Author: Ian Millhiser
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1568585853
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In Injustices, Millhiser argues that the Supreme Court has seized power for itself that rightfully belongs to the people's elected representatives, and has bent the arc of American history away from justice.

Mr Meeson S Will

Author: H. Rider Haggard
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1587154986
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However, despite the importance of the Quaterman books, many of Haggard's other novels are interesting in their own right. "Nada the Lily" is the first of four books about the Zulus, all of which are excellent.

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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To the near unanimous action of the legislature, to the majority mandate of the
people at the polls, to the judicial decision of the Supreme Court of California has
been added now the accolade of approval by the Supreme Court of the United
States. Justice has prevailed in every stage of our ... Its mission could be
indicated good humoredly and without, I hope, excessive piety as an
organization to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable. On the threshold
I would say to young ...

Television Radio Age

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"I wanted to do what one of my journalist friends called 'afflict the comforted and
comfort the afflicted.' I thought, and I still think, ... chose the Miller vs. California
case, which the U.S. Supreme Court used in 1973 to establish criteria to be
followed in establishing a legal definition of obscenity. ... After teaching
journalism for six years, all the while railing about government injustices to
broadcasters, Kamp decided to get some first-hand experience and joined the
FCC. "I was assigned to the ...

The Economist

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No “dispassionate survey' has been taken of the social evils “which afflicted
Ireland,” and nothing has been done which tends to raise “the great mass of the
people in comfort.” A poor ... The subject may be too vost for the Parliament; or
the prejudices of those who compose it, which is, we are afraid, nearer the truth,
may stand in the way; but the melancholy fact is, that legislation has done nothing
to remove the social ...i. which afflict that part of the United Kingdom. I'leness
instead of ...