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    • Some Principles Of Political Philosophy Contained In De Regimine Principum 

      Gallagher, Charles (1949-04-01)
      "And much it grieved my heart to thin;; What man has made of man." (1) Writing one hundred and fifty years ago, the English Romantic poet, William Wordsworth, has put into the form and language of poetry the thoughts and ...
    • St. Peter's Mission 

      Albright, Edward (1949-04-01)
      The purpose of this thesis is to present, as completely as resources permit, the history of St. Peter's Mission, a Jesuit institution, both necessary and desirable because of the evils attendant upon the impact of an ...
    • The Natural Filtration Effects Of Fine Soil Upon Some Intestinal Bacteria Introduced From External Environmental Influences 

      Haggarty, Edward (1949-04-01)
      Recently, the natural filtration effects of the soil upon some intestinal bacteria have not been studied from the viewpoint of determining their number and kind present as a result of external environmental influence. In ...
    • History Of The Helena Gold Mining District 1860-1900 

      Hazelton, James (1949-04-01)
      Montana was to its founders a synonym of romance and hardship; Montana is to its later generations a land of riches and opportunity uncovered and exploited by the hardy men who braved the stat's terrible winders, its hostile ...
    • The Concept Of Truth As Contained In The Summa Theologica Of St. Thomas Aquinas 

      Domitrovich, Francis (1949-04-01)
      "All men, says Aristotle, have a natural desire for knowledge. The need for knowledge is a law of our mind. Just as hunger and thirst urge upon man the necessity of satisfying his desire for nourishment so as to safeguard ...
    • A Resume Of The De Potentia Dei Of Saint Thomas Aquinas 

      Loeb, Maynard (1950-04-01)
      In the realm of philosophy, or to be more exact, in the realm of Christian philosophy, St. Thomas Aquinas is undoubtedly the most notable figure. Born in Rocca Sicca, Italy in A.D. 1225, St. Thomas occupied himself at an ...
    • National Mediation Board 

      Mac Lean, Neil (1950-04-01)
      The purpose of this paper Is to discuss, to the extent allowed by the limited material available, the functions and duties of the National Mediation Board. This little known agency of government has the vital job of ...
    • Techniques Used In Imbedding Of Embryonic Specimens In A Plastic Monomer 

      McMahon, Brandon (1950-04-01)
      The educational value of Bio-plastic has become more and more apparent in the last few years as the method used to imbed biological specimens have improved and the plastic used in imbedding became cheaper and easier to ...
    • The Scepticism Of John Dryden In His Apologetic Poems 

      Campbell, Hugh (1950-04-01)
      There are few names in English literature which have suffered more reverses than that of John Dryden. He was admired greatly by his contemporaries for his genius. He dominated the whole field of English letters, criticism, ...
    • The Consolation Of Philosophy 

      Burke, Thomas (1950-04-01)
      Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius was born at Rome about 480 A.D. He descended from a consular family and was left an orphan at an early age. He received his education from his guardian and later father-in-law, Symmachus. ...
    • The Technique Of Embedding Embryos In Bio-Plastic 

      Meredith, Edward (1950-04-01)
      Not until the last few years have the advantages of plastic embedding become available to the student in the preparation of biological specimens. Through the advancements made by the Ward Natural Science Establishment, ...
    • The Food Analysis Of The Prickly Pear Cactus (Opuntia Polycantha) 

      Chodos, Dale; Commerford, John; Jones, Stephen (1950-04-01)
      The primary purpose of this thesis was to perform a food analysis of the prickly pear cactus (Opuntia Polycantha) in order to ascertain the percentage of the six basic constituent groups; (1) water or moisture, (2) fat, ...
    • The Effect of Taxation on Capital Formation According to American Industrial and Commercial Interests 

      Carlson, Oscar (1950-04-01)
      American business is now faced with one of the most difficult periods in its history. There are problems of reconstruction, and of reconverting plants and equipment converted to war-time production back to peacetime ...
    • John Dennis Ryan, Copper King 

      Dennehy, Edward (1950-04-01)
      This dissertation, JOHN DENNIS RYAN, COPPER KINGS, was written under the direction of the Reverend J. W. McCormick, Ph.D., head of the Department of History of Carroll College. I here attempted in the following chapters ...
    • The Bacteriostatic Properties Of Garlic Juice Upon Staphylococcus Albus And Streptococcus Hemolyticus 

      Rice, Dow (1950-04-01)
      In considering the bacteriostatic properties of garlic juice, the investigation of antibiotic substances should be viewed. Such substances have been known for many years, the first work being done on them was in 1860, ...
    • A New Microscopic Technique Of Whole Mounts In Bio-Plastics 

      Fortuny, Ignacio (1950-04-01)
      It has been only a matter of a few years since the Introduction of Bio-Plastic as a method of mounting specimens for study and display, and this Introduction has been followed by an increasing demand for methods applicable ...
    • Some Points Regarding The History And Nature Of The Henological Argument For The Existence Of God 

      Garrity, William (1950-04-01)
      It is the purpose of this dissertation to acquaint the reader with the Henological Argument for the Existence of God. The word henological is derived from the Greek words hen and logos, and has the meaning of one thought ...
    • The Cause And Effect Of Natural And Artificial Mutations 

      Judge, Joseph (1950-04-01)
      As geneticists look back, they see that mutated genes must have been responsible for innumerable new characteristics in all kinds of animals and plants within the last few hundred years. From the Massachusetts farmer who ...
    • Some Points Regarding The Concept Of The Soul In The History Of Philosophy 

      Burns, George (1950-04-01)
      The problem of the soul is and has been of the greatest importance in philosophy. Man does not want to face death with the thought that his body placed in a tomb will become a feast for worms, or that after a short time ...
    • A Brief Biographical Sketch Of The Life Of The Late Senator Thomas James Walsh 

      Driscoll, William (1950-04-01)
      A great many historical volumes have been published about Montana. In all there are but a few scant line about the late Senator Thomas James Walsh. This is quite understandable of course because of the fact that Walsh ...