Marx, K. and Engels, F., Selected Works, in two volumes (Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1969; 1958) Marx, ... K. and Engels, F., Collected Works, 41, Marx and Engels: 1860–64: Letters: January 1860–September 1864, ed. V.
Author: T. Burns
Category: Political Science
A major and timely re-examination of key areas in the social and political thought of Hegel and Marx. The editors' extensive introduction surveys the development of the connection from the Young Hegelians through the main Marxist thinkers to contemporary debates. Leading scholars including Terrell Carver, Chris Arthur and Gary Browning debate themes such as: the nature of the connection itself; scientific method; political economy; the Hegelian basis to Marx's 'Doctoral Dissertation'; human needs; history and international relations.
155-56. Randall, Mary Lincoln; Biography ofa Marriage. p. 47-48. Lincoln et al., Collected Works V. 1. 1824-1848. p. 288-290. Miller, Lincoln and His World; V. 4. ThePath to thePresidency, 1854-1860. p. 178. 41 Donald, Lincoln. p.
Author: Fred J. Martin Jr.
PRAISE FOR ABRAHAM LINCOLNS PATH TO REELECTION IN 1864 OUR GREATEST VICTORY Political polls consistently record a substantial lack of confidence in national political leaders of both major parties and a disturbing sentiment that the United States is on the wrong track in current policy developments.. These sentiments lead to unfortunate summaries of alleged failures of our democratic institutions and proposals.. Fortunately, at this moment in our history, Fred J. Martin Jr. has stepped forward with a comprehensive analysis of politics in 1860s and most importantly, the political genius Abraham Lincoln as he led our country through a series of perilous crises into new paths of confidence and greatness. I admire, especially, Fred Martin's mastery of political detail and the large variety of motivations, strategies, and actions of a wide assortment of political players. -Former Senator Richard Lugar Arguably the most consequential election in American history, the presidential contest of 1864 has cried out for a more sophisticated analysis than it has heretofore received. Fortunately, Fred Martins background in political journalism and in banking has enabled him to provide such an analysis in this book, which is a welcome addition to the Lincoln literature. --Michael Burlingame, Author, Abraham Lincoln: A Life; Distinguished Chair in Lincoln Studies, History Department, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Illinois, Springfield IL Fred Martin has written an illuminating account of the roots of Lincolns success as president, culminating in his victory in the critical election of 1864. Effectively using Lincolns words as well as those of his contemporaries, Martin demonstrates how it became possible for Lincoln to overcome his early background and become a skillful and ethical political leader who saved the Union and ended slavery. The book clearly is a labor of love for Martin, a long-time student of Abraham Lincoln. Every person interested in Lincoln and his presidency should have this well researched and well-written book in his/her library. -- William C. Harris, author of Lincoln and the Border States: Preserving the Union (2011) and Lincoln and the Union Governors (2013)
Collected Works, vol. 41, Marx and Engels Correspondence, 1860–64 (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1985), 390. 42 Mosse, Toward the Final Solution, 56. Mosse is attuned to the colonial dimension but, higher on the same page, asserts that ...
Author: Patrick Wolfe
Publisher: Verso Books
Category: Social Science
How race rose and spread across the globe Traces of History presents a new approach to race and to comparative colonial studies. Bringing a historical perspective to bear on the regimes of race that colonizers have sought to impose on Aboriginal people in Australia, on Blacks and Native Americans in the United States, on Ashkenazi Jews in Western Europe, on Arab Jews in Israel/Palestine, and on people of African descent in Brazil, this book shows how race marks and reproduces the different relationships of inequality into which Europeans have coopted subaltern populations: territorial dispossession, enslavement, confinement, assimilation, and removal. Charting the different modes of domination that engender specific regimes of race and the strategies of anti-colonial resistance they entail, the book powerfully argues for cross-racial solidarities that respect these historical differences.
