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.
This is the first full scholarly study of rural politics in France during the Second Republic (1848-1952). The Revolution of 1848 and the subsequent liberation of political life changed the face of mass politics in rural France. Unprecedented numbers of French men and women participated in legal and illegal forms of political activity during a period of protracted crisis ultimately resolved by a military coup d'etat. Peter McPhee's book draws on hundreds of regional studies to examine the large-scale political mobilizations of right and left in the countryside, and offers a new synthesis and interpretation of these years. Dr. McPhee shows that rural politics were both more complex and more threatening to urban elites than has been generally recognized. This is a lucid and challenging analysis of a turbulent period in modern French history and its long-term social and political consequences.
Peter Kirby's analytical survey of child labor during the industrial revolution asserts that the concentration by some historians and social commentators upon small numbers of industrially-employed children has diverted attention from the important role of the working child within the context of the family, the labor market and the state. Kirby convincingly argues that during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, child labor provided an invaluable contribution both to economic growth and to the incomes of working-class households. The book also discusses the major issues involved in the study of children's employment.
There is a feeling among the electorate that something is terribly wrong with America and its leadership. This perception defines one of those rare moments when sustained change is possible at the local, state, and national levels. But change demands bold action. Taking their cue from the courageous Strengthening of America Commission, chaired by Senators Sam Nunn and Pete Domenici, the authors lay down a comprehensive blueprint including: a 7-year write-down to a zero deficit budget; strict caps on the growth of non-Social Security entitlements; and the substitution of a tax code that favors savings, investment, and growth. The authors also call for a process of deregulation that develops innovative market approaches through careful and inclusive dialogue. Abshire and Brower call for the experiments underway in our states and localities to summon the creativity of the American business revolution. They put forth a cogent analysis of the leadership problem in our public life and the need for character, strategic direction, and vision. And ultimately, it is the idea of the American family, personally and nationally, to which the authors turn for the ideas that animate these changes and to define those who will be the enduring beneficiaries. In short, they urge a reemphasis on the unum in our national motto, e pluribus unum.
In this highly original book James Cracraft provides a major case study of the cultural revolution in Russia initiated by Peter the Great, tsar and first emperor (1682-1725). He recounts in fascinating detail how modern standards of architecture supplanted traditional norms in Russia following a massive injection of European expertise and indicates how, thereby, the modern Russian built world came into being. The first comprehensive study of the Petrine revolution in Russian architecture to be published in any language, the book includes nearly 250 illustrations, many of them original photographs appearing here for the first time.
Eight years before the American Revolution, orphan Peter York is adopted by a strict Quaker farmer. Peter sees his chance to break away by capturing a runaway indentured servant for reward money. But the capture leads to consequences Peter cannot foresee. Written by a Newbery Honor-winning author.
Focusing on a number of historical and literary personalities who were regarded with disdain in the aftermath of the 1917 revolution--figures such as Peter the Great, Ivan the Terrible, Alexander Pushkin, Leo Tolstoy, and Mikhail Lermontov--"Epic Revisionism" tells the fascinating story of these individuals' return to canonical status during the darkest days of the Stalin era. An inherently interdisciplinary project, "Epic Revisionism" features pieces on literary and cultural history, film, opera, and theater. This volume pairs scholarly essays with selections drawn from Stalin-era primary sources--newspaper articles, unpublished archival documents, short stories--to provide students and specialists with the richest possible understanding of this understudied phenomenon in modern Russian history. "These scholars shed a great deal of light not only on Stalinist culture but on the politics of cultural production under the Soviet system."--David L. Hoffmann, "Slavic Review"
From Le Corbusier to the Helvetica font, Switzerland has produced some of the most influential product and graphic design of the twentieth century. This sleek volume collects the best examples spanning from the early twentieth century (tiny slippers with pom-poms attached, made for little girls in the 1930s) to 2007 (Peter Muller's most recent avant garde fashion collection). One chapter is devoted to things that are "Small and Beautiful," like a 1926 pocket watch by Movado or the 2006 MX Revolution Logitech computer mouse, while others collect "Tiny Helpers" like the series of Swiss bank notes produced in 1997. In "Up to the Mountains" we find snowboards, chalets, avalanche dogs and other high-design rescue equipment, and in "The Longsellers," we get to classics like the Swiss army knife, an iconic vegetable peeler and Le Corbusier's famous LC1 1928 armchair. An extremely sexy book packed with great visuals and truly pertinent information.
