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History of Annenberg School at USC By A. Michael Noll
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A history of the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California from its founding in 1971 to the year 2009. Also includes short histories of the USC Journalism School and USC Communication... More > Arts & Sciences Department, both of which were merged into the Annenberg School in 1994.< Less
History of Annenberg School at USC By A. Michael Noll
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A history of the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California from its founding in 1971 to the year 2009. Also includes short histories of the USC Journalism School and USC Communication... More > Arts & Sciences Department, both of which were merged into the Annenberg School in 1994.< Less
Conceptual Existence: A Book of Conceptual Poetry By Vega Annenberg
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In a snapshot-esque look at the author's life, Conceptual Existence is a short collection of spur-of-the-moment poetry written at various times throughout the month of August 2016. It serves as a way... More > to track personal growth and various moods. Each poem is different from the last. There is no order.< Less
Considering Eden By Lisa Bloomfield & Paula Goldman
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This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition "Considering Eden" at the Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery, Santa Monica, in 2011. "...Whether approached as a real... More > site or an imaginary ideal, the topic of Eden opens up a wealth of possibilities for artists to follow in their work. Lisa Bloomfield, Jane Brucker, Paula Goldman, Katherine Huffaker Jones, and Bob Jones, all mid-career California artists, approach the ideas of Eden as both corporeal and spiritual, real and imagined. These artists understand that Eden always implies a mythic utopian paradise as well as its tragic loss... We search for Eden at the same time we mourn its loss.” – Damon Willick, from the Introduction “Considering Eden” Also included are writings of four Los Angeles writers whose work engages ideas of nature and fragility; Katharine Haake, Rod Val Moore, Dorothy Barresi, and Karen Kevorkian.< Less
Considering Eden By Lisa Bloomfield & Paula Goldman
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This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition "Considering Eden" at the Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery, Santa Monica, in 2011. "...Whether approached as a real... More > site or an imaginary ideal, the topic of Eden opens up a wealth of possibilities for artists to follow in their work. Lisa Bloomfield, Jane Brucker, Paula Goldman, Katherine Huffaker Jones, and Bob Jones, all mid-career California artists, approach the ideas of Eden as both corporeal and spiritual, real and imagined. These artists understand that Eden always implies a mythic utopian paradise as well as its tragic loss... We search for Eden at the same time we mourn its loss.” – Damon Willick, from the Introduction “Considering Eden” Also included are writings of four Los Angeles writers whose work engages ideas of nature and fragility; Katharine Haake, Rod Val Moore, Dorothy Barresi, and Karen Kevorkian.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography By Webster G. Tarpley
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Tarpley wrote the 1992 expose of Bush 41, and this book works from a New Deal perspective. Obama is a foundation operative controlled by Brzezinski, Soros, and Wall Street. Obama was picked up by... More > Brzezinski at Columbia in 1981-1983, during Obama's secret lost years. Obama worked for the Gamaliel, Joyce, Woods, and Annenberg foundations. A community organizer is a poverty pimp, a cynical opportunist who exploits suffering people. Obama's foundation strategy is divide and conquer, pitting blacks and against whites, etc., to preserve Wall Street rule. Racist provocateurs like Wright and Pfleger, and Weatherman terrorist bombers Ayers and Dohrn are Obama's best friends. Rezko, Auchi, and Al-Sammarae typify Obama's cesspool of Chicago graft. Schooled in Nietzsche and Fanon, Obama qualifies as a postmodern fascist. An Obama administration means brutal economic sacrifice to finance Wall Street bailouts, and imperialist confrontation with Russia and China.< Less
Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography By Webster G. Tarpley
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Tarpley wrote the 1992 expose of Bush 41, and this book works from a New Deal perspective. Obama is a foundation operative controlled by Brzezinski, Soros, and Wall Street. Obama was picked up by... More > Brzezinski at Columbia in 1981-1983, during Obama's secret lost years. Obama worked for the Gamaliel, Joyce, Woods, and Annenberg foundations. A community organizer is a poverty pimp, a cynical opportunist who exploits suffering people. Obama's foundation strategy is divide and conquer, pitting blacks and against whites, etc., to preserve Wall Street rule. Racist provocateurs like Wright and Pfleger, and Weatherman terrorist bombers Ayers and Dohrn are Obama's best friends. Rezko, Auchi, and Al-Sammarae typify Obama's cesspool of Chicago graft. Schooled in Nietzsche and Fanon, Obama qualifies as a postmodern fascist. An Obama administration means brutal economic sacrifice to finance Wall Street bailouts, and imperialist confrontation with Russia and China.< Less

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