Government Information On The Net you can find on the economic impact of ice in for registering comments on all pending government regs find www.cc.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/dsc/readyref http://marylaine.com/govinfo.html
Extractions: a presentation by Marylaine Block , April 24, 2003 More and more all the time, but: Not much retrospective information It changes and disappears without notice Compared with all the information ever created and preserved by every level of government of every nation that ever existed, it's infinitesimal. Don't throw away your old finding tools! FirstGov http://www.firstgov.gov/ SEARCH PROBLEMS Use each of these search engines and see what you can find on the economic impact of ice in the Missisippi River. Compare your results. Has the Community Reinvestment Act been used successfully in downtown revitalization Projects? Suggestion: Google Uncle Sam; start with "community reinvestment act" and search within results. Is there any national data on racial profiling in traffic stops? Suggestion: Vivisimo's FirstGov interface works well here.
Indian Self-Government Process Evaluation: Preliminary Findings An online library of over 500 texts on indigenous peoples throughout the world. establishment of a governmentto-government framework with the United States Assessment, to consider the "impact of self-governance" on Indian nations 1. 6. indiv Trib/US Treaty Rel http://www.cwis.org/298prelm.html
Extractions: PROCESS EVALUATION PROJECT: Center for World Indigenous Studies Executive Summary Thirty three Indian governments have engaged in negotiations and concluded at least one and sometimes two Compacts of Self-Government with the United States between 1990 and 1995. The principles guiding the original negotiation of these compacts originally defined by Indian leaders in 1986 and 1987 emphasized the establishment of a government-to-government framework with the United States on a tribe-by-tribe basis. Emphasis was placed on the importance of these agreements being between each Indian government and the United States government as a whole instead of Indian governments dealing with agencies. The goals for self-government were based in these original principles, but there was a separation between principles and goals. Two studies have been conducted to serve as annual self-governance assessments. The first study in 1993 emphasized Indian government compliance with compacts and the effectiveness of accounting and budgetary systems. The second study (1994, 1995) emphasized "costs and benefit," depending on a series of questionnaires to get opinions from Indian governments and officials of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Office of Self-Governance. This study was generally approving of the creative and effective activities of Indian governments and critical of the United States government's compliance with Congressional and Compact terms and requirements.
New York City Documents One Year Later the Fiscal impact of 9/11 on New York City NYS Rights in New York City Public Advocate information about City government and publications Rent http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/usgd/nyc.html
Extractions: This is a selective guide to resources at Columbia University Libraries and on the Internet, for locating the official publications and documents of New York City and its agencies. Publications by and about New York City and its agencies can be found in several libraries, primarily Lehman, Business, and Butler. Check CLIO by title, subject, or issuing agency name to locate them. Print and Microfiche Publications issued by the various departments and agencies of the City of New York are notoriously difficult to locate and obtain, since there is no one central distribution point for such documents. The only comprehensive source for New York City publications is the City Hall Library , formerly known as the Municipal Reference and Research Center. City Hall Library is the only depository for official New York City publications.
U.S. Government Documents - Legislative Branch Resources lweb/indiv/usgd/campaign impact of pending legislation; forecasts of economic trends and budgetary implications. Prepares the Budget and Economic Outlook Y 10.13 - U.S. government http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/dsc/legislative.html
Extractions: This is a selective guide to resources at Columbia University Libraries and on the Internet, for conducting research on the U.S. legislative branch and Congress. Most of the items included are available in Lehman Library, either in the U.S. Government Documents collection, Lehman Reference, or the Lehman stacks. For other locations and titles, check CLIO Access Restrictions : available to current Columbia faculty, staff and students only. The history of the U.S. Congress is documented in the official records of Congress, the private and personal papers of members of Congress, and many other sources. Official records and some personal papers are located in the National Archives at the
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Extractions: Political Parties of South Asia AIADMK: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam party , India Ajeya Bharat Party , India BDP: Bharatiya Democratic Party , India BJP: Bharatiya Janata Party , India Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninst): UML CPI(M): Communist Party of India (Marxist) DMK: Dravid Munnetra Kazhagam , India Humanist Party , India Indian National Congress Party Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh JVP: Janata Vimukthi Peramuna (People's Liberation Front) , Sri Lanka MEP: Mahajana Eksath Peramuna (People's United Front) , Sri Lanka Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) , Pakistan
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Extractions: Home Donate Search Links document.write("Contact"); Stalin And Mao History has shown that strong indiv... Stalin And Mao History has shown that strong individuals and revolutionary ideas can have a major impact on a country. Leaders are often driven by what they perceive as a desire to create a more perfect country. Frequently their egos and methods sway them from the realization of the ideals they set out to achieve. Every country has encountered a noteworthy leader at one point or another. Some countries realize this, and take advantage of the fact, while others let him or her pass slip away. A great leader has an impact on a country, an impact that lasts, one that can be looked upon as an example for future generations. Mao Zedong, of China, and Joseph Stalin, of the Soviet Union were great leaders of their time. Mao and Stalin had similar objectives, means, and influences on their country. Both Mao and Stalin had similar ideas at the base of their pyramid of goals. Both leaders believed that Communism was the best system for a their countries. Mao said "If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself. . . . If you want to know the theory and methods of revolution, you must take part in revolution. All genuine knowledge originates in direct experience." Mao believed that some ideas may work better in one country, and not at all in another. By taking a bite out of the pear, you are changing the pear itself. By changing how you achieve your goals, you change the final product. Mao had many different plans to help China recover. One of the most widely know plans was the "Great Leap Forward." Mao encouraged people to work longer hours and even do work at home. This new plan called for the formation of large units called communes which incorporated agriculture and industry and were supposed to be self sufficient. This concept changed Maos original "play" on Marxist Communism. Mao believed that reforms, such as the
Extractions: This is a selective guide to resources at Columbia University Libraries and on the Internet, for conducting research on the U.S. executive branch and the presidency. Most of the items included are available in Lehman Library, either in the U.S. Government Documents collection, Lehman Reference, or the Lehman stacks. For other locations and titles, check CLIO . Prior to 1976, U.S. Federal government documents are mostly located in Butler Library and can be located through the Butler Card Catalog.
