MARS

MARS is a service of Mason Publishing and the Digital Scholarship Center at the George Mason University Libraries. Home of the Electronic Theses and Dissertations, as well as faculty research publications and data files, MARS provides access to the intellectual work of the Mason community.

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  • Newlin, Michael (George Mason University, 2018-11)
    The 1852 Holmfirth Flood remains one of the deadliest and most destructive floods in the history of England, and it was a catastrophe of national significance. Newspapers throughout the country reported on the event and ...
  • Unknown author (Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1981)
    Exporting Hazards Claudia Mills 1 to 5 A Defense of Affirmative Action Thomas Nagel 6 to 9 The Equal Opportunity Myth Robert K Fullinwider 8 to 9 Why People Fear Nuclear Power Claudia Mills 10 to 12 How ...
  • Unknown author (Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1981)
    Women in the Military Claudia Mills 1 to 5 Why We Mistrust Lawyers Claudia Mills 6 to 8 The Limits of Cost-Benefit Analysis Mark Sagoff 9 to 11 How Fair Is Workfare? Claudia Mills 11 to 13 Book Review: ...
  • Unknown author (Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1981)
    Is the Least Government the Best Government? Claudia Mills 1 to 5 Human Rights and the "National Interest": Which Takes Priority? Claudia Mills 6 to 8 Why the Draft Is Hard to Justify A J Simmons 9 to 12 Children ...
  • George Mason University Libraries (George Mason University Libraries, 2019-02)
    Happy New Year 2019! The Libraries had a great year in 2018, highlights of which we are pleased to share with you in the following pages. Mason’s second annual Giving Day was a huge success for the Libraries—with the ...
  • Unknown author (George Mason University Libraries, 2018)
    2017 was quite a year. We dedicated our first named space in our Arlington Campus Library – the John N. Paden Nigerian/African Collection. We completed renovations on the second floor of the old Fenwick building, bringing ...
  • George Mason University Libraries (George Mason University Libraries, 2016)
    The 2015-2016 academic year was an exciting year for the University Libraries – a year full of growth, exemplified by the completion of the Fenwick Library major expansion and the generosity of our loyal donors, such as ...
  • Mills, Claudia (Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1981)
    Ilegal Immigration and U.S. Obligation Claudia Mills 1 to 5 "What Has Posterity Ever Done for Me?": Energy Policy and Future Generations Claudia Mills 6 to 8 An Attack on the Social Discount Rate Derek Parfit 8 ...

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