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Rebellion In From The Cold

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 9781101569399
Genre : Fiction
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a collection that includes two MacGregor tales—the historical novel “Rebellion” and the novella “In from the Cold." Set in 1745, “Rebellion” tells the story of Serena MacGregor, whose hatred of all things English extends to her brother’s friend Brigham Langston. He’ll prove himself worthy of the MacGregor’s respect, but piercing Serena’s pride will take all the passion he can muster. “In from the Cold” follows the MacGregors during the American Revolution. Injured minuteman Ian MacGregor flees into the wilderness, where he finds refuge for his body and soul with Irish spitfire Alanna Flynn. TWO NORA ROBERTS CLASSICS AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME

The Rebellion Of Ronald Reagan

Author : Jim Mann
ISBN : 0670020540
Genre : History
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The author of Rise of the Vulcans presents a controversial analysis of the fortieth president's role in ending the cold war, in a provocative report that challenges popular beliefs, reveals lesser-known aspects of the Reagan administration's foreign policy, and cites the contributions of such figures as Nixon, Kissinger, and Gorbachev.

Latin America S Radical Left

Author : Aldo Marchesi
ISBN : 9781316835937
Genre : History
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This book examines the emergence, development, and demise of a network of organizations of young leftist militants and intellectuals in South America. This new generation, formed primarily by people who in the late 1960s were still under the age of thirty, challenged traditional politics and embraced organized violence and transnational strategies as the only ways of achieving social change in their countries during the Cold War. This lasted for more than a decade, beginning in Uruguay as a result of the rise of authoritarianism in Brazil and Argentina, and expanding with Che Guevara's Bolivia campaign in 1966. These coordination efforts reached their highest point in Buenos Aires from 1973 to 1976, until the military coup d'état in Argentina eliminated the last refuge for these groups. Aldo Marchesi offers the first in-depth, regional and transnational study of the militant left in Latin America during the turbulent 1960s and 1970s.

Rebels

Author : Leerom Medovoi
ISBN : 9780822387299
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Holden Caulfield, the beat writers, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and James Dean—these and other avatars of youthful rebellion were much more than entertainment. As Leerom Medovoi shows, they were often embraced and hotly debated at the dawn of the Cold War era because they stood for dissent and defiance at a time when the ideological production of the United States as leader of the “free world” required emancipatory figures who could represent America’s geopolitical claims. Medovoi argues that the “bad boy” became a guarantor of the country’s anti-authoritarian, democratic self-image: a kindred spirit to the freedom-seeking nations of the rapidly decolonizing third world and a counterpoint to the repressive conformity attributed to both the Soviet Union abroad and America’s burgeoning suburbs at home. Alongside the young rebel, the contemporary concept of identity emerged in the 1950s. It was in that decade that “identity” was first used to define collective selves in the politicized manner that is recognizable today: in terms such as “national identity” and “racial identity.” Medovoi traces the rapid absorption of identity themes across many facets of postwar American culture, including beat literature, the young adult novel, the Hollywood teen film, early rock ‘n’ roll, black drama, and “bad girl” narratives. He demonstrates that youth culture especially began to exhibit telltale motifs of teen, racial, sexual, gender, and generational revolt that would burst into political prominence during the ensuing decades, bequeathing to the progressive wing of contemporary American political culture a potent but ambiguous legacy of identity politics.

Cold Rebellion The South S Oligarchyin Revolt

Author : Jones L. W.
ISBN : OCLC:1002541146
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The Rebellion Of Ronald Reagan

Author : James Mann
ISBN : 0143116797
Genre : History
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Analyzes Ronald Reagan's role in ending the Cold War, challenging popular beliefs, revealing lesser-known aspects of the administration's foreign policy, and citing contributions of such figures as Nixon, Kissinger, and Gorbachev.

Global Rebellion

Author : Mark Juergensmeyer
ISBN : 9780520255548
Genre : Political Science
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Examines the growing influence of religion on modern-day politics, culture, and society, as well as the interconnection among militant activists, religion, and rebellious movements, the implications of religious revolution, and ways to respond to religious activism in ways to diminish violence and reach an accommodation between radical religion and the secular world.

The Climate Of Rebellion In The Early Modern Ottoman Empire

Author : Sam White
ISBN : 9781139499491
Genre : History
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The Climate of Rebellion in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire explores the serious and far-reaching impacts of Little Ice Age climate fluctuations in Ottoman lands. This study demonstrates how imperial systems of provisioning and settlement that defined Ottoman power in the 1500s came unraveled in the face of ecological pressures and extreme cold and drought, leading to the outbreak of the destructive Celali Rebellion (1595–1610). This rebellion marked a turning point in Ottoman fortunes, as a combination of ongoing Little Ice Age climate events, nomad incursions and rural disorder postponed Ottoman recovery over the following century, with enduring impacts on the region's population, land use and economy.

The War Of The Rebellion V 1 53 Serial No 1 111 Formal Reports Both Union And Confederate Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States And Of All Military Operations In The Field With The Correspondence Orders And Returns Relating Specially Thereto 1880 98 111 V

Author : United States. War Dept
ISBN : CORNELL:31924079575332
Genre : United States
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The Story Of One Regiment In The War Of The Rebellion

Author : Maine volunteer infantry. 11th regiment
ISBN : HARVARD:32044009919655
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