"For many investors, an intense, 24-hour-a-day, $1.5 trillion roller-coaster of a market spells "danger"; for readers of "Forex Revolution," the word is "opportunity." -Michael J. Panzner, vice president, Rabo Securities USA, Inc., and author of "The New Laws of the Stock Market Jungle" "The author possesses an uncommon ability to describe a difficult and rapidly changing marketplace as if seen through a beginner's eyes. A most useful book for anyone that might not have been paying attention these past five years as the market reinvented itself." -Brentin C. Elam, director, Northcoast Asset Management, LLC Foreign currency exchange-"Forex"-is today's #1 new investment opportunity. Revolutions in technology, regulation, and globalization have made Forex trading accessible to every active investor. Only one thing has been missing: An objective, clear "user's guide" to Forex trading. Now it's here-"and it's in your hands." Simply and clearly, "Forex Revolution" reveals everything you need to know to trade Forex hands-on-from fundamental and technical trading strategies to the unyielding discipline that's essential to success. In this book, Peter Rosenstreich brings together insider techniques from all over the industry: Traders, banks, Forex firms, even the National Futures Association. You'll find expert guidance on everything from handling 24/7 markets to profiting from the emergence of China. Unlike other books, "Forex Revolution" doesn't require you to subscribe to costly services or purchase expensive tools. Whether you're an individual investor or a money manager new to Forex, this book gives you all you need: Facts, techniques, resources and-above all-"the insider's edge." Why Forex has become your #1 profit opportunity How the currency markets became indispensable to the active investor Meet the players, markets, tools, portals, and platforms Everything you should know before you get started Choose the right FX investments Understand currency futures, options, swaps, and more Master both fundamental and technical trading strategies and discover why you need to know both Gut check: What it takes to win in the Forex markets Develop the discipline you need to succeed "Foreign Exchange Trading: Today's #1 Opportunity for Explosive Profits!" The practical, hands-on Forex trading guide for individual investors No costly subscriptions or expensive tools needed Delivers unbiased, up-to-the-minute techniques you can start profiting from today Covers everything from trading rules to fundamental and technical strategies Realistically assesses risks and pitfalls-and shows how to avoid or mitigate them "Forex Isn't Just the World's Biggest Market-It's Your #1 Profit Opportunity!" Every day, more than $1.5 "trillion" in currency trades are executed. That dwarfs the daily volume of the NYSE, NASDAQ, FTSE, DAX, and Tokyo Nikkei-"combined!" Today's growing currency volatility has made Forex the place to earn huge profits. Think Forex is just for secretive financiers and central bankers? Not any more! The rules have changed, and this book shows you exactly how to get in on the action. No other book offers as much unbiased, practical, how-to guidance for trading from Forex. Peter Rosenstreich doesn't just present his own techniques-he reveals never-before-published tips and techniques from traders throughout the industry. Above all, Mr. Rosenstreich tells you the "whole" truth: How currency markets work, how to trade, what the risks are, what to do about them...and what it really takes to win. (c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
Outlandish! tells the story of an unusual society, one composed exclusively of women. Impossible? Not with oocyte fusion, the blending of the genetic characteristics of two women, which produced only female children. This unfortunate necessity, after the bloody revolution, treachery, and counterrevolution aboard their Starship, over generations of travel, and colonization, became a familiar way of life. Until, that is, they realized that with their advanced genetic knowledge, they could recreate the missing portion of humanity, if they dared. It was common knowledge that men were unstable, and dangerous. Cautiously, they developed "kinder, gentler," companions, which they called males. The males became their household servants, their pets and slaves. ... Their willing slaves...
