By AA.VV.,Renato Moro,Daniele Mezzana
By Richard L. Harris
This concise biography of the area recognized progressive Che Guevara presents the main up to date and finished account to be had of his amazing lifestyles, tragic demise, and enduring political legacy.
• A map of Che Guevara's innovative operations
• An up to date annotated bibliography of the foremost print and digital resources of knowledge on Che Guevara
• A timeline of key events
By Harold W. Geisel
In this sequence of very colourful and candid interviews, Ambassador Geisel describes his existence in supplying behind the curtain help to U.S. international policy.
By Sarah Winterton
With MPs for folks, Sarah Winterton used to be one of many proudest girls within the kingdom. She felt as if her relatives was once on the centre of occasions, and her mom and dad, Nicholas and Ann Winterton - respective contributors for Macclesfield and Congleton - have been really creating a distinction on the middle of British politics.
But while the Wintertons turned stuck up within the parliamentary bills scandal in 2009, Sarah was once compelled to query a few of her longest-held assumptions approximately politics, kin and the media. was once the lifetime of a backbench MP definitely worth the candle? Why slog away for hours on behalf of your components, in case your basically present was once to be vilified via Fleet Street?
In this affectionate, defiant memoir, Sarah Winterton celebrates a couple of MPs popular for his or her bloody-minded independence, who stay the longest-serving couple within the background of the home of Commons. She warmly and unashamedly defends not only her outspoken mom and dad, yet a whole political category in a time of serious upheaval. together with her infrequent standpoint on 21st-century British politics, Sarah finds a misplaced political international via insightful anecdotes, and asks not easy questions about the nature of recent MPs and the functioning of Britain's parliamentary democracy.
By Udo Hielscher
- Nie gekannte Einblicke in die wirtschaftliche Geschichte der USA
- Das Porträt eines außerordentlichen Geschäftsmannes
- Das Phänomen Cornelius Vanderbilt mit zahlreichen Illustrationen
- Geschichte und Wirtschaft zum Anfassen
By Leah Remini
Vor einigen Jahren begann Remini aber, die kontroversen Aktionen und Repressionen von Scientology zu hinterfragen, und wurde so zum "Troublemaker". Dadurch warfare sie nicht nur Zielscheibe von Angriffen, sondern Scientology sah sie sogar als Bedrohung. Schließlich brach sie 2013 endgültig mit der Glaubensgemeinschaft und verlor dadurch auch den Kontakt zu vielen Freunden.
Nun hat Remini ein Buch über diese Erlebnisse geschrieben und gibt unverfälschte und erschreckende Einblicke hinter die Kulissen von Scientology. In den united states schlug ihre Biografie große Wellen und avancierte dank der spannenden tale und der schockierenden Enthüllungen zum manhattan Times-Bestseller.
By Alfonse Ventimiglia
He was once, notwithstanding, coming of age throughout the overdue ‘60s, early ‘70s; very heady occasions. As in Pot Heads, Acid Heads….. Social revolution was once within the air, political revolution stuffed the streets. He desired to make a distinction in lifestyles, make the realm a greater position. So he jumped in with either toes, fleeing small city the United States, and heading for San Francisco. It used to be 1969, he ignored the summer time of affection, by means of only a tad. attempting to trap up, and stay alongside of the days which, “were-a-changing”, he spent the following couple of years stumbling from one fascinating misadventure to the subsequent. He received, and right here in stocks, many insights into psychedelic medications, song, friendship and, most significantly, love. Now, on reflection over his existence, at age sixty four, he reveals it begs the query: how the heck did a hugely pushed, aim orientated, fearless, collage pre-law ask yourself baby; prove, limping via existence as a fifteen greenback in step with hour gardener? largely, he blames his forty yr, nightly marijuana use. yet try out his tale, and also you be the judge.
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By Susan Starbuck
When Hazel Wolf died, on the age of a hundred and one, greater than 9 hundred of her buddies -- from the governor of Washington to union organizers, from birdwatchers to hunters -- crowded city corridor in Seattle to honor the feisty activist and inform the usually outrageous "Hazel tales" that have been their universal forex. during this booklet, Hazel herself tells the tales. From 20 years of taped conversations, Susan Starbuck has formed either a biography and a ancient record, the story of a century�s forces and occasions as performed out in a single woman's notable life.
Hazel Wolf earned a countrywide attractiveness as an environmentalist and used to be offered the nationwide Audubon Society's Medal of Excellence, an honor she shared with Rachel Carson and Jimmy Carter. She laid the foundation for a special coalition of local american citizens and environmentalists who're now operating jointly on matters concerning nuclear power, fisheries, and oil pipelines. She lectured and taught at colleges and universities all around the usa. She lobbied Congress on irrigration, exertions rights, nuclear power, and peace, and she or he corresponded with a world community of environmental leaders. yet for all her impact, she by no means held a political publish better than precinct committee officer in Seattle�s forty third legislative district, and her optimum place of work within the environmental flow was once that of secretary within the Seattle Audubon Society, the place she served for thirty-five years.
This ebook follows Hazel Wolf from formative years to previous age, a life of burning with a fierce hope for justice. She observed the hunt for justice as a collective accountability. repeatedly, she met that problem head on. no matter if organizing for hard work rights or founding chapters of the Audubon Society, struggling with to save lots of old-growth forests or combating deportation to her local Canada as a communist, many times she positioned herself within the line of fireplace. "I used to be simply there," she acknowledged, "powerless and powerful, a person who wouldn�t bird out."
By Craig Shirley
The definitive, licensed biography of 1 of an important, provocative, and visionary political figures of our time.
In a method or one other Newt Gingrich has been top a revolution for many of his life. Citizen Newt is the definitive account of that fight. Writing with the complete cooperation of Speaker Gingrich and the avid gamers round him, New York Times bestselling writer Craig Shirley captures the occasions, principles, mess ups, and successes of Newton Leroy Gingrich—one of the main advanced, influential, and sturdy political figures of our time.
Returning to Gingrich’s early life in Pennsylvania and his youth as a tender background professor, Citizen Newt moves via Gingrich’s first forays into politics and takes readers behind the curtain of the Congressman’s an important function within the Reagan Revolution, his battles with George H. W. Bush and invoice Clinton, and his masterly orchestration of 1994s “Gingrich Revolution” and the agreement with the USA, which catapulted him to nationwide prominence and ceaselessly replaced congressional and nationwide politics.
Drawing upon untold tales from Gingrich and those that understand him best—political allies and rivals, Washington insiders and political iconoclasts, Capitol Hill staffers and colleagues—Shirley has crafted a desirable, funny, humanizing, and insightful account of a real American original.
By Don Surber