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A Man of the People; A Drama of Abraham Lincoln - 2843776220

150,30 zł

A Man of the People; A Drama of Abraham Lincoln

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A Man of the People; A Drama of Abraham Lincoln - 2840520892

90,17 zł

A Man of the People; A Drama of Abraham Lincoln

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A Man of the People a Drama of Arbaham Lincoln - 2826921123

103,16 zł

A Man of the People a Drama of Arbaham Lincoln BiblioLife

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

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Lincoln - 2826895128

42,57 zł

Lincoln Oxford University Press

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Beneath the surface of the apparently untutored and deceptively frank Abraham Lincoln ran private tunnels of self-taught study, a restless philosophical curiosity, and a profound grasp of the fundamentals of democracy. Now, in Lincoln: A Very Short Introduction, the award-winning Lincoln authority Allen C. Guelzo offers a penetrating look into the mind of one of our greatest presidents. If Lincoln was famous for reading aloud from joke books, Guelzo shows that he also plunged deeply into the mainstream of nineteenth-century liberal democratic thought. Guelzo takes us on a wide-ranging exploration of seven problems that confronted Lincoln and liberal democracy-equality, opportunity, the rule of law, slavery, freedom, and reconciliation. The book sets these problems and Lincoln's responses against the larger world of American and trans-Atlantic liberal democracy in the 19th century, comparing Lincoln not just to Andrew Jackson or John Calhoun, but to British thinkers such as Richard Cobden, Jeremy Bentham, and John Bright, and to French observers Alexis de Tocqueville and Francois Guizot. The Lincoln we meet here is an Enlightenment figure who struggled to create a common ground between a people focused on individual rights and a society eager to establish a certain moral, philosophical, and intellectual bedrock. Lincoln insisted that liberal democracy had a higher purpose, which was the realization of a morally right political order. But how to interject that sense of moral order into a system that values personal self-satisfaction-"the pursuit of happiness"-remains a fundamental dilemma even today. Abraham Lincoln was a man who, according to his friend and biographer William Henry Herndon, "lived in the mind." Guelzo paints a marvelous portrait of this Lincoln-Lincoln the man of ideas-providing new insights into one of the giants of American history. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

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Lincoln - 2826724270

80,04 zł

Lincoln ABACUS

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In the hazardous fictional terrain of his historical novels, Gore Vidal is never especially kind to American history in general, or to its icons in particular. Yet in this brilliantly realised study of Abraham Lincoln, he paints a surprising and near-heroic picture of the man who led America through four of the most divisive and dangerous years of the nation's history. Observed alternately by his loved ones, his rivals and his future assassins, Lincoln at first appears as an inept and naive backwoods lawyer. People in this novel are not averse to turning up, getting drunk, and regaling the reader with details of Lincoln's whoring activities and his seemingly inexhaustible supply of folksy stories. Yet gradually Lincoln the towering leader of deep vision emerges in a Washington engulfed by fear, greed and the horrors of the Civil War. Lincoln's loving but mentally decomposing wife, his view from the White House on slavery and America's bloodiest war, and his own, fierce personal ambition: all are portrayed with a vibrancy and an urgency that almost belies what they have now become ? history itself.

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Lincoln at Two Hundred - 2826898444

48,79 zł

Lincoln at Two Hundred AEI Press

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"We say that a man can be known by the company he keeps. So I say that a nation, a people, can be known and be judged by its heroes, by whom it honors above all others." Abraham Lincoln was the greatest of our presidents. He saved the Union, and because he saved the Union, he was able to free the slaves. But he did more than this. Without him, we might have had no reason to celebrate the bicentennial first of the Declaration of Independence and then of the Constitution. It is therefore altogether fitting that we mark the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. Part of the Bradley Lecture Series. Lincoln at Two Hundred was presented on February 9, 2009, as part of the American Enterprise Institute's Bradley Lecture Series, which aims to enrich debate in the Washington policy community through exploration of the philosophical and historical underpinnings of current controversies.

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People from Schenectady, New York - 2841665179

