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Joseph C. Grew
|Statement||edited by Walter Johnson assisted by Nancy Harvison Hooker.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Walter, 1915-, Hooker, Nancy Harvison.|
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0; Pub Date: Nov. 19, ISBN: Page Count: Publisher: Harper/HarperCollins. Review Posted Online: Nov. 10, Categories: GENERAL. Reviews "For teachers and students this book will serve as an excellent introduction to the characteristics, causes, and consequences of mob violence in the Jacksonian era."--William B.
McCash, Journal of the Early Republic "An interesting commentary on a much overlooked subject."--John F. McCormack, Delaware County Community College "A helpful contribution to. This record of a year career in the diplomatic service is based largely on Mr. Grew's diary and letters, edited by Walter Johnson, Professor of History at the University of Chicago.
Valuable as a historical source, the sections of greatest current interest are Mr. Grew's review of the events leading to Pearl Harbor--he still believes the United States missed an opportunity for a.
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A Treasury of Civil War Tales: Unusual, Interesting Stories of the Turbulent Era When Americans Waged War on Americans by Webb Garrison A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
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InDavid Rosenberg wrote about Ken Light’s images from a particularly turbulent era in the U.S.: the s and ’70s. The original is reprinted below. Ken Light knew he would become a. A LOOK AT A TURBULENT ERA IN CHINESE ART According to James Cahill in ''The Compelling Image,'' an award-winning book on 17th-century Chinese art, the artist was ''tired of taking sides, sick.
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A panoramic, illuminating and compassionate portrait of a turbulent and confused era, the book represents nothing less than a landmark for the novel in .Editor's note: The new book "Rainer on Film: Thirty Years of Film Writing in a Turbulent and Transformative Era" (published by Santa Monica Press) is a remarkable collection of reviews and essays from Pulitzer finalist Peter Rainer, film critic for the Christian Science Monitor, who has also written for the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, New York .