Oka: A Political Crisis and Its Legacy by Harry Swain

Oka: A Political Crisis and Its Legacy by Harry Swain
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Overview: On July 11, 1990, tension between white and Mohawk people at Oka, just west of Montreal, took a violent turn. At issue was the town’s plan to turn a piece of disputed land in the community of Kanesatake into a golf course. Media footage of rock-throwing white residents and armed, masked Mohawk Warriors facing police across barricades shocked the world and galvanized Aboriginal people across the continent. In August, Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa called for the Canadian army to step in.

Harry Swain was deputy minister of Indian Affairs throughout the 78 -day standoff, and his recreation of events is dramatic and opinionated. Swain writes frankly about his own role and offers fascinating profiles of the high-level players on the government’s side. Swain offers rare insight into the workings of government in a time of crisis, but he also traces what he calls the 200-year tail of history and shows how the Mohawk experience reflects the collision between European and Aboriginal cultures.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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X-Men: The Legacy Quest Trilogy Omnibus


X-Men: The Legacy Quest Trilogy Omnibus
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Legacy And Baking: 30 Top-notch British Baking …

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Viking Legacy by Torgrim Titlestad

Viking Legacy A cornerstone of World Civilization by Torgrim Titlestad
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Overview: More than marauders and bloodthirsty conquerors, the Vikings were builders of a civilization which influence may still be seen in the modern world. The Viking Age is arguably one of the most fascinating epochs in history, and in this book, a new narrative is presented based on Viking history as it is told in the Norse Sagas.

Viking Legacy represents a new generation of books exploring the Viking Age. By integrating the Saga literature with other sources, a more complete picture emerges of this increasingly popular era, and a civilization that would change the course of history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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The Romantic Legacy of Charles Dickens by Peter Cook

The Romantic Legacy of Charles Dickens by Peter Cook
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Overview: This book explores the relationship between Dickens and canonical Romantic authors: Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Percy and Mary Shelley, and Keats. Addressing a significant gap in Dickens studies, four topics are identified: Childhood, Time, Progress, and Outsiders, which together constitute the main aspects of Dickens’s debt to the Romantics. Through close readings of key Romantic texts, and eight of Dickens’s novels, Peter Cook investigates how Dickens utilizes Romantic tropes to express his responses to the exponential growth of post-revolutionary industrial, technological culture and its effects on personal life and relationships. In this close study of Dickensian Romanticism, Cook demonstrates the enduring relevance of Dickens and the Romantics to contemporary culture.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Bob Proctor – Living the Legacy

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The Colonial Legacy in Somalia by Paolo Tripodi

The Colonial Legacy in Somalia: Rome and Mogadishu: from Colonial Administration to Operation Restore Hope by Paolo Tripodi
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Overview: The Colonial Legacy in Somalia is an investigation into the relationship between Rome and Mogadishu, from the period of colonial administration to the recent dramatic events of Operation Restore Hope. It defines the first Italian incursions in the Horn of Africa, the history of the expansionist plans of an imperial late comer, such as Italy, and explores the decade of the Trusteeship Administration from 1950-1960 when Italy tried to introduce a new state system in Mogadishu: It analyzes the events of the 1970s and 1980s when Siad Barre’s regime, in spite of his repressive and violent attitude, enjoyed strong support from the former colonial power. The book demonstrates a love-hate relationship between Rome and Mogadishu in the colonial and postcolonial period and examines the consequences of this interaction.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Legacy and Baking by Molly Mills

Legacy and Baking: 30 Top-notch British Baking Recipes for Generations to Come by Molly Mills
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Overview: We all have that one family member that is the world’s best cook. We always want to have their own dishes when we gather round for that family bonding time. It could be your aunt, your first cousin, or maybe your married sister that moved away to start her own family. All these may be the case for some of us, but most of us, we have grandma’s recipe book that was given to her by her grandma, and her grandma before her. Cooking is almost a tradition for most families, and the British have a long whole list of baking history and past.

It is no hidden fact the love the Brits have for pastries and lovely confectioneries. This love has not just been for centuries but has been passed down from one generation to the other. So if you want to have beautifully baked scones or some tasty Scottish shortbread or cakes and pies tickle your fancy, this baking book was designed for you. It will be the guide you need to have your own recipes in time for your own grandkids, hence, a new family legacy and tradition. Come on! Start creating now!
Genre: Non-Fiction, Food & Drink

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Rosa Luxemburg: Her Life and Legacy by Jason Schulman

