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Alternative Parties in Vermont History

By Terry Bouricius

This is Chapter 1 of Building Progressive Politics: The Vermont Story, a 1993 pamphlet by Marxist Terry Bouricius, that chronicles how the only successful left third party in the U.S. 1,502 more words

Bernie Sanders

Poor Women, Big Families

While transcribing the 1925 book edited by Margaret Sanger titled The Sixth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conferences: International Aspects of Birth Control I couldn’t help but be surprised by the amount of opposition faced by the original pioneers for Birth Control. 740 more words

Birth Control

Summer "To- Do" List

I like to make lists. It’s a way to make sure I get things done and to make sure I write down any ideas that pop into my head while I’m eating lunch or delivering mail to the mailbox. 159 more words

Summer

Issues regarding Limerick Northern Distributor Road

This evening we submitted the Lisnagry-Annacotty Action Group Summary of the main  issues that, from our perspective, should be taken into serious consideration in relation to the… 16 more words

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Microsoft Word 2010

The Backstage View appears when clicking the File Tab on the Ribbon. This is a set of commands you use to do things to a document. 255 more words

Microsoft Word

Windows: Dispatching and Scheduling (a short explanation)

Last week a student asked about the correct difference between Dispatching and Scheduling on Windows systems. Of course, this a long topic to talk and write, mainly when the time is very tight, but I will try to summarize the topic below. 693 more words

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1881 document suggests Palestinian ownership of Susya

http://www.timesofisrael.com/1881-document-suggests-palestinian-ownership-of-susya/?utm_source=The+Times+of+Israel+Daily+Edition&utm_campaign=a1503c6810-2015_07_26&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_adb46cec92-a1503c6810-55201169

Contradicting the official stance of the Israeli army and government, an Ottoman land ownership document dating back to 1881 suggests that the territory on which the Palestinian village of Susya is located does in fact belong to the residents of the area, Haaretz reported Sunday. 374 more words

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