By Catherine R. Schenk (eds.)
By Eisenhower, Dwight David; Gellman, Irwin F.; Nixon, Richard Milhous
greater than part a century after Eisenhower left place of work, the background of his presidency is so clouded via fable, partisanship, and outright fraud that the majority humans have little realizing of ways Ike’s management labored or what it complete. We know—or imagine we know—that Eisenhower distrusted his vp, Richard Nixon, and saved him at arm’s size; that he did little to boost civil rights; that he sat via as Joseph McCarthy’s reckless anticommunist crusade threatened to break his management; and that he deliberate the disastrous 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. None of this is often true.
The President and the Apprentice finds a unique Eisenhower, and a distinct Nixon. Ike relied on and depended on Nixon, sending him on many delicate abroad missions. Eisenhower, now not Truman, accomplished the desegregation of the army. Eisenhower and Nixon, now not Lyndon Johnson, driven the Civil Rights Act of 1957 during the Senate. Eisenhower was resolute to carry down McCarthy and did so. Nixon by no means, opposite to fresh debts, observed a psychotherapist, yet whereas Ike was once getting better from his middle assault in 1955, Nixon was once overworked, overanxious, overmedicated, and on the limits of his skill to function.
in accordance with 20 years of study in several information, many formerly untouched, this booklet bargains a clean and staggering account of the Eisenhower presidency.
“Irwin Gellman’s fantastic study and believable reconstruction of the Eisenhower-Nixon courting may possibly revolutionize the which means of ancient revisionism. The President and the Apprentice is an unsettling tour de force.”—David Levering Lewis, writer of King: A Biography and W.E.B. Du Bois: A Biography, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Biography
By James E. Tomayko
By Linda Eisenmann
The background of women's schooling within the usa provides a continuing attempt to maneuver from the outer edge to the mainstream, and this e-book examines either formal and casual possibilities for women and ladies. via an introductory essay and approximately 250 alphabetically prepared entries, this reference publication examines associations, people, rules, occasions, and hobbies within the historical past of women's schooling within the usa. the amount spans the colonial period to the current, exploring settings from formal associations equivalent to faculties and schools to casual institutions akin to suffrage teams and reform agencies the place ladies won talents and used wisdom. an entire photograph of women's academic historical past provides their paintings in mainstream associations, sex-segregated colleges, and casual organisations that served as substitute academic settings.
Educational heritage varies drastically for girls of other races, periods, and ethnicities. The event of a few teams has been good documented. therefore entries at the Seven Sisters women's schools and the reform enterprises of the revolutionary period exhibit vast historic element. different girls were studied only in the near past. hence entries on African American college founders or girls academics current substantial new info that students interpret opposed to a much broader context. eventually, a few women's historical past has but to be thoroughly explored. Hispanic American girls and Catholic educating sisters are mentioned in entries that spotlight old questions nonetheless last. every one access is written through a professional contributor and concludes with a short bibliography. the amount closes with a timeline of women's academic heritage and a listing of significant normal works for additional reading.
By Gayle Callen
No traditional Engagement omit Jane Whittington's hopes were dashed. She'd regularly imagined herself marrying anyone bold, adventurous, interesting. as a substitute, the fellow her father has betrothed her to is...a fop! definitely William Chadwick is devastatingly good-looking, yet Jane may perhaps by no means love a dandy who cares for not anything shop the most recent models. So why does his heated gaze enflame a hope in her that she's by no means recognized? No traditional Love His paintings as a British secret agent has stored William except right society for years -- and he has no concept that his most modern “disguise” is whatever lower than applicable. Now that he longs for an easier, more secure lot, he believes he is stumbled on his excellent bride during this impossible to resist attractiveness. however it will take a distinct type of seduction to win Jane's center. And whilst the Crown calls him again into provider, how can William refuse -- whether it charges him the peace he covets...and the girl he can now not stay with no?
By Noreen Giffney, Michelle M. Sauer, Diane Watt (eds.)
By René van Horik
Particular sort ofdigital info item is extra pragmatic. the point of interest at the sturdiness of electronic surrogatesof ancient pictures allows the research of accessible buildingblocks for electronic renovation comparable to guidance, methods, instruments, standards,strategies and strategies to allow long term entry to electronic information gadgets. This dissertationexamines intimately the position of electronic protection options, dossier formatstandards, content material layout criteria, metadata schemas and different development blocksfor the realisation of sturdy electronic surrogates of ancient photographs.It is apparent that the toughness of electronic items is especially a lot decided bythe point of dedication of an corporation that considers itself because the curatorof the electronic items. this is often less a technical than an organisational factor. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]