108,90 zł

People from Schenectady, New York Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 86. Chapters: George Westinghouse, Irving Langmuir, Charles Proteus Steinmetz, John Sayles, Ron Rivest, Pat Cadigan, Mickey Rourke, Pat Riley, Dave Garroway, Charles Mackerras, Mary Daly, Vincent Schaefer, Ralph Asher Alpher, Harold Gould, Jim Tedisco, Kevin Greene, Kevin Burns, Shirley Muldowney, Rich Brennan, John Owen Dominis, Brian Patneaude, Edward Sagarin, Telford Taylor, Barb Morrison, Marybeth Tinning, Charles R. Dana, Michael Cremo, Kumar P. Barve, Bill Cannastra, Mel Lindquist, Harry Flynn, Joshua Seftel, William Appleton Potter, Adam Empie, Mildred Grosberg Bellin, Bob Duval, Alison Des Forges, John Tudor, Gerald Stano, Ann B. Davis, Ray Nelson, J. R. Gach, Robert Longhurst, Joe Tessitore, Ernst Alexanderson, John Ball, Henry Codman Potter, John Samuel Apperson, Rodger Doxsey, William James Stillman, Frederick Freeman Proctor, Nick Petrecki, André Davis, John F. Schermerhorn, Orestes Cleveland, Bernard Vonnegut, Jamie Dukes, Jonathan Edwards, Joseph C. Yates, Jeff Blatnick, Charles Cooper Nott, Sr., Eliphalet Nott, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Philip Amelio, Charles Concordia, Lewis Boss, James Chatham Duane, Jonathan Thorn, Abraham M. Schermerhorn, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Thomas W. Wallace, Horatio Allen, Casper Wells, George R. Lunn, Anne Mazer, Mary Anne Krupsak, Lee Wallard, George H. Wells, Vince Martino, Charlie Guy, Harold Lohner, Barry Kramer, James Thomas, Ralfe Clench, Robert C. Dorn, Stephen Westfall, Charles H. Veeder, Jeanne Robert Foster, Henry Ramsay, Richard Franchot, Marty Servo, Lewis K. Rockefeller, Jessica Collins, Stephen Alexander, Leslie Silva, Oswald D. Heck, Dave Gillanders, David P. Forrest, James Gordon, Archibald L. Linn, Ralph Ruthstrom, Lynne Talley, Harmanus Peek, Lawrence Delos Miles, Don Weeks, Ranald MacDougall, John Morales, Peter Rowe, Arent van Curler, Denise Sheehan, Edith Vonnegut, Henry Glen. Excerpt: Philip Andre "Mickey" Rourke, Jr. (born September 16, 1952) is an American actor, screenwriter and retired boxer, who has appeared primarily as a leading man in action, drama, and thriller films. During the 1980s, Rourke starred in Diner, Rumble Fish, and the erotic drama 9ż Weeks, and received critical praise for his work in Barfly and Angel Heart. In 1991, Rourke, who had trained as a boxer in his early years, left acting and became a professional boxer for a period. He had supporting roles in several later films, including The Rainmaker, Buffalo '66, The Pledge, Get Carter, Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Man on Fire. In 2005, Rourke made his comeback in mainstream Hollywood circles with a lead role in Sin City, for which he won awards from the Chicago Film Critics Association, the Irish Film and Television Awards and the Online Film Critics Society. In the 2008 film The Wrestler, Rourke portrayed a past-his-prime wrestler, and garnered a 2009 Golden Globe award, a BAFTA award, and a nomination for an Academy Award. In 2010, he appeared in the blockbusters Iron Man 2 and The Expendables. Rourke was born Philip Andre Rourke, Jr. in Schenectady, New York to a family of Irish and French descent. He was raised Roman Catholic and still practices his faith. His father, Philip Andre Rourke, Sr., an amateur body builder, left the family when Mickey was six years old. After his parents divorced, his mother, Ann, married Eugene Addis, a Miami Beach police officer with five sons, and moved Rourke, his younger brother, and their sister to southern Florida. There, he graduated fro...

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Pochodne instrumenty kredytowe - Izabela Pruchnicka-Grabias - 2837037748

51,27 zł

Pochodne instrumenty kredytowe - Izabela Pruchnicka-Grabias

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Opis - Książka, posiadająca istotne walory praktyczne, jest pierwszą pozycją polskiej autorki w tak kompleksowy sposób analizującą nie tylko istotę funkcjonowania kredytowych instrumentów pochodnych, ale również modele ich wyceny, doskonalenie których autorka słusznie uznaje za kluczowe dla rozwoju tego rynku. Niewątpliwą zaletą opracowania jest mnogość przykładów, przeprowadzających Czytelnika przez kolejne etapy szacowania wartości omawianych struktur i tworzących idealną bazę dla zrozumienia konstrukcji tych złożonych produktów. Prof. zw. dr hab. Janusz Soboń Publikacja stanowi cenne kompendium wiedzy zarówno dla praktyków rynku finansowego, jak i studentów oraz słuchaczy studiów podyplomowych i doktoranckich, jak również dla pracowników nauki zainteresowanych wdrażaniem metod kwantyfikacji ryzyka kredytowego w praktykę. Prof. nadzw. SGH dr hab. Paweł Niedziółka Nazwa - Pochodne instrumenty kredytowe Autor - Izabela Pruchnicka-Grabias Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - CeDeWu Kod ISBN - 9788375563733 Kod EAN - 9788375563733 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2011 Język - polski Format - 16.5x23.0cm Ilość stron - 280 Podatek VAT - 5%

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Torebki i morderstwo - Dorothy Howell - 2836982797

