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Shadows of Hope

Shadows of Hope ebook ISBN: 9780253352842
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Author: Sam Smith
Number of Pages: 268 
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Getting beyond the public persona to explore the personal side of Bill Clinton's background and political career, the author details the cultural issues and areas affected by the current presidency.

Bootcamp for Christ

Bootcamp for Christ ebook ISBN: 160383088X
Publisher: Holy Fire Publishing
Author: T. C. Greer
Number of Pages: 188 
File: bootcamp-for-christ.pdf
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Boot Camp For Christ is a Christian Study written by a Christian/U.S. Army soldier which puts Christians through a 11 chapter/week Boot Camp which will help them grow spiritually just as U.S. Army boot camp helps soldiers to grow physically. In it I share my experience and knowledge I have learned as a soldier and use scripture to back up my points. Anyone that uses this study, wants to grow spiritually and gives it their all will be a better Christian in the end and will be a better soldier for God's kingdom. To be a better Army for God, why not learn some things from the best military in the world....the U.S Military.

A Bootcamp for Criminals

A Bootcamp for Criminals ebook ISBN: 1527534162
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Author: Noreen Hermans Eiss
Number of Pages: 233 
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In America’s criminal justice system, despite the assumption of innocence until one is proved guilty, the accused is often incarcerated in a county facility pending trials that can be delayed for years. This situation is exacerbated by the plea bargaining process, which makes those accused admit to crimes they did not do in order to obtain a lighter sentence, the defendant’s inability to face an accuser in court, and the inestimable cost to loved ones and communities of the incarcerated. Drawing from the most current books on America’s prisons and prison reform initiatives, journal articles, magazine excerpts, the latest breaking news politically, and the gut wrenching stories of people experiencing torturous conditions, this book paints a grim picture of a system built on the ethos of power, designed not to rehabilitate or restore an offender to civil society upon release, but to exact punitive measures to break one’s mind and body, in order to effect a master-slave dynamic to ensure complete control over a servile inmate population. America continues to love its slaves, and, at the rate incarceration is growing, no one is safe; major corporations now are capitalizing on the cheap labor that inmates provide. The terrifying truth is that the for-profit prison template ratcheted up under President Donald Trump is now a well-oiled machine gearing up to operate full throttle, to incarcerate as many people as possible because mass incarceration equals massive profits.

In the Shadow of Race

In the Shadow of Race ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Routledge
Author: Teja Arboleda
Number of Pages: 268 
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In this chronicle of his journey through life as a multicultural and multiethnic American, Teja Arboleda uniquely and personally challenges institutionalized notions of race, culture, ethnicity, and class. His engrossing, well-told story brings us face-to-face with vital questions: What is the state of race relations in America today? How are we thinking about diversity? Are we missing something? What factors need to be considered? Are we really addressing the concerns of a multiracial/multicultural population? What's the difference? Arboleda has presented his story around the United States through his one-man performance-lecture, "Ethnic Man!" Now, in this book, he fleshes out the depth of his experience as a culturally and racially mixed American, illustrating throughout the enigma of cultural and racial identity and the American identity crisis.

Deep in the Shadows

Deep in the Shadows ebook ISBN: 1456747053
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Billy D. Smith
Number of Pages: 236 
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This book represents the third fiction in the Shadow series. The story takes place at Malta, where a conference between all the major countries of the world is trying to solve the problems that affect every nation. A disruptive element plans to stop or cause problems so the conference cannot complete its mission to find solutions to the problem. Clay and his comrades go to Malta to prevent the terrorist from achieving their intended chaos. The second part of the book takes place in Central America. A senator is kidnapped. Clay and the group go down to try to find and get the hostages safe and out of the country. When you pick up any of his books, for a satisfying page turning experience, you will surely want to read them all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In the Shadow of Eternity

In the Shadow of Eternity ebook ISBN: 1365747832
Author: Jeff Beacham
Number of Pages: 162 
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A Candid Look at Holding on to the Call of God through Three Cultures, Divorce and Cancer! In the Shadow of Eternity will be remembered as a summary of Jeff Beacham's final words to his family, friends and the body of Christ. This book provides a candid and transparent look at the stark realities of life through the eyes of a man who loves God, who loves life and who loves people; a man who trusts confidently in his God, no matter what; a man determined to finish his race well. Jeff does a masterful job depicting the framework of his life, culture and the many transitions experienced in his walk of faith. Rarely are we privileged to meet a man of such fire, passion, courage, covenant, commitment and hope. Jeff's example is an encouragement to all to run their race well, to fulfill their call and destiny, no matter what!

