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The Section 27 and Public Domain Books Project houses digitisations (primarily in the form of scans) of books covered by Section 27(1) of New Zealand's Copyright Act 1994 -- that is, many Kiwi court, inquiry, municipal and parliamentary…

A UNC course exploring the life, works and acts of Mohandas Gandhi. We attempt to evaluate Gandhi on his own terms; we try to tell his story by looking at his works and acts. By doing so, we try to gain an understanding of what motivated him to act,…

The Common Sense Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public-policy think tank based in Raleigh, North Carolina. We advocate progressive public-policy solutions and try to give voice to those who have traditionally been locked out of the debate in…

This site is an ongoing political and social experiment conducted online. It is also a soapbox for all those who feel it would make a good home for their opinions.

The Context editors select material that bridges the gap between rhetoric and reason. We only ridicule the pretentious and the ridiculous. And we try to figure out the truth rather than spout off about one damn-fool idea or another.

Election rigging is not just happening in Zimbabwe. It's happening right here in NC. The state of NC is in violation of international voting rights treaties. MDCNC is working to change that.

Annotated and classified links to thousands of full text documents on Burma. The Online Burma/Myanmar Library also holds the 17MB archive of the Burma Press Summary (1987-1996) compiled and edited by Hugh C. MacDougall and the 200MB archive of the…

The online resource center for UNC-Chapel Hill's Program on Southern Politics, Media and Public Life. Subscribe to its newsletters on Southern politics and public policy, or browse the archives. Register for upcoming conferences, and review those…