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    • TRAMMELING AND TRENCHING: LEGISLATIVE ENTRENCHMENT AND THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE 

      Bruce, Gavin William (2008-07-22)
      Legislative entrenchment refers to the procedure by which one legislature insulates its acts from repeal or emendation through binding requirements on a subsequent legislature. It is commonly viewed as a tenet of U.S. ...
    • Why consociationalism has not united Iraq 

      Rees, Ashley A. (University of Oregon, 2007-05)
      This thesis examines the reasons that consociational theory has been unable to unite Iraq's disparate religious and ethnic communities and prevent sectarian violence. It describes, analyzes and applies Arend Lijphart's ...