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The first Part argues that in order to properly and effectively reintroduce the anthropological factor into contemporary economic life, theology and philosophy need to develop a fruitful dialogue with the so-called...

Food Regulation

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Featuring case studies and discussion questions, this textbook – with revisions addressing significant changes to US food law – offers accessible coverage appropriate to a wide audience of students and professionals....

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In the summer of 1995 a start-up company led by the son of a Greek shipping tycoon, took up residence in an orange painted tin shack next to the runway at Luton airport. Initially dismissed by British Airways...

Though They Slay Us, Still Will We Trust Them

by Mark Linen

For over fifty years the black community has almost single-mindedly supported the Democrats. We have given them the honor, trust, and obedience most people reserve for their gods. To reward our devotion, they...