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How To Make A Nation

Author : Monocle
ISBN : 3899556488
Genre : Nation-building
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What characteristics and values define a country? Which countries are particularly successful in terms of education, economics, or culture? In this book, Monocle provides a global perspective on the distinct qualities of nations. Monocle's books with Gestalten have shown you how to build a better life, business, and home. But now Monocle raises the bar: how do you run a great country? They are not talking about might, muscle, or nationalism --although you need a bit of a swagger every now and then. They are talking about a country that feels like a cohesive community, knows what to value, and goes out into the world to gently get its way with soft power, fine ambassadors, and compelling cultural offerings. At home, this country celebrates good education, well-made institutions, and its own people and their skills. How to Run a Nation: A Monocle Guide is a thought-provoking primer that informs and inspires. The best ideas don't need to be invented --they need to be found and copied. Let Monocle be your guide.
Category: Nation-building

To Make A Nation

Author : Samuel Hutchison Beer
ISBN : 0674893182
Genre : History
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Samuel Beer reveals the provenance, purpose, and origins of the ideas of nationalism and federalism in American political philosophy. From the great English republicans of the 17th century to the conflicts of ideas that exist to this day, he reveals unsuspected dimensions that have shaped and are still shaping America."
Category: History

Manners Make A Nation

Author : Allison K. Shutt
ISBN : 9781580465205
Genre : History
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This book tells the story of how people struggled to define, reform, and overturn racial etiquette as a social guide for Southern Rhodesian politics. Underlying what appears to be a static history of racial etiquette is a dynamic narrative of anxieties over racial, gender, and generational status. From the outlawing of "insolence" toward officials to a last-ditch "courtesy campaign" in the early 1960s, white elites believed that their nimble use of racial etiquette would contain Africans' desire for social and political change. In turn, Africans mobilized around stories of racial humiliation. Allison Shutt's research provides a microhistory of the changing discourse about manners and respectability in Southern Rhodesia that by the 1950s had become central to fiercely contested political positions and nationalist tactics. Intense debates among Africans and whites alike over the deployment of courtesy and rudeness reveal the social-emotional tensions that contributed to political mobilization on the part of nationalists and the narrowing of options for the course of white politics. Drawing on public records, legal documents, and firsthand accounts, this first book-length history of manners in twentieth-century colonial Africa provides a compelling new model for understanding politics and culture through the prism of etiquette. Allison K. Shutt is professor of history at Hendrix College.
Category: History

A Nation Of Haters And Victims

Author : Ruth E. Todd
ISBN : 9781450206143
Genre : Social Science
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The truth does not just set us free; it will keep us free. In A Nation of Haters and Victims, author Ruth E. Todd demonstrates the importance of seeking the truth about issues, events, and policies affecting the country. A Nation of Haters and Victims details how the United States is becoming a nation of haters and victims. Haters and victims have permeated our society and created a national malaise that makes us unable to think clearly. Because we have stopped thinking for ourselves—relying on the media and other sources to tell us what to think—our national character has been changed. But, Todd, a longtime observer of people, politics, and current events, shows that it is not too late to take the country back from the haters and victims. A Nation of Haters and Victims provides solid steps for reversing the trend of victimhood and hate in order to become a nation of thinkers, hopers, and doers. Readers of the book have said that I am challenging modern media and that I am brave to do so. I want people to think for themselves and research the truth and facts and not listen to the half-truths or what someone wants us to believe. It is time we remember who we are and what made us the country of choice for so many immigrants.
Category: Social Science

A Nation Of Immigrants

Author : Franca Iacovetta
ISBN : 0802074820
Genre : History
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This collection of essays examines immigrants and racial-ethnic relations in Canada from the mid-nineteenth century to the post-1945 era.
Category: History

They Too Influenced A Nation S History

Author : Abraham Resnick
ISBN : 9780595284344
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The United States, ever since its inception, has recognized innumerable Americans, be they native-born or newly arrived immigrants, for their unique contributions to their nation's history and heritage. Many have been bestowed with honors. Many are legends, their memories forever cherished. Yet, there are so many other important American contributors that tend to be lesser-known or sometimes overlooked when examining the events of the country's past. This book accounts for 105 mini-biographies, each highlighting the life of a lesser-known contributor, their achievements, influences and impacts on America's development. A picture of many faces, from many places, from many walks of life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Nation Of Women

Author : Luisa Capetillo
ISBN : 1558854274
Genre : Social Science
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"Capetillo evaluates the culture and working conditions in her native Puerto Rico and the world outside, while providing a sense of workers' movements and the condition of women at the turn of the century."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Social Science