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Contested Truths: Keywords in American Politics Since Independence

Daniel T. Rodgers - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 270 pages
Contention, argument, and power have always been the tradition in American political talk. Any country that began in a revolution was bound to have this history. But the ...
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The Work Ethic in Industrial America, 1850-1920

Daniel T. Rodgers - Social Science - 2009 - 316 pages
"Rodgers's book is a study of how technology affects ideas. That is the issue to which Rodgers always returns: how did men and women react to the economy of unprecedented ...
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Age of Fracture

Daniel T. Rodgers - History - 2011 - 352 pages
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Cultures in Motion

Daniel T. Rodgers, Bhavani Raman, Helmut Reimitz - History - 2013 - 384 pages
In the wide-ranging and innovative essays of Cultures in Motion, a dozen distinguished historians offer new conceptual vocabularies for understanding how cultures have ...
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Atlantic Crossings: A Sailor's Guide to Europe and Beyond

Les Weatheritt - Sports & Recreation - 2006 - 314 pages
The main intent of this book is to prepare the North American sailor for his first crossing of the Atlantic to Europe. It is actually so exhaustive in its coverage that it will ...
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American Progressives and German Social Reform, 1875-1920: Social Ethics ...

Axel R. Schäfer - History - 2000 - 252 pages
This study recreates the intellectual climate and transatlantic setting of turn-of-the-century American reform. It examines the influence and meaning of German social thought ...
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Crossings

P. Brian McNeece - Fiction - 2004 - 288 pages
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Crossings

Willie J Williams - Fiction - 2005
"With his upcoming marriage to Clayton, he felt, somewhat ironically, that he would be free. He no longer thought about the real reason he had originally come to Miami. It was ...
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