11,69 zł

Torebki i morderstwo - Dorothy Howell

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Opis - NOWA SERIA WSPÓŁCZESNYCH POWIEŚCI OBYCZAJOWO-KRYMINALNYCH, KTÓRYCH AKCJA ROZGRYWA SIĘ W USA, A ICH WSPÓLNYM MOTYWEM SĄ DAMSKIE MARKOWE TOREBKI. Kryminał, jakiego jeszcze w Polsce nie było! Żywa, dowcipna, dynamiczna akcja, pełna nieoczekiwanych i zaskakujących zwrotów. Powieść barwniejsza niż hollywoodzki film - czyta się doskonale! Jeśli spodobała Ci się książka Diabeł ubiera się u Prady, musisz przeczytać serię o Haley Randolph. Torebki i morderstwo to dowcipna i inteligentna powieść dziejąca się w Los Angeles, Mieście Aniołów, z rozlicznymi centrami handlowymi, butikami i straganami gdzie sprzedaje się damskie torebki. Pasją życiową bohaterki, Haley Randolph, są właśnie torebki. Ale wyłącznie MARKOWE, zaprojektowane przez stylistów z najwyższej półki... I ta namiętność sprowadzi na bohaterkę mnóstwo kłopotów, wśród których najmniejszymi będą oskarżenia o morderstwo i defraudację... Aby mieć środki na życie - i na swoja życiową pasję - Haley musi pracować na dwóch posadach. Ta główna, prestiżowa, to praca w renomowanej firmie prawniczej Pike&Warner, której centrum decyzyjne mieści się na tajemniczym, i dla urzędniczego proletariatu firmy niedostępnym, Szesnastym Piętrze. Druga posada to praca ekspedientki-kasjerki-sprzątaczki-magazynierki (zależnie od kaprysu kierownictwa...) w wielkim domu towarowym Holt`s, w którym sprzedaje się "ohydne ciuchy", "koszmarne buty" i "beznadziejne torebki"... To właśnie tam, w magazynie damskiej bielizny, znajduje zwłoki Richarda, wyjątkowo niesympatycznego faceta, którego ktoś zatłukł drążkiem wyłamanym ze stojaka na ubrania... Niebawem ona sama staje się główną podejrzaną. Haley sama musi oczyścić się z zarzutów i podejmuje prywatne śledztwo. Kończy się ono nieoczekiwanym rezultatem... Nazwa - Torebki i morderstwo Autor - Dorothy Howell Oprawa - Twarda Wydawca - Bellona Kod ISBN - 9788311132061 Kod EAN - 9788311132061 Rok wydania - 2014 Format - 13x20 Ilość stron - 382 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2014-09-30

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Col. R. G. Ingersoll's Lectures - 2826803228

39,38 zł

Col. R. G. Ingersoll's Lectures Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from Col. R. G. Ingersoll's Lectures: The Latest on Abraham Lincoln Strange mingling of mirth and tears, of the tragic and grotesque, of cap and crown, of Socrates and Rabelais, of Ćsop and Marcus Aurelius, of all that is gentle and just, humorous and honest, merciful, wise, laughable, lovable, and divine, and all consecrated to the use of man; while through all, and over all, an overwhelming sense of obligation, of chivalric loyalty to truth, and upon all the shadow of the tragic end. Nearly all the great historic characters are impossible monsters, disproportioned by flattery, or by calumny deformed. We know nothing of the peculiarities, or nothing but their peculiarities. About the roots of these oaks there clings none of the earth of humanity. Washington is now only a steel engraving. About the real man who lived and loved and hated and schemed, we know but little. The glass through which we look at him is of such high magnifying power that the features are exceedingly indistinct. Hundreds of people are now engaged in smoothing out the lines of Lincoln's - face forcing all features to the common mold - so that he may be known, not as he really was, but, according to their poor standard, as he should have been. Lincoln was not a type. He stands alone - no ancestors, no fellows, and no successors. He had the advantage of living in a new country, of social equality, of personal freedom, of seeing in the horizon of his future the perpetual star of hope. He preserved his individuality and his self-respect. He knew and mingled with men of every kind; and after all, men are the best books. He became acquainted with the ambitions and hopes of the heart, the means used to accomplish ends, the springs of action and the seeds of thought. He was familiar with nature, with actual things, with common facts. He loved and appreciated the poem of the year, the drama of the seasons. In a new country a man must possess at least three virtues - honesty, courage and generosity. In cultivated society, cultivation is often more important, than soil. A well-executed counterfeit passes more readily than a blurred genuine. It is necessary only to observe the unwritten laws of society - to be honest enough to keep out of prison, and generous enough to subscribe in public - where the subscription can be defended as an investment. In a new country, character is essential; in the old, reputation is sufficient. In the new, they find what a man really is: in the old, he generally passes for what he resembles. People separated only by distance are much nearer together than those divided by the walls of caste. It is no advantage to live in a great city, where poverty degrades and failure brings despair. The fields are lovelier than paved streets, -and the great forest than walls of brick. Oaks and elms are more poetic than steeples and chimneys. In the country is the idea of home. There you see the rising and setting sun; you become acquainted with the stars and clouds. The constellations are your friends. You hear the rain on the roof and listen to the rhythmic sighing of the winds. You are thrilled by the resurrection called spring, touched and saddened by autumn, the grace and poetry of death. Every field is a picture - a landscape; every landscape a poem; every flower a tender thought; and every forest a fairy land. In the country you preserve your identity - your personality. There you are an aggregation of atoms, but in the city you are only an atom of an aggregation. Lincoln never finished his education. To the night of his death he was a pupil, a learner, an enquirer, a seeker after knowledge. You have no idea how many men are spoiled by what is called education. For the most part, colleges are places where pebbles are polished and diamonds are dimmed. If Shakespeare had graduated at Oxford, he might have been a quibb

