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  • The Appeal for Redress is unlikely to alter U.S. policy in Iraq.

    Warrior Politics

  • Hutto connected with the book's author, David Cortright, and an Iraq War veteran named Liam Madden, and on January 16 of this year, they presented their statement — "An Appeal for Redress from the War in Iraq" — to Congress, along with the signatures of more than 1,600 fellow servicemen and women.

    The Activist Soldier

  • Therefore, the Appeal for Redress is not the military seeking a more prominent role in politics; it is troops renouncing the role being projected onto them.

    Letters to the Editor

  • The Appeal for Redress, which is entirely legal, becomes justified when politicians use the aura of the troops as a means to solidify their agendas.

    Letters to the Editor

  • NHS Redress, which is designed to make it easier to complain when mistakes are made, is due to come into force in two weeks time.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • From the forum A public forum: (Posted 9 / 22 / 08) - Comment on "Redress" column Carpenter appears to be a young person very "Ms concerned about the youth on campus, What about the old farts like me who like John McCain?

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  • The Oil Spill Victims Redress Act I've introduced in the Senate will ensure that all companies implicated in an oil spill -- not just the company operating the well -- are on the hook to compensate victims and their families.

    Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse: One Year Later: Making Big Oil Pay For Its Mess

  • The Rape of Nanking Redress Coalition and several affiliated World War II Truth in History groups – including the Taiwan POW Camps Memorial Society, are demanding that Japan bring proper closure to all pending WW II issues on the 60th anniversary of the end of the war this V-J Day.

    The Story of the Taiwan POW's

  • (Or you can find examples from 1930s American in my book, Only One Place of Redress.)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism, Federalism, and Racism

  • As David Bernstein explains in his book Only One Place of Redress: African-Americans, Labor Regulations, and the Courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal, the caste system of Jim Crow was founded on government power to prevent black and white people from freely choosing to engage in economic relations.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Bernardine Dohrn of the early 20th century: The terrorist professor at U of Texas law school

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