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Enemies Of The State

Author : Darren J. Mulloy
ISBN : 9781442276529
Genre : History
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The rise of the alt-right alongside Donald Trump’s candidacy may be seem unprecedented events in the history of the United States, but D. J. Mulloy shows us that the radical right has been a long and active part of American politics during the twentieth century.
Category: History

Enemy Of The State

Author : Prof. Michael A. Newton
ISBN : 1429947098
Genre : Law
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At 12:21 p.m., on October 19, 2005, Saddam Hussein was escorted into the Courtroom of the Iraqi High Tribunal in Baghdad for one of the most important and chaotic trials in history. For a year, two American law professors had led an elite team of experts who prepared the judges and prosecutors for "the mother of all trials." Michael Scharf, a former State Department official who helped create the Yugoslavia Tribunal in 1993, and Michael Newton, then a professor at West Point, would confront such issues as whether the death penalty should apply, how to run a fair trial when political and military passions run so high, and which of Saddam's many crimes should be prosecuted. Newton was in Baghdad in December 2003 when the Tribunal was announced and Saddam was captured. In the following months, Scharf and Newton helped write the rules of the Tribunal, conducted a mock trial in (perhaps appropriately) Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and provided legal analysis on dozens of issues. Newton then returned to Baghdad several times during the trial and appeal. Now, from its two shapers, comes the fascinating inside story of the trial and execution of Saddam Hussein and the attempt to bring the rule of law to post-invasion Iraq.
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Enemies And Friends Of The State

Author : Chris A. Rollston
ISBN : 1575067641
Genre : Bible
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A collection of essays by scholars in the field of biblical studies. Explores the prophetic voices of the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament Apocrypha, and the Greek New Testament.
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Creating Enemies Of The State

Author : Acacia Shields
ISBN : 1564322998
Genre : Criminal justice, Administration of
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An Enemy Of The State

Author : Justin Raimondo
ISBN : UOM:39015050749772
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the first biography of one of the most interesting and controversial social theorists of our time. Murray N. Rothbard was the founder of the libertarian movement, a radical free marketeer who came of age in the era of collectivism and fought all his life for individualism and laissez-faire against overwhelming odds. The story of his life is at the same time a cavalcade of virtually all of the controversial events, ideas, and personalities of the latter part of the twentieth century. The author of twenty-eight books and thousands of articles, Rothbard's life goal was to found a science of liberty, a comprehensive libertarian system of social thought encompassing philosophy, ethics, economics, and history. This book tells the story of the intellectual adventure that was Rothbard's life, his relationship with the great libertarian economist and philosopher Ludwig von Mises, and his intellectual growth and development as an economist and a thinker. While Rothbard's contributions to the history of social thought are important, his life story is interesting in itself: against almost impossible odds he managed to singlehandedly create the libertarian movement out of thin air at a time when such ideas were considered completely outside the pale. An Enemy of the State traces Rothbard's ideological odyssey, from the Old Right of the Chicago Tribune and the "isolationist" America First Committee, to the conservative movement of the fifties and early sixties, to the New Left of the mid-sixties, and then on to the Libertarian Party and the post-Cold War return to his Old Right roots. Rothbard was that interesting combination, an intellectual system-builder and theorist who was also an intellectual street fighter, a scholar, and a man of action. Anyone interested in the history of ideas, whether or not they agree with Rothbard's ideology, is bound to be captivated by and drawn into the story of his fascinating life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Rankin Enemy Of The State

Author : John Osier
ISBN : 0140098186
Genre : Fiction
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Bounty hunters and security police pursue Rankin through post-nuclear war America for defying the new, dictatorial government
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Enemies Of The State

Author : Tim Priest
ISBN : 1741108705
Genre : Police
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Tim Priest is a former police detective who was on the front line in the war against crime and drugs in Cabramatta. He uncovers a vast web of scandal, intrigue, deception and illegal activity that will change the public's perception of the NSW police.
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An Enemy Of The State

Author : F. Paul Wilson
ISBN : 0976654423
Genre : Fiction
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A revolutionary leads the overthrow of a repressive government.
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Enemies Of The State

Author : Donald T. Critchlow
ISBN : UOM:39015055844651
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this book, Donald Critchlow has selected excerpts from nine of the most widely read books from the powerful genre of Gulag literature.
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Enemies Of The State

Author : Tal Bauer
ISBN : 191115379X
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A rogue Black Ops unit with the president in their crosshairs. A Secret Service agent who will break every rule. A president falling for the one person he shouldn't-a man. Newly elected President Jack Spiers's presidency is rocked from the very beginning, and he's working furiously to keep the world from falling apart. Between terrorism attacks ripping apart Europe, Russia's constant posturing and aggression, and the quagmire of the Middle East, Jack is struggling to keep his campaign promise-to work toward a better, safer world. For Special Agent Ethan Reichenbach, Jack is just another president, the third in twelve years. With Jack's election, he's been promoted, and now he's running the presidential detail, which puts him side by side with Jack daily. He's expecting another stuffed suit and an arrogant DC politician, but Jack shocks him with his humor and humanity. There are rules against a Secret Service agent and one of their protectees developing a friendship-big rules. Besides, Jack is straight as a ruler, and a widower, and Ethan has always avoided falling for straight men. Ethan keeps his distance, but Jack draws him in, like gas to a naked flame, and it's a lure he isn't strong enough to turn away from. As the two men collide, rules are shattered and the world teeters on the verge of war, and a rogue Black Ops unit bent on destruction sets Jack in their deadly crosshairs. Ethan must put everything on the line in order to save the man he's come to love, Jack's presidency, and the world.