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1001 koktajli. - Praca zbiorowa - 2844745894

26,17 zł

1001 koktajli. - Praca zbiorowa

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Opis - Książka przedstawia wyczerpujący zbiór 1001 przepisów na modne klasyczne i współczesne koktajle, wraz z ich ciekawymi wariantami. Znajdziesz tu koktajle na każdą okazję, a dzięki naszym radom bez trudu przygotujesz wyszukanego drinka na imprezę lub prosty, zdrowy napój, który ugasi pragnienie całej rodziny w upalny dzień. W kolekcji opatrzonej wspaniałymi zdjęciami prezentujemy niemal wszystkie rodzaje koktajli: od klasycznych drinków i nowoczesnych martini, poprzez chłodne, orzeźwiające collinsy i julepy, aż po podawane do kolacji wyborne frappe i kawowe likiery z puszystą pianką. W zimowe wieczory warto też skusić się na szklaneczkę ponczu lub przepysznego grzańca. Bardziej wymagającym możesz przygotować najmodniejsze pousse-cafe i krótkie drinki o oszałamiających barwach, dzieciom zasmakuje natomiast jeden z wielu napojów bezalkoholowych, przyrządzanych na bazie owoców. Pięknie wydanie "1001 koktajli" zawiera przydatne wskazówki dotyczące przyrządzania różnych napojów, a także odsłania niezwykłe sztuczki zawodowych barmanów. Dzięki nim odkryjesz nowe, nieskończone możliwości łączenia smaków i być może stworzysz własny, niepowtarzalny koktajl, którym zachwycisz znajomych i domowników. Nazwa - 1001 koktajli. Autor - Praca zbiorowa Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Olesiejuk Kod ISBN - 9788377708682 Kod EAN - 9788377708682 Rok wydania - 2011 Format - 21,5x27 Ilość stron - 384 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2012-01-11

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Songs For Political Actio - 2839414381

899,99 zł

Songs For Political Actio Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Muzyka świata>Folk / Ludowa / Etno

