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Author : P. D. Stuart
ISBN : 0954359666
Genre : Balance of power
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This text recounts the little known history of the Illuminati, and reviews how knowledge of this secret organisation was transmitted to America, and more importantly, how it has ruled the world from that country ever since.


Author : Andrea Dworkin
ISBN : 9780743210546
Genre : Political Science
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On Yom Kippur, Jews of antiquity would sacrifice two goats: one as an offering to a harsh and judging god, the other turned loose in the wilderness as a carrier of the group's sins. But throughout history, says Andrea Dworkin, women and Jews themselves have served as society's scapegoats. From the Inquisition, when women were targeted as witches and Jews as heretics, to the Nazi assault on Jewish and female bodies, these groups have been doomed to the twin fates of slaughter and exile. In Scapegoat Dworkin draws on history, literature, philosophy, and politics to create a series of pairings -- homeland/home, pogrom/rape, Palestinians/prostitutes -- that elucidate the misogyny and anti-Semitism of the past millennium's atrocities. Sure to incite debate, Dworkin presents a startling new view of how Nazism waged war on the female body. She offers a profound indictment of Israel's "scapegoating" of the Palestinians and critiques the supremacy Israeli men exert over Israeli women. Most provocatively, she imagines a world in which women betray the men of their ethnic/racial groups to fight for their own rights. Dworkin's exploration of when and how scapegoats themselves use violence will shock and disturb -- and no reader will look at the world the same way again.


Author : David Ritz
ISBN : 0316196819
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"A remarkably complex portrait of Aretha Franklin's music and her tumultuous life." --Rolling Stone Aretha Franklin began life as the golden daughter of a progressive and promiscuous Baptist preacher. Raised without her mother, she was a gospel prodigy who gave birth to two sons in her teens and left them--and her native Detroit--for New York, where she struggled to find her true voice. After fame and fortune finally came via "Respect," and a rapid-fire string of hits, she has evolved ever since, amidst personal tragedy, surprise Grammy performances, and career reinventions. Aretha's hold on her crown is tenacious, and in RESPECT David Ritz gives us the decisive and definitive study of one of the greatest American talents of the twentieth century.

Replacement Children

Author : Rita Battat Silverman
ISBN : 1937818357
Genre : Psychology
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Few tragedies are felt as deeply as the loss of a child, whether by death or incapacitation. For many families, the echoes of this pain are even detected in the lives of subsequent children or in an older child whose life has been redirected as a result of this loss. Replacement children share a common experience, one in which they are, often unconsciously, allocated to fill a void left in the family. They are burdened with the daunting task of relieving the family's unprocessed grief. Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script is a complex and fascinating overview of people caught up in the arduous mission of having to carry on for another. Authors Silverman and Brenner present a wealth of research and compelling personal stories about this profound and under explored phenomenon. This first-of-its-kind book offers new understanding to assist individuals, families, and the therapeutic community in finding answers to address this often overlooked issue. It is the authors' hope that this book may serve as a catalyst for new awareness and insight into this phenomenon.

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