Author: Robert Fisk
Publisher: Nation Books
Keywords: nation, books, lebanon, abduction, pity
Number of Pages: 727
Published: 2002-10-24
List price: $21.00
ISBN-10: 1560254424
ISBN-13: 9781560254423

With the Israeli-Palestinian crisis reaching wartime levels, where is the latest confrontation between these two old foes leading? Robert Fisk’s explosive Pity the Nation recounts Sharon and Arafat’s first deadly encounter in Lebanon in the early 1980s and explains why the Israel–Palestine relationship seems so intractable. A remarkable combination of war reporting and analysis by an author who has witnessed the carnage of Beirut for twenty-five years, Fisk, the first journalist to whom bin Laden announced his jihad against the U.S., is one of the world’s most fearless and honored

Author: Tom Coffman
Publisher: Epicenter
Keywords: nation, hawaii, annexation, america, story
Number of Pages: 360
Published: 2003-12
List price: $20.00
ISBN-10: 1892122006
ISBN-13: 9781892122001

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin called this book "a new vision of Hawaiian history," a nation-to-nation story that brings the once-independent nation of Hawai’i to life. As the 19th century wanes, America incessantly pressures the native government for ever-greater control, then conspires with missionary descendants to overthrow the island government. Long-buried evidence reveals that the native Hawaiians, far from being passive, engage in a five-year resistance against annexation. The American axis that runs between Washington and Honolulu, thwarted in its ambition, desperately turns to an

Author: Emory M. Thomas
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Keywords: nation, series, american, new, confederate
Number of Pages: 400
Published: 1981-12-04
List price: $17.00
ISBN-10: 0061319651
ISBN-13: 9780061319655

We have for years needed a serious, scholarly, readable work on the Confederate nation that rounds up modem scholarship and offers a fresh and detached view of the whole subject. This work fills that order admirably ... [Thomas] sensibly and deftly integrates the course of Southern military fortunes with the concerns that shaped them and were shaped by them. In doing so he also manages to convey a sense of how the war itself deteriorated from something spirited and gallant to something base and mean and modern on both sides.

Authors:Leiyu Shi, Douglas A. Singh,
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Keywords: nation, health, sci, healt, amp, eighth, ser
Number of Pages: 818
Published: 2010-09-15
List price: $109.95
ISBN-10: 0763784575
ISBN-13: 9780763784577

At last comes the Eighth Edition of the classic text, The Nation’s Health, extensively revised by the new best selling author/editor team of Leiyu Shi and Douglas Singh.This timely revision includes an overarching framework to portray the determinants of the nation s health and to organize the major components of the book. Each section begins with a summary highlighting the major issues and challenges as well as an outline of the articles that follow. The Eighth Edition features both classic readings as well as new readings published within the last five years. New articles on healthc

Author: Komozi Woodard
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Keywords: nation, power, politics, black, leroi, amiri, baraka, jones
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 1999-02-22
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0807847615
ISBN-13: 9780807847619

Poet and playwright Amiri Baraka is best known as one of the African American writers who helped ignite the Black Arts Movement. This book examines Baraka’s cultural approach to Black Power politics and explores his role in the phenomenal spread of black nationalism in the urban centers of late-twentieth-century America, including his part in the election of black public officials, his leadership in the Modern Black Convention Movement, and his work in housing and community development.Komozi Woodard traces Baraka’s transformation from poet to political activist, as the rise of the

Author: B the Writers of The Nation Newspaper
Publisher: BiblioLife
Keywords: nation, spirit
Number of Pages: 172
Published: 2008-10-15
List price: $21.75
ISBN-10: 0559285299
ISBN-13: 9780559285295

Author: William Stanton
Publisher: Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd.
Keywords: nation, consequences, issues, histories, populations, growth, human, rapid
Number of Pages: 230
Published: 2004-04-01
List price: $40.00
ISBN-10: 0906522218
ISBN-13: 9780906522219

Through extensive graphs, this book illustrates the global population explosion of the past 250 years. Every nation with a recorded population history is represented among the graphs, which make a case for a fundamental shift from a Darwinian world of ruthless competition to a gentler one with weak restraints on growth. This shift, it is argued, made tolerance, compassion, environmental concerns, and human rights possible, as growth of one population was no longer dependent on the decline of another. A case is made that despite the humanitarian views that emerged from this era, weak restraints
  
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