THE FORGOTTEN MAN

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The Forgotten Man And Other Essays

Author : William Graham Sumner
ISBN : 9781602068230
Genre : Business & Economics
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Though his writings are not spoken of as frequently as they once were, William G. Sumner was a prominent voice in the laissez-faire economic and social philosophies of the late 19th century. This 1919 volume collects some of his most significant essays and lectures, including: . "Protectionism, the -Ism which Teaches that Waste Makes Wealth" (1885) . "What is Free Trade?" (1886) . "Prosperity Strangled by Gold" (1896) . "The Delusion of the Debtors" (1896) . "The Philosophy of Strikes" (1883) . "Trusts and Trade-Unions" (1888) . "Shall Americans Own Ships?" (1881) . "The Science of Sociology" (1882) . and others. Students of modern politics continue to find fascinating parallels-and intriguing disconnects-with 21st-century realities in Sumner's work. American academic and author WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER (1840-1910) was an influential professor of sociology and politics at Yale College and president of the American Sociological Association from 1908 to 1909. He wrote numerous and varied books including Andrew Jackson as a Public Man (1882), What Social Classes Owe to Each Other (1883), and Folkways (1906).
Category: Business & Economics

The Forgotten Man

Author : Shadow Robinson
ISBN : 9780595249459
Genre : Fiction
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Born too gifted, losing his home life too young, the flavor gone from living. Gradually drowning in himself and his thoughts, a silent madness and deconstruction of life and the thoughts of his own mind inevitably continues, progressing to its natural conclusion. His only company one whose obsession with him threatens to devolve her life into the same train of thought nothingness. An existential love story drags painfully towards the inevitable as life and language break into increasingly meaningless nameless pieces.
Category: Fiction

The Forgotten Man

Author : Gilbert Collins
ISBN : 9781412240086
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Anyone who ever thought that men don't get hurt in love relationships needs to read this book.
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The Forgotten Man

Author : Reuben Fine
ISBN : 0918393353
Genre : Social Science
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In the preface of this new book, Dr. Fine states, "In the extensive literature on human and sexual liberation, there is a startling omission--the psychology of man." In response to this enormous oversight, Dr. Fine has written The Forgotten Man, an important book that clearly demonstrates how many dimensions of the male's psychic structure and psychodynamics have either been neglected and/or misunderstood by many psychoanalytically oriented clinicians. As a result, professionals of all persuasions and non-professionals have "forgotten" about many of the male's dilemmas and stresses. This frank, controversial, sometimes startling book covers the topics of sexuality, aggression, social roles, and love as they influence the development of the male psyche. Dr. Fine, a world-renowned psychologist comments on man's loves and hates; his sexual desires, practices, and conflicts; his problems with aggression; his anxieties, trials, and tribulations with women; and his difficulties in maturing. In addition to his brilliant theoretical formulations, Dr. Fine provides us with penetrating analyses of men from all walks of life--politicians, businessmen, psychologists, athletes, and many more. He shows us healthy men, ill men, loving men, hateful men, those who are too uptight and those who are too loose, winners and losers. Thorough scholarship and detailed research distinguish this landmark volume. Readable, insightful, and desperately needed, The Forgotten Man tells of the rocky roads to manhood and fatherhood, the myths about men promulgated by the women's movement, and the relationship between aggression and sexual performance. The book contains references, chapter notes, and discussions by 10 recognized critics that alone cover 54 pages.amp;lt;/br> In addition to his brilliant theoretical formulations, Dr. Fine provides us with penetrating analyses of men from all walks of life--politicians, businessmen, psychologists, athletes, and many more. He shows us healthy men, ill men, loving men, hateful men, those who are too uptight and those who are too loose, winners and losers. Thorough scholarship and detailed research distinguish this landmark volume. Readable, insightful, and desperately needed, The Forgotten Man tells of the rocky roads to manhood and fatherhood, the myths about men promulgated by the women's movement, and the relationship between aggression and sexual performance. The book contains references, chapter notes, and discussions by 10 recognized critics that alone cover 54 pages.
Category: Social Science

