2 edition of miners" case and the public interest found in the catalog.
miners" case and the public interest
Edward A Wieck
1947 in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||with introd. by Mary van Kleeck. Research materials from Dept. of Industrial Studies, Russell Sage Foundation|
|Contributions||Russell Sage Foundation. Dept. of Industrial Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 92 p.|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||47-30966|
Mary G. Harris Jones (baptized ; died ), known as Mother Jones from onwards, was an Irish-born American schoolteacher and dressmaker who became a prominent union organizer, community organizer, and helped coordinate major strikes and co-founded the Industrial Workers of Born: Mary G. Harris, Cork City, County Cork, Ireland. New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on Thursday a public interest litigation that seeks to enlist army, navy and air force personnel in the efforts to rescue 15 miners trapped underground in a submerged coal mine in Meghalaya. The miners have been trapped for the last 16 days in a socalled rat hole mine, the type of which dot the terrain despite a top court-imposed ban on such mining. Criminal law and victimless crimes Victimless crimes, according to Samaha (), are crimes in which none of the involved parties perceives themselves as criminals. In addition, the type of crime involves adults who consent to engagement in the activities, a factor that makes detection, and hence legal action. Contingency is an underlying theme in Adam Sowards’ new book, “An Open Pit Visible from the Moon The Wilderness Act and the Fight to Protect Miners Ridge and the Public Interest.”.
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When we've wrangled From soup to savoury, my temper's gone. " Why should a miner earn six pounds a week. Leisure. The cost-benefit analysis comes out favourably because (in the economic vein of this column) the mine owner is playing a moral hazard game: to the extent that the risks and costs of either preventing or rescuing are transferred to others — either the miners or the public — the benefits of lax safety procedures exceed the cost.
The most common justification that journalists make for their work is that it is “in the public interest.” It is this notion that underscores the moral authority of journalism to ask hard questions of people in power, to invade the privacy of others and to sometimes test the limits Author: Alexandre Leclercq.
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Once the scheme was in the public eye. The case at bar is subject to judicial review by the Court. Justice Davide, Jr. precisely identified in his opinion the requisites for a case to be subjected for the judicial review by the Court.
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More Trouble in Coal Country: Health Care at Risk Retired Miners and Their Families. by Alec MacGillis ProPublica, Oct. 27,p.m. John R. Leach worked for Peabody Energy Corp. in western Kentucky for 23 years. Barbara Miner has been a reporter, a writer, and an editor for almost forty years, writing for publications ranging from the New York Times to the Milwaukee Journal former managing editor of Rethinking Schools, she has co-edited numerous books on education, including Rethinking is the author of Lessons from the Heartland: A Turbulent Half-Century of Public.
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