Henry Ford’s War on Jews by Victoria Saker Woeste

Henry Ford’s War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech by Victoria Saker Woeste
Requirements: ePUB reader, 18 MB
Overview: Henry Ford is remembered in American lore as the ultimate entrepreneur-the man who invented assembly-line manufacturing and made automobiles affordable. Largely forgotten is his side career as a publisher of antisemitic propaganda. This is the story of Ford’s ownership of the Dearborn Independent, his involvement in the defamatory articles it ran, and the two Jewish lawyers, Aaron Sapiro and Louis Marshall, who each tried to stop Ford’s war.
In 1927, the case of Sapiro v. Ford transfixed the nation. In order to end the embarrassing litigation, Ford apologized for the one thing he would never have lost on in court: the offense of hate speech. Using never-before-discovered evidence from archives and private family collections, this study reveals the depth of Ford’s involvement in every aspect of this case and explains why Jewish civil rights lawyers and religious leaders were deeply divided over how to handle Ford.
Genre: Non Fiction > History

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The Girl in Red – Christina Henry [Audiobook]

The Girl in Red – Christina Henry [Audiobook]

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Marijuana Daily Gardening by Henry Woodward

Marijuana Daily Gardening: How to Grow Indoors Under Fluorescent Lights by Henry Woodward
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 140.3 mb
Overview: An indispensible primer and troubleshooting guide for beginning indoor growers.

Written by a newbie for the newbies, this is a unique grow guide, tailored specifically to indoor cultivators using fluorescent lights. From setting up your grow room in a safe and energy-efficient way to drying your bud without alerting the neighbors, Henry Woodward walks you step-by-step through the entire process of pulling off your first successful crop-without the difficulty and confusion of most grow books.

Many new growers find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume of cultivation information out there, thanks to the comprehensive coverage of marijuana growing techniques that exists today. Most new growers don’t need to know about tending to outdoor landrace sativas-they need to know how close to set their lights to their plants and when to water a soil mix. Marijuana Daily Gardening strips away all the unnecessary background noise and focuses, in an easy-to-follow and heavily illustrated way, on exactly how to take your grow room from empty to bursting with bud on your first-ever try.

Granting access to the grow notes of a trusted friend, this guide details the trials and tribulations that Henry faces through the daily tending of his plants, and unlike other grow books, doesn’t cover up the errors he makes or pretend that everything will go off without a hitch. Unlike other growers, Henry tells you when he’s burned his plants by placing them too close to the lights, so that you can learn from his mistake. He tells you when he got a little too drunk and forgot to water in the morning. He lets you know how not to do things, because he’s done it all!

With a diary-style layout, sidebars on important topics and fantastic full-color photos to drive the information home, this book is everything the rookie grower will ever need to walk them down the road to success.

Whether you know everything about sterilizing your pots and your space but can’t quite decide what lights to choose, or you’ve no idea about how to set up a grow space but are an expert in keeping thrips at bay, Marijuana Daily Gardening will endow you with all the knowledge you need to be a successful, consistent gardener-and all with the hands-on advice of a fellow rookie.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Conservative Internationalism by Henry R. Nau

Conservative Internationalism: Armed Diplomacy Under Jefferson, Polk, Truman, and Reagan by Henry R. Nau
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 363 MB
Overview: Debates about U.S. foreign policy have revolved around three main traditions – liberal internationalism, realism, and nationalism. In this audiobook, distinguished political scientist, Henry Nau, delves deeply into a fourth, overlooked foreign policy tradition that he calls "conservative internationalism." This approach spreads freedom, like liberal internationalism; arms diplomacy, like realism; and preserves national sovereignty, like nationalism. It targets a world of limited government or independent "sister republics," not a world of great power concerts or centralized international institutions.
Nau explores conservative internationalism in the foreign policies of Thomas Jefferson, James Polk, Harry Truman, and Ronald Reagan. These presidents did more than any others to expand the arc of freedom using a deft combination of force, diplomacy, and compromise. Since Reagan, presidents have swung back and forth among the main traditions, overreaching under Bush and now retrenching under Obama. Nau demonstrates that conservative internationalism offers an alternative way. It pursues freedom but not everywhere, prioritizing situations that border on existing free countries – Turkey, for example, rather than Iraq. It uses lesser force early to influence negotiations rather than greater force later, after negotiations fail. And it reaches timely compromises to cash in military leverage and sustain public support.
A groundbreaking revival of a neglected foreign policy tradition, Conservative Internationalism shows how the United States can effectively sustain global leadership while respecting the constraints of public will and material resources.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Conservative Internationalism by Henry R. Nau

