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AUG 19, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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Under What Conditions Can The US Army Engage Citizens: The Army's "Civil Disturbances" Primer

With events in Ferguson deteriorating from day to day, despite the arrival of the Missouri National Guard, some have asked what further escalation steps are possible. As a reminder, the reason Missouri governor Jay Nixon resorted to the aid of the National Guard is due to the limitations imposed by the Posse Comitatus Act which, broadly, seeks to limit the ...

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AUG 19, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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Under What Conditions Can The US Army Engage American Citizens: The Army's "Civil Disturbances" Primer

With events in Ferguson deteriorating from day to day, despite the arrival of the Missouri National Guard, some have asked what further escalation steps are possible. As a reminder, the reason Missouri governor Jay Nixon resorted to the aid of the National Guard is due to the limitations imposed by the Posse Comitatus Act which, broadly, seeks to limit the ...

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AUG 12, 2014 - TheStreet

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Hachette Three-way Publisher Tie-up is Abandoned

NEW YORK (The Deal) -- Although Hachette Book Group Inc., Perseus Books Group and Ingram Content Group Inc. have called off their three-way deal, the termination doesn't necessarily spell an end to dealmaking for the three media houses. About seven weeks after the trio announced they had entered into an agreement in which Hachette would buy Perseus then sell Perseus' ...

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AUG 09, 2014 - Denver Post

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Book series continues "Frozen" adventures

The adventures of sisters Anna and Elsa of "Frozen" fame will continue, at least on paper. Random House Children's Books announced Friday that it will launch a new series next year tied to the blockbuster Disney movie.

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