1. Sandburg, Carl - The Boll Weevil 2. Allison, John - Patriotic Diggers 3. Seeger, Charles - London's Bridge Is Falling Down 4. Seeger, Charles & R. Crawford - Risselty Rosselty 5. Seeger, Ruth Crawford - Old Grey Mare 6. Seeger, Charles - Hands 7. Jackson, Aunt Molly - Ragged Hungry Blues (Part 1) 8. Jackson, Aunt Molly - Ragged Hungry Blues (Part 2) 9. Gunning, Sara Ogan - I'm Going To Organize, Baby M 10. Tillman Cadle - I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister 11. Handcox, John - Raggedy, Raggedy 12. Handcox, John - No More Mourning 13. Handcox, John - Join The Union Tonight 14. Handcox, John - We're Going To Roll The Union On 15. Handcox, John - There Is Mean Things Happening In 16. Ferguson (Bob Miller), Bob - Farmer's Letter To Th 17. Miller, Bob - Farm Relief Blues 18. Bob's Boys (Bob Miller) - 11 Cent Cotton, 40 Cent 19. Miller's Bullfrog Entertainers - The Hootenanny So 20. Ferguson, Bob & Scalawaggers - Bank Failures 21. Miller, Bob - The Rich Man & The Poor Man 22. Palmer (Bob Miller), Bill - The Poor Forgotten Man 23. New Singers - The Soup Song 24. New Singers - The Internationale 25. New Singers - Rise Up 26. New Singers - United Front 27. New Singers - Forward, We've Not Forgotten 28. New Singers - In Praise Of Learning 29. Manhattan Chorus - On The Picket Line 30. Manhattan Chorus - Hold The Fort 31. Manhattan Chorus - Casey Jones 32. Manhattan Chorus - Sit Down 33. Manhattan Chorus - Write Me Out My Union Card 34. Manhattan Chorus - We Shall Not Be Moved 35. Manhattan Chorus - Join The Union 36. Manhattan Chorus - Solidarity Forever 101. Baumann, M. & Elie Siegmeister - The Strange Funer 102. Robinson, Earl - Abraham Lincoln (Parts 1 & 2) 103. Robinson, Earl - Joe Hill 104. Robinson, Earl - Spring Song 105. Kraber, Tony - The Old Chisholm Trail 106. Aarons, Saul - Old Paint (The Horse With The Union 107. Aarons, Saul - Capitalistic Boss (Part 1 & 2) 108. Dowd, Harrison - Little Theater On The Right 109. Dowd, Harrison - Little Theater On The Left 110. White, Josh - Nine Foot Shovel 111. White, Josh - Chain Gang Boun' 112. White, Josh - Trouble 113. White, Josh - Goin' Home Boys 114. White, Josh - Cryin' Who? Cryin' You! (Parts 1 & 2 115. White, Josh - Told My Captain 116. White, Josh - Jerry 117. White, Josh - Southern Exposure 118. White, Josh - Uncle Sam Says 119. White, Josh - Jim Crow Train 120. White, Josh - Bad Housing Blues 121. White, Josh - Hard Times Blues 122. White, Josh - Defense Factory Blues 201. Almanac Singers - The Strange Death Of John Doe 202. Almanac Singers - Billy Boy 203. Almanac Singers - C' For Conscription 204. Almanac Singers - Washington Breakdown 205. Almanac Singers - Lisa Jane 206. Almanac Singers - Ballad Of October 16th 207. Almanac Singers - Plow Under 208. Almanac Singers - Talking Union 209. Almanac Singers - Union Train 210. Almanac Singers - Which Side Are You On? 211. Almanac Singers - Get Thee Behind Me, Satan 212. Almanac Singers - Union Maid 213. Almanac Singers - All I Want 214. Almanac Singers - Songs For Bridges 215. Guthrie, Woody - Babe O' Mine 216. Almanac Singers - Blow Ye Winds, Heigh Ho 217. Almanac Singers - Haul Away, Joe 218. Almanac Singers - Blow The Man Down 219. Almanac Singers - The Golden Vanity 220. Almanac Singers - Away, Rio 221. Almanac Singers - The Coast Of High Barbary 222. Almanac Singers - Greenland Fishing 223. Almanac Singers - The Dodger Song 224. Almanac Singers - Ground Hog 225. Almanac Singers - State Of Arkansas 226. Almanac Singers - Hard, Ain't It Hard 227. Almanac Singers - I Ride An Old Paint 228. Almanac Singers - House Of The Rising Sun 229. Almanac Singers - The Weaver's Song 301. Almanac Singers - Dear Mr. President 302. Almanac Singers - Belt Line Girl 303. Almanac Singers - Round, Round Hitler's Grave 304. Almanac Singers - Side By Side 305. Almanac Singers - Deliver The Goods 306. Almanac Singers - Reuben James 307. Almanac Singers - Boomtown Bill 308. Almanac Singers - Keep That Oil A Rollin' 309. Priority Ramblers - I'm Looking For A Home (Housin 310. Priority Ramblers - Amsterdam Maid 311. Priority Ramblers - Song Of The Free 312. Priority Ramblers - In Washington 313. Priority Ramblers - Overtime Pay 314. Seeger & Glazer & Hawes &Lomax - Quinte Brigada 315. Glazer, T. & B. Hawes & Lomax - Jarama Valley 316. Seeger & Glazer & Hawes &Lomax - Spanish Marching 317. Seeger & Glazer & Hawes &Lomax - Cook House/the Yo 318. Seeger & Glazer & Hawes &Lomax - Quinte Regimento 319. Seeger & Glazer & Hawes &Lomax - Quarter Master So 320. White, Josh & The Boys - Little Man On A Fence 321. Union Boys - Jim Crow 322. Union Boys - You Better Get Ready 323. Union Boys - Hold The Fort/we Shall Not Be Moved 324. Union Boys - U.a.w.-c.i.o. 325. Union Boys - Hold On 326. Ives, Burl & The Boys - Solidarity Forever 327. Union Boys - A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore 401. Robinson, Earl - Horace Greeley 402. Robinson, Earl - Kevin Barry 403. Robinson, Earl - The House I Live In 404. Robinson, Earl - A Man's A Man For A'that 405. Robinson, Earl - Drill Ye Tarriers Drill 406. Robinson, Earl - The Frozen Logger 407. Robinson, Earl - Jefferson & Liberty 408. Robinson, Earl - Sweet Betsy From Pike/dirty Miner 409. Robinson, Earl - Grand Coolee Dam 410. Robinson, Earl & D. Wilson - Free & Equal Blues (P 411. Sir Lancelot - The Century Of The Common Man 412. Partlow, Vern - I'm A Native American Nazi 413. Partlow, Vern - Join The U.a.w.-c.i.o. 414. Partlow, Vern - Keeping Score For '44 415. Partlow, Vern - The U.a.w. Train 416. Partlow, Vern - Susan's In The Union 417. Partlow, Vern - The Rollback Blues 418. Partlow, Vern - Mama Don't Allow 419. Guthrie, Woody - Farmer-labor Train 420. Guthrie, Woody - So Long, It's Been Good To Know Y 421. Guthrie, Woody - Talking Sailor 422. Guthrie, Woody - Sally, Don't You Grieve 423. Glazer, Tom & Josh White - Citizen C.i.o. 424. White, Josh - No More Blues 425. Glazer, Tom - We've Got A Plan 426. Glazer, Tom - Social Worker's Talking Blues 427. Glazer, Tom - I'm Gonna Put My Name Down 428. White, Josh - Freedom Road 501. White, Josh - Landlord 502. White, Josh - Beloved Comrade 503. White, Josh - Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier 504. White, Josh - Beloved Comrade 505. White, Josh - The Man Who Couldn't Walk Around 506. White, Josh - I'm The Guy 507. White, Josh - Little Man Sitting On A Fence 508. Glazer, Tom - When The Country Is Broke 509. Glazer, Tom - Money In The Pocket 510. Glazer, Tom - Our Fight Is Yours 511. Hays, Lee - Moses Green 512. Hays, Lee - The Rankin Tree 513. Hays, Lee - Talking Bilbo 514. Hays, Lee - This Old World 515. Claiborne, Bob - No One Stooge 516. Asbel, Bernie - Song Of My Hands 