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Book Pages: 258 - Publish Date: 1968 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 300 - Publish Date: 1990 - Publisher: SUNY Press
Description: How have global markets and global manufacturing changed the balance of social, economic and political power? With this volume Ross and Trachte challenge existing political-economic theory. In concise terms they show how traditional theories of monopoly capitalism and world systems are not well-suited to analyze the emergence of global capitalism. This book, in a series of case studies of U.S. met...
Author(s): J.S. Skinner
Book Pages: Unknown - Publish Date: Unknown - Publisher: Рипол Классик
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Author(s): J.S. Bache & Co
Book Pages: 114 - Publish Date: 1901 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): J. S. Hopkins
Book Pages: 125 - Publish Date: 1914 - Publisher: Unknown
Description: This manual is an excellent source for ragtime era dances including the one step, tango, Brazilian maxixe, and hesitation waltz. The book is richly illustrated with more than twenty photos of many famous exhibition ballroom couples such as Irene and Vernon Castle, and Maurice and Florence Walden.
Author(s): J. S. Maloy
Book Pages: Unknown - Publish Date: 2008-09-22 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Description: This first examination in almost forty years of political ideas in the seventeenth-century American colonies reaches some surprising conclusions about the history of democratic theory more generally. The origins of a distinctively modern kind of thinking about democracy can be located, not in revolutionary America and France in the later eighteenth century, but in the tiny New England colonies in ...
Author(s): J. S. McClelland
Book Pages: 356 - Publish Date: 2010-10-04 - Publisher: Routledge
Description: First published in 1989, this persuasive and original work by John McClelland examines the importance of the idea of 'the crowd' in the writings of philosophers, historians and politicians from the classical era to the twentieth century. The book examines histories of political thought and their justifications for forms of rule, highlighting the persistent and profoundly anti-democratic bias in political and social thought, analysing in particular the writings of Machiavelli, Montesquieu, Hitler, Gibbon, Carlysle, Michelet, Taine and Freud.
Book Pages: 320 - Publish Date: 1881 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): J. S. Bromley
Book Pages: 947 - Publish Date: 1970-07-02 - Publisher: CUP Archive
Description: The rise of Great Britain and Russia is the focus of this particular volume of The New Cambridge Modern History.