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Supreme Ambition

Supreme Ambition

by Ruth Marcus
496 Pages · 2019 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Conversations with RBG
by Jeffrey Rosen
272 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 1,855 Downloads · New!
Conversations with RBG are the memoir, court law, United States and constitutional law book which explains the two decades of law and justice in America. Jeffrey Rosen is the author of this magnificent book. She is the author of six other books and Rosen has experience of three decades in the law field. He discusses the political procedures from the 1990s to current Donald Trump’s era. The two political parties of the United States share governance in all those years. Democratic Party and Republican Party are the ones who compete with each other in the elections. In the last thirty years, the Democratic Party get their most of time in governance and Republican in opposition.
Max Weber in America
by Lawrence A. Scaff
329 Pages · 2011 · 1.4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Max Weber and his wife Marianne visited the United States of America in the year 1904. He is known to be the founder of the sociology and the modern social sciences. His trip to America is a turning point in his life and an important part of his life as this becomes the reason behind shaping his ideas. The only source of information about Weber was his 1926 biography. Max Weber in America by Lawrence A. Scaff PDF carefully reconstructs his visit to America as it is the most important episode of his career. This book also shows his critical reception of Weber’s work was as an American which itself is an interesting story. Lawrence also provides various new details about his America’s visit. After reading this book, you will come to know about what he did, who did he meet, what he saw, capitalism, Romance, race, science, Protestantism, and a lot of other things. The author traces the impact of Weber on the social sciences in the United States after his death. Moreover, this book also explains the ideas of the Weber, how these ideas are interpreted, disseminated, and translated by American scholars as well as how Weberian canon codified in America. In conclusion, Max Weber in America by Lawrence A. Scaff is a book on the leading scholar, Max Weber in America and transform our understanding of his place in history and understanding of his social sciences.
Separate is Never Equal
by Tonatiuh Duncan
40 Pages · 2014 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Separate is Never Equal is the United States, racist, cultural and history book which describe the racism in the schools of America. Tonatiuh Duncan is the author of this stunning book. The outstanding book by the author which must be placed in every library and school of the country. She describes all the challenges of young students in this book which immigrants face in their earlier school life. The author describes the true story of Mendez’s family who successfully fights for their rights and won the case of desegregated schools. Racism in America is own its peak which is started from the school. At the end of WWII, there are thousands of families who migrated from all over the world to get shelter in the American States. The white kids hate to study with immigrants and they tease the other children who came from outside. They are very rude to their class fellows and white kids are superior from other children in the school. These American kids do not like black and brown kids to have in their classes. There are students from different backgrounds like Chinese, Latinos, Jews, and Japanese. The government is thinking to make special schools for the kids from other nation and they introduce the concept of segregation. A brave family stands against this decision for the future of their kids and thousands of other kids who are in the country.
Unfreedom of the Press
by Mark R. Levin
272 Pages · 2019 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Unfreedom of the Press is the U.S government, political sciences, media and politics book which tells how important the press is in this modern world. Mark R. Levin is the author of this wonderful book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and won multiple awards of his writing. Mark talk about the media how it helps the world to become a better place and at the same time, it is used by the politicians to manipulate the nations. Press usually work in the neutral without taking any sides and they are acting as a member of the society. They ask questions and raised the issues which common people are suffering from. There are limited channels at the beginning of the 21st century but now there are thousands of news channels in the world. Now the competition is tight and every channel is n race to beat others. This competition has changed the concept and purpose of the press. Now, the press becomes the poppet of politicians and dictators. They help the dictators and politicians to build the narrative, conduct the fake surveys and delivers the fake reports just to manipulate the people. The American people are also the victim of their press and now they are suffering from it. This book is not an ordinary book on the press as Mark talked about self-censorship, passing off opinion, groupthink, and propaganda.
White Rage
by Carol Anderson
304 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
White Rage is the local government, literature, racism, and U.S politics book that explain the lives of African-Americans in the United States. Coral Anderson is the author of this outstanding book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Carol is the author of a few nonfiction books. All of his books are popular among the people. Carol did his complete research before writing any book. He is also the award-winning author. From centuries black people in America are suffering from white supremacy. White people believe that they have the right to degrade black people. Black is born to become their slave but with the passage of time, their lives begin to get better. From centuries Africans are fighting for their rights but still, there is a lot more to come. In nineteenth-century, black people get the chance to vote for the political parties and they are considered as the people of the country. They are not appointed on a high profile job. Most of them work on the industries and farms as a worker. They did not own any kind of property and their life was miserable. Now the government provides a number of facilities to them but still, white supremacy is on the top.
The Operator
by Robert O’Neill
368 Pages · 2018 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Operator is the biography, memoir, Iraq War, Afghan War, history, and the war on terror book which discusses the journey of a Navy Seal who hit the bullet in the heart of Osama. Robert O’Neill is the author of this superb book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and everyone praised his honest writing and dedication with the job. Robert born and raised in Butte and he join the armed forces in the age of nineteen. He was the operator in the navy seal and he takes part in four-hundred combats. His major missions include the rescue of Marcus Luttrell, the lone survivor who was captured by the Somalian pirates. Robert was also the part of the team when they successfully rescue Captain Richard Phillips in the Indian Ocean. He was a little bit nervous when it comes to tackling the Osama Bin Laden, his heart was full of hate and anger while shooting a bullet in the heart of Laden. His career was more than three decades and he fought with bravery no matter the conditions are supporting him or not. Robert shares the memories from his early days of training, shocking moments and how he managed to survive even in the conditions when everyone around him injured or dead.