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Where We Go From Here

Author : Bernie Sanders
ISBN : 9781785904684
Genre : Political Science
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During his campaign for President in 2016, Senator Bernie Sanders stated over and over again that the future of America was dependent upon its willingness to start a political revolution. Real change never occurs from the top down – it always happens from the bottom up. That’s what he said when he ran for President, and that’s what he believes now more than ever. At a time of massive and growing wealth inequality, with the US moving closer and closer to an oligarchic form of society, and in the shadow of the most reactionary Presidency in the history of the Republic, Sanders is calling for an unprecedented grassroots political movement to stand up to the greed of the billionaire class and the politicians they own. And the good news is, progress is being made. In this important new book, America's most popular political figure speaks about what he's been doing to oppose the Trump agenda and strengthen the progressive movement, how America can go forward as a nation and the impact that can have on the global stage. In an era that leaves many would-be liberal and progressive voters feeling frustrated about politics, Bernie Sanders shows what he stands for, not just what he stands against. In this book, he details the core values of the progressive movement and translates them into the actions that will truly uplift the nation and the world.

Bernie Or Bust

Author : @BernieOrBust
ISBN : 9781480948853
Genre : Social Science
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Bernie or Bust By: @BernieOrBust with Patrick Walker Author @BernieOrBust and Patrick Walker started the Bernie or Bust movement of 2016. This book is an effort to tell the story of how they accomplished this feat and to correct the record of distortion created by the media about the movement. The authors include a manifesto for their movement going forward. They want readers to understand the need for revolution in the U.S. and to join the #leverage movement. Bernie or Bust: Pioneers of Electoral Revolt provides a unique look at the initiation and operation of a grassroots political campaign that gives a remarkably nuts and bolts picture which will be of interest to other activists, to voters and to all those who want to better comprehend the provocative dynamics of the recent election.

Bernie Sanders He Would Have Been Elected President 2016

Author : Dr. Jannay P. Valdez
ISBN : 9781387620807
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How Bernie Won

Author : Jeff Weaver
ISBN : 9781250144768
Genre : Political Science
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The brilliant manager of Bernie Sanders’s 2016 presidential campaign shows how Bernie took on the entire establishment and changed modern American politics for good. When Jeff Weaver hopped in a car with Bernie Sanders in the summer of 1986, he had no idea the Vermont backroads would lead them all the way to the 2016 presidential campaign. In How Bernie Won, Weaver shows how Bernie sparked a movement that would sweep America and inspire millions. He vowed not to run a negative campaign. He would focus on policies, not personalities. He would not be beholden to big money. He would actually make America work for ordinary people. Weaver also shows how they overcame significant challenges: A media that thrived on negative campaigns. A party controlled by insiders. And a political system dependent on big money. Weaver explains how Bernie beat them all and, in doing so, went from having little national name recognition when he entered to the race to being one of the most respected and well-known people in the world by its end—because, Weaver argues, Bernie won the race. He moved the discussion from the concerns of the 1% to those of the 99%. He forced the Democrats to remember their populist roots. And he showed that an outsider with real ideas and ways to get them done could compete and win against the establishment’s hand-picked candidate. From holding bags of “Bernie buttons” and picket-stick signs, to managing thousands of campaign workers, to looking ahead to 2020, Weaver chronicles the birth of a revolution that didn’t end in November 2016. It’s only just begun.

Bernie And I

Author : Dennis Zaffram
ISBN : 9781469112602
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Bernie and I is a book about a man’s experiences with dogs from childhood to old age, and his dog Bernie.

Bernie You Re A Bootlegger

Author : Joan Winghart Wilcox Sullivan
ISBN : 9781426934537
Genre : History
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When the Prohibition era arrives in 1920, it changes the lives of almost every person living in America, including Bernie Winghart. Instead of pursuing a career as a factory worker or mechanic, Bernie vows to "save the people" from the bad liquor that's killing them. He teams up with his brother, Joe Winghart Jr., and his sister-in-law, Mayme Schaller Winghart, to illegally sell alcohol to the masses. Known as the "Bootlegging Trio," they profit handsomely. Even so, this formerly upstanding family from upstate New York is now part of a secret underworld of lawbreakers that includes sinister gangsters. There is danger everywhere, and Bernie is so intimidated that he vows never to marry until he's out of the business. He goes from woman to woman, breaking hearts. Told through the perspective of the bootleggers' daughter, "Bernie, You're a Bootlegger!" gives a glimpse into how Prohibition affected one family and an entire nation until it was declared a failure.

