Galula by A. A. Cohen

Galula: The Life and Writings of the French Officer Who Defined the Art of Counterinsurgency by A. Cohen
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Overview: This comprehensive analytical biography is the definitive work on the life and writings of history’s most significant counterinsurgency doctrinaire, David Galula, elucidating the context for his reflections and examining the present and future applicability of his treatise for scholars and practitioners alike.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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The Planets by Andrew Cohen, Brian Cox

The Planets by Andrew Cohen, Brian Cox
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Overview: ‘Absolutely beautiful’ BBC One Show ‘Really impressive’ Eamonn Holmes, ITV This Morning A companion book to the critically acclaimed BBC series. The bestselling authors of Wonders of the Universe are back with another blockbuster, a groundbreaking exploration of our Solar System as it has never been seen before.

Mercury, a lifeless victim of the Sun’s expanding power. Venus, once thought to be lush and fertile, now known to be trapped within a toxic and boiling atmosphere. Mars, the red planet, doomed by the loss of its atmosphere. Jupiter, twice the size of all the other planets combined, but insubstantial. Saturn, a stunning celestial beauty, the jewel of our Solar System. Uranus, the sideways planet and the first ice giant. Neptune, dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds. Pluto, the dwarf planet, a frozen rock. Andrew Cohen and Professor Brian Cox take readers on a voyage of discovery, from the fiery heart of our Solar System, to its mysterious outer reaches. They touch on the latest discoveries that have expanded our knowledge of the planets, their moons and how they come to be, alongside recent stunning and mind-boggling NASA photography.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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China and Christianity by Paul A. Cohen

China and Christianity: The Missionary Movement and the Growth of Chinese Antiforeignism, 1860-1870 by Paul A. Cohen
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Overview: In February 1967, at the height of the Cultural Revolution, the American Society of International Law organized a study panel of legal scholars, social scientists, lawyers, and government officials to consider problems relating to “China and International Order.” The panel was founded in the belief that the turmoil in China would not endure and that the People’s Republic might soon wish to participate fully in the world community. To prepare for this day, the panel commissioned and reviewed a number of studies of China’s interpretation and application of international law.

The ten essays in this volume-written by twelve scholars including Paul Cohen, who has also written a substantial introduction are the fruit of this effort. Four of the essays deal with basic problems relating to Peking’s international conduct: recognition and the establishment of diplomatic relations, the regulation of foreign diplomats serving in China, manipulation of the concept of “unequal treaties,” and the PRC’s conditions for participation in international organizations. The other six essays focus on legal problems that have arisen in China’s relations with a given country or international organization.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Freedom’s Moment by Paul M. Cohen

Freedom’s Moment: An Essay on the French Idea of Liberty from Rousseau to Foucault by Paul M. Cohen
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Overview: What kind of freedom, and what kind of individual, has the French Revolutionary tradition sought to propagate? Paul Cohen finds a distinctly French articulation of freedom in the texts and lives of eight renowned cultural critics who lived between the eighteenth century and the present day.

Arranged not according to the lives and times of its protagonists but to the narrative themes and structures they held in common, Cohen’s study discerns a single master narrative of liberty in modern France. He captures these radicals, whose tradition bids them to resist the authority of power structures and public opinion. They denounce bourgeois and utilitarian values, the power of Church and State, and the corrupting influence of everyday politics, and they dream of a revolutionary rupture, a fleeting instant of sometimes violent but always meaningful transgression.

An eloquent and insightful work on French political culture, Freedom’s Moment also helps explain how France, even as it has oscillated between political stagnation and crisis, has held onto its faith that liberty, equality, and fraternity remain within its grasp.

Examines the ideas of Rousseau, Robespierre, Stendahl, Michelet, Bergson, Peguy, Sartre, and Foucault.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Philosophy For Dummies by way of Martin Cohen

Philosophy For Dummies (UK Edition) by way of Martin Cohen
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Overview: Confused by way of metaphysics? In a clutter with aesthetics? Intimidated by way of Kant? Then glance no additional! Philosophy For Dummies, UK Edition is a whole crash-course in philosophical idea, masking key philosophers, philosophical historical past and principle and the large questions that have an effect on us nowadays. Tying in with usual UK curricula and together with core subjects equivalent to common sense, ethics and political philosophy, this unbiased, knowledgeable information cuts during the jargon to provide the information. Whether you are a philosophy pupil or a whole novice, Philosophy For Dummies, UK Edition gets you pondering and speaking about philosophy very quickly, and with most self assurance.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Ty Cohen & Mike Balmaceda – Six Figure Success Academy

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Mike Balmaceda & Ty Cohen – Six Figure Success Academy

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Together by Julie Cohen (.M4B)

Together by Julie Cohen
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Overview: Shortlisted for the Contemporary Romantic Novel Award 2018 with the Romantic Novelists’ Association

A poignant, surprising love story told backwards over five decades, with a devastating secret at its heart.

Robbie and Emily they have been together for decades. Now, their joints are creaking and their eyesight is failing – but their love for each other is as fresh and fierce as the day they first met. They have had children and grandchildren, lived full and happy and intimate lives.

But they have been keeping a secret since the day they met, when their lives changed forever. Over the years, the sacrifices and choices they made have sealed their fates together.

Did they do the right thing? Read their story, and you decide.

