On The Breakdown Voltages Of Some Electronegative Gases At Low Pressures

Author: Stefan Schreier
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The Breakdown Of Irs Tax Enforcement Regarding Multinational Corporations

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The Modern State Of The Theory Of Electrical Breakdown Of Solid Dielectrics

Author: B. A. Chuenkov
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Dielectric Breakdown Of Printed Wiring Assemblies In Electronic Packages

Author: Robert P. Noble
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The Breakdown Of Constitutional Government In The American Labor Movement 1932 1938

Author: Edwin Young
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Spark Damage And High Voltage Breakdown Of Metals In Vacuum At 14 Megacycles

Author: Warren W. Chupp
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General Electric Review

Author: General Electric Company
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House Documents

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Explaining The Breakdown Of Ethnic Relations

Author: Victoria M. Esses
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444303066
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Written by an international team of renowned scholars, this volumeaddresses the multitude of factors that may lead to the deadlybreakdown of ethnic relations. The book • Draws on real-world case studies, such as Rwanda, Sudan,and the Second Palestinian Intifada • Brings together original contributions and theoreticalperspectives by a team of experts in psychology and relateddisciplines such as sociology and political science • Identifies events and processes that can break downinhibitions against violence, and lead to mass killings andgenocide • Examines explanations that must be considered in makingsense of past acts, and offers suggestions for interventions toprevent future repetitions

The Breakdown Of Hierarchy

Author: Eugene Marlow
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136012494
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The Breakdown of Hierarchy explores the changes that have taken place in the second half of the 20th century and how organizations of all sizes can harness electronic media to open the lines of dialogue and corporate conversation. Never before published case studies of Honeywell, Motorola and Raychem are discussed. Eugene Marlow has been involved with the strategic application of print and electronic media for over 25 years. He has consulted to dozens of organizations in the media, technology, healthcare, consumer products, and non-profit sectors. Dr. Marlow teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in electronic journalism and business communications at Bernard M. Baruch College (City University of New York). Patricia O'Connor Wilson works for the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), an international non-profit educational institution devoted to behavioral science research, executive development, and leadership education. Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Center also has educational facilities and network associates throughout the world. Ms. Wilson has also conducted research in the areas of managerial effectiveness, self-efficacy and entrepreneurialism.

The Breakdown Of Europe

Author: Richard Body
Editor: Virago Press
ISBN: 9781872410111
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Do we really want to live in European Superstate with its own currency, citizenship, Supreme Court, Parliament, army, police force, embassies and diplomats? This work shows why the European Union can implode. Even if it survives the single currency, it explains how the electronic age can bring power back to ordinary people.

The Brown Boveri Review

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Disconnect

Author: Morris P. Fiorina
Editor: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806184787
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Red states, blue states . . . are we no longer the United States? Morris P. Fiorina here examines today’s party system to reassess arguments about party polarization while offering a cogent overview of the American electorate. Building on the arguments of Fiorina’s acclaimed Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America, this book explains how contemporary politics differs from that of previous eras and considers what might be done to overcome the unproductive politics of recent decades. Drawing on polling results and other data, Fiorina examines the disconnect between an unrepresentative “political class” and the citizenry it purports to represent, showing how politicians have become more polarized while voters remain moderate; how politicians’ rhetoric and activities reflect hot-button issues that are not public priorities; and how politicians’ dogmatic, divisive, and uncivil style of “debate” contrasts with the more civil discourse of ordinary Americans, who tend to be more polite and open to compromise than their leaders. Disconnect depicts politicians out of touch with the larger public, distorting issues and information to appeal to narrow interest groups. It can help readers better understand the political divide between leaders and the American public—and help steer a course for change.

Breakdown Of Nations

Author: Leopold Kohr
Editor: Green Books
ISBN: 9780857844309
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In The Breakdown of Nations Leopold Kohr shows that, throughout history, people living in small states are happier, more peaceful, more creative and more prosperous. Virtually all our political and social problems would be greatly diminished if the world's major countries were to dissolve back into the small states from which they sprang. Rather than making ever-larger political unions, in the belief that this will bring peace and security, we should minimize the aggregation of power by returning to a patchwork of small, relatively powerless states, where leaders are accessible to and responsive to the people.

A New Science

Author: Bruce Mazlish
Editor: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271025872
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""What makes this book stand out is the way in which Mazlish situates sociology in the broader context of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century social thought. This is the most interesting treatment I have read of how there came to be a felt need for sociology, of how a place was created in the intellectual firmament for this new science."" -Craig Calhoun, University of North Carolina ""At a time of the breakdown of sociology, or at least the virtual loss of the idea of historicity within the discipline, this examination of the birth of sociology can provide valuable insight into the current condition no less than the glorious antecedents of a major field of social research. . . . [A New Science] does a great deal to explain how the field of sociology comes to reject connections, and celebrate distinctions: distinctions of class, race, nationality, and the like. And [in] the extended discussions of Marx, Durkheim, Toennies (who is especially deserving and often ignored in the great chain of European sociological beings) and Weber, we get a word picture of some genuine substance and innovation."" -Irving Louis Horowitz, History of European Ideas ""Although numerous able interpreters have attempted syntheses of the sociological tradition, Mazlish is the first to search so boldly for its ultimate intentions. . . . Beginning students will find this a stimulating, wittily written introduction to the history of sociology."" -Harry Liebersohn, American Historical Review ""An accessible, fascinating, erudite, and provocative tour de force with a memorable, even gripping, conclusion. It is a must for both college and general libraries."" -Choice

The Roundtable Talks And The Breakdown Of Communism

Author: Jon Elster
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226206288
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In five country-specific reports, senior scholars provide detailed accounts of the talks in Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the German Democratic Republic. These essays capture the historical circumstances of these countries - their traditions, customs, and the balance of influence between competing factions - that often took precedence over constitutional ideals.

Postman Pat And The Breakdown

Author: Steve Smallman
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The Breakdown Of The State In Lebanon 1967 1976

Author: Farid El-Khazen
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674081055
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Straddling the boundaries of politics and history, Farid el Khazens arresting book shows how Lebanon was led toward its fate by its neighbors, yet ultimately undid itself. The PLO's presence was of central importance to the breakdown of the state, while the porousness of the democratic system could not contain the problems and violence.