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pamphlets about common safety precautions that we all can put into use
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Thomas Paine, of all people, was enlisted in the cause of an out-and-out theocrat, and the person who did so quoted him from the wrong pamphlet anyway.
Abolitionists petitioned the government, organized rallies and public meetings, produced anti-slavery pamphlets and books, and created a vast network to harbor runaways.
What started as a small pamphlet offering various models of watches grew to become a 532-page catalog by 1895.
Papers, files and pamphlets – mostly written in German – were confiscated, along with rings and pins marked with an iron cross, reportedly received in exchange for articles of gold melted down to be used by Germany for the war.
This was the motivation of Locke’s Second Treatise of Government, Kant’s Reply to the Question: What Is Enlightenment?, and Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin of Inequality: three extraordinary pamphlets that proclaimed the liberation of man.
The prosecution said hooded men entered the couple’s ranch the night of Jan. 4, 2013, scattering pamphlets on the anniversary of a notorious killing of a young Mapuche activist who was shot in the back by a police officer just down the road.
Not everyone has lost their belief in pamphlet power.
The book takes its title from a hospice pamphlet for the soon-to-be bereaved.
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