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Death of A Nation

Author: D. B. Lantz
Publsiher: Xulon Press
Total Pages: 164
Release: 2010-09
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1609579445
Rating: 4.9/5 (45 downloads)

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In the year 2041, we find a very different country than the one we have all learned to love. This new country is called America. The economy is solely based upon the production of food. Now, more than ever, America feeds the entire world. With the demise of the United States the world has entered a very dark period. The beacon of hope for all mankind has been extinguished. The world has not seen any advancement in the fields of industry, medicine or culture. The nation's religion is based upon worshiping the green earth. Long gone are the days when the people fell to their knees and prayed to the heavens above. The clean sky and clear water, that which we can see and feel, have replaced blind faith. The new world order has replaced freedom and liberty with a redistribution of wealth, except there is no wealth! The individual citizen has no room in their lives for anything other than the will of the State, devotion must be total. Change is what "we the people" wanted and our government delivered upon its promise, and fundamentally changed it all. Gone from the face of the earth and most people's memory is the United States of America. The King and the ruling class do all of the thinking and planning for what's best for everyone. No longer do the citizens suffer the stress that freedom, liberty, and self determination can bring into their lives. The ruling class is separate from the workers, but all work hard for the well-being of the State.

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Death of a Nation

Author: Dinesh D'Souza
Publsiher: All Points Books
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2018-07-31
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1250167825
Rating: 4.7/5 (25 downloads)

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Now a major motion picture! Who is killing America? Is it really Donald Trump and a GOP filled with white supremacists? In a major new work of historical revisionism, Dinesh D’Souza makes the provocative case that Democrats are the ones killing America by turning it into a massive nanny state modeled on the Southern plantation system. This sweeping alternative history of the Democratic Party goes back to its foundations in the antebellum South. The slaveholding elite devised the plantation as a means of organizing labor and political support. It was a mini welfare state, a cradle to grave system that bred dependency and punished any urge to independence. This model impressed northern Democrats, inspiring the political machines that traded government handouts for votes from ethnic immigrant blocs. Today's Democrats have expanded to a multiracial plantation of ghettos for blacks, barrios for Latinos, and reservations for Native Americans. Whites are the only holdouts resisting full dependency, and so they are blamed for the bigotry and racial exploitation that is actually perpetrated by the left. Death of a Nation's bracing alternative vision of American history explains the Democratic Party's dark past, reinterprets the roles of figures like Van Buren, FDR and LBJ, and exposes the hidden truth that racism comes not from Trump or the conservative right but rather from Democrats and progressives on the left.

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The Death of the Nation and the Future of the Arab Revolution

Author: Vijay Prashad
Publsiher: Univ of California Press
Total Pages: 246
Release: 2016-09-13
Genre: History
ISBN: 0520293266
Rating: 4.3/5 (66 downloads)

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This fast-paced and timely book from Vijay Prashad is the best critical primer to the Middle East conflicts today, from Syria and Saudi Arabia to the chaos in Turkey. Mixing thrilling anecdotes from street-level reporting that give readers a sense of what is at stake with a bird's-eye view of the geopolitics of the region and the globe, Prashad guides us through the dramatic changes in players, politics, and economics in the Middle East over the last five years. “The Arab Spring was defeated neither in the byways of Tahrir Square nor in the souk of Aleppo,” he explains. “It was defeated roundly in the palaces of Riyadh and Ankara as well as in Washington, DC and Paris.” The heart of this book explores the turmoil in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon—countries where ISIS emerged and is thriving. It is here that the story of the region rests. What would a post-ISIS Middle East look like? Who will listen to the grievances of the people? Can there be another future for the region that is not the return of the security state or the continuation of monarchies? Placing developments in the Middle East in the broader context of revolutionary history, The Death of the Nation tackles these critical questions.

