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Enemy Of The State

Author : Vince Flynn
ISBN : 9781476783512
Genre : Fiction
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"Covert operative Mitch Rapp finds himself alone and targeted by a country that is supposed to be one of America's closest allies as he attempts to unravel a treacherous global conspiracy"--

Enemy Of The State

Author : David Marconi
ISBN : OCLC:216748265
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Wolverine

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ISBN : 0785133011
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The complete epic, available for the first time in softcover! Brainwashed by the ninjas of the Hand, Wolverine slices and dices his way through foes and friends alike, ultimately resulting in the death of an X-Man! Captured and reprogrammed, Wolverine is sent against his former masters - but amid an orgy of death and destruction, is even the fiercest mutant alive a match for the dadly stare of the Gorgon?! Collecting Wolverine #20-32.

Wolverine

Author : Mark Millar
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Brainwashed by the ninjas of the Hand, Wolverine slices and dices his way through foes and friends alike, ultimately resulting in the death of an X-Man! Captured and reprogrammed, Wolverine is sent against his former masters - but amid an orgy of death and destruction, is even the fiercest mutant alive a match for the dadly stare of the Gorgon?! Wolverine (2003) #20-32.

An Enemy Of The State

Author : Justin Raimondo
ISBN : 9781615922390
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the first biography of one of the most interesting and controversial social theorists of our time. Murray N. Rothbard was the founder of the libertarian movement, a radical free marketeer who came of age in the era of collectivism and fought all his life for individualism and laissez-faire against overwhelming odds. The story of his life is at the same time a cavalcade of virtually all of the controversial events, ideas, and personalities of the latter part of the twentieth century.The author of twenty-eight books and thousands of articles, Rothbard's life goal was to found a science of liberty, a comprehensive libertarian system of social thought encompassing philosophy, ethics, economics, and history. This book tells the story of the intellectual adventure that was Rothbard's life, his relationship with the great libertarian economist and philosopher Ludwig von Mises, and his intellectual growth and development as an economist and a thinker. While Rothbard's contributions to the history of social thought are important, his life story is interesting in itself: against almost impossible odds he managed to singlehandedly create the libertarian movement out of thin air at a time when such ideas were considered completely outside the pale.An Enemy of the State traces Rothbard's ideological odyssey, from the Old Right of the Chicago Tribune and the isolationist America First Committee, to the conservative movement of the fifties and early sixties, to the New Left of the mid-sixties, and then on to the Libertarian Party and the post-Cold War return to his Old Right roots. Rothbard was that interesting combination, an intellectual system-builder and theorist who was also an intellectual street fighter, a scholar, and a man of action. Anyone interested in the history of ideas, whether or not they agree with Rothbard's ideology, is bound to be captivated by and drawn into the story of his fascinating life.Justin Raimondo is a senior fellow at the Center for Libertarian Studies, editorial director of Antiwar.com, and a longtime libertarian activist.

Enemy Of The State

Author : Christopher Priest
ISBN : 0785108297
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What happens when the powerful, cultured and noble monarch of a small, reclusive and technologically advanced African kingdom comes to America ... and finds himself partnered with a fast-talking government spin doctor?King T'Challa of Wakanda, the coolly unflappable and cunning creature of the night known as the Black Panther, takes both global politics and street-level punks by storm in a critically acclaimed collection that reels from intense political drama to wild adventure to hilarious social commentary on the Marvel Universe.

All New Wolverine Vol 3

Author : Tom Taylor
ISBN : 9781302497675
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Collecting All-New Wolverine #13-18. WOLVERINE...MURDERER?! LAURA has fought so hard to be something other than what she was created to be, but the fight is over. WOLVERINE has blood on her hands. In the wake of an unspeakable tragedy, dark forces seemingly have Laura's life under their control. Will Laura be able to defeat demons on the outside and within? Or will she be forced to give up the hero's life she's built for herself?

Enemy Of The State

Author : Prof. Michael A. Newton
ISBN : 1429947098
Genre : Law
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At 12:21 p.m., on October 19, 2005, Saddam Hussein was escorted into the Courtroom of the Iraqi High Tribunal in Baghdad for one of the most important and chaotic trials in history. For a year, two American law professors had led an elite team of experts who prepared the judges and prosecutors for "the mother of all trials." Michael Scharf, a former State Department official who helped create the Yugoslavia Tribunal in 1993, and Michael Newton, then a professor at West Point, would confront such issues as whether the death penalty should apply, how to run a fair trial when political and military passions run so high, and which of Saddam's many crimes should be prosecuted. Newton was in Baghdad in December 2003 when the Tribunal was announced and Saddam was captured. In the following months, Scharf and Newton helped write the rules of the Tribunal, conducted a mock trial in (perhaps appropriately) Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and provided legal analysis on dozens of issues. Newton then returned to Baghdad several times during the trial and appeal. Now, from its two shapers, comes the fascinating inside story of the trial and execution of Saddam Hussein and the attempt to bring the rule of law to post-invasion Iraq.

An Enemy Of The State

Author : Bill Lueders
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018388152
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Erwin Knoll never built a bomb or joined a separatist group, but he relished his status as an enemy of the state. From fleeing the Nazis as a child in his native Austria, to being a Washington journalist on Nixon's Official Enemies List, to his 21-year tenure as editor of The Progressive magazine, to his role as a commentator on the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, Knoll stood in opposition to the powerful people and institutions of his time. In 1979, the U.S. Government moved to prevent him from publishing an article about the inner workings of the hydrogen bomb - an historic confrontation between the rights of the media and the power of the state, told here in unprecedented depth. The twin engines of Knoll's radicalism were his absolute opposition to violence and his absolute commitment to freedom of speech - ideas that put him at odds not just with the Government but also, at times, with the Left. When he died suddenly in 1994, Knoll was one of the nation's best-known proponents of left-wing ideas, an eloquent voice for peace and social justice.

Totalitaria

Author : Ian Wishart
ISBN : 0987657356
Genre : Political Science
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"Never before in human history have governments had the power to totally control your life. Today, they do. That sort of power does strange things to human ambition. Even with the best of intentions, Lord Acton famously noted, absolute power tends to corrupt absolutely. Hard-won freedoms are being chiselled away every day, as a global bureaucracy springs up in partnership with global businesses, globally-focused politicians and global lobby groups, to impose a new global system of rules and expectations. New technology has not only made the globe a village, it's made governing that village a piece of cake in comparison with earlier civilisations. From population control to gun control, food regulations to clampdowns on natural health, Agenda 21 to climate change, mercury-filled lightbulbs to the Green Police, global treaties signed behind closed doors at the behest of unelected bureaucrats are rapidly locking in changes and a framework for the bureaucracy to take global control. In Totalitaria, bestselling author and investigative journalist Ian Wishart exposes a high stakes strategy of divide and rule, of 'manufactured' crises and instant solutions. He lays bare, in their own words, a cynical agenda to create a world where those with power and influence do well. It doesn't matter whether you call it capitalism with a social conscience, or socialism with a market face - to all intents and purposes its an iron fist in an ever so velvet glove"--From publisher.

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