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Links 1 through 10 of 1584 thom lann's Bookmarks

A speech given by President Roosevelt in Washington on March 13, 1905, before the National Congress of Mothers. Booms still a righteous booming sound.

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Commonly referred to as <Positivismusstreit,> translated and presented in part here as THE POSITIVIST DISPUTE IN GERMAN SOCIOLOGY. English translation
copyright © 1976 by Heinemann Educational Books. From this was begot many a woe for the aspiring cultural critic --- note, the Adorno and Habermas as included.

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Lyndon Larouche's book on the state of American diplomacy during the Carter years. Larouche revisits key moments in diplomatic history and questions the American Century... but on the whole -- to be able to explain this book would be to get in and out of some strange mental places.

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from the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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Handsome website, fine books,.

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Funny that this receives so little attention despite their being so much interest in digital archives?

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"| The stunning events of July 1804 were almost unfathomable for the citizens of the new American republic. One Founding Father had fatally wounded another. Alexander Hamilton was dead and Aaron Burr would be indicted for murder. The duel and its aftermath marked a turning point in American culture."

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