Perfect for fans of Ruth Hogan, Gail Honeyman and Sarah Winman and anyone looking for a thought-provoking listen.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Romance, Contemporary

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Nothing to Fear by Adam Cohen

Nothing to Fear: FDR’s Inner Circle and the Hundred Days That Created ModernAmerica by Adam Cohen
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Overview: A revealing account of the critical first days of FDR’s presidency, during the worst moments of the Great Depression, when he and his inner circle launched the New Deal and presided over the birth of modern America
Nothing to Fear brings to life a fulcrum moment in American history-the tense, feverish first one hundred days of FDR’s presidency, when he and his inner circle swept away the old order and reinvented the role of the federal government. When FDR took his oath of office in March 1933, thousands of banks had gone under following the Crash of 1929, a quarter of American workers were unemployed, farmers were in open rebellion, and hungry people descended on garbage dumps and fought over scraps of food. Before the Hundred Days, the federal government was limited in scope and ambition; by the end, it had assumed an active responsibility for the welfare of all of its citizens.
Adam Cohen offers an illuminating group portrait of the five members of FDR’s inner circle who played the greatest roles in this unprecedented transformation, revealing in turn what their personal dynamics suggest about FDR’s leadership style. These four men and one woman frequently pushed FDR to embrace more activist programs than he would have otherwise. FDR came to the White House with few firm commitments about how to fight the Great Depression-as a politician he was more pragmatic than ideological, and, perhaps surprising, given his New Deal legacy, by nature a fiscal conservative. To develop his policies, he relied heavily on his advisers, and preferred when they had conflicting views, so that he could choose the best option among them.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Lake Effect by Rich Cohen

Lake Effect by Rich Cohen
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Overview: Raised in an affluent suburb on the North Shore of Chicago, Rich Cohen had a cluster of interesting friends, but none more interesting than Jamie Drew. Fatherless, reckless, and lower middle class in a place that wasn’t, Jamie possessed such an irresistible insouciance and charm that even the teachers called him Drew-licious. Through the high school years of parties and Cub games and girls, of summer nights on the beach and forbidden forays into the blues bars of Chicago’s notorious South Side, the two formed an inseparable bond. Even after Cohen went to college in New Orleans (Jamie went to Kansas) and then moved to New York, where he had a memorable interlude with the legendary New Yorker writer Joseph Mitchell, Jamie remained oddly crucial to his life. Exquisite and taut, Lake Effect is a bittersweet coming-of-age story that quietly bores to the essence of friendship and how it survives even as it is destined to change.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Larry Cohen by Michael Doyle

Larry Cohen: The Stuff of Gods and Monsters by Michael Doyle
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Overview: Larry Cohen: The Stuff of Gods and Monsters traces the extraordinary career of the legendary writer/producer/director responsible for such cult and classic films as Black Caesar, It’s Alive, God Told Me To, The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover, Q – The Winged Serpent, The Stuff, Maniac Cop, and Phone Booth. Creator of some of the most diverse and thematically rich genre films that have been made in American independent cinema, Cohen’s oeuvre has embraced horror, science fiction, thrillers, Westerns, comedies, the biographical film, and blaxploitation gangster movies. At turns provocative, disturbing, and humorous, his distinctly personal works in film, television, and theater are distinguished by their ferocious intelligence, biting satire, and powerful emotionalism.

Over the course of 28 chapters, this in-depth career-length interview is an entertaining, enlightening, and gripping account of the singular career of a true American original. "For those of us who love the works of Larry Cohen, this is the most revealing and informative material ever published about him. And if by some chance you don’t know about Larry’s remarkable career, take this opportunity to learn how one maverick writer/director/producer has been able to survive and flourish in the ever changing madhouse of show biz." – Joe Dante, director of The Howling, Gremlins and The ‘Burbs.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Supreme Command by Eliot A. Cohen (.M4B)

Supreme Command: Soldiers, Statesmen, and Leadership in Wartime by Eliot A. Cohen
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 293 MB
Overview: The relationship between military leaders and political leaders has always been a complicated one, especially in times of war. When the chips are down, who should run the show, the politicians or the generals? In Supreme Command, Eliot Cohen examines four great democratic war statesmen – Abraham Lincoln, Georges Clemenceau, Winston Churchill, and David Ben-Gurion – to reveal the surprising answer – the politicians. The generals may think they know how to win, but the statesmen are the ones who see the big picture.
The lessons of the book apply not just to President Bush and other world leaders, but to anyone who faces extreme adversity at the head of a free organization, including leaders and managers throughout the corporate world.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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I’m Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons

I am Your Man: The Lifetime of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons
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The definitive biography of the late Leonard Cohen – singer-songwriter, musician, poet, and novelist.

Singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen is without doubt one of the most necessary and influential musical artists of the previous fifty years-and probably the most elusive. In I am Your Man, journalist Sylvie Simmons, one of many foremost chroniclers of the world of rock ‘n’ roll and fashionable music, explores the extraordinary life and inventive genius of Leonard Cohen.

I am Your Man is an intimate and insightful appreciation of the person liable for “Suzanne,” “Hen on a Wire,” “Hallelujah,” and so many different unforgettable, oft-covered ballads and songs. Primarily based on Simmons’s unparalleled entry to Cohen-and written along with her hallmark mix of intelligence, integrity, and style-I am Your Man is the definitive biography of a significant musical artist broadly thought-about in a league with the good Bob Dylan.

Readers of Life by Rolling Stone Keith Richards and Patti Smith’s phenomenal Simply Children can be riveted by this fascinating portrait of a singular musical icon.
Style: Biographies & Memoirs

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