183. Mortimer, Every Man, 14th ed., v– vi. 184. Philanthropos, Every Man, 78–79. 185. Philanthropos, 23, iv. Chapter Two 1. Marx and Engels Collected Works, vol. 41, Letters, 1860–64 (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 2010), 543. 2.
Author: Paul Crosthwaite
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Introduction : three centuries of financial advice -- Making the market (1720-1800) -- Navigating the market (1800-1870) -- Playing the market (1870-1910) -- Chartists and fundamentalists (1910-1950) -- Domestic budgets and efficient markets (1950-1990) -- Gurus and robots (1990-2020) -- Conclusion : investing through the crisis.
Author: Taehan Minʼguk Kukhoe TosŏgwanPublish On: 1990
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41. New York Tribune , February 28 , 1860. The manuscript of the speech is not extant , and the version printed in Lincoln's Collected Works was reproduced from the Lincoln - edited pamphlet . See CW , 3 : 522n . 42.
Author: William Charles Harris
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Emphasizes the conservative bent that guided the young statesman's remarkable political evolution, revealing a Lincoln who was increasingly driven by his antislavery sentiments and fear for the republic in the hands of the Democrats like Stephen Douglas as much as--if not more than--his own political ambition.
22 , 1864 , Collected Works , VII : 512 . 40. Annual Message to Congress , Dec. 3 , 1861 , Collected Works , V : 53 . 41. Address at Cooper Institute , New York City , Feb. 27 , 1860 , Collected Works , III : 550 . 42.
Author: William Butler YeatsPublish On: 1994-09-30
For the German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860), 'will' is the true reality, an unconscious force in ... Yeats and Purohit Swāmi used a variety of terms for these: 'ignorance' (AY 64, 82) and 'heaviness, exhaustion' (p.
Author: William Butler Yeats
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Compiling nineteen essays and introductions, a volume with explanatory notes includes Per Amica Silentia Lunae and On the Boiler as well as introductions on Shelley and Balzac and essays on Irish poetry and politics.
(62 U.S.) at 506, 516, 518, 526; Hyman & Wiecek, supra note 46, at 199–201; Ableman v. Booth, 11 Wis. 517 (1860); Booth v. ... See Boritt, supra note 64, at 164; 3 Lincoln, Collected Works, supra note 65, at 268; Eric Foner, Free Soil, ...
Author: Andrew E. Taslitz
Publisher: NYU Press
The modern law of search and seizure permits warrantless searches that ruin the citizenry's trust in law enforcement, harms minorities, and embraces an individualistic notion of the rights that it protects, ignoring essential roles that properly-conceived protections of privacy, mobility, and property play in uniting Americans. Many believe the Fourth Amendment is a poor bulwark against state tyrannies, particularly during the War on Terror. Historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects, and Andrew E. Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment, which includes two novel arguments. First, that the original Fourth Amendment of 1791—born in political struggle between the English and the colonists—served important political functions, particularly in regulating expressive political violence. Second, that the Amendment’s meaning changed when the Fourteenth Amendment was created to give teeth to outlawing slavery, and its focus shifted from primary emphasis on individualistic privacy notions as central to a white democratic polis to enhanced protections for group privacy, individual mobility, and property in a multi-racial republic. With an understanding of the historical roots of the Fourth Amendment, suggests Taslitz, we can upend negative assumptions of modern search and seizure law, and create new institutional approaches that give political voice to citizens and safeguard against unnecessary humiliation and dehumanization at the hands of the police.
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On: 1887
Helmuth ( W. T. ) The laugh cure ; surgery vs. medicine . [ A poem . ] ... Press & Circ . , Lond . , 1879 , n . s . , xxvii , 502 : xxviii , 41 ; 242. ... Medicine ( Collected works of single au- Medicine ( Collected MEDICINE .
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
"Collection of incunabula and early medical prints in the library of the Surgeon-general's office, U.S. Army": Ser. 3, v. 10, p. 1415-1436.