Conservative Internationalism: Armed Diplomacy Under Jefferson, Polk, Truman, and Reagan by Henry R. Nau
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 363 MB
Overview: Debates about U.S. foreign policy have revolved around three main traditions – liberal internationalism, realism, and nationalism. In this audiobook, distinguished political scientist, Henry Nau, delves deeply into a fourth, overlooked foreign policy tradition that he calls "conservative internationalism." This approach spreads freedom, like liberal internationalism; arms diplomacy, like realism; and preserves national sovereignty, like nationalism. It targets a world of limited government or independent "sister republics," not a world of great power concerts or centralized international institutions.
Nau explores conservative internationalism in the foreign policies of Thomas Jefferson, James Polk, Harry Truman, and Ronald Reagan. These presidents did more than any others to expand the arc of freedom using a deft combination of force, diplomacy, and compromise. Since Reagan, presidents have swung back and forth among the main traditions, overreaching under Bush and now retrenching under Obama. Nau demonstrates that conservative internationalism offers an alternative way. It pursues freedom but not everywhere, prioritizing situations that border on existing free countries – Turkey, for example, rather than Iraq. It uses lesser force early to influence negotiations rather than greater force later, after negotiations fail. And it reaches timely compromises to cash in military leverage and sustain public support.
A groundbreaking revival of a neglected foreign policy tradition, Conservative Internationalism shows how the United States can effectively sustain global leadership while respecting the constraints of public will and material resources.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Dan Henry – Facebook Ads For Entrepreneurs

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An Unbroken Chain by Henry Oertelt

An Unbroken Chain: My Journey through the Nazi Holocaust (Holocaust) by Henry Oertelt
Requirements: PDF Reader 1.9 MB
Overview: In this amazing true-life account of the Holocaust, Henry Oertelt retraces the sequence of events that forever changed his destiny. Each event is broken down into eighteen separate incidents, all intrinsically linked to form the Chain of Life that kept him alive. Although often shocking, the remarkable events of Henry’s life will touch the lives and hearts of readers everywhere.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Biographies

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The Home Bar by Henry Jeffreys

The Home Bar: From simple bar carts to the ultimate in home bar design and drinks by Henry Jeffreys
Requirements: EPUB Reader 39.42 MB
Overview: ‘A thoroughly splendid and very persuasive paean to the glories of the home bar. If you have secretly dreamed of building a bar inside your house, then you need this book.’ Victoria Moore
Home Bar covers all aspects of home bar design in addition to offering inspiration adviceon how to create it; from which drinks to include, glassware and fridges, to recipes from some key bartenders and truly inspiring interiors. Whether you hanker after a small, stylish bar cart for a tiny urban apartment or are planning a bespoke entertainment space in your home, indoors or out, Home Bar is a comprehensive resource and a go-to inspirational manual of discerning drinks.
With exclusive access to the owner of Pernod Ricard’s own glamorous home bar in the south of France, this book will appeal to Mad Men fans, millenials for whom a homemade cocktail from a drinks trolley is the height of cool, and also to any discerning drinker fascinated by the mystique of soda syphons, cocktail kits and seriously interesting aperitifs and digestifs. Written by a leading authority on drink, Home Bar includes photographs from Simon Upton, one of the world’s leading interiors photographers working in exclusive homes. With images from major bar cart retailers too, this book is a beautiful, comprehensive and indispensable reference for cool drinks at home, anytime.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

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The Home Bar by Henry Jeffreys

The Home Bar: From simple bar carts to the ultimate in home bar design and drinks by Henry Jeffreys
Requirements: EPUB Reader 39.42 MB
Overview: ‘A thoroughly splendid and very persuasive paean to the glories of the home bar. If you have secretly dreamed of building a bar inside your house, then you need this book.’ Victoria Moore
Home Bar covers all aspects of home bar design in addition to offering inspiration adviceon how to create it; from which drinks to include, glassware and fridges, to recipes from some key bartenders and truly inspiring interiors. Whether you hanker after a small, stylish bar cart for a tiny urban apartment or are planning a bespoke entertainment space in your home, indoors or out, Home Bar is a comprehensive resource and a go-to inspirational manual of discerning drinks.
With exclusive access to the owner of Pernod Ricard’s own glamorous home bar in the south of France, this book will appeal to Mad Men fans, millenials for whom a homemade cocktail from a drinks trolley is the height of cool, and also to any discerning drinker fascinated by the mystique of soda syphons, cocktail kits and seriously interesting aperitifs and digestifs. Written by a leading authority on drink, Home Bar includes photographs from Simon Upton, one of the world’s leading interiors photographers working in exclusive homes. With images from major bar cart retailers too, this book is a beautiful, comprehensive and indispensable reference for cool drinks at home, anytime.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

