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  • An overview of the Liberal Laws (based on Common Law) governing the Public Rights of Way in Britain to cross private land for access to the British countryside; with a summary of the origin, history and struggle by activists to get ancient rights into modern legislation for the benefit of Ramblers.

    Public Rights of Way on Private Land in England and Wales

    Public Rights of Way on Private Land in England and Wales

    by Arthur Russ8

  • Because the Republican Party was founded to abolish slavery, the Democratic Party hijacked the issue, turning racism into a Republican problem by claiming that the parties switched sides on race.

    Republicans and Democrats Did Not Switch Sides on Race

    Republicans and Democrats Did Not Switch Sides on Race

    by Linda Sue Grimes19

  • I am not a celebrity. I am simply a writer with my own ideas, opinions and creative pursuits. Behind my words, you cannot see me, except for a small profile picture in the corner of the screen. If you saw me in the street, you would not recognise...

    The Media's Obsession With Celebrities: Fame's Negative Side

    The Media's Obsession With Celebrities: Fame's Negative Side

    by Polly C6

  • The presidential election of 1840 turned out to be a sea change in the way campaigns were run. All the modern tricks, such as avoiding the issues, telling the people what they wanted to hear, and of course parades, parties, and cheap whiskey, would become the norm.

    The Presidential Election of 1840: Birth of the Modern Election

    The Presidential Election of 1840: Birth of the Modern Election

    by Doug West0

  • Chocolate bars have a dark, often untold story of human trafficking and child slavery. Cocoa plantations on the Ivory Coast use unpaid child labor to harvest the cocoa beans, often employing tactics such as physical abuse by overseers on plantations in West Africa.

    Chocolate Slavery: Slave Labor in the Cocoa Industry

    Chocolate Slavery: Slave Labor in the Cocoa Industry

    by Leah Lefler102

  • Without change, our dependence on petroleum and coal for power could someday lead to society's demise. But why wait for the inevitable when we can enact change now? With a multitude of viable energy sources at our finger tips, we are on the brink of a paradigm shift. Here are nine sources of renewable energy that could potentially change how we power our future.

    Ten Ways to Generate Electricity From Renewable Sources

    Ten Ways to Generate Electricity From Renewable Sources

    by CWanamaker24

  • The cruelly ruthless American lawyer had deep roots in the darkest corners of the Republican Party.

    Roy Cohn: A Portrait of Evil

    Roy Cohn: A Portrait of Evil

    by Rupert Taylor3

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  • A description of left-skewed and right-skewed economies as well as an argument for the values of a free market society.

    The Right Is Right

    The Right Is Right

    by Rory10

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