"Now I must die, even though I have committed no crime. So now it's my turn, but your turn will come." Helmuth Hübener,17 years old,after being sentenced to death by a Nazi court for distributing leaflets with war news that he and friends had heard on British radio broadcasts.The court believed he was far more developed mentally and politically than was usual for someone of his age and it would be necessary to punish him as an adult - he was beheaded in Oct 1942.
I am applying for a dual degree MBA/Master of Arts in Public Affairs. Securing a dual degree from the University of Texas at Austin will ensure that I importantly, one, understand our local, state, and national political environments and, two, have an in depth knowledge of how to institute change in these environments.
1971 Attikamek (First Nations) Freight canoe at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "Canoes of this size were used along the larger river and lake routes. They were paddled by a crew of eight to ten individuals and carried up to four tons of total weight....This unique canoe pays homage to the crucial role the freight canoe played in Canada's economic, social and political development." Photo: Kita Inoru