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Extractions: Chapter 6- Public Opinion Learning Objectives (1). Define p ublic opinion (2). Examine political knowledge, and its distribution and sources. (3). Examine issue politics , and the people who possess political knowledge. (4). Define political socialization , and state how political are formed. (5). Define ideology and explain how it influences public opinion. (6). Compare and contrast the main ideas behind modern liberalism and conservatism (8). Examine contradictions in the publics opinion on major economic and social issues (9). Contrast abstract symbols with concrete policies. (10). Examine how the public maintains its opinions, changes them over time, and why. The Peoples Limited Knowledge of Politics: American Opinions vs. informed opinion The Distribution of Knowledge: Basis of political knowledge learning about politics Opportunity Capacity Interests Important traits closely related: Demographic Characteristics Socioeconomic status Education Occupation Income Social Characteristics Psychological Characteristics Political efficacy Active participation in politics Sources of Knowledge: School (background information on basics) News media (current issues) decline in knowledge People with Knowledge: Attentive or Issue Publics vs. general public
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Extractions: v Chapter 29 Overview: Modern East Asia (1839-1945): Wests overwhelming global force rolls over all in its path Wests industrial goods reached every point on globe Western military power imposed its will Held firm belief in global free trade (for everyone!) West became a major trigger of change But both subject to Wests unequal treaties colonization Similarities and Both nations shared similar aspects Elites educated in Confucian traditions Secular philosophy dominated vice religious Effect: Confucianism broke under secular science Intellectual elite abandoned Confucianism Strongly embedded sociopolitical identity of society Nationalism contrasting aspects: Most of their numerous differences emanate from: Chinas pre-modern recurrent dynasties Japans tradition of feudal evolution Commander Perrys impact on Japan: Rapid political changes unfold in Japan Concurrent with 15 year decline of Tokugawa regime Japan starts building modern state Sino-Japanese war Then bottom falls out with global $$ depression Result of post economic depression of the 1930s? Japans government evolves into militaristic state Pursues aggressive foreign policies in Pacific Finally Japans ultimate defeat in WWII Strong parliamentary government under civilian rule How was Chinas experience different from Japans?
September 2001 Indiv Pages All public government agencies, which includewater and wastewater systems tant when a state or local government wants to The Economic impact of Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Regulations http://jcc.legis.state.pa.us/es/2001/october2001.pdf
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Extractions: A 3 page paper examining this seminal document in American history in terms of its historical ties to some of the predominant political ideas of the Enlightenment, particularly those of Locke. The paper shows how the Declaration of Independence took ideas that had been current in theory only and put them into practice. Bibliography lists two sources.
Govdocs the main Columbia government Document Service Center page go to htttp//www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/ indiv/dsc/dsc.html Iraq, Terrorism and the impact of the Patriot Act http://library.brooklyn.cuny.edu/electronic_resources/govdocs.htm
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Extractions: THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC NOISE STUDY. Identification of Noise-Sensitive Land Uses (Receivers) to be Studied. Determination of Existing Noise Levels. ... Figure 1. Impact Criteria for Determining Severity of Noise Impact for the Consideration of Noise Abatement The INDOT Highway Traffic Noise Policy was approved by the Federal Highway Administration and went into effect on October 15, 1997. Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 772 (Procedures for Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise and Construction Noise) requires a highway traffic noise study for the potential impacts of Type I projects that are proposed in areas with noise-sensitive land. The study is to be done according to the FHWA Highway Traffic Noise Prediction Model (Report No. FHWA-RD-77-108), in which the acceptable noise prediction software is FHWA's STAMINA 2.0. Elements of the study include a description of land uses, assessment of before and after noise levels, determination of impacts and a discussion of feasible and reasonable abatement measures if impacts are identified. INDOT POLICY FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF HIGHWAY TRAFFIC NOISE ON FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROJECTS SCOPE OF COVERAGE This policy is meant to implement the requirements of 23 CFR 772 and the noise-related requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. The mitigation of highway traffic noise is mandated by the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1970.
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