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A “Do-Nothing” Organization? The Catholic Association, 1934–1974

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A “ready-made State”1 :The Mode of Institutional Transition in East Germany After 1989

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A “Recipe” for Culture Change? Findings From the THRIVE Survey of Culture Change Adopters

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A “Stranger” in the Holy Land

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A “Superior Magic”: Literary Politics and the Rise of the Fantastic in Latin American Fiction

A “Voice from the Enslaved”: The Origins of Frederick Douglass's Political Philosophy of Democracy

A ‘Chinese Scramble’? The Politics of Contemporary China–Africa Relations

A ‘considerable credit’ in the late eighteenth-century French West Indian trade: the Chaurands of Nantes

A ‘Contribution’ by the West to the Struggle against Hunger: The Nestlé Affair

A ‘Decision Science’ Perspective on the Old and New Sentencing Guidelines in England and Wales

A ‘Democratic Turn’ at the Ashmolean Museum

A ‘Fighting Cruiser’ to Hunt ‘the German Greyhounds’

A ‘first return to the sea’ in Persuasion

A ‘FREETHINKING’ SPEECH IN HERBERT OF CHERBURY'S THE LIFE AND REIGN OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH (1649)

A ‘goodlie bridge’ between the Old and the New: the transformation of complaint in The Ruines of Time

A ‘Grievous Blow’: The Supersession of Judges

A ‘Hard-Boiled Order’: The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City

A ‘lay divine’: Burke, Christianity, and the Preservation of the British State, 1790–1797

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A ‘Moral Mandate’ for Occupation: The British Churches and Voluntary Organizations in North-Western Germany, 1945–1949

A ‘new institutional fix’? The ‘community turn’ and the changing role of the voluntary sector

A ‘new politics’ of austerity, workfare and gender? The UK coalition government's welfare reform proposals

 

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Thor was the most popular of the Norse gods, the northern version of the German Thunr (Thunor, Donar). He was the weather—storm god of sky and thunder who was responsible ...

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