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First To Kill

Author : Andrew Peterson
ISBN : 1612187080
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Trained Marine sniper and CIA operations officer Nathan McBride cannot escape his bloody past. Not when the evidence of it is carved across his body. Now he owns a private security company, his scarred visage a warning to anyone who dares cross his path.When a deep-cover federal agent vanishes — along with a ton of Semtex explosives — McBride is the only man former FBI director Frank Ortega trusts to hunt him down. The catch? The missing agent is Ortega's grandson. And this mission is completely off the books. McBride is on his own…and that's just the way he likes it. McBride realizes, though, that there's more at stake than just one man's life when he finds himself caught between a ruthless adversary hell-bent on revenge and a group of high-ranking feds pursuing their own brand of justice. In this game, no one is playing by the rules…

Catalogue Of The Library Of The Boston Athen Um

Author : Boston Athenaeum.
ISBN : 1418130648
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The History Of The Saracens Comprising The Lives Of Mohammed And His Successors To The Death Of Abdalmelik The Eleventh Caliph With An Account Of Their Most Remarkable Battles Sieges Revolts

Author : Simon Ockley
ISBN : 9781446042823
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

The Making Of Casablanca

Author : Aljean Harmetz
ISBN : 0786888148
Genre : Performing Arts
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An inside look at the making of Casablanca offers fresh insights into and revelations about the people, the period, and the countless details that all had a hand in shaping the quintessential movie-lover's movie. Originally published as Round Up the Usual Suspects. Reprint. 30,000 first printing. (Tie-in to the DVD release of Warner Bros. 60th anniversary of the film) (Performing Arts)

Ready To Kill

Author : Andrew Peterson
ISBN : 1477822801
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When a mysterious note referencing a top-secret U.S. operation is tossed over the wall of the embassy in Nicaragua, Nathan McBride and his old friend Harv are pulled out of retirement by the CIA and sent to investigate the situation. After all, Nathan has a history with the place--but last time he was there he barely made it out alive.

The Jews And Modern Capitalism

Author : Werner Sombart
ISBN : 161427763X
Genre : History
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2015 Reprint of Original 1913 Edition. Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Werner Sombart (1863 -1941) was a German economist and sociologist and one of the leading Continental European social scientists during the first quarter of the 20th century. Sombart's "The Jews and Modern Capitalism" is an effort similar to Max Weber's historic study of the connection between Protestantism (especially Calvinism) and Capitalism, with Sombart documenting Jewish involvement in historic capitalist development. He argued that Jewish traders and manufacturers, excluded from the guilds, developed a distinctive antipathy to the fundamentals of medieval commerce, which they considered primitive and unprogressive. They tended to reject the medieval desire for 'just' (and fixed) wages and prices, a system in which shares of the market were agreed upon and unchanging, profits and livelihoods modest but guaranteed, and limits placed on production. Excluded from the system, Sombart argued, the Jews broke it up and replaced it with modern capitalism, in which competition was unlimited and new rules or order were established. Paul Johnson, who considers the work "a remarkable book," notes that Sombart left out some inconvenient truths, and ignored the powerful mystical elements of Judaism. Sombart refused to recognize, as Weber did, that wherever these religious systems, including Judaism, were at their most powerful and authoritarian, commerce did not flourish. Jewish businessmen, like Calvinist ones, tended to operate most successfully when they had left their traditional religious environment and moved on to fresher pastures. Chapters on: The contribution of the Jews to modern economic life. Introductory -- The shifting of the centre of economic life since the sixteenth century -- The quickening of international trade -- The foundation of modern colonies -- The foundation of the modern state -- The predominance of commerce in economic life -- The growth of a capitalistic point of view in economic life -- pt. 2. The aptitude of the Jews for modern capitalism. The problem -- What is a capitalist undertaker? -- The objective circumstances in the Jewish aptitude for modern capitalism -- The significance of the Jewish religion in economic life -- Jewish characteristics -- pt. 3. The origin of the Jewish genius. The race problem -- The vicissitudes of the Jewish people.

The Book On Bush

Author : Eric Alterman
ISBN : 9781101200810
Genre : Political Science
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When George W. Bush became president in January 2001, he took office with a comfortably familiar surname, bipartisan rhetoric, and the promise of calming a public shaken by the convulsions of impeachment and a contested election. Then nine months later, after the tragedy of 9/11, both the country and the world looked to him for leadership that could unite people behind great common goals. Instead, three years into his term, George W. Bush squandered the goodwill felt toward America, turned allies into adversaries, and ran the most radical and divisive administration in the history of the presidency. The Book On Bush was the first comprehensive critique of a president who governed on a right wing and a prayer. In carefully documented and vivid detail, Eric Alterman and Mark Green, two of the leading progressive authors/advocates in the country, not only trace the guiding ideology that ran through a wide range of W.’s policies but also expose a presidential decision-making process that, rather than weighing facts to arrive at conclusions, began with conclusions and then searched for supporting facts.

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