517. Asbel, Bernie & Pete Seeger - Mad As I Can Be 518. Lord Invader - Jackie Robinson 519. Mcghee, Brownie - High Price Blues 520. Mcghee, Brownie - Black, Brown & White 521. Beyer, Anna - Nix On Mundt/nixon 522. Levine, George - The Daily Worker's Song 523. Unidentified Vocalist - Taft-hartley Blues 524. Sis Cunningham - Parnell Thomas Blues 525. Reynolds, Malvina & B. Oliver - Turn Me Loose 526. Berries - Snowball 527. Berries - Swingin' On A Scab 528. Casetta, Mario - On To Sacramento 529. Partlow, Vern - Atomic Talking Blues 530. Partlow, Vern - Newspapermen Meet Such Interesting 531. Blakeslee, Dick - Passing Through 601. Seeger & Hawes & Hays & Wood - Listen Mr. Bilbo 602. Seeger & Hawes & Hays & Wood - Joe Hill 603. Seeger, Pete & Bob Clairborne - O.p.a. Shout 604. Seeger & Glazer & Hays & Wood - Voting Union 605. Seeger & Glazer & Hays & Wood - Get Out The Vote 606. Glazer, Tom - A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore 607. Seeger & Glazer & Hays & Wood - A Dollar For P.a.c 608. Hays & Seeger & Glazer & Wood - Oh, What Congress 609. Glazer & Seeger & Wood - Four P.a.c. Nursery Rhyme 610. Hays & Seeger & Glazer & Wood - D.d.t. 611. Seeger & Glazer & Wood & Hays - Fare Ye Well, Bad 612. Seeger & Glazer & Hays & Wood - No, No, No Discrim 613. Seeger & Glazer & Hays & Wood - Voter, Oh Voter 614. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - Intro/commonwealt 615. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - We've Got Our Eye 616. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - Talking Union 617. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - The Preacher & Th 618. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - Which Side Are Yo 619. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - Solidarity Foreve 620. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - The Whole Wide Wo 621. Seeger & Glazer, Wood, Gilbert - Hold The Fort/con 622. Seeger, Pete - Talking P.a.c. 623. Seeger, Pete - Conversation With A Mule 624. Seeger, Pete - The Farmer Is The Man 625. Seeger, Pete - Join The Farmer's Union 626. Seeger, Pete - Talking Atom 627. Seeger, Pete - Newspapermen Meet Such Interesting 628. Seeger, Pete - Skillet Good & Greasy 629. Seeger, Pete - T For Texas 630. Seeger, Pete - Cumberland Mountain Bear Chase 701. Sir Lancelot - Walk In Peace (Part 1) 702. Sir Lancelot - Walk In Peace (Part 2) 703. Sir Lancelot - Atomic Energy 704. Sir Lancelot - Old Lady With A Rolling Pin 705. Goodson & Vale - Red Boogie 706. Goodson & Vale - Unity Rhumba 707. Goodson & Vale - Elephant & The Ass 708. Goodson & Vale - Hungry Rhapsody 709. Goodson & Vale - Housing 710. Goodson & Vale - People's Songs Chorus Ballad Of F 711. Goodson & Vale - Jim Crow 712. Berries - Mein Shtele Belz 713. Berries & Pete Seeger - Zhonkoye 714. Seeger, Pete - Travelin' 715. Seeger, Pete - Black, Brown & White Blues 716. Seeger, Pete - The Death Of Harry Simms 717. Seeger, Pete - Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues 718. Seeger, Pete - No Irish Need Apply 719. Casetta, Mario - Unemployment Compensation Blues 720. Sanders, Betty - The Fireship 721. Sanders, Betty - Johnny, I Hardly Knew You 722. Weavers & Howard Fast - The Peekskill Story (Parts 723. Weavers - Wasn't That A Time 724. Weavers - Dig My Grave 725. Weavers - Freight Train Blues 726. Weavers - Love Song Blues 727. Weavers - The Hammers Song 801. Robinson, Earl - We're Keeping Score In '44 802. White, Josh - No More Blues 803. Oliver, Bill - Lay That Ballot Down (Part 1 & 2) 804. Partlow, Vern - The Fertilizer Song 805. Partlow, Vern - Talking F.t.a. 806. Partlow, Vern - Kiss The Boys Goodbye 807. Partlow, Vern - Round & Round The Canneries 808. Partlow, Vern - My Name Is Cannery Bill 809. Alexander, Mara & Others - The Bosses' Gang 810. Alexander, Mara - Bye, Bye Bosses 811. Huey, Richard - The New Walls Of Jericho 812. Royal Harmonaires - Henry Wallace Is The Man 813. Alvarez, Abigail - A Corrido To Wallace & Taylor 814. Alvarez, Abigail - Second Corrido To Wallace & Tay 815. Robeson, Paul - The Battle Hymn Of '48 816. Loring, Michael - The Same Old Merry-go-round 817. Loring, Michael - I've Got A Ballot 818. Loring, Michael - Great Day 819. Levine, George - Wallace Button/goodbye, Harry 820. Cunningham, Sis - Henry Wallace 821. Oliver, Bill - We Can Win With Wallace 822. Reynolds, Malvina - Work With Wallace 823. Sir Lancelot - The Century Of The Common Man 824. Sir Lancelot - Wallace Is The Man For Me 825. Loring, Michael & Alan Lomax - Yankee Doodle, Tell 826. Weavers - Intro/new York City 827. Hellerman, Fred - Marcantonio For Me 828. Weavers & Hope Foye - Skip To The Polls 829. Hellerman, Fred - Marcantonio For Major 830. Duncan, Laura - Now, Right Now 831. Weavers - We Shall Not Be Moved 832. Seeger, Pete & Hope Foye - Oh, Freedom 833. Seeger, Pete - Ben Davis 834. Unidentified Vocalist - M.t.a. 835. Unidentified - The People's Choice 836. Hellerman, Fred - Keep A-goin' & A-growin' 901. Decormier & Bernardi & Booth - The Riddle Of Thurm 902. Gallant, Gerald - Grapes To Pick 903. Hellerman, Fred - Medley: I Don't Want To Adjusted 904. Hellerman, Fred - Be Counted/we Will Overcome/the 905. Hellerman, Fred - Party Is Here To Stay 906. Hill, Bob - Pity The Downtrodden Landlord 907. Weavers - The Hammer Song 908. Weavers - Banks Of Marble 909. Lieberman, Ernie & Hope Foye - Spring Song 910. Lieberman, Ernie - Songs Of My Hands 911. Lieberman, Ernie - My Old Man 912. Lieberman, Ernie - I'm On My Way 913. Lieberman & Duncan & Smith - In Contempt 914. Lieberman & Duncan & Smith - Die Gedanken Sind Fre 915. Lieberman & Duncan & Smith - Walk Along Together 916. Lieberman & Duncan & Smith - Put My Name Down 917. Lieberman & Duncan & Smith - Hold On 918. Smith, Osborne - Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel 919. Duncan, Laura - I've Got A Right 920. Jewish Young Folksingers - We Shall Overcome 921. Sanders, Betty - Talking Un-american Blues 922. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - Old Bolshevik Song 923. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - The Cloakmaker's Un 924. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - Land Of The Daily W 925. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - Our Line's Been Cha 926. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - In Old Moscow 927. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - Unite For Unity 928. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - Bill Bailey 929. Glazer, Joe & Bill Friedland - The Last Internatio 930. Glazer, Joe - The Giveaway Boys In Washington 931. Glazer, Joe - Joe Mccarthy's Band 932. Guthrie, Woody - I've Got To Know 933. Guthrie, Woody - This Land Is Your Land

