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Abraham Lincoln

Author : Jean Daridan
ISBN : UCAL:$B187319
Genre : French language
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Category: French language

Catalogue Of The Wren Library Of Lincoln Cathedral

Author : Clive Hurst
ISBN : 9780521234801
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This complete catalogue offers the detail and precision required by modern scholars, bibliographers and libraries.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Paris Th Tre

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105118882831
Genre : Drama
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Category: Drama

The Future Of Extended Deterrence

Author : Stéfanie von Hlatky
ISBN : 9781626162655
Genre : Political Science
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Are NATO’s mutual security commitments strong enough today to deter all adversaries? Is the nuclear umbrella as credible as it was during the Cold War? Backed by the full range of US and allied military capabilities, NATO’s mutual defense treaty has been enormously successful, but today’s commitments are strained by military budget cuts and antinuclear sentiment. The United States has also shifted its focus away from European security during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and more recently with the Asia rebalance. Will a resurgent Russia change this? The Future of Extended Deterrence brings together experts and scholars from the policy and academic worlds to provide a theoretically rich and detailed analysis of post–Cold War nuclear weapons policy, nuclear deterrence, alliance commitments, nonproliferation, and missile defense in NATO but with implications far beyond. The contributors analyze not only American policy and ideas but also the ways NATO members interpret their own continued political and strategic role in the alliance. In-depth and multifaceted, The Future of Extended Deterrence is an essential resource for policy practitioners and scholars of nuclear deterrence, arms control, missile defense, and the NATO alliance.
Category: Political Science

The Sense And Non Sense Of Revolt

Author : Julia Kristeva
ISBN : 0231109970
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Investigates the powers and limits of psychoanalysis, focusing on whether, in our contemporary "entertainment" culture, rebellion is still a viable option and whether it is still possible to build and embrace a counterculture. She illustrates the advances and impasses of rebel culture through the experiences of three 20th-century writers: John Paul Sartre, Louis Aragon, and Roland Barthes. Kristeva is a practicing psychoanalyst and professor of linguistics at the University of Paris. First published in 1996 as Sens et non-sens de la revolte, Artheme Fayard. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
Category: Literary Criticism

Press Releases

Author : United States. National Production Authority
ISBN : HARVARD:HL36LR
Genre : Industrial priorities
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Category: Industrial priorities

Journals

Author : Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly
ISBN : HARVARD:HXG9SL
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The Last Lincoln Conspirator

Author : Andrew C. A. Jampoler
ISBN : UCSC:32106019805446
Genre : History
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Despite all that has been written about the April 1865 assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, the story of John Surratt--the only conspirator who got away--remains untold and largely unknown. The capture and shooting of John Wilkes Booth twelve days after he shot Lincoln is a well-known and well-covered story. The fate of the eight other accomplices of Booth has also been widely written about. Four, including Surratt's mother, Mary, were convicted and hanged, and four were jailed. John Surratt alone managed to evade capture for twenty months and escape punishment once he was put on trial. In this tale of adventure and mystery, Andrew Jampoler tells what happened to that last conspirator, who after Booth's death became the most wanted man in America. As the first full-length treatment of Surratt's escape, capture, and trial, the book provides fascinating details about his flight from New York, where he was on a Confederate spy mission scouting the huge Union prisoner of war camp in Elmira, through eastern Canada to a hideout in Liverpool, England, and on to France and the Papal States. His twenty-month flight, including nearly one year of enlisted service in the Papal Zouaves (the pope's army), is a remarkable adventure through mid-century Europe and locations unknown to most Americans of the time. Despite an uncontrollable tendency to babble to strangers about who he really was and what he had done, Surratt, frequently sheltered by sympathetic Roman Catholic priests, managed to stay at large during a flight that took him across three continents and over the Atlantic Ocean and half the Mediterranean Sea. Finally caught in Alexandria, Egypt, he was returned to Washington to stand trial in 1867. Jampoler brings Surratt to life as he traces the wily young man's remarkable journey and the bitter legal proceedings against him that bizarrely led to his freedom. After his trial, Surratt lived out his life peacefully in Baltimore, marrying a relative of Francis Scott Key and dying at the age of seventy-two. The book's cast of characters includes a menagerie of the nineteenth century's most colourful personalities.
Category: History

In Defense Of The Founders Republic

Author : Lonce H. Bailey
ISBN : 9781623562571
Genre : Political Science
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Who were the Progressive reformers arguing with? The answer might surprise you. Drawing together a veritable powerhouse of scholars from across the political spectrum, In Defense of the Founders Republic examines the historical roots of these critics as well as their potential contribution to current debates about government and role of politics and institutions in our constitutional republic. Profiles and debates across a variety of progressive-era dissenters including politicians, community activists, political scientists, and socialists create a more complete picture of the national conversation, and the development of this monumental American political era. With clear contemporary relevance, In Defense of the Founders Republic is required reading for anyone interested in the complete progressive debate.
Category: Political Science