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Progressive New World

Author : Marilyn Lake
ISBN : 9780674989986
Genre : History
File Size : 62.29 MB
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In a bold argument, Marilyn Lake shows that race and reform were mutually supportive as Progressivism became the political logic of settler colonialism at the turn of the 20th century. She points to exchanges between American and Australasian reformers who shared racial sensibilities, along with a commitment to forging an ideal social order.
Category: History

The New World

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ISBN : UCBK:C046010343
Genre :
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Bold New World And The Potentialist Movement

Author : Dr. Freeman Rader Ph.D.
ISBN :
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 24.7 MB
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This very large 465 page book is actually 2 separate but closely related books bound together as one — an inspirational novel and a thought-provoking philosophy book. Together they tell the story of a bold and visionary group of people creating a highly advanced prototype community and way of life based upon applying a philosophy that believes in human potential rather than supernatural forces, helps individuals self-actualize, promotes values and responsibility for SELF, SOCIETY, & ENVIRONMENT; and creates harmonious communities in which human potential flourishes. This results in happy people doing great things and achieving a tremendous sense of enjoyment and accomplishment in the process (something we all seek). As the story unfolds, a bright progressive group of people in Colorado adopt this new philosophy, become part of the Potentialist Movement, and focus on how to fund and develop this highly advanced community. To meet the challenge, the founder (Freeman Valor Smith) convinces the Hollywood producer (Steven Spielman) that the story would make a good film, thus ingeniously getting the producer to make the development of the project possible by funding its construction as part of the cost of production. So the project gets underway. But the powerful editor of the local newspaper (Norman Sully) has a deep grudge against the founder and plans to totally disrupt the group's efforts — so he hires an attractive undercover reporter (Serene St. Haven) to infiltrate the group and dig up as much dirt as possible. But a romance ensues between the reporter and the founder that changes the situation dramatically. So the editor takes drastic measures on his own to sabotage the project. What results is an intricate web of romance, treachery, intrigue, and inspiration. With great courage, this resourceful group of Potentialists overcomes all obstacles and a BOLD NEW WORLD is created which shows what people with the right values in the right environment can accomplish.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Webster S New World Spanish Grammar Handbook Version

Author : Gail Stein
ISBN : 9780544189003
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 73.41 MB
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PROGRESS FROM VOCABULARY TO PROFICIENCY Vocabulary words let you communicate basic ideas, but proper grammar enables you to communicate concepts, feelings, and subtle nuances much more effectively. Now mastering Spanish grammar is easier than ever. Whether you're a student, a business professional who wants to sound more professional, or a future tourist who doesn't want to sound like one, Webster's New World Spanish Grammar Handbook is an indispensable reference. It helps you hone your Spanish writing skills and sharpen your verbal expression with features such as: * Fifteen parts covering all the essential elements of Spanish grammar * A section on everyday necessities-commonly used words and expressions * Clear explanations of the rules with examples * Comprehensive verb charts illustrating the conjugations * Thematic vocabulary charts for common, everyday topics * A glossary that defines all the grammatical terms Organized so you can proceed at your own pace and review as needed, Webster's New World Spanish Grammar Handbook helps you progress from vocabulary to proficiency so you can communicate confidently in both social and business situations.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Webster S New World 575 Spanish Verbs

Author : Elsa Pittman
ISBN : UOM:39015058800098
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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A comprehensive Spanish verb reference offers a review of 575 fully conjugated verbs that is complemented by more than 1,500 additional verbs, a cross-referenced format, easy-to-read charts, sample sentences, and an appendix of irregular verbs. Original.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Performing The Progressive Era

Author : Max Shulman
ISBN : 9781609386474
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 58.24 MB
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The American Progressive Era, which spanned from the 1880s to the 1920s, is generally regarded as a dynamic period of political reform and social activism. In Performing the Progressive Era, editors Max Shulman and Chris Westgate bring together top scholars in nineteenth- and twentieth-century theatre studies to examine the burst of diverse performance venues and styles of the time, revealing how they shaped national narratives surrounding immigration and urban life. Contributors analyze performances in urban centers (New York, Chicago, Cleveland) in comedy shows, melodramas, Broadway shows, operas, and others. They pay special attention to performances by and for those outside mainstream society: immigrants, the working-class, and bohemians, to name a few. Showcasing both lesser-known and famous productions, the essayists argue that the explosion of performance helped bring the Progressive Era into being, and defined its legacy in terms of gender, ethnicity, immigration, and even medical ethics.
Category: Performing Arts

Progressive Geography

Author : James Douglas (Ph.D.)
ISBN : OXFORD:590310642
Genre : Geography
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Category: Geography