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Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations And The Politics Of America Highest Court
9781684510566 Ilya Shapiro 2020-09-16
Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest Court [Shapiro, Ilya] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest Court
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Documentary
California's Forgotten Children - Wikipedia
Melody C. Miller 2018-10-14
California's Forgotten Children is an American feature documentary directed by Melody C. Miller. The film follows a diverse group of resilient survivors who have overcome commercial sexual exploitation of children and are changing the world by ensuring no child is left behind.
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Documentary
STOLEN: A Year-long Investigation Into Child Sex Trafficking & Exploitation – NBC 7 San Diego
2020-08-23
From NBC 7 comes STOLEN; an expansive documentary series about sex trafficking and the exploitation of children in San Diego County and beyond.
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Too Much And Never Enough
9781982141462 Mary L. Trump 2020-07-14
In this revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him, Mary L. Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and...
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Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell Into Tyranny
9780465093816 Edward J. Watts 2020-08-17
Learn why the Roman Republic collapsed -- and how it could have continued to thrive -- with this insightful history from an award-winning author. In Mortal Republic, prize-winning historian Edward J. Watts offers a new history of the fall of the Roman Republic that explains why Rome exchanged freedom for autocracy. For centuries, even as Rome grew into the Mediterranean's premier military and political power, its governing institutions, parliamentary rules, and political customs successfully fostered negotiation and compromise. By the 130s BC, however, Rome's leaders increasingly used these same tools to cynically pursue individual gain and obstruct their opponents. As the center decayed and dysfunction grew, arguments between politicians gave way to political violence in the streets. The stage was set for destructive civil wars -- and ultimately the imperial reign of Augustus. The death of Rome's Republic was not inevitable. In Mortal Republic, Watts shows it died because it was allowed to, from thousands of small wounds inflicted by Romans who assumed that it would last forever.
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