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Nietzsche and the Politics of Reaction

Author: Matthew McManus
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2023-02-01
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 3031136357
Rating: 4.6/5 (57 downloads)

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This book is intended as a major interdisciplinary contribution to the study of Nietzsche’s thought in particular, and the political right more generally. Historically the assessment of Nietzsche’s politics has ranged from denouncing him as a forerunner to Nazism to claiming he effectively did not have articulated political convictions. During the latter half of the 20th century he surprisingly became a major theoretical influence on a variety of post-structuralist radical critics, who saw in his perspectivism and genealogy of power useful tools to critique existent structures of domination. This collection of essays reframes the debate by looking at Nietzsche’s constructive political project defending aristocratic values from the levelling influence of the herd and its liberal, socialist, and democratic spokesmen. The essays will also explore how this defense of aristocratic values continues to have an influence on the political right, inspiring moderates like Jordan Peterson and far right authors and activists like Aleksandr Dugin and Steve Bannon.

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Author: Laura Silber
Publsiher: National Geographic Books
Total Pages: 0
Release: 1997-02-01
Genre: History
ISBN: 0140262636
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"The most authoritative account in English or any other language about how the war began."—The Washington Post Book World. "An essential resource for anyone of the conflict."—The New York Times Book Review.

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Death Nation

Author: Matthew B. Robinson
Publsiher: Prentice Hall
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2008
Genre: True Crime
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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For courses in Capital Punishment, The Death Penalty, Policy Analysis/Policy Evaluation/Public Policy and Social Problems. Based on empirical evidence, Death Nation offers a fair and reasoned analysis of capital punishment as it is actually practiced in the United States. It includes a discussion of death penalty history, an analysis of the death penalty law and a discussion of various policy implications. Rather than present philosophical or moral arguments, it presents findings from a survey administered to dozens of capital punishment experts throughout the United States. Included in the book are fact check sections that analyze these expert opinions for accuracy based on available empirical evidence.

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Life During a Nation's Death

Author: Jeff Brooks
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2012-03-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1468563947
Rating: 4.3/5 (47 downloads)

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As the American way of life ground to its ultimate demise, people continued to live their lives, or the lives handed to them, by circumstance and fate. Most, like Kirby Taylor, were simply unconcerned and had never put more than a cursory thought towards the world around them. Now that the end was in sight, they simply switched gears to, “So, what do you want me to do about it?” Nancy Shepherd and others like her had spent their lives fighting what they thought was the good fight, only to realize in the end that it was that unyielding, uncompromising attitude which was part and parcel to blame. Some, like Rick Kyle, who had always lived on the edge, now realized that there were new opportunities rising out of the chaos of those end days. They simply switched gears and pressed on to what appeared to be even greater rewards. Finally, there were the Shelia Vonsteins, embittered by disrupted lives and careers, who were obliged to take whatever crumbs they could. They would try to make the best of their lives while at the same time being forever fish out of water. Does the human spirit triumph in the worst of times? Sometimes it does, and sometimes it is merely crushed under foot. Our children and grandchildren will ultimately find out.

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Constantine and the Captive Christians of Persia

Author: Kyle Smith
Publsiher: Univ of California Press
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2016-01-19
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 0520964209
Rating: 4.4/5 (9 downloads)

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It is widely believed that the Emperor Constantine’s conversion to Christianity politicized religious allegiances, dividing the Christian Roman Empire from the Zoroastrian Sasanian Empire and leading to the persecution of Christians in Persia. This account, however, is based on Greek ecclesiastical histories and Syriac martyrdom narratives that date to centuries after the fact. In this groundbreaking study, Kyle Smith analyzes diverse Greek, Latin, and Syriac sources to show that there was not a single history of fourth-century Mesopotamia. By examining the conflicting hagiographical and historical evidence, Constantine and the Captive Christians of Persia presents an evocative and evolving portrait of the first Christian emperor, uncovering how Syriac Christians manipulated the image of their western Christian counterparts to fashion their own political and religious identities during this century of radical change.

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India Changes Course

Author: Paul R. Dettman
Publsiher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2001
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780275973087
Rating: 4.5/5 (73 downloads)

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This study describes and analyzes the significant political events that occurred between the fiftieth anniversary of Indian Independence and the coming of the third millennium. It challenges much of the prevailing public image of India based upon the mistaken notion that it is still the country of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The caste-less society that was identified in its Constitution as one of free India's goals has become a society in which the salience of caste membership is greater today than in 1947.

