2 edition of Government and politics in the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Government and politics in the twentieth century
Gwendolen Margaret Carter
|Statement||by Gwendolen M. Carter and John H. Herz.|
|Series||Books that matter|
|Contributions||Herz, John H., 1908- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||JA66 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||61009661|
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The final book of the brilliant historian and indomitable public critic Tony Judt, Thinking the Twentieth Century unites the conflicted intellectual history of an epoch into a soaring narrative. The twentieth century comes to life as an age of ideas - a time when, for good and for ill, the thoughts of the few reigned over the lives of the many/5. Tony Blair (–) Gordon Brown (–10) Conservative-Lib Dem Coalition. David Cameron () Major British Political and Social Events Since Britain’s political and social scene has changed dramatically over the course of a century, with the result that it’s barely recognisable today. Here are just a few of the important events.
Explore the development, actions and ideologies behind twentieth century extremism. With a range of content focused on political extremism and radical thought in the UK, Europe, Australia and North America, Political Extremism provides a range of documents and audio recordings covering the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. The archive will contain over , . The pocketbook politics Jacobs describes unfolded over the first six decades of the twentieth century on both the local and national levels, encompassing activities that ranged from grass-roots protests such as rent strikes and consumer boycotts to congressional law-making and the bureaucratic administration of national wage and price controls.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carter, Gwendolen Margaret, Government and politics in the twentieth century. New York, Praeger . Pocketbook Politics: Economic Citizenship in Twentieth-Century America (Politics and Society in Modern America) (Politics and Society in Modern America (46)) [Jacobs, Meg] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Pocketbook Politics: Economic Citizenship in Twentieth-Century America (Politics and Society in Modern America) (Politics and Society in Modern Cited by: : Politics, Personality, and Social Science in the Twentieth Century: Essays in Honor of Harold D.
Lasswell (): Rogow, Arnold A.: BooksAuthor: Arnold A. Rogow. Three characteristics of identity politics ‘Identity politics’ came into vogue in the late twentieth century to describe a wide range of political struggles which occur with increasing frequency and constitute one of the most pressing political problems of the present.
This collection of essays was the first book to address these issues over the entire twentieth century. It brings together leading financial and political historians to assess the government-City relationship from several directions and by examination of key episodes. Boiled down, Meg Jacobs argues that consumerism is political.
And that the pocketbook politics of the twentieth century () instituted "radical reforms" and restructuring in the American capitalist system/5. Readers of Wisconsin Politics and Government are likely to find a close correspondence between Wisconsin's social, economic, and political experience during the twentieth century and the essential democratic characteristics Alexis de Tocqueville describes in his classic work Democracy in example, Wisconsin’s twentieth-century civil society was highly.
Yet to my knowledge, there is only one book dealing with the overall human cost of this "nuclear war"--Gil Elliot's Twentieth Century Book of the Dead. What is needed is a reconceptualization of government and politics consistent with what we now know about democide and related misery.
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Jan-Werner Müller presents a major account of political thought in twentieth century Europe. Müller argues that the Second World War was pivotal in shaping the democratic values so familiar in the European community.
Although the author carefully considers the most familiar thinkers alongside those now forgotten, Bill Kissane feels that the book still tells only half the story. The book Shaped by the State: Toward a New Political History of the Twentieth Century, Edited by Brent Cebul, Lily Geismer, and Mason B.
Williams is published by University of Chicago Press. But, as Pocketbook Politics dramatically shows, the twentieth-century American polity in fact developed in response to that very consumer concern. In this groundbreaking study, Meg Jacobs demonstrates how pocketbook politics provided the engine for American political conflict throughout the twentieth century.
This book focuses on the forces that will shape education politics and policy into the 21st century. Ten chapters written by prominent educators center on the roles to be played by education professionals, local citizen groups, government agencies, and business leaders in shaping education policy, responses to racial and ethnic segregation, school restructuring, technology Cited by: 8.
Read this book on Questia. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century by Gwendolen M. Carter, John H. Herz, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century ().
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In his new book, The Power of Place: Contentious Politics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai and Bombay, Mark Frazier examines changes in political geographies and patterns of popular protest in the two cities, analyzing debates over ideology, citizenship, and political representation, and comparing clashes over housing, jobs, policing, and public.
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The twentieth century has demonstrated that extremist governments from both the left-wing (e.g. communism) and the right-wing (e.g.
fascism) are prone to. She is the author of Fixing the Poor: Eugenic Sterilization and Child Welfare in the Twentieth Century, Mother-Work: Women, Child Welfare, and the State, – and the coeditor of "Bad" Mothers: The Politics of Blame in Twentieth-Century America.
Paul Robeson (–) was perhaps the most all-around talented American of the twentieth century. He was an internationally renowned concert singer, actor, college football star and. Twentieth Century British History, Vol Issue 1,The book aims to provide a more comprehensive coverage of what the Liberal party was about, and of the role of Liberal ideological commitment in developing a rounded party programme.
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