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Composition, Chromaticism & the… by Henry Burnett +

Composition, Chromaticism and the Developmental Process by Henry Burnett, Roy Nitzberg
Requirements: .PDF reader, 11.3 MB
Overview: Musicology, having been transmitted as a compilation of disparate events and disciplines, has long necessitated a ‘magic bullet’, a ‘unified field theory’ so to speak, that can interpret the steady metamorphosis of Western art music from late medieval modality to twentieth-century atonality within a single theoretical construct. Without that magic bullet, discussions of this kind are increasingly complicated and, to make matters worse, the validity of any transformational models and ideas of the natural evolution of styles is questioned and even frowned upon today as epitomizing a grotesque teleological bigotry. Going against current thinking, Henry Burnett and Roy Nitzberg claim that the teleological approach to observing stylistic change is still valid when considered from the purely compositional perspective. The authors challenge the traditional understanding of development, and advance a new theory of eleven-pitch tonality as it relates to the corpus of Western composition. The book plots the evolution of tonality and its bearing on style and the compositional process itself. The theory is not based on the diatonic aspect of the various tonal systems exploited by composers; rather, the theory is chromatically based – the chromatically inflected octave being the source not only of a highly ingenious developmental dialectic, but also encompassing the moment-to-moment progression of the musical narrative itself. Even the most profound teachings of Schenker, and the often startlingly original and worthwhile speculations of Riemann, Tovey, Dahlhaus and others, still provide no theory of development and so are ultimately unable to unite the various tendrils of the compositional organism into a unified whole. Burnett and Nitzberg move beyond existing theory and analysis to base their theory from the standpoint of chromatic ‘pitch fields’. These fields are the specific chromatic pitch choices that a composer uses to inform and design a complete composition, utilizing
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Composition, Chromaticism & Developmental… by Henry Burnett

Composition, Chromaticism and the Developmental Process by Henry Burnett, Roy Nitzberg
Requirements: .PDF reader, 11.3 MB
Overview: Musicology, having been transmitted as a compilation of disparate events and disciplines, has long necessitated a ‘magic bullet’, a ‘unified field theory’ so to speak, that can interpret the steady metamorphosis of Western art music from late medieval modality to twentieth-century atonality within a single theoretical construct. Without that magic bullet, discussions of this kind are increasingly complicated and, to make matters worse, the validity of any transformational models and ideas of the natural evolution of styles is questioned and even frowned upon today as epitomizing a grotesque teleological bigotry. Going against current thinking, Henry Burnett and Roy Nitzberg claim that the teleological approach to observing stylistic change is still valid when considered from the purely compositional perspective. The authors challenge the traditional understanding of development, and advance a new theory of eleven-pitch tonality as it relates to the corpus of Western composition. The book plots the evolution of tonality and its bearing on style and the compositional process itself. The theory is not based on the diatonic aspect of the various tonal systems exploited by composers; rather, the theory is chromatically based – the chromatically inflected octave being the source not only of a highly ingenious developmental dialectic, but also encompassing the moment-to-moment progression of the musical narrative itself. Even the most profound teachings of Schenker, and the often startlingly original and worthwhile speculations of Riemann, Tovey, Dahlhaus and others, still provide no theory of development and so are ultimately unable to unite the various tendrils of the compositional organism into a unified whole. Burnett and Nitzberg move beyond existing theory and analysis to base their theory from the standpoint of chromatic ‘pitch fields’. These fields are the specific chromatic pitch choices that a composer uses to inform and design a complete composition, utilizing
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Henry V: New Interpretations by Gwilym Dodd

Henry V: New Interpretations by Gwilym Dodd
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.6 MB
Overview: Henry V (1413-22) is widely acclaimed as the most successful late medieval English king. In his short reign of nine and a half years, he re-imposed the rule of law, made the crown solvent, decisively crushed heresy, achieved a momentous victory at the battle of Agincourt (1415), and negotiated a remarkably favourable settlement for the English over the French in the Treaty of Troyes (1420). Above all, he restored the reputation of the English monarchy and united the English people behind the crown following decades of upheaval and political turmoil. But who was the man behind these achievements? What explains his success? How did he acquire such a glorious reputation? The ground-breaking essays contained in this volume provide the first concerted investigation of these questions in over two decades. Contributions range broadly across the period of Henry’s life, including his early years as Prince of Wales. They consider how Henry raised the money to fund his military campaigns and how his subjects responded to these financial exactions; how he secured royal authority in the localities and cultivated support within the political community; and how he consolidated his rule in France and earned for himself a reputation as the archetypal late medieval warrior king.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Henry N. Raymond – Learn in Your Car: Spanish, the Complete Language Course

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