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1930 films (Film Guide) - 2845288256

142,70 zł

1930 films (Film Guide) Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 136. Chapters: Animal Crackers, The Big House, The Divorcee, The Green Goddess, The Rogue Song, Morocco, The Big Pond, The Royal Family of Broadway, From Stump to Ship, All Quiet on the Western Front, Hog Wild, Charley's Aunt, King of Jazz, Under the Roofs of Paris, Hell's Angels, The Big Trail, The Blue Angel, Just Imagine, Sarangadhara, Madam Satan, People on Sunday, Wara Wara, Teacher's Pet, Ladies of Leisure, Bride of the Regiment, Shivering Shakespeare, Salt for Svanetia, Paramount on Parade, The Man from Blankley's, Call of the Flesh, Borderline, Sweet Kitty Bellairs, L'Age d'Or, The Dawn Patrol, Juno and the Paycock, The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case, Mamba, Lord Byron of Broadway, Tom Sawyer, Good News, The Blood of a Poet, Anna Christie, School's Out, New Moon, Box Car Blues, Abraham Lincoln, Pups Is Pups, Song of the Flame, A Daughter of the Congo, Tol'able David, Murder!, Viennese Nights, The Vagabond King, Fast and Loose, Feet First, The Lone Defender, Hold Everything, The Indians Are Coming, Danger Lights, Billy the Kid, The Unholy Three, Ŕ propos de Nice, The Booze Hangs High, Soup to Nuts, Whoopee!, Sinkin' in the Bathtub, Way Out West, Sunny, Children of Pleasure, Canaries Sometimes Sing, Raffles, Moby Dick, Up the River, When the Wind Blows, The Life of the Party, Our Blushing Brides, Happy Days, Golden Dawn, Oh Sailor Behave, Another Fine Mess, St. Jorgen's Day, Monte Carlo, The Office Wife, A Lady's Morals, Westfront 1918, Earth, Terry of the Times, Let's Go Native, Song of the West, Paid, Follow Thru, Mammy, Check and Double Check, Born Reckless, Min and Bill, The Bat Whispers, The Jade Box, Bear Shooters, With Byrd at the South Pole, Going Wild, Rough Romance, Outward Bound, Hell's Heroes, They Learned About Women, Peacock Alley, No, No, Nanette, Blotto, Under a Texas Moon, The Virtuous Sin, Top Speed, Kismet, Queen High, Night Owls, Street of Chance, Holiday, Grumpy, The Boudoir Diplomat, Elstree Calling, Half Shot at Sunrise, Brats, The Cheaters, Men Without Women, The First Seven Years, Laughter, The Spoilers, A Tough Winter, Great Day, The Great Game, Imperial and Royal Field Marshal, The Bad One, Alraune, Hook, Line and Sinker, The Golf Specialist, Uproar at the Baolin Temple, The Matrimonial Bed, Arirang geuhu iyagi, The Cuckoos, The Doorway to Hell, The Cat Creeps, Congo Jazz, Dixiana, Loose Ankles, She Couldn't Say No, Chasing Rainbows, Young Man of Manhattan, Montana Moon, Recaptured Love, The Medicine Man, Gwiazdzista eskadra, Puttin' on the Ritz, Fiddlesticks, Dangerous Nan McGrew, Prix de Beauté, Dreyfus, Barnacle Bill, The Bad Man, Behind the Make-Up, General Crack, Sombras de gloria, Hit the Deck, The Devil to Pay!, City Girl, Rain or Shine, Cheer Up and Smile, Bright Lights, Oh, For a Man!, Show Girl in Hollywood, Below Zero, In Gay Madrid, The Lightning Express, The Silver Horde, Cheolindo, One Romantic Night, The Chain Gang, The Flute Concert of Sans-Souci, High Society Blues, Abschied, Mickey's Champs, Mickey's Explorers, Sinners' Holiday, The Voice from the Sky, Journey's End, The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu, Outside the Law, Dizzy Dishes, Common Clay, Not So Dumb, At the Villa Rose, The Sea Bat, Renegades, Manslaughter, The Sins of the Children, Ladies Love Brutes, Mysterious Mr. Parkes, The Last of the Duanes, Way for a Sailor, Courage, Skandal um Eva, A Soldier's Plaything, Viejo smoking, April Maze, New Movietone Follies of 1930, Mickey's Warri...