Rosa Luxemburg: Her Life and Legacy by Jason Schulman
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Overview: As the global economic crisis brought about a reinvigorated analysis of Marxist and socialist study, a reevaluation of Rosa Luxemburg’s political philosophy and cosmopolitan pedagogy emerged as an important consideration within the global resurgence in socialist thought. This rethinking of socialism and assessment of Luxemburg’s legacy engendered much debate within the pages of New Politics in summer of 2001, creating a space for dialogue that appraised and evaluated socialist metaphysics, human emancipation, and Luxemburg’s legacy within the canon of political philosophy. In this volume, Jason Schulman has put together the debates from New Politics into a comprehensive title-providing a revised, expanded outlet for the engaging scholarship that emerged from the journal’s pages. Featuring new content and an interview with a leading political theorist, the book casts new light on the debate over Marxist approaches to societal ills while assessing the politics of socialism.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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The Marxian Legacy by Dick Howard

The Marxian Legacy: The Search for the New Left (Political Philosophy and Public Purpose), 3rd Edition by Dick Howard
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Overview: The Marxian Legacy, first published in 1977 and released in a second edition in 1988, was and remains distinct in its view of Marxian theory as ‘critique, ‘ aware of its own origins and limitations and self-conscious about its own historical rootedness in changing social and political conditions. This new and fully revised third edition retains the original synthesis of the divergent traditions of German, critical, and French Marxisms into a living Marxian legacy that changes and reconceptualizes itself, while also providing a new critical introduction and concluding chapter.

Such a re-evaluation of the Marxian legacy, which was urgent in the 1970s when the United States was caught up in imperial wars and domestic as well as racial conflict, remains relevant today when-as was the case nearly half a century ago-Marx’s legacy has largely been forgotten and yet remains as a symbol of radical thinking that could inspire the new movements. The Marxian Legacy, 3rd Edition retains the freshness of discovery from those times while fully updating the text for our contemporary moment, and adding two features: a philosophical closure; and, a perspective on what was possible then, and what remains to be done today.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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The Intentional Legacy by David McAlvany

The Intentional Legacy by David McAlvany
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 225 MB
Overview: Will your children value their legacy? The history of the world is the story of great financial, cultural and ethical legacies built in one generation, only to be squandered by second and third generations who were unwilling and unprepared for the roles and responsibilities that accompany them. It is a problem that troubles wealth managers, social theorists, and, of course, parents.
Solving the problem requires intentionality the process of careful thought and preparation concerning the most critical details that will shape your family and its future. To be intentional is to decide that you will be self-conscious about the way you live your life and shape the legacy you hope to bequeath to the next generations.
In The Intentional Legacy, David McAlvany brings a fresh perspective to this old subject. Drawing from more than 50 years of experience in a multigenerational wealth management firm, as well as his own personal failures and successes, David presents a strategy for reverse engineering your life. Most importantly, he presents a redemptive ethic for family prosperity based on love, forgiveness, and non-contingent relationships.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Intentional Legacy [Audiobook]

The Intentional Legacy [Audiobook]

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Poisoned Legacy by Aidan Dodson

Poisoned Legacy The Fall of the Nineteenth Egyptian Dynasty by Aidan Dodson
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Overview: After the death of RamesesII, the Nineteenth Dynasty, soon fell into decline and familial conflict, culminating in a final civil war that ended with the accession of a new dynasty. Sethy I and Rameses II’s promotion of a concept of a wider ‘royal family’ may have sown the seeds for the conflicts among their descendants. Aidan Dodson explores the mysteries of the origins of the usurper-king Amenmeses and the career of the ‘king-maker’ of the period, the chancellor Bay. Having helped to install at least one pharaoh on the throne, Bay’s life was ended by his abrupt execution, ordered by the woman with whom he had shared the regency of Egypt for the young and disabled King Siptah. Finally, the author considers how that woman-Tawosret-became the last true female pharaoh, and how she finally lost her throne to the founder of the Twentieth Dynasty, Sethnakhte.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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One Legacy of Paul F. Brandwein by Deborah C. Fort

One Legacy of Paul F. Brandwein: Creating Scientists By Deborah C. Fort
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Overview: This book includes a brief biography of Paul Brandwein, but its most vital contribution are the essays about Paul F. Brandwein’s teaching that encouraged a number of the high school students he taught between 1944 and 1954 at Forest Hills High School in New York to become some of America’s most important scientists. In addition to the individual essays, there are cross-sectional study of the surveys returned by the 29 "Brandwein alumni," located by Richard Lewontin, James Friend, the late Walter Rosen, and Deborah Fort over the years since Paul Brandwein’s death in 1994. Creating Scientists might point the way to a replicable method that teachers (often, in addition, serving as mentors) could follow in encouraging their precollege students with a bent for science to choose to follow that inclination into postsecondary studies and eventually careers in science, mathematics, engineering, medical, and technical fields. "Once again, our nation has a powerful need for a revolution devoted to creating scientists. As we face the challenges of climate change, global competitiveness, biodiversity loss, energy needs, and dwindling food supplies, we find ourselves in a period where both scientific literacy and the pool of next-generation scientists are dwindling.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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