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Local Counsel

Author : Robert R. Black
ISBN : 1611630320
Genre : History
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If national and international attention establishes a definition of fame, the case of Shannon Faulkner fighting to be admitted to The Citadel may very well be one of the most famous cases ever to come out of South Carolina.This personal account of the first women at The Citadel uses Faulkner's and veteran women's lawsuits filed in the early 1990s to write about the good ole boy way of life in South Carolina. It is as much about how the state operates as it is about the litigants and a failure of leadership at The Citadel. Faulkner's suit is notable as a high-profile advance in women's equal protection under the law, but it makes sense only within a larger context of political, economic, and social life unique to the state. During litigation, The Citadel often described itself as the last dinosaur for its efforts to preserve an ancien régime in its male-only admissions policy to the Corps of Cadets. Local Counsel is the day-in-the-life story of the eight years of a sole practitioner's dinosaur hunt.The book is also an account of an attorney's personal reasons or motives for entering protracted civil rights litigation and the price paid for zealous representation. It is written to serve as a historical record from the point of view of a participant who had a unique point of view. Within a range of legal issues and strategies, the book raises the kind of questions that lawyers deal with everyday ? questions shared by the general public: When, if ever, does a case become no longer just the client's, but the lawyer's as well? What are the bounds of civility within a fierce defense?

Cadets On Campus

Author : John A. Coulter
ISBN : 9781623495213
Genre : History
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Since the founding of the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1802, more than eight hundred military schools have existed in this country. The vast majority have closed their doors, been absorbed into other educational institutions, or otherwise faded away, but others soldier on, adapting to changing times and changing educational needs. While many individual institutions have had their histories written or their stories told, to date no single book has attempted to explore the full scope of the military school in American history. Cadets on Campus is the first book to cover the origin, history, and culture of the nation’s military schools—secondary and collegiate—and this breadth of coverage will appeal to historians and alumni alike. Author John Alfred Coulter identifies several key figures who were pivotal to the formation of military education, including Sylvanus Thayer, the “father of West Point,” and Alden Partridge, the founder of the school later known as Norwich University, the first private military school in the country. He also reveals that military schools were present across the nation, despite the conventional wisdom that most military schools, and, indeed, the culture that surrounds them, were limited to the South. Coulter addresses the shuttering of military schools in the era after the Vietnam War and then notes a curious resurgence of interest in military education since the turn of the century.

Womens Army Corps

Author : Mattie E. Treadwell
ISBN : 1944961836
Genre : History
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The Book Of The New Sun

Author : Gene Wolfe
ISBN : 1473212006
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An extraordinary epic, set a million years in the future, in the time of a dying sun, when our present culture is no longer even a memory. The torturer's apprentice, Severian, exiled from his guild after falling in love with one of his prisoners, is now the Lictor of Thrax, a city far distant from his home. But it is not long before Severian must flee this city, too, and journey again into the world. Embattled by friends and enemies alike, pursued by monstrous creatures, the one-time torturer's apprentice must overcome hitherto unimagined perils, as he moves closer to fulfilling his ultimate destiny. This edition contains the concluding two volumes of this four-volume novel, The Sword of the Lictor and The Citadel of the Autarch.

The Future Of Private Equity

Author : Mark Bishop
ISBN : 9781137295866
Genre : Business & Economics
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The easy money that flowed through the banking system prior to 2008 fueled a boom in buy-outs. Now it is gone, how will the private equity industry reinvent itself? A series of interviews with some of the most respected and innovative firms, give rare insights to the strategies that will drive this secretive sector over the next economic cycle.

Performing Disunion

Author : Lawrence T. McDonnell
ISBN : 9781316887004
Genre : History
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This book traces how and why the secession of the South during the American Civil War was accomplished at ground level through the actions of ordinary men. Adopting a micro-historical approach, Lawrence T. McDonnell works to connect small events in new ways - he places one company of the secessionist Minutemen in historical context, exploring the political and cultural dynamics of their choices. Every chapter presents little-known characters whose lives and decisions were crucial to the history of Southern disunion. McDonnell asks readers to consider the past with fresh eyes, analyzing the structure and dynamics of social networks and social movements. He presents the dissolution of the Union through new events, actors, issues, and ideas, illuminating the social contradictions that cast the South's most conservative city as the radical heart of Dixie.

The Citadel And The South Carolina Corps Of Cadets

Author : William H. Buckley
ISBN : 0738517046
Genre : History
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Since its founding in 1842, The Citadel has provided generations of leaders to the state and nation. From its original purpose of providing an education to young men of South Carolina who would perform military duties for the state, it has evolved into an institution of national stature, highly regarded for both its academic reputation and its disciplined environment. Graduates of The Citadel have fought in every United States war since the Mexican War in 1846. Cadets have also achieved prominence in other fields, such as serving in leadership roles in state and national government, education, the professions, and business. With the help of over 200 black-and-white photographs, this work explores the development of The Citadel over the past 160 years, and included are sketches of its visionary founders, faculty members, and leaders. Descriptive vignettes highlight the success of the alumni and give insight into the experiences of the most important element of The Citadel: the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

The Women S Army Corps 1945 1978

Author : Bettie J. Morden
ISBN : 9781105093562
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The Interpretation Of Cultures

Author : Clifford Geertz
ISBN : 9780465093564
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In The Interpretation of Cultures, the most original anthropologist of his generation moved far beyond the traditional confines of his discipline to develop an important new concept of culture. This groundbreaking book, winner of the 1974 Sorokin Award of the American Sociological Association, helped define for an entire generation of anthropologists what their field is ultimately about.

Cadets In Gray

Author : Gary R. Baker
ISBN : 9781300609407
Genre : History
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Follow the Cadets of the Citadel and Arsenal from the firing on the Star of the West on January 9, 1861 through their engagement with Federal troops at Williamston on May 1, 1865. Be with them when their academic routines are interrupted by military service. Then, watch them as they “see the elephant” in repulsing the Yankees at Tulifinny Creek. Join the “hotspurs” as they walk out of the South Carolina Military Academy in mid-June 1862 to form their own cavalry company, the Cadet Rangers, Co. F, 6th SC Cavalry. Bide with them as they engage in routine patrolling along the South Carolina coast until their own baptism of fire at John’s Island in February 1864. Then, journey with the Rangers to Virginia where they lead a cavalry charge at Louisa Court House and hold the crucial angle the following day at Trevilian Station. Follow the arduous campaigning in Virginia and their return to South Carolina in early 1865 to assist in the attempt to repel Sherman’s hordes.

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