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They Never Said It - 2826769197

67,28 zł

They Never Said It Oxford University Press Inc

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Abraham Lincoln never said, "You cannot fool all the people all the time." Thomas Jefferson never said, "That government is best which governs least." And Horace Greeley never said, "Go west, young man." In They Never Said It, Paul F. Boller, Jr. and John George examine hundreds of misquotations, incorrect attributions, and blatant fabrications, outlining the origins of the quotes and revealing why we should consign them to the historical trashcan. Many of the misquotes are quite harmless. Some are inadvertent misquotes that have become popular (Shakespeare actually said, "The best part of valor is discretion"), others, the inventions of reporters embellishing a story (Franklin Roosevelt never opened a speech to a DAR group with the salutation, "My fellow immigrants"). But some of the quotes, such as Charles Darwin's supposed deathbed recantation of evolution, falsify the historical record with their blatant dishonesty. And other chillingly vicious ones, filled with virulent racial and religious prejudices, completely distort the views of the person supposedly quoted and spread distrust and hatred among the gullible. These include the forged remarks attributed to Benjamin Franklin that Jews should be excluded from America and the fabricated condemnation of Catholics attributed to Lincoln. An entertaining and thought-provoking book, They Never Said It covers a great deal of history and sets it right. Going beyond a mere catalog of popular misconceptions, Boller and George reveal how rightists and leftists, and atheists and evangelists all have at times twisted and even invented the words of eminent figures to promote their own ends. The ultimate debunking reference, it perfectly complements handbooks of quotations.

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Accounts of the Wreck of the Commerce - 2837116435

200,73 zł

Accounts of the Wreck of the Commerce Leonaur Ltd

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An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig "Commerce" by James Riley A Journal, Comprising an Account of the Loss of the Brig "Commerce", of Hartford, (Con.) James Riley, Master by Archibald Robbins A great American naval adventure of the early nineteenth century The year 1815 was a momentous one. On the muddy slopes of Waterloo in Belgium Napoleon, who had set Europe ablaze for two decades, was brought to ruin. Across the Atlantic the United States of America had concluded its war with Britain having ended the conflict with a famous victory at New Orleans. Meanwhile in the eastern Atlantic an American merchant vessel and its crew underwent a drama which, although it was not significant to the world at large, would mean catastrophe, slavery and death for some of them. The brig Commerce out of Connecticut was sailing between Gibraltar and the Cape Verde Islands on a trading voyage when she ran aground on Cape Bojador off the coast of the Western Sahara desert. The ship and crew were attacked by local tribesmen of the Sahrawi. One man was killed and the rest of the crew, after terrible ordeals, were captured by Bedouin tribesmen. They suffered constant brutality at the hands of their captors as they were force marched through the desolate landscape and suffered dehydration and starvation before their eventual liberation. This Leonaur edition contains two accounts by crew members including one by the ship's master, James Riley. Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States cited Riley's book as one as the most significant and inspirational books he read as a youth. Indeed, Riley's account was a phenomenal bestseller in America at the time of its first publication selling over 1,000,000 copies. The second account here is by Archibald Robbins and is included to give readers a perspective on the incident from by one of the ship's able seamen. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket; our hardbacks are cloth bound and feature gold foil lettering on their spines and fabric head and tail bands.

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