Revolution for dogs and cats is a monthly topical heartworm preventative and flea control medication. Revolution also protects your pet against other parasites, including ear mites, ticks, and hookworm and roundworm infestations.
Wahlidee, Wahlrecht und Wahlpraxis in den Prosaschriften John Miltons zur Zeit der Englischen Revolution (1640-1660) (Europaeische Hochschulschriften
Softcover book. Published by Peter Lang International Academic Publishers (1980)
"The only sustainable form of business leadership is thought leadership-generating more great ideas faster than the competition. Bob Schmetterer, one of the truly creative minds in advertising, teaches leaders in every industry how to win big by thinking different. So make the leap . . . Read and learn from this genuinely important book." -William C. Taylor, Founding Editor, Fast Company "So what happens to advertising (and advertising agencies) when mass media totally falls apart? Here, in the middle of a smart ad man's autobiography, may lie the answer: Smart companies will use brilliant ad agencies to reinvent their products and the way they work. Big ideas still matter!" -Seth Godin, author, Survival Is Not Enough and Permission Marketing "This book contains great insight, great integrity, and clarity about the important part that values linked to understanding play in creative work. A very impressive work that is both inspiring and useful in today's competitive world." -Edwin Schlossberg, Designer, ESI Design "True business creativity is powerful and inspiring . . . and Bob's passion for it makes you want to be a part of it. Leap is a journey from Intel to Guggenheim's vision, passing from a 'branded' Argentinian bridge on the way to Perdue's chicken-making history . . . All four are creative business ideas made of both vision and actions, and Bob captures their essence masterfully." -Elio Leoni Sceti, EVP, Category Development, Reckitt Benckiser "Bob Schmetterer has always been an innovator in our business, and this book offers proof of why that is the case. His 'Creative Business Ideas' concept represents out-of- the-box thinking at its best. Anyone interested in the future of marketing communications and the critical role of creativity should read it." -O. Burtch Drake, President and CEO, American Association of Advertising Agencies "A key management challenge is how to enable an organization to grow, see new opportunities, and lead the market. Bob Schmetterer answers this important question and shares his insights in this highly readable book. I recommend it to all senior executives who are concerned with creativity and business growth." -Peter Lorange, President, International Institute for Management Development "Information to share and lessons to learn from a great mind. Leap makes fascinating reading. No wonder Bob Schmetterer was instrumental in launching our Revolvolution. The man is creativity embodied." -Hans-Olov Olsson, President and CEO, Volvo Car Corporation
Peter Mann begins his fictional life as a twenty-five-year-old newspaper reporter for the Halifax Morning Post in 1775. He and two female friends help a famous pirate escape from the Halifax jail. Realizing the three friends cannot go back, they join the pirateas gang. They eventually set up a Swiss Family Robinson type of existence in the Caicos Islands. Over the next six decades, through the American and French revolutions, Peter becomes the quintessential pirate, with a hook, a patch, and a peg for a leg. Eventually he becomes the patriarch of a huge trading company, Cocteau & Mann. Ironically, as his company becomes ever more successful, he is plagued by pirates and must battle them first hand. A Pirateas Tale tells it like it might have been. This marvelous historic fiction takes the reader on a swashbuckling roller coaster he or she will not soon forget.
A boy named Peter, born to a slave in Massachusetts in 1763, was sold nineteen months later to a childless white couple there. This book recounts the fascinating history of how the American Revolution came to Peter's small town, how he joined the revolutionary army at the age of twelve, and how he participated in the battles of Bunker Hill and Yorktown and witnessed the surrender at Saratoga. Joyce Lee Malcolm describes Peter's home life in rural New England, which became increasingly unhappy as he grew aware of racial differences and prejudices. She then relates how he and other blacks, slave and free, joined the war to achieve their own independence. Malcolm juxtaposes Peter's life in the patriot armies with that of the life of Titus, a New Jersey slave who fled to the British in 1775 and reemerged as a feared guerrilla leader. A remarkable feat of investigation, Peter's biography illuminates many themes in American history: race relations in New England, the prelude to and military history of the Revolutionary War, and the varied experience of black soldiers who fought on both sides.
Peter Davies explores a time of obscene opulence, mass starvation, and ground-breaking ideals; where the streets of Paris ran red with blood, and the numbers requiring execution precipitated the invention of the guillotine. Blending narrative with insight and bringing the subject completely up to date, Davies considers the legacy of the revolution and how it continues to resonate in today's France.
This collection takes a refreshingly original approach to the phenomenon of the radical right. Most studies have tended to concentrate on particular movements in a single country, neglecting to a greater or lesser extent the international dimensions of right-wing extremism. By contrast, Merkl and Weinberg adopt a comparative perspective, concentrating on the revival of the right across a variety of countries. For example, the work contains data from Lauri Karvonen reviewing levels of support from rightist values in all members of the European Union. Piero Ignazi discusses the appearance of a silent 'counter-revolution' all over western Europe and Peter Merkl explores of the reasons for the popularity of right-wing parties in Europe at this particular point in the continent's history. As well as studying movements in Britain, France and the United States, this book provides data from places as diverse as the Ukraine, South Africa, Belarus and Romania.
Softcover book. 248 pages. Published by Lang, Peter, AG, Internationaler Verlag Der W (2010)
The village one of the keystones of the English rural landscape - has a powerful hold on the imagination. The origin of nucleated and dispersed settlements - the countryside of villages and the countryside of hamlets has consequently become a central concern of landscape historians. Between AD 500 and 1700, a series of revolutions transformed the structure of the South West Peninsulas rural landscape. The book tells the story of these changes, and also explores how people experienced the landscape in which they lived: how they came to imbue places with symbolic and cultural meaning. Contributors include: Ralph Fyfe on the pollen evidence of landscape change; Sam Turner on the Christian landscape; Peter Herring on both strip fields and Brown Willy, Bodmin Moor; Oliver Creighton and J. P. Freeman on castles; Phil Newman on tin working; Lucy Franklin on folklore and imagined landscapes.