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Controversial former lawmaker Russell Pearce quits post with Arizona GOP

Controversial former lawmaker Russell Pearce quits post with Arizona GOP

PHOENIX, Sept. 15 (UPI) --Former state Sen. Russell Pearce resigned as Arizona Republican Party vice chair after saying on his radio show women on welfare should be sterilized.
Frances Burns
Expert wants to change concussions' 'culture of resistance'

Expert wants to change concussions' 'culture of resistance'

BETHESDA, Md., Dec. 11 (UPI) -- U.S. researchers say many athletes and coaches don't report a possible concussion, even though this raises the risk of re-injury and impedes treatment.

Study: More concussions in some youth sports than in college

WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 (UPI) -- Concussion rates are more frequent among U.S. high school athletes than college athletes in some sports -- including football, a study released Wednesday found.

Scottish defendants acquitted of bribery

EDINBURGH, Scotland, April 21 (UPI) -- A Scottish jury Wednesday found five men not guilty of plotting to extort more than $6.5 million to return a stolen Leonardo da Vinci painting.

Jesuits to open archive on Pius XII

VATICAN CITY, April 23 (UPI) -- The Jesuit order has decided to release documents assembled by the Rev. Robert Graham, a historian and expert on the Vatican during World War II, officials say.

Sculptor Graham dies after lengthy illness

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 28 (UPI) -- Sculptor Robert Graham, who earned fame for designing civic monuments, has died in Santa Monica, Calif., after a nearly six-month illness, a friend says.
Nicholson, Seuss new Calif. Hall of Famers

Nicholson, Seuss new Calif. Hall of Famers

SACRAMENTO, Dec. 16 (UPI) -- Jane Fonda, Quincy Jones, Jack Nicholson and the late Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel were among those inducted into the California Hall of Fame Monday night.

Analysis: WMD Terror Commission starts up

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI) -- A new blue-ribbon commission set up by Congress to offer the next administration advice about keeping nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction from falling into the hands of rogue states and terrorists held its first meeting in Washington last week.
SHAUN WATERMAN, UPI Homeland and National Security Editor

Five found guilty of accounting scam

HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Five co-defendants were found guilty of doctoring the books to inflate the share value of insurance giant AIG, it was reported Tuesday.

Four charged in Leonardo theft case

GLASGOW, Scotland, Oct. 8 (UPI) -- Four men have been charged in Scotland with conspiracy to rob and extort money in connection with the theft of a Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece.

General Re, AIG execs indicted

WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- A U.S. grand jury indicted three former officials of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s General Re unit and a former American International Group Inc.

Little girl shot, escapes gunmen

JACKSON, Miss., May 12 (UPI) -- An 11-year-old Jackson, Miss., girl was shot twice, abducted, escaped and hid out in an unlocked car before turning up again, police said.

Expert: might be big year for hackers

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- The chief scientist of a top security company believes 2004 could be a big year for hacking, CNET reported Thursday.

Government must push quality healthcare

WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 (UPI) -- The federal government needs to step forward and take the lead in developing ways to improve, measure and standardize the quality of healthcare in the United States, a panel of experts agreed Tuesday -- though they could not reach a consensus on whether a
ELLEN BECK, United Press International

First 'Ground Zero' scholl reopened

NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- Students returned to Stuyvesant High School Tuesday, a school located in the shadow of where the Twin Towers once stood and the first of the "Ground Zero" schoo
WILLIAM M. REILLY
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NYP97070104- 1 JULY 97-NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA: Sculptor Robert Graham shares a laugh with his wife/ actress Anjelica Houston (hat) and Lauren Bacall at July 1st dedication of the Duke Ellington Memorial Statue in Harlem. Houston husband Robert Graham created the Ellington statue. UPI ep/Ezio Petersen
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Robert Graham (1958-) is a Canadian anarchist historian and writer. He is the editor of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, a three-volume collection of anarchist writings from ancient China to the present day. Volume One, subtitled "From Anarchy to Anarchism", covers the period from 300CE to 1939. Volume 2, subtitled "The Emergence of the New Anarchism," covers the period from 1939, when the Spanish anarchists were defeated and the Second World War began, to 1977, by which time the world had witnessed a remarkable resurgence in anarchist ideas and movements. Volume 3, subtitled "The Anarchist Current," will cover the period from 1974 to the present day, showcasing the different currents in anarchist theory and practice which have developed since the 1970s. The anthology is published by Black Rose Books . Each selection is introduced by Robert Graham, placing each author and selection in their historical and ideological context. The focus of the anthology is on the origins and development of anarchist ideas. It is not a documentary history of the world's various anarchist movements, although there is a wealth of material from many different areas, including not only Europe and North America, but also Latin America, China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Africa and the Middle East.

Graham is also the author of many articles on the history of anarchist ideas and contemporary anarchist theory. He was an editor and contributor to the North American anarchist newsjournal, Open Road, for which he interviewed both Murray Bookchin and Noam Chomsky (the latter interview, "The Manufacture of Consent," has been reprinted in Carlos Otero's collection of Chomsky interviews, Language and Politics). Drawing on the work of the feminist political theorist, Carole Pateman, Graham has argued in favour of a conception of direct democracy based on the notion of self-assumed obligation, which emphasizes the right of minority dissent as opposed to simple majority rule. His view of anarchism is similar to anarchist communists, such as Peter Kropotkin, and communitarian anarchists, such as Colin Ward, advocating horizontal webs of ever-changing voluntary associations dealing with all aspects of social life.

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