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    • Arab-Israeli conflict 1947-1967: a view through the public speeches of U.S. secretaries of state 

      Hawthorne, Matthew Zane (Texas A&M University, 2013-02-22)
      This project is a re-visitation of the 20-year period of Arab-Israeli conflict immediately following the United Nations' creation of the state of Israel. It focuses on U.S. policy towards the Arab-Israeli dispute by examining ...
    • Conscientious objectors during Britain's last popular war 

      Breech, Allyson (Texas A&M University, 2013-02-22)
      This paper contains the results of my research on the conscientious objectors of World War II in Great Britain. After a brief overview of the events of the 1920's and 1930's which led to the formation of pacifist sentiments ...
    • Mothers of Men: the A&M Mothers' Clubs and coeducation 

      Ocker, Dorotha M (Texas A&M University, 2012-06-08)
      In 1933 the Texas A&M Mothers' Clubs sent petitions and letters to the Board of Advisors requesting that Texas A&M University retain its all-male status. While most studies of women opposed to equal rights center on the ...
    • Skylab: the forgotten missions 

      Johnson, Michael P (Texas A&M University, 2013-02-22)
      The Skylab program featured three manned missions to America's first and only space station from May 1973 to February 1974. A total of nine astronauts, including one scientist each mission, flew aboard the orbital workshop. ...
    • The stem cell press: a history of stem cells in news media and the creation of the American stem cell debate 

      Boatman, Logan Hampton (Texas A&M University, 2013-02-22)
      In February 2004, Korean scientists made the startling announcement that they had cloned an embryo and collected embryonic stem (ES) cells. Consequently, American scientists have clamored for increased funding from the ...