Bernie Williams

Author : Cliff Mills
ISBN : 9781438100432
Genre : Baseball players
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During his 16-year MLB career, Bernie Williams has helped bring four World Championships to the New York Yankees. Widely considered one of the best-hitting center fielders of all time, Williams is celebrated for being a fast and graceful fielder as well. Williams is Major League Baseball's all-time leader in postseason home runs (22) and runs batted in (80) and ranks second only to Lou Gehrig in career doubles by a Yankee with 534. And his talents go beyond the baseball field: an accomplished jazz guitarist and composer, Williams has an album, The Journey Within, and a writing contract with Paul McCartney's music publishing company under his belt. Baseball fans will be intrigued to learn about these and other fun facts in this colorful and inviting new biography of the multitalented Bernie Williams.

Bernie Magruder And The Disappearing Bodies

Author : Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
ISBN : 9780689841279
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Something is wrong at the Bessledorf Hotel as bodies, both dead and alive, are moved in and out of the establishment, so Bernie decides to take the case to find out the real scoop of what is taking place. Originally published as The Bodies in the Bessledorf Hotel. Original.

Bernie

Author : MARK WESTON
ISBN : 9781418460341
Genre : Nature
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Bernie is a book for all ages. It has become very popular in India and the SAARC countries bordering India. Finally, the novel has become available throughout the United States through First Books. Lost and abandoned dogs on a vacation island off the coast of Maine, discover the meanings and answers to life through Wolf, an aged Saint Bernard. He shares his knowledge and philosophies with Bernie, a young black Labrador retriever, and other canines. Wolf acquires his scholarly brilliance from listening for all of his 18 years, to his master, an English college professor reading from the classics, the Bible, history and other valuable works. Bernie proves to be a motivated student who applies and matures under the tutelage of his Saint Bernard mentor. The lessons Bernie acquired are eventually applied in dealing with life’s predicaments. As in life, youth must be served and Bernie replaces Wolf as the able leader of their pack which also includes a female poodle, Alyce, and Springer Spaniel, Marion. Together the pack survive on the isolated island until they are finally rescued. All readers will profit from the lessons learned from these canines..

Bernie Whitebear

Author : Lawney L. Reyes
ISBN : 0816525218
Genre : Social Science
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When American Indians left reservations in the 1950s, enticed by the federal governmentÕs relocation program, many were drawn to cities like Tacoma and Seattle. But in these new homes they found unemployment and discrimination, and they were no better off. Sin Aikst Indian Bernie Whitebear was an urban activist in the Pacific Northwest during the last decades of the twentieth century, a man dedicated to improving the lives of Indians and other ethnic groups by working for change and justice. He unified Northwest tribes to fight for the return of their land and was the first to accomplish this in the United States. But far from a fearsome agitator, Bernie was a persuasive figure who won the praise and admiration of an entire community. Bernie began organizing powwows in the 1960s with an eye toward greater authenticity; and by making a name in the Seattle area as an entertainment promoter, he soon became a successful networker and master of diplomacy, enabling him to win over those who had long ignored the problems of urban Indians. Soft-spoken but outspoken, Bernie successfully negotiated with officials at all levels of government on behalf of Indians and other minorities, crossing into political territory normally off-limits to his people. Bernie WhitebearÕs story takes readers from an impoverished youthÑincluding a rare account of life on the Colville Reservation during the 1930sÑto the ÒRed PowerÓ movement as it traces BernieÕs emergence as an activist influenced by contemporaries such as Bob Satiacum, Vine DeLoria, and Joe Delacruz. By choosing this course, Bernie was clearly making a break with his past, but with an eye toward a better future, whether staging the successful protest at Fort Lawton or acting on behalf of Native fishing rights in Puget Sound. When he died in July 2000, Bernie Whitebear had left an inestimable legacy, accomplishing things that no other Indian seemed able to do. His biography is an inspiring story for readers at many levels, an account of how one American Indian overcame hardships and obstacles to make a difference in the lives of his peopleÑand an entire community.

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