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Who S Who In The Midwest

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Genre : Canada
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The American Midwest

Author : Andrew R. L. Cayton
ISBN : 9780253003492
Genre : Social Science
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This first-ever encyclopedia of the Midwest seeks to embrace this large and diverse area, to give it voice, and help define its distinctive character. Organized by topic, it encourages readers to reflect upon the region as a whole. Each section moves from the general to the specific, covering broad themes in longer introductory essays, filling in the details in the shorter entries that follow. There are portraits of each of the region's twelve states, followed by entries on society and culture, community and social life, economy and technology, and public life. The book offers a wealth of information about the region's surprising ethnic diversity -- a vast array of foods, languages, styles, religions, and customs -- plus well-informed essays on the region's history, culture and values, and conflicts. A site of ideas and innovations, reforms and revivals, and social and physical extremes, the Midwest emerges as a place of great complexity, signal importance, and continual fascination.

The Emerging Midwest

Author : Nicole Etcheson
ISBN : 0253329949
Genre : History
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This dynamic process mirrored the nation-building and national disintegration experienced in the U.S. between the Revolution and the Civil War. The story of these Upland Southerners is also unique, shedding light on the meaning of the South for those who left it, on the new republic's ability to overcome sectional loyalties, and on the creation of a new region, the Midwest.

Counselor Preparation 1996 98

Author : Joseph W. Hollis
ISBN : 1560324864
Genre : Psychology
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This reference book is a national study of counsellor preparation programmes on the masters' and doctoral level, including: detailed information of more than 625 graduate level programmes; statistical treatment of national research on each kind of counselling; and trends based on data collected.

Environment Midwest

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The Midwest Methamphetamine Epidemic

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources
ISBN : STANFORD:36105050208581
Genre : Drug traffic
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Flood And Disaster Relief In The Midwest

Author : United States
ISBN : STANFORD:36105045099913
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The Public Order And The Sacred Order

Author : Stephen M. Krason
ISBN : 9780810863972
Genre : Religion
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The Public Order and the Sacred Order evaluates a range of contemporary social and political questions in light of Catholic social teaching, philosophy, great political thinkers, and America's founding tradition. It treats a wide range of topics, including · economics · education · free speech · abortion · church-state relations · American legal trends · international politics Through discussions of these and other issues confronting contemporary American society, author Stephen M. Krason offers a scholarly social commentary, suggests means for a reconstruction of sound social and political thought, and calls for a renewal of American institutions, politics, and culture. The book is structured in three parts: Part I sets out foundational principles guided by Catholic social teaching, philosophical reasoning, Western political thought, and the American founding; Part II examines and evaluates the numerous issues in light of the principles set out in Part I; and Part III provides approaches to the issues-both general and specific policy ideas-consonant with the foundational principles set out in Part I. There is also a volume of important Catholic Church documents, Supreme Court cases, and excerpts of important writings in the history of Western and American political thought that let the reader examine directly many documents discussed in the text of the book. Along with being a strong and focused defense of traditional Catholic approaches to the questions of our time, the vast array of material covered makes this book an invaluable reference for anyone interested in contemporary politics.

The Good Humor Man

Author : Andrew Fox
ISBN : 9781616960759
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In this satiric romp inspired by Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, set in 2041, government-sanctioned vigilantes—the Good Humor Men—ruthlessly patrol the streets, immolating all fattening food products as illegal contraband. A pound of real chocolate is worth more on the black market than a kilo of cocaine. Evil “nutraceutical” company MannaSantos controls the food market with genetically modified products, such as “Leanie Lean” meats. But the craze for svelte healthfulness has reached a critical turning point, as a mysterious wasting plague threatens to starve all of humanity. A lone ex-plastic surgeon and founding Good Humor Man, whose father performed a secret liposuction surgery on Elvis Presley, holds the key to humanity’s future. In a mad dash to retrieve his family heirloom—the mortal remains of the King’s belly fat—Dr. Louis Shmalzberg becomes entangled with a civil servant of questionable motives, an acquisitive assassin from a wealthy Caliphate, a power-mad preacher evangelizing anorexia, a beautiful young woman addicted to liposuction, and a homicidal clone from a MannaSantos experiment gone terribly wrong. Can Elvis save the world sixty-four years after his death?

Midwestern Landscape Architecture

Author : William H. Tishler
ISBN : 0252072146
Genre : Architecture
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An illustrated history of landscape architecture in the Midwest features in-depth profiles of such pioneering figures as Frederick Law Olmsted, Jens Jensen, Adolph Strauch, and others who celebrated the unique features of the native midwestern landscape in their designs for the various locales in the U.S. heartland. Reprint.

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