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Double Bind: The Muslim Right, the Anglo-American Left, and Universal Human Rights By Meredith Tax
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A discussion of the Muslim Right from a left wing feminist and human rights perspective, focusing on the UK organization Cageprisoners, and discussing Five Wrong Ideas about the Muslim Right.
In the Shadow of the Hill By Charles Morgan
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The year is 1924 and in his ancestral seat of Lake House, Michael Summoner, Lord Granville, is dying. He has left his fortune and title to his eldest surviving son, Edward. At his bedside is his... More > youngest son Simon, Simon's fiancée, Vanessa, and his daughter Deborah. Edward is down at the village pub with his friends getting drunk to celebrate his good fortune. The family doctor arrives and seeing that Michael is dying goes to tell Edward. Doctor Sinclair finds him on the verge of marrying Rachel Stevens, the daughter of a farm labourer on his father's estate. He has met her in the pub where she has been sitting alone. Unable to get Edward to change his mind, the doctor agrees to be a witness at their impromptu wedding. So begins a family saga in which an English aristocratic family finds itself at war, not only with itself but with elemental forces of destruction beyond its comprehension.< Less
The Wheelwright Family Story By Steve J Plummer
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This is an illustrated history of the extraordinary Anglo-American Wheelwright family. In 1636 an outspoken Puritan, Reverend John Wheelwright, left his native Lincolnshire and headed for the new... More > Boston Bay Colony. His stay in Massachusetts would be short lived. Persecuted and banished, Reverend John went on to found two New England towns and a dynasty which now spans six continents. The Wheelwrights have produced explorers, engineers, clerics, consuls and a family of cannibals. There are philanthropists, philanderers, psychoanalysts, scientists, soldiers and sailors. A sea captain became a pirate. A lawyer became a gold-digging sportsman and a kidnapped child was transformed from Puritan to Catholic mother superior. The Wheelwright's story, complete with black sheep and skeletons a-plenty, spans four centuries. Hundreds of illustrations and family charts, drawn from years of research, bring 580 pages of this most remarkable family's history to life.< Less
The Wheelwright Family Story By Steve J Plummer
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This is an illustrated history of the extraordinary Anglo-American Wheelwright family. In 1636 an outspoken Puritan, Reverend John Wheelwright, left his native Lincolnshire and headed for the new... More > Boston Bay Colony. His stay in Massachusetts would be short lived. Persecuted and banished, Reverend John went on to found two New England towns and a dynasty which now spans six continents. The Wheelwrights have produced explorers, engineers, clerics, consuls and a family of cannibals. There are philanthropists, philanderers, psychoanalysts, scientists, soldiers and sailors. A sea captain became a pirate. A lawyer became a gold-digging sportsman and a kidnapped child was transformed from Puritan to Catholic mother superior. The Wheelwright's story, complete with black sheep and skeletons a-plenty, spans four centuries. Hundreds of illustrations and family charts, drawn from years of research, bring 580 pages of this most remarkable family's history to life.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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