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Innocent Labor

Author : Monica Gloria
ISBN : 9780985292188
Genre : Fiction
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Elena is a survivor--and no stranger to the cruelty that lurks in the shadows of society. Caught up in the search for a missing student, she must face the increasing violence head on and find the strength to overcome her own past. Time is running out. Too many children have recently been reported missing, for this latest disappearance to be a coincidence. Invitations for a special auction have already been sent and buyers are gathering. Elena's fierce determination to save a young girl sets off a chain of events that leads to the same man who orchestrated Elena's own vicious kidnapping. Will justice triumph in Elena's crusade to save other innocent victims from the same fate she was forced to endure?
Category: Fiction

The Pinkerton Labor Spy

Author : Morris Friedman
ISBN : HARVARD:32044018988964
Genre : Cripple Creek Strike, Cripple Creek, Colo., 1903-1904
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Capital Labor Unionism

Author : Henry C. Daniels
ISBN : UCD:31175035150575
Genre : Capital
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Category: Capital

Mother Earth Bulletin

Author : Emma Goldman
ISBN : HARVARD:32044014224463
Genre : Anarchism
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Confessions An Innocent Life In Communist China

Author : Kang Zhengguo
ISBN : 0393069761
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“A mesmerizing read.... A literary work of high distinction.” —William Grimes, New York Times This “gripping and poignant memoir” (New York Times Book Review) draws us into the intersections of everyday life and Communist power from the first days of “Liberation” in 1949 through the post-Mao era. The son of a professional family, Kang Zhengguo is a free spirit, drawn to literature. In Mao’s China, these innocuous circumstances expose him at age twenty to a fierce struggle session, expulsion from university, and a four-year term of hard labor. So begins his long stay in the prison-camp system. He finally escapes the Chinese gulag by forfeiting his identity: at age twenty-eight he is adopted by an aging bachelor in a peasant village, which enables him to start a new life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Innocent Tears

Author : Sayed H. Rohani
ISBN : 9781449797812
Genre : Fiction
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Innocent Tears is a young woman’s story of survival. Her mother is heinously murdered, her father jailed and disappeared; she is left alone with her little brother in the war-torn village. Her suitor is an artist whose art proves to be a token of threat, liberation, and love. Adversity follows them like a shadow, and the way they handle their problems remains to be a riddle that this novel will unravel. The story is a blend of miracle, love, anguish, and death. Wonders will never cease. Out of destruction and anguish, a tree of love burgeons and works wonders.
Category: Fiction

Labors Of Innocence In Early Modern England

Author : Joanna Picciotto
ISBN : 0674049063
Genre : History
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"Joanna Picciotto's Labors of Innocence in Early Modern England is a splendid study of the origins, devlopment, and eventual decline of the Experimentalist tradition in seventeenth-and early eighteenth-century English letters. In tracing out the arc of this intellectual and professional trajectory, Picciotto engages productively with the crucial religious, socio-economic, philosophical, and literary movements associated with the ongoing labors of the `innocent eye'".---Eileen Reeves, Princetion University --
Category: History

Innocent Journey

Author : Fleeta Cunningham
ISBN : 9781509210343
Genre : Fiction
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INNOCENT AS A GEORGIA ROSE… Meg Brown vows her life and dreams won’t follow the narrow aristocratic Southern pretensions of her parents. She’ll never be a debutante nor make a dynastic marriage. Her brother escapes to the Air Force and is sent to Vietnam, while a distant college offers her freedom of another kind. There, too young and reserved for most social activities, Meg is involved with her colorful roommates and their friends. Two men challenge her deeply held values. Ferrel, with his dancing blue eyes, exemplifies the “if it feels good, do it” philosophy of the era. Cass, a grad student of hard experience, regards everything with world-weary cynicism. One offers Meg friendship that survives the hardest test and lasts forever. The other leads her to a breaking point where everything she believes about herself comes to a shattering halt. Only one thing will keep her going—the infant conceived on the worst night of her life.
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Forging Rivals

Author : Reuel Schiller
ISBN : 9781316298190
Genre : History
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The three decades after the end of World War II saw the rise and fall of a particular version of liberalism in which the state committed itself to promoting a modest form of economic egalitarianism while simultaneously embracing ethnic, racial, and religious pluralism. But by the mid-1970s, postwar liberalism was in a shambles: while its commitment to pluralism remained, its economic policies had been abandoned, and the Democratic Party, its primary political vehicle, was collapsing. Schiller attributes this demise to the legal architecture of postwar liberalism, arguing that postwar liberalism's goals of advancing economic egalitarianism and promoting pluralism ultimately conflicted with each other. Through the use of specific historical examples, Schiller demonstrates that postwar liberalism was riddled with legal and institutional contradictions that undermined progressive politics in the mid-twentieth-century United States.
Category: History