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Why Only Us by Robert C. Berwick

Title Why Only Us
Author Robert C. Berwick
Publisher MIT Press
Release 2016-01-08
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0262034247
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Berwick and Chomsky draw on recent developments in linguistic theory to offer an evolutionary account of language and humans' remarkable, species-specific ability to acquire it.

Only Us by Kat Canfield

Title Only Us
Author Kat Canfield
Publisher Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Release 2014-11-06
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 1631356887
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Only Us tells the story of how love can prevail, even under difficult circumstances. After their marriage, Madison and Saleem settle into their lives together. But incidents from the past come back to haunt them. Madison has had no contact with her ex-husband since the day she walked out of the courtroom where he was convicted of battery and spousal abuse. He’s the last person she ever expected to see again. Saleem’s life was turned upside down twenty years ago when a woman he had an affair with named him the father of her child. He never believed it, but opted to financially support the girl. Now twenty-one, his daughter calls him with news that will rock the newfound bliss of his marriage to Madison. Both must face the past, even as some of the world’s worst criminals tear them apart. Will they survive kidnapping, murder, and the Russian Mafia?

Only Call Us Faithful by Marie Jakober

Title Only Call Us Faithful
Author Marie Jakober
Publisher Forge Books
Release 2006-05-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1466824336
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Richmond, Virginia, is the heart of the Confederacy, and for those whose hearts are still with the Union in 1861, it is a trying home. Li8za Van Lew has long been an outsider in Richmond. She never married, and at her father's death, she gave all of her family's slaves their freedom. Her neighbors and friends have begun to believe that she might be losing her mind. But the Rebels don't rust her, and with good reason. Behind a mask of mental frailty and innocence, she has secretly organized and is operating a hugely successful spy ring out of Richmond. The Confederate Army has its suspicions, though they can't ever seem to catch her in the act. But as the war wears on, the danger of being caught grows with each bit of information passed along, with her every secret act of patriotism. The double life of lady and spy wears on Liza. Until the war is over, the secrecy that endangers her and those she has recruited to spy for her will never end. She doesn't know how much longer she can endure, wondering if the next knock on her door might bring soldiers to carry her off to prison. . . . Richmond, Virginia. The capital of the Confederacy. Here lived one of the greatest threats to the Confederate war efforts. In an unremarkable house on Church Street, Elizabeth Van Lew, a spinster thought to be unconventional, was the center of the Union Army's underground spy network. For the duration of the Civil War, she worked with innumerable agents throughout the city-even in Jefferson Davis's own house!-keeping in constant communication with the Union military command. This is her story. Told by her ghost in a narrative that captures with utter poignancy the contradictions of the Southern ideal and the heartbreak of civil war, Only Call Us Faithful is a remarkable story of courage and conviction, the untold tale of thousands of Southerners who during the Civil War were United Stales patriots in enemy territory. Also dedicated to easing the plight of Union Army prisoners of war incarcerated in Richmond prisons, Miss Van Lew risked life and limb to bring prisoners food and medicine. But though the Confederate leadership in Richmond thought her annoying and inconvenient, they never caught her passing secret information that led directly to Union victories on the fields of battle. To the very end she was invisible, a lady alone, fighting a shadow war that ultimately helped topple the confederacy. An Uncommon hero, her true role has never been fully revealed until now. Using many primary information sources, Marie Jakober has painted a true and vivid portrait of one of the Civil War's most unusual heroes. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

If They Only Listened to Us by Melinda Henneberger

Title If They Only Listened to Us
Author Melinda Henneberger
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2007-05-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1416556591
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Soon after the 2004 presidential election, veteran reporter Melinda Henneberger set out across the country to listen to women of all ages and occupations express their strong opinions on the major issues of our time. Over eighteen months she spoke in depth and at length with more than two hundred women in twenty states, from Massachusetts to Arizona and Oregon to Texas. She discovered how unheard women feel, how ignored and disregarded by both major parties and by most politicians. Listening to women all over the nation -- not only on what are traditionally thought of as "women's issues" but on issues of paramount importance to all Americans -- Henneberger shines a light on what women voters are thinking and how that translates into how and for whom they vote. The issues that these women focused on were Iraq, abortion, the environment, globalization (and job loss), and corruption (and lack of trust) in the government and the entire electoral process. Again and again these women of all ages, social classes, and regions returned to the matter of authenticity. And they came back again and again to their commonly held feeling that neither party takes any genuine interest in their actual lives, that politicians across the board seem, as a young waitress in Sacramento put it, "to be talking about people who don't exist." A patient, sensitive, experienced, intelligent listener, Henneberger reports how women feel about the nation's politics and politicians. Her findings will surprise you. Knowing the answers these women give will tell you a great deal about how the next presidential and other elections will be decided.

Justice beyond Just Us by Gregory W. Streich

Title Justice beyond Just Us
Author Gregory W. Streich
Publisher Routledge
Release 2016-04-22
Category Political Science
Total Pages 196
ISBN 1317109759
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Notions of justice and community in the United States are increasingly challenged by trends like immigration, multiculturalism, and economic inequality as well as historical legacies like Jim Crow-era racial segregation. These dynamics continually re-shape the communities in which people live, whether by generating new forms of interdependency and inequality, creating new social cleavages or exacerbating existing ones, or generating new spaces in which cross-boundary contact, conflict, or cooperation is possible. Revealing the ways in which notions of justice and community overlap in American politics and public discourse through concrete political questions which emerge when considering dimensions of time, place, and difference, Gregory W. Streich offers a fresh re-examination of the normative ideas of justice and community. He encourages Americans to move from a view of justice that applies only to people who are "like us" to a view of justice that applies to people beyond "just us."

There Ain t No Justice Just Us by Gregory Norton

Title There Ain t No Justice Just Us
Author Gregory Norton
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2001-07-19
Category Fiction
Total Pages 308
ISBN 1465317163
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on an actual wildcat strike that occured in 1979, There Ain’t No Justice, Just Us tells the story of a middle-aged college professor, and former seventies radical, who finds himself caught in the web of a mid-life crisis and a decaying marriage. In his search for a more authentic identity, he winds up leading a wildcat strike in a gritty South Chicago factory. Along the way he encounters a variety of leftists and African-American and Mexican industrial workers who lead genuine, if impoverished, lives. The wildcat strike becomes the psychological gauntlet through which the characters must pass to achieve personal integration. The professor’s quest for internal wholeness leads to a love affair with a radical feminist attorney and activist. In the end, the professor must choose between authenticity and love, or continuing his sedate, middle-class life. Ancillary characters, including Cecelia Sanchez, a Mexican-American college student, find themselves drawing psychological strength from the unfolding battle and engaging in their own liberation struggles—in her case, trying to find the inner spirit to move out on her own, away from her patriarchal family.

Title Chicken Soup for the Soul Just Us Girls
Author Jack Canfield
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2013-11-05
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1611592305
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A woman’s friends are the family she picks herself. This collection of 101 touching and amusing stories celebrates all that is special about the bonds that women share with their friends - the unique spirit of female friendship. Whether it’s about something funny or serious, our friends are the first ones we think to call. They are a constant source of support and encouragement. This book is filled with great friendship stories that you’ll love reading and sharing with your friends.

Title The U S Military Intervention in Panama Operation Just Cause December 1989 January 1990
Author Lawrence A. Yates
Publisher
Release 2014
Category Government publications
Total Pages 527
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Examines how American military power was employed during Operation Just Cause, including the planning process and joint efforts of the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps during major combat operations. Also details post-combat stability and nation-building operations.

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