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Memoranda On Library Cooperation

Author : Herbert Anthony Kellar
ISBN : UOM:39015033883789
Genre : Intellectual cooperation
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A Unifying Influence

Author : Raynard Coe Swank
ISBN : UOM:39015036882697
Genre : Library science.
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Monthly Catalogue United States Public Documents

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ISBN : UIUC:30112075592359
Genre : Government publications
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Technical Memorandum Nyu

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Genre : Jet propulsion
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Research Memorandum The Rand Corporation

Author : Rand Corporation
ISBN : CORNELL:31924101410011
Genre : Research
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Author : Rand Corporation
ISBN : STANFORD:36105117640040
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A Cooperative Disagreement

Author : John M. Dirks
ISBN : 9780774866002
Genre : Political Science
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A Cooperative Disagreement demonstrates how Canada and the United States successfully kept divergent policies on revolutionary Cuba from damaging their bilateral relationship. Covering the period from 1959 to the end of the Cold War, John Dirks investigates the efforts of Canadian and US diplomats and bureaucrats to cooperate despite their respective approaches toward Cuba. This book draws on archival documents from both countries to reveal how these two North American powers continued to adhere to the hard policy boundaries set by their own governments while establishing a mutually beneficial relationship on issues of intelligence, travel, and other areas of engagement with Cuba.

Proceedings Reports And Working Papers

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ISBN : MINN:31951002395019C
Genre : Asia
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Engineering Memorandum

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ISBN : MINN:31951T00022347F
Genre : Engineering
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Roads Through The Everglades

Author : Bruce D. Epperson
ISBN : 9781476625027
Genre : Transportation
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In 1915, the road system in south Florida had changed little since before the Civil War. Travelling from Miami to Ft. Myers meant going through Orlando, 250 miles north of Miami. Within 15 years, three highways were dredged and blasted through the Everglades: Ingraham Highway from Homestead, 25 miles south of Miami, to Flamingo on the tip of the peninsula; Tamiami Trail from Miami to Tampa; and Conners Highway from West Palm Beach to Okeechobee City. In 1916, Florida's road commission spent $967. In 1928 it spent $6.8 million. Tamiami Trail, originally projected to cost $500,000, eventually required $11 million. These roads were made possible by the 1920s Florida land boom, the advent of gasoline and diesel-powered equipment to replace animal and steam-powered implements, and the creation of a highway funding system based on fuel taxes. This book tells the story of the finance and technology of the first modern highways in the South.

The British Empire And The First World War

Author : Ashley Jackson
ISBN : 9781317374640
Genre : History
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The British Empire played a crucial part in the First World War, supplying hundreds of thousands of soldiers and labourers as well as a range of essential resources, from foodstuffs to minerals, mules, and munitions. In turn, many imperial territories were deeply affected by wartime phenomena, such as inflation, food shortages, combat, and the presence of large numbers of foreign troops. This collection offers a comprehensive selection of essays illuminating the extent of the Empire’s war contribution and experience, and the richness of scholarly research on the subject. Whether supporting British military operations, aiding the British imperial economy, or experiencing significant wartime effects on the home fronts of the Empire, the war had a profound impact on the colonies and their people. The chapters in this volume were originally published in Australian Historical Studies, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, First World War Studies or The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs.

A History Of The Farmington Plan

Author : Ralph D. Wagner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111783903
Genre : History
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In 1942 an advisory board to the Library of Congress drafted a proposal for a national program of cooperation among research libraries, aimed at acquiring "at least one copy of every book published anywhere in the world, which might conceivably be of interest to a research worker in America." Each participating library would acquire books in its assigned subject areas, catalog them, and send cards to the National Union Catalog. And thus was born the Farmington Plan, which began operation in 1948 under the sponsorship of the Association of Research Libraries. In 1972, nearly a decade after a two-year investigation revealed the project was failing, the plan was abandoned, but the concept of cooperative acquisitions of foreign library materials remains viable under several other programs today. A chance encounter with a long forgotten copy of The Farmington Plan Handbook led Ralph Wagner to investigate the most famous "failed experiment on library cooperation." The result of Wagner's decade of research is the first in-depth study of the plan's shortcomings and achievements. A History of The Farmington Plan is at once a history of the term itself and the numerous connotations attached to it. Includes copious references to archival sources previously unavailable. An informative read for students of library history and for anyone involved in consortium development. Useful as a basis for understanding the growing phenomenon of international cooperation among libraries.

Regulation In The White House

Author : David M. Welborn
ISBN : 9780292722576
Genre : Political Science
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Regulation in the White House is an examination of regulatory policy and its development in the Johnson administration and the first comprehensive study of any presidency and regulation. Based upon a thorough analysis of presidential papers in the Lyndon B. Johnson Library, the book investigates the working relationships linking the presidency, regulatory commissions, and executive agencies with regulatory responsibilities in both the economic and social spheres. David Welborn finds that the president's business included regulation as a major component. Johnson's concerns in regulation were varied and complex. He and his aides worked assiduously and successfully to establish effective, cooperative relationships with regulators and to avoid the exercise of undue influence on particular regulatory determinations. In Welborn's view, Johnson traversed the treacherous ground of regulatory politics with adeptness and achieved his major purposes in regulation.

Tax Court Memorandum Decisions

Author : Commerce Clearing House
ISBN : OSU:32437123171478
Genre : Taxation
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Contains the full texts of all Tax Court decisions entered from Oct. 24, 1942 to date, with case table and topical index.

Politics Of Diplomacy

Author : James Cooper
ISBN : 9781474402125
Genre : Political Science
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Investigates the involvement of presidents Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton in the Northern Ireland TroublesWhat influence did the Irish dimension have upon Anglo-American relations?Did the Special Relationship impact American and British handling of the aTroubles?What motivated American policymaking towards Northern Ireland?These are just some of the questions dealt with in this fascinating account of Anglo-American relations and Northern Ireland. Developed through the prism of the U.S. presidency, and drawing on American, British, and Irish archival material, this major study examines the administrations of John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, tracing the attitudes of successive US presidents towards, and their involvement in, the Northern Ireland conflict.

Speechwriting In The Institutionalized Presidency

Author : Kenneth Collier
ISBN : 9781498553728
Genre : Political Science
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This book explores the development of presidential speechwriting from the administration of Franklin Roosevelt to the present. It argues that the institutionalization of speechwriting that has been blamed for bland presidential rhetoric has actually served the president well by helping presidents avoid the adverse effect of poorly chosen words.

Memorandum The Rand Corporation

Author : Rand Corporation
ISBN : UOM:39015006106853
Genre : Research
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Havana Usa

Author : Maria Cristina Garcia
ISBN : 0520919998
Genre : History
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In the years since Fidel Castro came to power, the migration of close to one million Cubans to the United States continues to remain one of the most fascinating, unusual, and controversial movements in American history. María Cristina García—a Cuban refugee raised in Miami—has experienced firsthand many of the developments she describes, and has written the most comprehensive and revealing account of the postrevolutionary Cuban migration to date. García deftly navigates the dichotomies and similarities between cultures and among generations. Her exploration of the complicated realm of Cuban American identity sets a new standard in social and cultural history.

Library Co Operation In The British Isles

Author : Luxmoore Newcombe
ISBN : 9781000506785
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book, first published in 1937, examines the principles and practicalities of inter-library loans of books – making available to readers elsewhere otherwise idle books. Initially done on an ad-hoc basis, modern ideas and developments have led to a modern generation of librarians whose first aim is to see that their readers get the books they need.

Foreign Relations Of The United States

Author : United States. Department of State
ISBN : UCAL:B5174710
Genre : United States
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