Last year Wildmon stumbled upon what he believes is a can't-miss idea: States and local school boards, he asserts
, should pass laws requiring public schools to post signs reading, "In God We Trust.
In the meantime, debate over the advice about incest purveyed by self-help books cointributes to a "terrible polarization" among mental health professionals regarding sexual abuse and its consequences, Carol Tavris asserts
patient in the ASSERT
study at Naples Community Hospital in Naples, Florida, and Seong-Wook Han, M.
Severe personality disorders, including borderline and antisocial disorders, occur most frequently and involve complex underlying problems that elude trait questionnaires, Gunderson asserts
Consequently, the IRS now will assert
the Flora principle in Sec.
There is concern that the IRS may assert
that back pay awarded in any employment discrimination dispute is taxable.
But many such systems have shortcomings, a new National Research Council report asserts
(SN: 10/1/94, p.
He admits favoring theocracy but asserts
that an officially "Christian" government is the best vehicle to protect everyone's rights.
Jon Carter, Systems Manager at DE&S QS&EP: The roll-out of ASSERT
across DE&S presents a great opportunity in terms of delivering Safety and Environmental performance reporting efficiencies to the organisation.
Age differences between partners also contribute to power disparity and young people's inability to assert
their sexual rights.
However, it requires a leap of faith--which, so far, only Machtan has been willing to make--to take the next step and assert
that Hitler was obviously a practicing homosexual.
The dominant analogy, if not the controlling principle, is probably long-arm jurisdiction: circumstances where one state can assert
judicial authority over someone operating in another state.
There are groups who engage in "retroapocalypse," usually conservative Christian literalists who assert
that John's Revelation speaks immediately to our time.
In suits brought against an officer under Title 42 United States Code, Section 1983, alleging the officer's use of force violated the Constitution, the plaintiff will frequently assert
that the officer's violation of the department's policy is evidence of the constitutional violation.
This, then, is Lerner's starting point: How did women overcome these patriarchal metaphors, break out of "the cage of restraints," and assert