Notes on the mating habits of the sparrow hawk . Auk , vol . 42 , pp . 268-269 . BLACKWELDER , Eliot . 1919. Notes on the summer birds of the upper Yukon region , Alaska . ... Descriptions of seven supposed new North American birds .
This wholesale misuse of the authority that Jesus had conferred upon Peter provoked the rigorous monk Luther, ... had been renewed from within by a series of austere inspired churchmen—most of them founders of new religious orders.
Author: Russell Kirk
Publisher: Open Road Media
What holds America together? In this classic work, Russell Kirk describes the beliefs and institutions that have nurtured the American soul and commonwealth. Beginning with the Hebrew prophets, Kirk examines in dramatic fashion the sources of American order. His analytical narrative might be called “a tale of five cities”: Jerusalem, Athens, Rome, London, and Philadelphia. For an understanding of the significance of America at the dawn of a new century, Russell Kirk’s masterpiece on the history of American civilization is unsurpassable. This edition includes a new foreword by the distinguished historian Forrest McDonald.
Author: United States. Army. Judge Advocate General's DeptPublish On: 1864
and in Missouri the “ American Organization ; " these , however , being apparently names used outside of the lodges of the order . Its members have also been familiarly designated as “ Butternuts ” by the country people of Illinois ...
Author: United States. Army. Judge Advocate General's Dept
Closely related to the above is a third myth about the AWO, one that concerns claims about the benevolent nature of the liberal order. In her “New American Moment” speech at the Council on Foreign Relations in September 2010, ...
Author: Amitav Acharya
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Political Science
The age of Western hegemony is over. Whether or not America itself declines or thrives under President Trump's leadership, the post-war liberal international order underpinned by US military, economic and ideological primacy and supported by global institutions serving its power and purpose, is coming to an end. But what will take its place? A Chinese world order? A re-constituted form of American hegemony? A regionalized system of global cooperation, including major and emerging powers? In this updated and extended edition of his widely acclaimed book, Amitav Acharya offers an incisive answer to this fundamental question. While the US will remain a major force in world affairs, he argues that it has lost the ability to shape world order after its own interests and image. As a result, the US will be one of a number of anchors including emerging powers, regional forces, and a concert of the old and new powers shaping a new world order. Rejecting labels such as multipolar, apolar, or G-Zero, Acharya likens the emerging system to a multiplex theatre, offering a choice of plots (ideas), directors (power), and action (leadership) under one roof. Finally, he reflects on the policies that the US, emerging powers and regional actors must pursue to promote stability in this decentred but interdependent, multiplex world. Written by a leading scholar of the international relations of the non-Western world, and rising above partisan punditry, this book represents a major contribution to debates over the post-American era.
Printed for the Use of the American Samoan Commission, 1931 American Samoa. piration of this six months period , a new voucher shall be prepared by the treasurer and the payment made to the employee concerned as a charge against the ...
The modern concept of the order ( Romer , 1950 ) is based primarily on specimens , now largely regarded as amphibians , from other Pennsylvanian and Permian deposits . Because there is still considerable controversy over the composition ...
He received the Holy City of Peace Award of Israel in 1972, Golden Echo Award of Italy in 1973, and Order of La Fayette Medal of Honor of France in 1974. Mr. Hansen was named an honorary citizen of several cities in various parts of the ...
These historical experiences had consequences for the social order the Cambodians were able to establish in North America and for the role that Cambodian Buddhism played in this social order. In their study of the temple in Long Beach, ...
Author: Paul David Numrich
The first multi-author collection of social scientific scholarship on North American Buddhists, this volume examines the current state of research and key aspects of Buddhist life and experience in social context. Case studies feature Southeast Asian, Japanese, Taiwanese, Korean, meditation-oriented, and socially engaged Buddhists.
Technical Report 61, Department of Health Science Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. Tocqueville, Alexis de. ... New York: Oxford University Press. Todd, Emmanuel. 2003. After the Empire: The Breakdown of the American Order.
Author: Giacomo Chiozza
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Political Science
News stories remind us almost daily that anti-American opinion is rampant in every corner of the globe. Journalists, scholars, and politicians alike reinforce the perception that anti-Americanism is an entrenched sentiment in many foreign countries. Political scientist Giacomo Chiozza challenges this conventional wisdom, arguing that foreign public opinion about the U.S. is much more diverse and nuanced than is generally believed. Chiozza examines the character, source, and persistence of foreign attitudes toward the United States. His findings are based on worldwide public opinion databases that surveyed anti-American sentiment in Islamic countries, Europe, Latin America, Africa, and East Asia. Data compiled from responses in a wide range of categories -- including politics, wealth, science and technology, popular culture, and education -- indicate that anti-American sentiments vary widely across these geographic regions. Through careful analyses, Chiozza shows how foreign publics balance the political, social, and cultural dimensions of the U.S. in their own perceptions of the country. He finds that popular anti-Americanism is mostly benign and shallow; deep-seated ideological opposition to the U.S. is usually held among a minority of groups. More often, Chiozza explains, foreigners have conflicting attitudes toward the U.S. He finds that while anti-Americanism certainly exists, the United States is equally praised as a symbol of democracy and freedom, its ideals of liberty, equality, and opportunity applauded. Chiozza clearly demonstrates that what is reported as undisputed fact -- that various groups abhor American values -- is in reality a complex story. -- Lisa Blaydes
New facts and observations are perpetually running across these lines of separation ; and , while they show that the ... But , in many cases , the genera run into each other , and to some in each the distinguishing marks of the order do ...
Author: Jared Sparks
Category: American fiction
Vols. 277-230, no. 2 include Stuff and nonsense, v. 5-6, no. 8, Jan. 1929-Aug. 1930.