A Living Wage For The Forgotten Man

Author : George E. Paulsen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018392204
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is the first history of the five-year-long struggle to improve the income and living standards of the poorest workers in the United States. President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the Fair Labor Standards Act the second most important reform of his New Deal administration after the Social Security Act. Although historians have considered the wage and hour law, which limited the workweek, fixed minimum wages, and banned child labor, as a last gasp of New Deal reform, it was a major effort to outlaw sweatshops and guarantee workers "living wages."
Category: Business & Economics

The Forgotten Man

Author : Robert Crais
ISBN : 9781409134527
Genre : Fiction
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The minefield of Elvis Cole's past is coming back to haunt him - with a vengeance... Six months after nearly losing everything to the men who kidnapped his girlfriend's ten-year-old son, Elvis Cole is slowly coming back to life - when he receives an ominous phone call from the LAPD. An unidentified body has been found in a seedy Los Angeles alley. The only clue the cops have is a packet of newspaper articles about the past exploits of Elvis Cole - and the fact that before the man died, he said he was Elvis's father... Joe Pike is the only person who can help Elvis navigate his past. As they investigate, Elvis is haunted by the fact that, at last, he might have found his father. But with each clue they uncover, a troubling picture emerges about the dead man. And as Elvis and Joe approach his true identity, they unwittingly walk straight into a hornet's nest.
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Martin Foran The Forgotten Man

Author : JR Stephenson
ISBN : 9781910176153
Genre : True Crime
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With only a short time to live, Foran s has been a lone voice against the establishment for 40 years before suppressed evidence emerged to prove his innocence. After two false convictions and spending over 19 years locked up for crimes he did not commit, Foran s second conviction was quashed in 2013 but, alarmingly, compensation was refused and is still being fought for. Continuing his fight against his first conviction, it was eventually referred to the Court Of Appeal and this too was quashed on October 3rd, 2014. In their determination to convict him, the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad resorted to an unprecedented level of corruption and fraud. This corruption became endemic right to the top of the Force and into heart of the justice system until Lord Justice Leveson ordered the disbandment of the Squad. The events are written in candid detail and reveal disturbing evidence of corruption at the highest level.
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The Forgotten Man And Other Poems

Author : Barry Spencer
ISBN : 9781483435688
Genre : Poetry
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These poems were composed in a desultory manner over the past fifteen years, many since the author's retirement from his law practice in 2007, without giving any thought at the time to collecting them into a book for publication. Some were e-mailed to friends, some languished on scraps of paper in a drawer, others stored in the author's computer while a few remained inchoate, unwritten, mere poetic fragments in the author's mind until he eventually committed them to paper. There is no unifying theme. Each poem stands alone, written in respnse to the specific inspiration of the moment with wide structural diversity in rhyme, meter and versification.
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The Forgotten Man Of Christmas

Author : Howard Edington
ISBN : 1932021752
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What do you do, when your much-younger wife to be, informs you that she is pregnant? What if you're not the father? How do you handle the discussion, when she goes on to tell you that the father isn't of this earth -- that he is, in fact, God? And what if God sends an angel to speak with you and confirm what your bride to be had told you? And years later, what if that baby turns out to be the promised Messiah that had been foretold in more than 300 prophecies? This the situation that Joseph, a not-so-spectacular, but honorable carpenter, found himself facing nearly 2,000 years ago. We all know what has been told to us of the famous event and what is presented in the four narratives of the Bible known as the Gospels (written, most likely in this order: Mark, Matthew, Luke and John). However, the Biblical stories give us more information about the shephards and the animals in the manger scene, more about the angels, the Magi and their gifts, and more about the hunt for the newborn child by Herod, than it does about the eartly father of the infant Jesus. We know very little, if anything solid, about Mary's husband. Singled out by God to be, in fact, the adopted earthly father of Jesus, Joseph is known to us only as a dim figure in the background of the Gospel narratives. Yet his whole-hearted reconciliation to Mary, even in the face of possible slanderings by his neighbors, his complete self-sacrifice, when he left all and fled into Egypt to save the infant Jesus, are indicative that he was not unworthy to fulfill the great trust which was imposed upon him by his creator. In reality, this man, Joseph, has become, down through the ages, virtually 'the forgotten man of Christmas."
Category: Biography & Autobiography