Monthly Archives: April 2014

Eisenhower’s Farewell Address: Warnings on the Military-Industrial Complex and the Technological Revolution




President Dwight D. Eisenhower is sometimes viewed as an intellectual lightweight who merely played cards with his friends and read cowboy novels. In fact, Eisenhower was quite insightful, and his January 17, 1961, Farewell Address starkly evidences this. Eisenhower warned … Continue reading




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The Vanishing Presumption of Innocence in Clergy Sexual Abuse Claims




Sexual abuse of minors by members of their clergy has been a major problem for both the abused children and their families, as well as for the priests, ministers, rabbis, and imams who are accused of such misconduct. While a … Continue reading




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What Caused the Great Depression?




The Great Depression, which began in 1929 and persisted through much of World War II, crippled the American economy, generated massive unemployment, and challenged the American spirit. What caused the Great Depression? As trial lawyers recognize, there can be multiple … Continue reading




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