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|In chapter one, “The First Amendment and the Meaning of America,” I explore flag |
burning and subsidies of the arts. In pursuing that discussion, I claim comparative
advantages for a dissent-based theory over communitarian ...
|T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) Anglo-American poet It is dangerous to be right in matters |
on which the established authorities are wrong. Voltaire (1694-1778) French
philosopher, author Discussion in America means dissent. James Thurber ...
|Its Meaning in America Ronald K. L. Collins, David M. Skover. disobedience and |
dissent. ... open to the notion that cer— tain forms of violence in particular
contexts might be said to be dissent — but that discussion must be held in
|I think and write as a religious studies scholar, which means I bring recent |
discussions among historians of American religion to bear on the New England
sources. Drawing from post-Geertzian anthropological and poststructuralist
|Race, Gender, and Biblical Rhetoric in Early American Autobiography Eileen |
Razzari Elrod ... Like many of the early American diarists that Harris discusses,
Bailey (and to a certain extent the other writers discussed here) may be
described as having a discontinuous ... Thus while the diarist explores multiple
facets of subjectivity, she can simultaneously engage in acts of creating meaning
for herself (29).
|Thomas Piketty's findings in this ambitious, original, rigorous work will transform debate and set the agenda for the next generation of thought about wealth and inequality.|
|The amendments to the Constitution of the United States mean this, or they are a |
cruel, scandalous and colossal sham, and ... Until the public schools shall cease
to be caste schools in every part of the country, this discussion will go on.
|TheVermont Pilgrimsare only afootnote inthe pages of religious history, but they |
embody patterns typical of alternative religious communities in the United States.
These patterns will be discussed further, but firstwe must confront the ...
|For a discussion of the tombstone as a potential figure for the closing down of |
meaning and how Hawthorne's text resists that possibility, see James Walter, "
The Letter and the Spirit in Hawthorne's Allegory of American Experience," ESQ: