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Author: Seth Cantey
Publisher: Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, [2016]
ISBNISSN: 9781475828955, 1475828950
Genre: Electronic books, History
Notes: 1 online resource : illustrations, maps.
Responsibility: The Middle East & South Asia
Other titles: Middle East and South Asia
Middle East & South Asia 2016-2017
Edition: eBook : Document : English : 50th anniversary edition
©1905. The Power of Awareness attempts to demonstrate how to use our mind to realize our wishes. As such, it is an important part of the larger New Thought Movement, in which Neville holds a prominent place. The New Thought Movement or New Thought is a spiritual movement which developed in the United States during the late 19th century and emphasizes metaphysical beliefs. It consists of a loosely allied group of religious denominations, secular membership organizations, authors, philosophers, and individuals who share a set of metaphysical beliefs concerning the effects of positive thinking, the law of attraction, healing, life force, creative visualization, and personal power. It promotes the ideas that "Infinite Intelligence" or "God" is ubiquitous, spirit is the totality of real things, true human selfhood is divine, divine thought is a force for good, all sickness originates in the mind, and 'right thinking' has a healing effect. Literaturangaben. 1. From Hope to Crisis --
2. End of the Open Frontier --
3. The Growth Illusion --
4. Rise of Corporate Power in America --
5. Assault of the Corporate Libertarians --
6. Decline of Democratic Pluralism --
7. Illusions of the Cloud Minders --
8. Dreaming of Global Empires --
9. Building Elite Consensus --
10. Buying Out Democracy --
11. Marketing the World --
12. Adjusting the Poor --
13. Guaranteeing Corporate Rights --
14. The Money Game --
15. Predatory Finance --
16. Corporate Cannibalism --
17. Managed Competition --
18. Race to the Bottom --
19. The End of Inefficiency --
20. People with No Place --
21. The Ecological Revolution --
22. Good Living --
23. An Awakened Civil Society --
24. Agenda for Change --
Epilogue: A Choice for Life --
Appendix: The People's Earth Declaration: A Proactive Agenda for the Future. Night as counternarrative : the Jewish background / Nehemia Polen --
Night and the teaching of history : the trauma of transit / Simone Gigliotti --
Night and the encounter with Auschwitz / Michael Berenbaum --
Faith and God during the Holocaust : teaching Night with the later memoirs / Alan L. Berger --
The original Yiddish text and the context of Night / Jan Schwarz --
Teaching La nuit in comparative contexts / Judith Clark Schaneman --
Wiesel and Kerteʹsz : Night in the context of Hungarian Holocaust literature / Rita Horvaʹth --
Night's literary art : a close reading of chapter 1 / Susanne Klingenstein --
Night in the contexts of Holocaust memoirs / David Patterson --
Strategies for teaching Wiesel's Night with Levi's Survival in Auschwitz / Jonathan Druker --
Seeing Atrocity : Night and the limits of witnessing / Michael Bernard-Donals --
Night and critical thinking / Paul Eisenstein --
Negotiating the distance : collaborative learning and teaching Night / Phyllis Lassner --
Interdisciplinary Night : an integrative approach / Christopher J. Frost --
Night and spiritual autobiography / Kevin Lewis --
Night and video testimony / Jan Darsa --
The real questions : using Night in teaching the Holocaust / John K. Roth. Step-by-step approach that first shows students how to collect ideas and then helps them to create their prose clearly. Preface, v; Introduction; I The Mineral Statistics, vii; II Flintshire Mineral Production, ix; III Denbighshire Mineral Production, xiv; IV The Mine Tables, xvii; County Production Tables, xxiii; Figure 1: Denbigh and Minera Lead Production, xxix; Figure 2: Flint and Denbigh Share of Total UK Output, xxx; The Tables of Production, Ownership, Management and Employment; Flintshire Mines; Abbot Fawr to Byrllnblas, 1-12; Cae Coch to Cwmllanerch, 12-20; Dafern Dywyll to Dyserth Castle, 20-24; Ebury to Fronissa, 24-30; Garneddwen to Gyrn, 30-37; Hafna to Howell, 37-54; Jamaica to Lord Richard, 54-60; Machno to Mount Pleasant, 60-68; Nant to Orsedd, 68-70; Pant to Pwllwheal, 70-93; Quarry to Rock, 93-98; Saithaelwyd to Summer Hill, 98-103; Talacre to Tyrbach, 103-113; Ucha United to Vron, 113-116; Waen to Wynn, 116-120; Sundries, 120-121. Denbighshire Mines; Aberduna to Bwlchgwyn, 125-127; Caepant to Crest, 128-130; Deans to Elwy River, East, 130-133; Ffrith Redyn to Grosvenor, 133-134; Hendre Ddu to Lowes Park, 135-138; Maesysafn to Mona, 138-149; Nant Uchaf to Powis Mine, 149-154; Raglan to Steddfod, Lower, 155; True Blue to Union, Old, 155-157; Waenlas to Yroncysyllte, 157-160; Sundries, 160; Appendix: List of Mines Arranged by Grid References, 161. Mort is an unpromising, gangling teenager who becomes an apprentice to Death, but proves less than gifted at his new task of ushering souls out of the world. In fact, when it comes to the rather attractive Princess Keli, due to be assassinated, Mort fluffs it completely. He kills the assassin instead, thus interfering with the implacable workings of Fate, but reality isn't changed so easily; history as it should have been begins to take shape around Keli's city state of Sto Lat. Can Mort save Keli before she is squeezed out of existence? * Acknowledgments * Prologue * Glenway Wescott * Introduction * Wisconsin Days * France in the Jazz Age * The Manhattan Years * The Activist Years * Sunset at Haymeadows * Aaron Copland * Introduction * Brooklyn Days * Life In France * The Musicalization of Americana * Populist * Organizer * Innovator * Elder Statesman * The Copland Legacy * Dag Hammarskjold * Introduction * The Red Castle * Golden Boy * The Great Depression * The War Years * The United Nations * Global Peacemaker * Tragedy in the Congo * Epilogue * Further Reading * Index "Leave the mirror and change your face. Leave the world alone and change your conceptions of yourself." Includes index. "TLC10581"--Cover.
"A unique approach to teaching basic writing skills"--Cover. v. 1. Abstinence--
Drug Enforcement Administration --
v. 2. Drug laws--
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v. 3. Oxycodone--
youth culture. Starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert. Frank Capra's classic romantic comedy tells the stroy of a runaway heiress who falls in love with a cynical reporter on a cross-country bus trip across America. This 'Oscar' winning film was specially adapted for the radio and performed in front of a live studio audience by many of the original film stars.