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The Pleasures of Woman: Poems, Sensations, Songs, and Stories about the Supernatural Dimensions of Woman

Author: Ph. D. Scott German
Total Pages: 172
Release: 2005-11
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 1411661273
Rating: 4.1/5 (73 downloads)

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The Pleasures of Woman, quite simply, is a book of medicine for human sexuality. It is a salve to cleanse and heal our wounds of confusion and anger, and dull sleepy our fears and self-obsessions. It is an intimate conversation from the heart to women and men of all ages, who have the heart to understand. It is a new erection of the classics in man, by rediscovering the nature and imaginations which make him classic. It is a mythological dream of woman, spawned from the alphabet of Adam's affections, and the depths of all men's needs. It is poetry written from and for the deepest, most sacred parts of the human being. Words that tenderly nourish the unblossomed flower of man's purest and sweetest sense of innocence and intimacy, by empowering, exalting and adoring women's most natural, intoxicating, and surreal dimensions of femininity; lavishing upon women the savory epiphanies and rapturous delights of eternal womanhood; and creating a world of joy, brightness, peace, and hope.

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The Military Memoir and Romantic Literary Culture, 1780–1835

Author: Neil Ramsey
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 282
Release: 2016-12-05
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1351885677
Rating: 4.5/5 (77 downloads)

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Examining the memoirs and autobiographies of British soldiers during the Romantic period, Neil Ramsey explores the effect of these as cultural forms mediating warfare to the reading public during and immediately after the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Forming a distinct and commercially successful genre that in turn inspired the military and nautical novels that flourished in the 1830s, military memoirs profoundly shaped nineteenth-century British culture's understanding of war as Romantic adventure, establishing images of the nation's middle-class soldier heroes that would be of enduring significance through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. As Ramsey shows, the military memoir achieved widespread acclaim and commercial success among the reading public of the late Romantic era. Ramsey assesses their influence in relation to Romantic culture's wider understanding of war writing, autobiography, and authorship and to the shifting relationships between the individual, the soldier, and the nation. The memoirs, Ramsey argues, participated in a sentimental response to the period's wars by transforming earlier, impersonal traditions of military memoirs into stories of the soldier's personal suffering. While the focus on suffering established in part a lasting strand of anti-war writing in memoirs by private soldiers, such stories also helped to foster a sympathetic bond between the soldier and the civilian that played an important role in developing ideas of a national war and functioned as a central component in a national commemoration of war.

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The Scottish Enlightenment and the French Revolution

Author: Anna Plassart
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages:
Release: 2015-05-12
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1316300323
Rating: 4.0/5 (23 downloads)

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Historians of ideas have traditionally discussed the significance of the French Revolution through the prism of several major interpretations, including the commentaries of Burke, Tocqueville and Marx. This book argues that the Scottish Enlightenment offered an alternative and equally powerful interpretative framework for the Revolution, which focused on the transformation of the polite, civilised moeurs that had defined the 'modernity' analysed by Hume and Smith in the eighteenth century. The Scots observed what they understood as a military- and democracy-led transformation of European modern morals and concluded that the real historical significance of the Revolution lay in the transformation of warfare, national feelings and relations between states, war and commerce that characterised the post-revolutionary international order. This book recovers the Scottish philosophers' powerful discussion of the nature of post-revolutionary modernity and shows that it is essential to our understanding of nineteenth-century political thought.

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Death of a Nation

Author: Ray C. Stedman
Publsiher: W Publishing Group
Total Pages: 242
Release: 1976
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780876808771
Rating: 4.6/5 (87 downloads)

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The Peterson magazine

Total Pages:
Release: 1863
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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The Congressional Globe

Author: United States. Congress
Total Pages: 878
Release: 1852
Genre: Law
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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Author: William Jenks
Total Pages:
Release: 1859
Genre: Bible
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