Boot Camp

Boot Camp ebook ISBN: 1442428880
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Todd Strasser
Number of Pages: 256 
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In the middle of the night Garrett is taken from his home to Harmony Lake, a boot camp for troubled teens. Maybe some kids deserve to be sent there, but Garrett knows he doesn't. Subjected to brutal physical and psychological abuse, he tries to fight back, but the battle is futile. He won't be allowed to leave until he's admitted his "mistakes" and conformed to Harmony Lake's standards of behavior. And there's no way to fake it. Beaten, humiliated, and stripped of his pride, Garrett's spirit is slowly ebbing away. Then he hears whispers of an escape plot. It's incredibly risky -- if he's caught, the consequences will be unthinkable -- but it may be his only way out. In this tense, riveting novel, award-winning YA author Todd Strasser reveals what really goes on in highly secretive -- and notoriously dangerous -- boot camps, a stealth prison system where any teenager under the age of eighteen can be imprisoned at his parents' whim.

Old Navy Letters

Old Navy Letters ebook ISBN: 1615669671
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Author: Ralph W. Roach
Number of Pages: 371 
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'Many a young man grew to full manhood while serving in U.S. Navy destroyers. Ralph Roach's letters home tell the story of one such man.' —Terry Miller, Executive Director, Tin Can Sailors Inc., The National Association of Destroyer Veterans Ralph W. Roach, an Indiana farm boy, greeted life with arms wide open and was determined to make the best of it. After graduation in 1953, he set his sights on Purdue University until he faced a financial stress that led him into a job with the local paper instead. Less than a year later, Ralph entered the U.S. Navy. Set sail with Ralph on an adventure through boot camp, communications school, and cruises in the West Pacific. Through these Old Navy Letters, you'll see him grow into a well-traveled old salt who battles loneliness out in the deep blue and longs to return to his sweetheart for a bright future.

The Last Best Hope

The Last Best Hope ebook ISBN: 9780345273277
Author: Peter Tauber
Number of Pages: 712 
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Felicia's Prince of the Morning Star

Felicia's Prince of the Morning Star ebook ISBN: 1426934645
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Author: Rufus Daigle
Number of Pages: 268 
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The world into which Angelo Lafleur is born in 1948 is not an easy one. Angelos mother, Vidol, with only a sixth-grade education, cleans house for the white people who live across the tracks. Raising Angelo and his siblings is a struggle, and Angelo vows that one day he will be rich and will make everyone pay for his poor status in life. As Angelo grows he yearns to become an artist, but in his teens, he hears the call of the military. He wants to accept the pain and experience the denial and the discipline. As a Marine Corps soldier, Angelo serves his country in the Vietnam War, witnessing events that will haunt his nightmares for the rest of his life. A coming-of-age story, Felicias Prince of the Morning Star explores the damaging psychological effects of racism and poverty and all of its complexities as seen through the eyes of a sensitive and artistic young black artist. It examines horrors and destruction of war and its lasting legacy on the human psyche through the troubled and soulful voice of a young man searching for lifes meaning.

Ninja Trouble

Ninja Trouble ebook ISBN: 9781542963312
Author: Emery Trax
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Welcome to Ninja Superhero Boot Camp...Where Trouble Finds You! Here is a sample of what readers are saying about other Emery Trax books: - I like this book because it has so much craziness and it just blows my mind how the author comes up with these ideas. I would like this book recommended for kids 4-78 years old. S. Gobinpuri - Want to laugh with your child? Read this book. It made us laugh out loud. Wished it was longer but will get the next book. Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Skull and Bones - I really liked this book. I have to say, it is a very short book. I still like it! Good one! Gaff Menlo Snarkscarf has always dreamed of becoming a Ninja superhero fighter. Now, his chance has arrived in the form of an invitation to a secret Ninja boot camp. But there is more than just fun and games to being a Ninja, and danger lurks behind every corner, and within every dark shadow. To make matters worse, Menlo and his new friends discover killer ninja zombies are on the loose, and they will not stop biting people until the entire world becomes one big zombie zoo. With the safety of the world at stake, Menlo must prove his Ninja superhero fighter skills are real. Do not miss the fun. Download this book today and follow Menlo and his Ninja superhero friends as they skip out of middle school to save the world.

The Accidental Empire

The Accidental Empire ebook ISBN: 1466800542
Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Gershom Gorenberg
Number of Pages: 480 
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The untold story, based on groundbreaking original research, of the actions and inactions that created the Israeli settlements in the occupied territories After Israeli troops defeated the armies of Egypt, Syria, and Jordan in June 1967, the Jewish state seemed to have reached the pinnacle of success. But far from being a happy ending, the Six-Day War proved to be the opening act of a complex political drama, in which the central issue became: Should Jews build settlements in the territories taken in that war? The Accidental Empire is Gershom Gorenberg's masterful and gripping account of the strange birth of the settler movement, which was the child of both Labor Party socialism and religious extremism. It is a dramatic story featuring the giants of Israeli history—Moshe Dayan, Golda Meir, Levi Eshkol, Yigal Allon—as well as more contemporary figures like Ariel Sharon, Yitzhak Rabin, and Shimon Peres. Gorenberg also shows how the Johnson, Nixon, and Ford administrations turned a blind eye to what was happening in the territories, and reveals their strategic reasons for doing so. Drawing on newly opened archives and extensive interviews, Gorenberg reconstructs what the top officials knew and when they knew it, while weaving in the dramatic first-person accounts of the settlers themselves. Fast-moving and penetrating, The Accidental Empire casts the entire enterprise in a new and controversial light, calling into question much of what we think we know about this issue that continues to haunt the Middle East.


