Hitler’s American Model is invaluable in comprehending the creative political maneuvering deployed, across time and international boundaries, to satisfy this racism.
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Though Jackson has a generally favorable opinion of de Gaulle, he makes no attempt to hide his difficult personality and his craftily dishonest manipulation of people and institutions. The result is both even-handed and definitive.
Given that the book was written for a white audience, how did I feel as a person of color reading it? The simple answer is mixed.
Unwanted Advances is a provocative, if frustrating, read.
Secret Sisterhood offers little in the way of secrets and even less in the way of female literary friendship.
Apart from a history of heavy machinery, Ammon’s book also examines shifting attitudes towards the wholesale clearance of land from World War II through 1973.
If we read On the Other Hand as a meditation on the uses of history, we might say that for Kushner, history itself emerges as a left-handed discipline.
If there is not much new on GM agriculture or even on the dynamics of defection, we are not left with much except a deceptive broadside against anti-GMO activism, authenticated only by Lynas’s special standing.
Republican Character reminds readers that the men and women in politics are rarely ideologically consistent, often opportunistic, and sometimes make strange alliances and unappealing compromises.
The Big Picture has a broad yet unmistakable viewpoint regarding the artistic fallout of the trends it chronicles, and that outlook is despairing.