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John D. Rockefeller
There is a vulgar view of politics which sinks them into a mere struggle of interests and parties, and there is a
foppish kind of history which aims only at literary display, which produces delightful books hovering between
poetry and prose. These perversions, according to me, come from an unnatural divorce between two subjects
which belong to one another. Politics are vulgar when they are not liberalised by history, and history fades
into mere literature when it loses sight of its relation to practical politics.' These very just remarks are made by
The definition of gender roles is so central in Afghan society and culture, that any perceived or
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community. Men and women to a large extent share the same cultural ethos and values,
including their conception of gender roles, and they seek to validate these within their
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The chapters that follow offer fi rst-person accounts of the career journeys of
13 distinguished social psychologists. The authors describe their personal
career journeys, the signifi cant people and events that infl uenced their
paths, the major turning points, the main decisions, the challenges, the opportunities
and setbacks they experienced, and how the lessons they learned along the way
may shine a beacon for future social psychologists. Taken together, these chapters
chronicle the history of modern social psychology.
GENTLEMEN:--Almighty God has conferred on you the peculiar honor and the eminent
responsibility of preserving and perpetuating the liberties of this country, both civil and religious. That the
American people are on the eve of an eventful period, will not be doubted by any sane man, who can discern
the "signs of the times." Indeed, it is an every-day remark, that, as a nation, we are in the midst of a crisis.
AFTER an unequivocal experience of the inefficiency of the subsisting
federal government, you are called upon to deliberate on a new Constitution
for the United States of America. The subject speaks its own importance;
comprehending in its consequences nothing less than the existence
of the UNION, the safety and welfare of the parts of which it is
composed, the fate of an empire in many respects the most interesting in
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Eleven years ago my little book on the antiquities of English villages was published. Its object was to interest
our rustic neighbours in their surroundings, to record the social life of the people at various times--their feasts
and fairs, sports and pastimes, faiths and superstitions--and to describe the scenes which once took the fields and lanes they know so well.