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Towards a Just Society: The Personal Journeys of Human Rights Educators By Abraham Magendzo K. et al.
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Towards a Just Society:The Personal Journeys of Human Rights Educators Edited by Abraham Magendzo K., Claudia Dueñas, Nancy Flowers, and Natela Jordan Topic Book 8, Human Rights Education... More > Series, 2015 In TOWARDS A JUST SOCIETY twenty-five educators from around the world respond to the question: How and why did you commit yourself to human rights education? Their highly personal narratives recount the diverse ideological perspectives and life experiences that have shaped their work in this growing field.< Less
The History of the 21st Century: The Best That Civilization Has Ever Seen By Humberto Contreras
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The must read history of the 21st Century. You will be surprised to hear that optimism is an innate quality of civilization and that better times must be ahead of us. This will happen because the... More > human race is a product of evolution, and evolution is characterized by its ability to forge ahead. This book will show you why the 21st Century will be the best that civilization has ever seen. Technology will continue to unleash progress in a way never seen before and computers leading the bio and nano technologies could very well create a world of abundance for all. To create this world of abundance for all the inhabitants of the earth there will be a need to recognize that people are not only citizens, but they are also and foremost consumers. If the world ever thinks like this, the poor will be rich and the rich even richer.< Less
The History of the 21st Century: the best that civilization has ever seen By Humberto Contreras
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The must read history of the 21st Century. You will be surprised to hear that optimism is an innate quality of civilization and that better times must be ahead of us. This will happen because the... More > human race is a product of evolution, and evolution is characterized by its ability to forge ahead. This book will show you why the 21st Century will be the best that civilization has ever seen. Technology will continue to unleash progress in a way never seen before and computers leading the bio and nano technologies could very well create a world of abundance for all. To create this world of abundance for all the inhabitants of the earth there will be a need to recognize that people are not only citizens, but they are also and foremost consumers. If the world ever thinks like this, the poor will be rich and the rich even richer.< Less
History of Stalybridge Good Intent Co-operative Society Ltd By J.H. Hinchliffe
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J.H. Hinchliffes' History of the Good Intent Co-operative Society provides a fascinating insight into the social and political conditions appertaining in the cotton districts of south-east Lancashire... More > and north-east Cheshire during the last forty years of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th. The hopes and aspirations of the cotton and other operatives for improved conditions and to end their subservience to capital is vividly revealed. Within two years of the Good Intent's formation the American Civil War and the resultant mass unemployment arising from the Cotton Famine presented the co-op pioneers with their first major test, although many more were to follow. A fascinating read from start to finish. Includes chapters on Robert Owen and G.J Holyoake.< Less
Ancient Law: Its Connection to the History of the Classical Society of Greece and Rome (Hardcover) By Henry Sumner Maine
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In this fascinating book, Henry Sumner Maine demonstrates how legal principles dating back to Ancient Rome evolved and permeated the modern legal system and society of the United States. A superb... More > investigation of the roots of law ranging across thousands of years, this work uncovers resemblances between the government of the United States and the government of Ancient Rome. In particular the American Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are shown to have heavily derived from the Roman Jus Gentium - 'Law of the people'. At the time Maine published his analysis, the United States had already demonstrated vast differences across its regions and geography. The American Civil War in particular advertised divisions in the population. The author draws parallels between the localities of North America, and the wide-ranging cultures and peoples that populated the Roman Empire, noting that the federal legal system of both societies is a standard effectively applied to such vast, disparate areas.< Less
Ancient Law: Its Connection to the History of the Classical Society of Greece and Rome By Henry Sumner Maine
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In this fascinating book, Henry Sumner Maine demonstrates how legal principles dating back to Ancient Rome evolved and permeated the modern legal system and society of the United States. A superb... More > investigation of the roots of law ranging across thousands of years, this work uncovers resemblances between the government of the United States and the government of Ancient Rome. In particular the American Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are shown to have heavily derived from the Roman Jus Gentium - 'Law of the people'. At the time Maine published his analysis, the United States had already demonstrated vast differences across its regions and geography. The American Civil War in particular advertised divisions in the population. The author draws parallels between the localities of North America, and the wide-ranging cultures and peoples that populated the Roman Empire, noting that the federal legal system of both societies is a standard effectively applied to such vast, disparate areas.< Less
World War I: poetry, ideology, society. A degree dissertation By Sergio Zenere
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Why did eminent critics sharply reject some war poems? Why did critics and war poets mention opposition between the home and the battle front? Why was the mass of war veterans so disquieted after the... More > war to stand behind the swift of diverse Fascist movements in various European countries? How did a war that seemed just another regional war turn into a geopolitical and social catastrophe comparable to the French Revolution? Why did war poems question the received notions of the socially acceptable? This study explores change in its most abrupt form, which spared nothing raising from the ashes of the unrepentant Belle Epoque positivism. From gender relations to societal fabric and emotional, financial and bodily integrity: the foundation of European civilization was at stake.< Less
America 8000 Bce : Ancient American Life ,Culture ,Civilization and Slavery By Gajanan Khirao
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In Ancient time, people from different part of Africa -Asia were migrated to many region of America, They settled their life by hunting animals and developing societies between 8000 Bce to 2000 Bce... More > ago. Some of known early Meso-American societies were Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Toltec and early South American societies were mocha and Inca. Columbus came in search of gold, He and his sailors were slaved Paleo Indians (Native Americans) and killed more than 4 million Native Americans just at the beginning Read this book to know: Why Native Americans were called “Paleo Indians “? Was Columbus really a great man to celebrate " Columbus Day "? Who brought Black African slave into America ? Why Columbus came to America? How Columbus and his sailors slaved & killed Native Americans? Thanks for showing interest in reading my book.< Less
The Funk: A Cultural Response to the Disappointments of Post-Civil Rights Era America By San Sharma
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In The Funk, pop culture commentator, San Sharma draws parallels between changes in American society and consciousness and the emergence of funk music. He provides a detailed study of the theory and... More > aesthetics of this musical genre through a loving analysis of the work and careers of James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone and George Clinton, and demonstrates a relationship between ‘black pop’ and politics, how and why this association occurs, and the employment, if at all, by each other.< Less
The Funk: A Cultural Response to the Disappointments of Post-Civil Rights Era America By San Sharma
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In The Funk, pop culture commentator, San Sharma draws parallels between changes in American society and consciousness and the emergence of funk music. He provides a detailed study of the theory and... More > aesthetics of this musical genre through a loving analysis of the work and careers of James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone and George Clinton, and demonstrates a relationship between ‘black pop’ and politics, how and why this association occurs, and the employment, if at all, by each other.< Less

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