Sarah H. (1982)
      This SIP begins with a look at the Civil Rights Movement and the status of women within it. It moves from that into a look at the relationship black women have with the Feminist Movement. It is necessary to explore ...
    • "Born Shinto, Die Buddhist. " An Analysis of Modern Religion in Japan 

      Treat, Kyle (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2007)
      For hundreds of years, Shinto was the state religion of Japan. But after the Axis Powers were defeated in 1945, Shinto sort of phased itself out. It was not that there was an animosity towards the belief system itself, it ...
    • Boys, Makeup and Christ: How Faith Fits Into the Lives of Adolescent Females 

      Terkoski, Erin M. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2003)
      While working with the middle school students at my church, I began to understand what a difficult period the ages of eleven through fourteen were for adolescents. Then if ou throw faith and church in with developing ...
    • Breaking the Bureaucratic Cycle: An Alternate Michigan Homeland Security Program 

      Teller, Matt (2005)
      In this project, I will argue that the State of Michigan's homeland security program suffers from some bureaucratic problems that hamper life-saving efforts, and they need to be addressed quickly. Specifically, the current ...
    • BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO DISMISS AND FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT BY DEFENDANTS JIM ATHENS AND KELLY ATHENS 

      Harte, Matthew (2007)
      The matter before the court can be summarized quite simply: the plaintiff Charles Mady (Mady) is awaiting sentencing by the Court after pleading guilty to multiple charges of embezzling and defrauding investor's funds. ...
    • British Incomes Policy: 1964-1967 

      York, Jane Louise (1970)
      The paper is divided into three major sections plus a conclusion. In the first section, the nature of Britain's problem is defined and two alternative solutions--an incomes policy approach and a margin of unemployment ...
    • The Buddhist-Christian Interfaith Dialogue: From Roots to New Heights 

      Wheeler, Ryan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2004)
      The goal of this paper is to document the movement of the interfaith dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity. First, I will look at a history of the dialogue, including reasons why it has taken place, where it has taken ...
    • The Burger Court and Federalism: Synthesis of States'-Rights Revisited 

      Gianino, Richard J. (1978)
      My Senior Individualized Project is going to deal with the return emphasis on States' interests. Through an analysis of Court opinions, I hope to delineate two contrasting views on the roles of the Federal and ...
    • Busing Litigation in Perspective 

      Byrnes, Martha C. (1972)
      Much has been written about the issue of busing for integration. Doubtless, much more will be written before the problem is solved. This work intends not only to outline the history of desegregation litigation but also ...
    • The Calhousing Set-Aside Task Force: Case Study of a Public Interest Group 

      Galster, Geoff (1992)
      This paper will present a general overview of public interest groups and their impact on American society. It will discuss the roles they play within the political scene, how they have grown in importance within the ...
    • Campaign Finance Reform Laws and the PAC Phenomenon 

      Zuhorski, Mary Elizabeth (1980)
      "Liberty is to faction what air is to fire," in the words of James Madison. Clearly, he was no stranger to "special interests" as he revealed in his Federalist no. 10. This effulgent document explained some of the ...
    • Campaign Finance Reform: A Case Study of Elitism in the United States Legislature 

      Boody, Elizabeth (2001)
      The debate on the nature of interest group power in the United States has gone on for centuries. This debate is so crucial and so controversial because public interest groups, or organizations that are composed of, represent ...