Eco-man ebook ISBN: 9780813923055
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Author: Mark Allister,Mark Christopher Allister
Number of Pages: 277 
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The paradoxical role nature plays in American myth and history grows in part from the male’s reverent fascination with the wilderness and his equally strong impulse to dominate it. Many canonical literary works—think of Thoreau, Melville, Hemingway, Faulkner—look to the wild as the site for establishing a man’s selfhood. But nature is just as often subjected to his most violent displays of mastery. This tension lies at the heart of Eco-Man, which brings together two rapidly growing fields: men’s studies and ecocriticism. The two disciplines have rarely if ever touched on each other; brought together, men’s studies is freed from its typical limitation of an exclusively urban-centered perspective, while ecocriticism engages an "ecomasculine" lens through which to view the field. The book’s contents are diverse, but the contributors all challenge our idea of masculinity as merely the social code of patriarchy. By complicating our cultural notions of nature and masculinity, the volume’s twenty essays question whether we can construct a notion of manhood around ecological principles and practices—and if so, what this would look like, and how it would enrich men’s studies. The varied assembly of contributors to Eco-Man—including historians, philosophers, poets, both male and female—have all written with the general reader in mind. The result is a book as approachable as it is groundbreaking. Contributors:John Tallmadge * Gretchen Legler * Mark Allister * Scott Russell Sanders * Thomas R. Smith * Scott Slovic * Alvin Handelman * David Copland Morris * Rick Fairbanks * Cheryll Glotfelty * Barton Sutter * James Barilla * Timothy Young * O. Alan Weltzien * Julia Martin * Patrick D. Murphy * Jim Heynen * Lilace Mellin Guignard * Stephen J. Mexal * Ken Lamberton * James J. Farrell

Bootcamp 3000

Bootcamp 3000 ebook ISBN: 9780441531684
Author: Charles Gordon Waugh,Martin Harry Greenberg
Number of Pages: 273 
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A collection of short stories set in a future of space-age wars features works by Christopher Anvil, Raymond E. Banks, Sonya Dorman, Joe W. Haldeman, Harry Harrison, Chad Oliver, and Jack Vance. Original.

Flash Point

Flash Point ebook ISBN: 1848765592
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Author: Peter Wilks
Number of Pages: 256 
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From the author of the action novels, The Grimoire, The Foragers and Midnight Sun comes this thrilling new adventure!It’s the 25th century, and Earth has entered a second dark age. The planet is now so polluted that humans can only survive by living in island cities, built on large and ancient oil rigs. When a comet shower causes unrepairable damage to many of these platforms, destroying the zones responsible for agriculture – the elders are forced to authorise a dangerous mission back in time to repair the damage. Jaded ex-marine Daniel Hawksmoor volunteers for the mission. He must lead his small team against seemingly impossible odds back to America during 1861, and the civil war. But Daniel has his own secret reasons for wanting to go back in time – he intends to steal half a million dollars of confederate gold from a mine within Indian Territory. As their mission unfolds, all who embark upon it are exposed to immense danger. Can they complete the task? Can Daniel’s secret and audacious plan to steal the gold work? Or will the fearsome Indian warriors scupper them?

No Escape

No Escape ebook ISBN: 9780973157925
Author: W. John Koch
Number of Pages: 293 
File: no-escape.pdf
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Born into a German middle class family, John Koch remembers the world around him from Hitler's ascent to power to the end of World War II, which John Koch experienced as a soldier and a prisoner of war. From hundreds of remembered events, discussions, arguments, and episodes of risk and danger, John Koch creates a mosaic that blends into a composite picture of a country hurtling towards the twelve years of Hitler's dictatorship over Germany and much of Europe. It was a Germany from which there was NO ESCAPE.

The United States Marine Corps in Books and the Performing Arts

The United States Marine Corps in Books and the Performing Arts ebook ISBN:
Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
Author: Richard L. Hemenez
Number of Pages: 728 
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This enormous annotated bibliography of the Marine Corps details fiction, nonfiction, stage, poetry, music, movie, and television references to the Marine Corps. It covers over 2,500 books, 500-plus Hollywood films, 80 made-for-television movies, 100 fictional television programs, articles, parts of books, dissertations, chronologies, dictionaries, and oral histories. Beginning with an introduction that focuses on the history of the Marine Corps, this work serves as research into such subjects as duty stations, ships, posts, heroes and their heroics, uniforms, boot camp, and equipment. Listed in the film section are over 100 former Marines who are film and television actors. Reflecting the comprehensiveness of the book, there are over 15,000 subject headings (totaling over 25,000 indexed items). The researcher (and the research librarian) will appreciate the depth and the breadth of the book.


Hope! ebook ISBN: 9781885803337
Publisher: Paradise Research Publications
Author: Dick B.
Number of Pages: 172 
File: hope.pdf
Reads: 6602096