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War Made Easy by Norman Solomon

Title War Made Easy
Author Norman Solomon
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Release 2005-06-24
Category Political Science
Total Pages 314
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author interrogates the history of propaganda in the U.S., revealing a long history of presidential administrations who "spin" war to make it more palatable for the majority of Americans.

U S Citizenship Made Easy by Felicia Okeke-Ibezim

Title U S Citizenship Made Easy
Author Felicia Okeke-Ibezim
Publisher Ekwike Books & Publishing
Release 2001-04
Category Citizenship
Total Pages 28
ISBN 9780966159820
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title U S Presidents and Latin American Interventions
Author Michael Grow
Publisher
Release 2008
Category History
Total Pages 266
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reveals how Cold War U.S. presidents intervened in Latin America not, as the official argument stated, to protect economic interests or war off perceived national security threats, but rather as a way of responding to questions about strength and credibility both globally and at home.

Air Force One by Kenneth T. Walsh

Title Air Force One
Author Kenneth T. Walsh
Publisher Hyperion
Release 2003-05-14
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781401300043
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the award-winning chief White House correspondent for U.S. News & World Report comes the definitive history of Air Force One. From FDR's prop-driven Pan Am to the glimmering blue and white jumbo 747 on which George W. Bush travels, the president's plane has captured the public's awe and imagination, and is recognized around the world as a symbol of American power. In this unique book, Kenneth Walsh looks at the decisions that our last 12 presidents made on the plane; the personality traits and peccadilloes they revealed when their guard was down; and the way they each established a distinctive mood aboard that was a reflection of their times, as well as their individual personalities. Based on interviews with four living presidents, scores of past and present White House officials, and staff and crew members of Air Force One, Walsh's book reveals countless fascinating stories of life aboard the "flying White House." It also features descriptions of the food, the decor, the bedrooms, the medical clinic, and much more -- as well as remarkable photos of the planes (inside and out) and the presidents.

The Two American Presidents by Bruce Chadwick

Title The Two American Presidents
Author Bruce Chadwick
Publisher Citadel Press
Release 1999
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 490
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first dual biography of two great leaders furnishes a comprehensive, heavily researched study that compares the two men and reaches firm conclusions about the Civil War that transformed the United States.

Title American Labor History Made Easy
Author Eric Leif Davin
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2009
Category History
Total Pages 328
ISBN 0578006006
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A brief history of American workers from 1800-2000. Not primarily an institutional history, that is, a history of unions, although unions figure prominently where appropriate. For the most part, this is about the lives of ordinary workers, people like you and me, and how they struggled to build better lives for themselves in changing and often hostile circumstances. Dr. Eric Leif Davin has taught labor history at the University of Pittsburgh for more than 20 years and won the Eugene V. Debs Award for his writing on labor history.

To Create a New World by John Allphin Moore

Title To Create a New World
Author John Allphin Moore
Publisher Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Release 1999
Category Political Science
Total Pages 378
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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To Create a New World? describes the influence of U.S. presidents from FDR to Bill Clinton on the creation, development, policies, and reform of the United Nations. This book highlights idealism, American exceptionalism, and realism as motivating ideas in each president's approach toward the world body. From the moment of Woodrow Wilson's efforts to breathe life into the League of Nations at Versailles to the onset of the new millennium, presidential administrations have had to balance instinctive American idealist notions of international cooperation with realist concerns to defend and preserve U.S. interests. The resultant tension in U.S. policy toward the United Nations provides the book's motif.

Numerology Made Easy by Anupam Kapil

Title Numerology Made Easy
Author Anupam Kapil
Publisher Penguin Books India
Release 2001-04-02
Category
Total Pages 218
ISBN 9780141004235
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How Do Numbers Affect Your Life? What Makes A Number Lucky For One Person And Unlucky For Another? How Do You Calculate Your Fate And Destiny Numbers? What Are The Colours That Suit Your Personality Best And Are Guaranteed To Carry You Through Difficult Times? This Comprehensive Introduction To Numerology Answers These And Many More Questions About The Impact Numbers Have On Your Life, Career And Personal Relationships. It Guides You Through The Calculations Required For The Application Of Numerological Principles. It Also Sets Out In An Easy-To-Follow Format The Characteristics Of Different Numbers And The Ways In Which They Combine. Lucidly Written For Easy Use, Yet Detailed In Its Scope And Application, Numerology Made Easy Is The One Book That Anyone Interested In Numbers Absolutely Must Read.

Title U S Presidents For Dummies with Online Practice
Author Marcus A. Stadelmann
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2020-06-16
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages
ISBN 1119748631
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discover how the Oval Office’s occupants have made and make history Which one was the tallest? Which one fought a duel? Which had liquor smuggled into the White House during Prohibition? And why is the president even called the president in the first place? From periwigs and knee breeches to the 24-hour news cycle and presidential Tweets, the fascinating and colorful stories of the 45 incumbents are a powerful lens through which to view U.S. history and get insight into the present. Taking readers on a fact-filled journey through two centuries, this book examines how each individual obtained their dream (or nightmare) position, what they stood for (or against), achieved (or didn’t), and how their actions affected the country—for better or worse. And—remembering that presidents are people too—it shows how the personal really can be political, exploring how each president’s vision, strengths, and foibles helped or hindered them in building the country and their own legacy. Accessible biographies of all presidents Sidebars, timelines, and photos Lists of best and worst administrations Bonus online content, including quizzes galore to help build retention Whether you’re a student, a history buff—or are even interested in becoming president yourself one day—U. S. Presidents For Dummies is the perfect guide to what it takes to be leader of the free world, who has stepped up to that challenge, and how those personal histories can help us understand yesterday’s, today’s, and even tomorrow’s union.

American Presidential Elections by Jeffrey A. Smith

Title American Presidential Elections
Author Jeffrey A. Smith
Publisher Greenwood
Release 1980
Category Political participation
Total Pages 207
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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