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Desegregation at Kansas City's Central High School: Illuminating the African American student experience through oral history
school system, Central was the city’s first all-white high school and remained as such for the better part of ninety years. In 1955, following the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the Kansas City, Missouri, School district began a process...
Chapel Hill, Missouri: Lost Visions of America's Vanguard on the Western Frontier 1820 to 1865
Despite its present circumstance as an extinct Missouri town in the geographic heart of the Midwest, Chapel Hill College was once the vanguard of the burgeoning American empire. In 1852, Chapel Hill College stood as a ...
Full Employment and Development: The Case of Indian Economy
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2014)
The purpose of this study is to establish the feasibility and desirability of full employment and price stability in India via an Employer of Last resort program. After providing a brief historical background of the ...
Collateral damage: anti-communism & U.S. cultural policy
The United States of America has never formally declared a cultural policy nor established a Cabinet-level department of cultural affairs, as many other nations have in the post-World War II era--depriving the American ...
Some Alternatives to Model Selection and New Approaches to Computing for the Economics. 12/6/2014
This interdisciplinary dissertation in statistics, economics, and social science methodology derives a methodological approach for economics from philosophical principles, identi es barriers to its adoption, and presents ...