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  • Author:
    Jean Bayard
  • ISBN:
    096060782X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0960607822
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  • Publisher:
    Accord Press (1985)
  • Pages:
    489 pages
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Louis Bayard’s new novel, Courting Mr. Lincoln, is an intimately drawn evocation of the love between the brilliant . Lincoln, is an intimately drawn evocation of the love between the brilliant, melancholic future president and the. Louis Bayard the Author. Alternating between Mary's and Joshua's points of view, Bayard chronicles the bumpy progression of the Lincoln-Todd courtship, its painful blow-up, and Lincoln's subsequent collapse into crippling depression. There are no villains in this acute and compassionate portrait: When Speed warns Lincoln that Mary "will drain dry," we can see there's some truth in this statement but even more truth in Lincoln's retort, "Is it this girl you object to?

Black Power: The Politics of Liberation is a 1967 book co-authored by Stokely Carmichael (later known as Kwame Ture) and political scientist Charles V. Hamilton.

Black Power: The Politics of Liberation is a 1967 book co-authored by Stokely Carmichael (later known as Kwame Ture) and political scientist Charles V.

The Black Book offers us the first attempt to determine, overall, the actual . phers as Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty were explaining how terror could be the midwife of "humanism").

The Black Book offers us the first attempt to determine, overall, the actual magnitude of what occurred, by systematically detailing Leninism's "crimes, terror, and repression" from Russia in 1917 to Afghanistan in 1989. This factual approach puts Communism in what is, after all, its basic human perspective. Jospin countered by recalling the Liberation coalition between Gaullists and Communists (which was fair game), only the better to conclude that he was "proud" t0 govern with them too (which was a gaffe, for at the Liberation the Gulag was not yet known).

Published by Basic Books, A Member of the Perseus Books Group. All rights reserved At the very beginning of the section called Attachment Behavior, Bowlby offers his earliest model of its essential characteristics

Published by Basic Books, A Member of the Perseus Books Group. Printed in the United States of America. At the very beginning of the section called Attachment Behavior, Bowlby offers his earliest model of its essential characteristics. It is instinctive social behavior with a biological function, "readily activated especially by the mother's departure or by anything frightening, and the stimuli that most efficiently terminate the systems are sound, sight, or touch of the mother" (p. 179 ).

Carol C. Gould is Professor of Philosophy and Political Science and Director of the Center for Global Ethics & Politics at. .She has been a Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, . Gould is Professor of Philosophy and Political Science and Director of the Center for Global Ethics & Politics at Temple University. and a Fulbright Senior Scholar in France, has held the Fulbright Florence Chair at the European University Institute, and has received fellowships and grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation.

I read Jean Edward Smith's The Liberation of Paris with tears in my eyes and huge admiration. The Liberation of Paris is a scintillating and fascinating book. It is still one of the most moving moments in the history of the Second World War-I remember my mother opening a bottle of champagne and singing 'La Marseillaise' when we heard the news-and Jean portrays not only the drama and suspense of the event, but the character of the people who were involved, in a very objective way, giving full. weight to the profound importance of General de Gaulle, and to the crucial role of General Eisenhower, for which he has never received sufficient.