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On the 4th of March, 1789, the day which had been fixed for commencing the operations of Government under the new Constitution, it had been ratified by the conventions chosen in each State to consider it, as follows: Delaware, December7, 1787; Pennsylvania, December12, 1787; NewJersey, December18, 1787; Georgia, January2, 1788; Connecticut, January9, 1788; Massachusetts, February6, 1788; Maryland, April28, 1788; South Carolina, May23, 1788; NewHampshire, June21, 1788; Virginia, June25, 1788; and NewYork, July26, 1788.

The President informed Congress, on the 28th of January, 1790, that NorthCarolina had ratified the Constitution November 21, 1789; and he informed Congress on the 1st of June, 1790, that RhodeIsland had ratified the Constitution May29, 1790. Vermont, in convention, ratified the Constitution January10, 1791, and was, by an act of Congress approved February18, 1791, “received and admitted into this Union as a new and entire member of the United States”. Giani Bernini Womens Vineza Leather Cap Toe TStrap Mary Jane Pumps Cacao HvnJg

The first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States (and two others, one of which failed of ratification and the other which later became the 27th amendment) were proposed to the legislatures of the several States by the First Congress on September25, 1789. The first ten amendments were ratified by the following States, and the notifications of ratification by the Governors thereof were successively communicated by the President to Congress: NewJersey, November20, 1789; Maryland, December19, 1789; NorthCarolina, December22, 1789; SouthCarolina, January19, 1790; NewHampshire, January25, 1790; Delaware, January28, 1790; NewYork, February24, 1790; Pennsylvania, March10, 1790; RhodeIsland, June7, 1790; Vermont, November3, 1791; and Virginia, December15, 1791.

Ratification was completed on December15, 1791.

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The eleventh amendment to the Constitution of the United States was proposed to the legislatures of the several States by the Third Congress, on the 4th of March 1794; and was declared in a message from the President to Congress, dated the 8th of January, 1798, to have been ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the States. The dates of ratification were: NewYork, March 27, 1794; RhodeIsland, March31, 1794; Connecticut, May8, 1794; NewHampshire, June16, 1794; Massachusetts, June26, 1794; Vermont, between October9, 1794 and November9, 1794; Virginia, November18, 1794; Georgia, November29, 1794; Kentucky, December7, 1794; Maryland, December26, 1794; Delaware, January23, 1795; NorthCarolina, February7, 1795.

Ratification was completed on February7, 1795.

The amendment was subsequently ratified by SouthCarolina on December4, 1797. NewJersey and Pennsylvania did not take action on the amendment. amendment 11

Community Organizing: People Power from the Grassroots

By Dave Beckwith, with Cristina Lopez

Center for Community Change

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Contents

The Four Strategies

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Defining an Action Strategy

THE FOUR STRATEGIES

There are four fundamental strategies available to neighborhood groups to address community problems: community organizing, advocacy, service delivery or development. There is no right or wrong strategy - each organization has to choose among them constantly. Each group should specialize - the skills needed to do a good job in one are seldom those needed for another. Sometimes, groups use a combination of strategies. What is important here is that you know what you're doing - that the method matches the strategy you've chosen and they both match the mission the group has adopted. This article will focus on defining and developing the ideas behind community organizing.

Community organizing is characterized by the mobilizing of volunteers. Staff roles are limited to helping volunteers become effective, to guiding the learning of leaders through the process, and to helping create the mechanism for the group to advocate on their own behalf. Community organizing almost always includes confrontation of some sort. The people who want something get themselves together to ask for it, often the people who could give them what they want get jumpy. Community organizing strategies include meeting with corporate or government decision makers to hold them accountable for their actions, designing programs for others (not the group) to implement that meet the needs of the community, and aggressive group action to block negative developments or behaviors (highway construction that leads to neighborhood destruction, etc.).

Advocacy and Service Delivery are both characterized by doing FOR people. Often professionals like lawyers or social workers will attack a problem on behalf of those perceived as unable to speak for themselves. Job referral services, social work, training for job readiness, homeownership counseling, business plan preparation training - these are methods which fit into the Advocacy or Service Delivery strategy.

Development is a strategy that gets the group directly into the business of delivering a physical product. Generally, groups select a development strategy because the normal course of events is not meeting the areas needs. The profit motive either does not bring private developers into the area - they can't make enough money - or it brings them in to do the wrong thing - they are converting moderate cost rental units into yuppie condos. Development could mean housing or commercial or even industrial development. Development methods require, like the other two strategies, particular skills. Many groups have struggled to achieve good results in housing development with staff whose training, experience and interests are in community organizing, causing pain and suffering for the group and the staff. This is unfair. If we understand the distinction between the strategies, we can see the different resources needed for the methods that fit within them.

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[3] John Chernoff (1979, p. 94) provides a lovely description of how rhythmic organization pervades the west African culture of Ghana. In a customs office, Chernoff had to wait while a clerk typed copies of invoices. "Using the capitalization shift key with his little fingers to pop in accents between words, [the clerk] beat out fantastic rhythms. Even when he looked at the rough copies to find his next sentence, he continued his rhythms on the shift key. He finished up each form with a splendid flourish on the date and port of entry. ... I realized that I was in a good country to study drumming." Return to text.

[4] A survey of European folksongs indicates that melodies in major keys are roughly twice as common as melodies in minor keys. This suggests that even the choice of initial schema may be sensitive to the frequency of occurrence of various contexts. Return to text.

[5] The term "secondary affect" is used to designate what we have called here the "outcome response". Return to text.

[6] From Robert Frost's The Birds Do Thus . Return to text.

[7] Recall that the imaginative response relates to the activity of contemplating different future states. There is a case to be made that the vast majority of listening is done teleologically . That is, music listening is dominated by a sense of inevitability, where the listener is unable to entertain alternative ways in which the music might unfold. When I became active as a composer, I was amazed that it was possible to listen to well-known compositions with a composer's sense of "choices". That is, one could listen to a composer like Beethoven with a sense that certain choices could have been different: Beethoven might have added another variation of the current theme, or brought back and theme used earlier, or that a section of the development might have been shortened. In other words, the experience of composing made it possible to listen without the sense that the music is inevitably the way it is, and not some other way.

In ordinary music listening, it is very likely that the imaginative response is largely absent or muted. This is obviously a convenient point-of-view, since attempting to analyze the non-teleological or imaginative component to listening would be extremely daunting. Carolbar Womens Buckle Patent Leather Low Heel Fashion Casual Shoes Apricot VpTPQ977

[8] I am indebted to Paul von Hippel, Bret Aarden, Simon Durrant, Jonathan Berger, and Joy Ollen for comments made on earlier drafts of this article. Return to text.

When occurring in a position of closure, the tonic is stable and evokes a pleasant experience. (So too, but to a lesser degree, do the mediant and dominant pitches.) Whatever else one may say, the tonic is a familiar pitch at the ends of musical passages.

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