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8/16/2022· Legal Issues

Press Freedoms During Times Of Emergency: An Examination Of South Africa And The United States

By: William (Ned) McLeod, Esq

In this paper we will examine how the growing crisis in South Africa transformed various laws and government policies that affected the press, both directly and indirectly. We will briefly trace the history of government regulation of the press in South Africa, and review the press-related laws imposed by the Afrikaner government since its rise to power in 1948.

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4/23/2012· Social Issues

Clarifying the Distinction between Reverse Discrimination and Overcorrection; Two Informative Examples

By: Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels

We distinguish between reverse discrimination and over-correction, arguing that the former should be used only to describe cases where well-qualified non-minority applicants are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by and/or staffed by minorities. Similarly, we argue over-correction should be used to describe well-qualified non-minority applicants who are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by non-minorities.

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10/30/2006· Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs

Law Enforcement and Society Can Benefit from Greater Transparency in Controlled Drug Analyses

By: Vedoster Ingram, PhM, MS, BS

In this article, concerns are presented from the perspective of a former Drug Enforcement Administration chemist and a practicing forensic chemist consultant about the shortcomings that law enforcement and society now face with the lack of transparency in the government analyses of controlled drugs

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2/18/2005· Sexual Abuse - Molestation - Harassment

When Adults Become Abusers of Young People

By: Rev. David O'Leary, STL, Dphil

The statements are always the same: "We did not see any warning signs." Accounts of child sexual abuse shock our senses. But there are some warning signs people should be aware of. Although they should not lead to witch hunts against innocent people, they should raise people's level of alertness

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