Taking It Big

Author: Stanley Aronowitz
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231509502
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In this book, Aronowitz not only reclaims this critical thinker’s reputation but also emphasizes his ongoing significance to debates on power in American democracy.

Taking It Personally

Author: Ann Berlak
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781566398763
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EDUCATION/RACE/SOCIOLOGY Taking It Personally needs a warning label:
YOUR OWN RISK. Berlak and Moyenda guide us into the depths of racism,
peeling away layer after layer, revealing the pervasive American devil in all its
complexity. If you start the journey, you may want to turn back, you may want to
look away, you will certainly want them to lighten up. But stay to the end and you
will never be ...

Taking It Home

Author: Tony Ardizzone
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252064838
Size: 57.46 MB
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Taking It Home only confirms what we have seen thus far, that Tony Ardizzone belongs, for sure, to the upper echelon of contemporary Unites States writers.Anthony Julian Tamburri

Taking It Like A Man

Author: David Savran
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400822461
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though he's “afraid” of taking STP, afraid that “there'll be the revelation of
something that I'm not willing to accept,” he insists that he will brave it out.119
Moreover, his description of the effects of LSD suggests that it does indeed
produce a kind of masochistic self-abnegation: “Every time you take acid you
undergo the destruction of the ego and even the body as you know [it]. . . . Your
ego really dies.”120 And even Timothy Leary underscores the egodestroying
properties of the LSD ...

Taking It Big

Author: Steven P. Dandaneau
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1452221987
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It stands on its own and demands to be understood in its tragic particularity. But
what of the whole? One way to grasp the totality as opposed to the particularin of
our experience—one way to begin this process of taking it big—is to recall that
human beings are but one of millions of species of life on the planet we have
named earth. When we take account of all life, we see that we live in
systematically morbid times. When we take account of all life, we are driven to
experience new forms ...

Taking It All

Author: Sharon Kendrick
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459269756
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'Um—the only thing is—' 'Yes, dear?' '—that he's got a daughter—' 'A daughter?'
interjected Mrs Jackson sharply. 'Why? Is he divorced?' 'No,' answered Sarah
heavily, wishing to high heaven that she had never brought the subject up. 'He's
a widower, actually.' 'And how old is he?' 'About thirty-four—' 'About? You mean
you don't know?' 'I mean we haven't really gotten around to discussing it—' 'Oh!'
interrupted her mother cheerfully, and Sarah could almost hear her mother
thinking, ...

Family Reunion Taking It To The Next Level

Author: Regina Mason
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781465334473
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It is a broad term with many facets that incorporates genealogy, genetics,
surname and place (of origin) studies, clan research, and oral histories, just to
name a few. The one area of family history research that we probably are most
familiar with is genealogy. As we know, genealogy is the study of one's ancestors
. This involves tracing a living or historic person's ancestry back into time from the
present using archival records (Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/
dictionary/ history, ...

Taking It To The Hill

Author: David McInnes
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN: 0776606077
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SCENARIOTEN: Taking a Holistic Approach “One doesn't automatically equate
nurses with lobbyists, but the views of 110,000 registered nurses send a powerful
message. By taking a multifaceted approach, we appear before committees and
lobby at the political and bureaucratic levels.” — Carole Pressault, Government
Relations Senior Advisor, Canadian Nurses Association, Interview, May 27, 1998
Pursuing public policy objectives can involve a two-pronged effort: an association