Wie verhAlt sich heute ein innovativer Architekt angesichts der elektronischen Revolution, die im Gange ist? Die vorliegende Monografie sucht relevante Antworten auf diese Frage am Beispiel von Peter Eisenman (*1932, seit 1963 BA1/4ro in New York), der durch sein Denken und Wirken zu den einfluAreichsten Protagonisten der gegenwArtigen Architekturdebatte gehArt. Anhand eines GesprAchs Eisenmans mit dem Autor, einer erhellenden Auswahl von entsprechenden Passagen aus seinen Schriften, einer exakten Analyse von Projekten von Eisenman Architects, die sich gezielt mit diesem Themenkreis befassen - wie etwa Virtual House -, ergibt sich eine faszinierende Darstellung, die durch weitgehend unpubliziertes Bildmaterial ergAnzt ist.
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.
Begriff und Bild der Revolution bei Heinrich Heine (Europische Hochschulschriften / European University Studies / Publications Universitaires Europenn
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The second volume of historian James Cracraft's comprehensive study of the cultural revolution engineered in Russia by Peter the Great. Throughout the study, Cracraft explores how medieval Muscovy became modern Russia. He situates the Petrine revolution in Russian visual and verbal culture in its wider political, economic and social setting. 35 color plates. 95 halftones.
"This will be an important book, and a powerful exemplar for the growing numbers of anthropologists who seek to place such things as democracy, citizenship, and neoliberalism under an ethnographic lens."--James Ferguson, author of "Expectations of Modernity: Myths and Meanings of Urban Life on the Zambin Copperbelt "In joining activism and fine ethnography, Paley enables us to appreciate the profound complexity of the links between civil society and public institutions. Chakrabarty's assessment of "the undemocratic foundations of 'democracy'" becomes a fine analytic tool as it is refracted in the words of the women of Poblacion La Bandera."--Charles Briggs, author of "Learning How to Ask "Paley has produced an insightful and fascinating exploration of the shifting meanings of democracy for the Chilean state and for shantytown activists across the Pinochet dictatorship and through the contradictory democratic politics of the 1990s. The marketing of democracy is a highly relevant issue for societies and states throughout the world."--Kay Warren, author of "Indigenous Movements and Their Critics: Pan-Maya Activism in Guatemala "An important challenge to Polyanna conventional wisdoms about democratic transitions and neo-liberal miracles in Chile and its neighbors."--Peter Winn, author of "Weavers of Revolution "This is anthropology as the observation of and involvement in, the new, participatory politics of the previously excluded."--Sally Falk Moore, author of "Law as Process
"A bravura performance and a major contribution, marking Gough as one of her generation's leading interpreters of Russian avant-garde art."--Peter Nisbet, Daimler-Benz Curator, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University
Rebel with a Cause: The Entrepreneur Who Created the University of Phoenix and the For-Profit Revolution in Higher Education
" A great life and a great read . . ." - George Soros " A remarkably cogent story of a most remarkable man. Sperling' s openness about problems and failures inspires and informs the entrepreneurial spirit. Sperling describes the extraordinary power and potential of focused human intensity. The book is a must-read for anyone interested in starting or building a business." - Peter Lewis, Chairman and CEO, The Progressive Corporation " The University of Phoenix is largest private university in the United States. It is fully accredited and traded on NASDAQ. Mere mention of its name produces anger, fear, and envy on the nation' s college campuses. In the private sector, it has inspired scores of companies to enter the education market. This is the story of the entrepreneur who launched a revolution in higher education." - Arthur Levine, President, Teacher' s College, Columbia University " Education will be one of the key growth sectors of ou knowledge-based economy over the next ten years. John Sperling, founder and Chairman of Apollo Group, has been one of the visionary driving forces behind this growth. By developing a unique customer-focused model of higher education, Dr. Sperling has helped to build the largest private university in the United States that continues to be one of the best growth opportunities in education today." - Thomas Weisel, President & CEO, Thomas Weisel Partners, LLC