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Pharo, Editor, Reminiscences of William Hasell Wilson (1811-1902) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Patterson & White Company, 1937), 6-10, cited in Ibid.
Stearns, "Uncivil War: Current American Conservatives and Social History," ibid.
Improvements in education, therefore, are directly linked to solving other problems that are symptoms of a marginalized existence--poverty, poor health, violence against women, suicides, child abuse, and so on-caused by the gap in cultural development," ibid.
der diese unauBsprech1iche Krafft der Bildung dem Saamen vorleiht," Ibid.
This plan repeated a strategy employed by the Florentines when they had first conquered Pisa in 1406, see ibid.
The military origin of the telegraph extension is set forth in Brazil, Ministerio da Guerra, Relatorio, 1899, 46-7; ibid.
Lancaster, "Buddhism and Ecology: Collective Cultural Perceptions," in ibid.
7 Angela Woodhull, Police Communication in Traffic Stops (Rochester, VT: Schenkman, 1993); and Ibid.