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The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 8) - Friedrich Engels

... Yorkshire, and Wales. Frost?s plan being betrayed, he was obliged to open hostilities prematurely. Those in the North heard of the failure of his attempt in time to withdraw. Two months later, in January, 1840, several so-called spy outbreaks ...

Rituals and Power - SRF Price

... . no. 73, Stratonicea).       The larger cities were able to place their imperial temples in preeminent positions. At Aphrodisias, where the imperial temple was a local landmark, excavations have revealed two facing porticoes of the first century C.E., three stories high, 14 meters ...

Chapter 16: A People's War? - Howard Zinn

... loyalty oaths, riots against the camp authorities. The Japanese resisted to the end. Not until after the war did the story of the Japanese-Americans begin to be known to the general public. The month the war ended in Asia ...

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Chapter 5: A Kind of Revolution - Howard Zinn

... on the right side of the road, and those against on the left, two hundred of the militia went to the right, eight hundred to the left, and the judges adjourned. Then the crowd went to the home of the ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 2, Chapter 9) - George Orwell

... peaceful society was in fact not possible, it had been fairly easy to believe in it. The idea of an earthly paradise in which men should live together in a state of brotherhood, without laws and without brute labor, had haunted ...

Chapter 21: Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus - Howard Zinn

... 28 percent. The idea of a "progressive" income in which the rich paid at higher rates than everyone else was now almost dead. As a result of all the tax bills from 1978 to 1990, the net worth of the "Forbes 400 ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... , slowly emerging from those imagined solitudes, and heavily crawling along the floor, the ghost of a gigantic tortoise, with "Memento * * * * *" burning in live letters upon his back. * * * * * SKETCH SECOND. TWO SIDES TO A TORTOISE. "Most ugly shapes and horrible aspects, Such as ...

Chapter I - Robert C. Tucker

... of the people in opposi-­ tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory concepts of sovereignty, the one ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume III Chapters I-IV (1-4)” - MsMAPLit

... intelligence was dilatory and unsatisfactory: besides, any variation was agreeable to me, and I was delighted with the idea of spending a year or two in change of scene and variety of occupation, in absence from my family, during which period some ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.8) - Joseph Conrad

... his spectacles could be seen turning amiably from side to side. The informal function arranged on purpose on board the Juno to give the President-Dictator an opportunity to meet intimately some of his most notable adherents in Sulaco was ...

Frederick Douglass's “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” - ChrisApap

... not adopted the fashionable idea of this day, of the infallibility of government, and the absolute character of its acts, presumed to differ from the home government in respect to the wisdom and the justice of some of those burdens ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 7) - Friedrich Engels

... so may see crowds of them in Manchester. North of the iron district of Staffordshire lies an industrial region to which we shall now turn our attention, the Potteries, whose headquarters are in the borough of Stoke, embracing Henley, Burslem ...

A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (Chap. 24) - Samuel Johnson

... , that the ideas of pain predominate in almost every mind. What is recollection but a revival of vexations, or history but a record of wars, treasons, and calamities? Death, which is considered as the greatest evil, happens to all. The greatest good ...

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Chapter 12: The Empire and the People - Howard Zinn

... fears, the Colored people of the United States turned to you when Wilmington, North Carolina was held for two dreadful days and nights in the clutch of a bloody revolution; when Negroes, guilty of no crime except the color of their ...

Chapter 14: War Is the Health of the State - Howard Zinn

... and jails had been used to reinforce the idea that certain ideas, certain kinds of resistance, could not be tolerated. And still, even from the cells of the condemned, the message was going out: the class war was still on ...

Walking (Full Text) - Henry David Thoreau

... owners' deeds, as it were in some faraway field on the confines of the actual Concord, where her jurisdiction ceases, and the idea which the word Concord suggests ceases to be suggested. These farms which I have myself surveyed, these bounds ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 2.3) - Thucydides

... the tribes of that part of the continent, without waiting to occupy their camp, rushed on with the rest of the barbarians, in the idea that they should take the town by assault and obtain the sole glory of the ...

Names of People (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... trout and to know the names of the flowers whose red and purple clusters adorned the walls of the neighbouring gardens; then it had been the ancient heritage, famous in song and story, from which the proud race of Guermantes ...

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The Life of Alexander (Part 1 of 7) - Plutarch

... rather to the signs of the soul in men, and by means of these to portray the life of each, leaving to others the description of their great contests. 2 1 As for the lineage of Alexander, on his father's side he ...

The Marx Engels Reader ( Chap 1 ) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

The Marx-Engels Reader Chap.I - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

The Marx-Engels Reader(Chapter 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.1) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

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The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter-I) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

The Marx-Engels Reader ( Chap. Uno! ) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

The Marx - Engels Reader (Chater 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... can also speak of a sovereignty of the people in opposi tion to the sovereignty existing in the monarch. But then it is not a question of one and the same sovereignty which has arisen on two sides, but two entirely contradictory ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 9 (The Sea and the Desert) - Henry David Thoreau

... sailed north past Cape Cod, as the antiquaries say, ?and was shipwrecked on to Ireland.? Though once there were more whales cast up here, I think that it was never more wild than now. We do not associate the idea of ...

I and My Chimney - Herman Melville

... making new flower-beds even on the north side of the house where the bleak mountain wind would scarce allow the wiry weed called hard-hack to gain a thorough footing; and on the road-side sets out mere pipe-stems ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 2.8) - Joseph Conrad

... ever now to enter the harbour without loss of time; the idea that he had destroyed the principal object of his expedition was too intolerable to be accepted. This feeling made the story he had heard appear the more incredible ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 4) - Joseph Conrad

... in a little while the consciousness of his position presented itself to him as something so ugly, dangerous, and absurd, the difficulty of ever freeing himself from the toils of that complication so insoluble, that the idea of going back and ...

Heien v. North Carolina - The Supreme Court of the United States

... person be able to take this view of the statute? CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS: That's a very broad definition of reasonable. I understand the idea that when, you know, 99 people out of a hundred think you have to have two brake lights, like ...

The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids - Herman Melville

... conversing, to the flagging of the court; some going to their neighboring chambers to turn over the Decameron ere retiring for the night; some to to smoke a cigar, promenading in the garden on the cool river-side; some to make ...

History - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... drew from nature when they painted the thunderbolt in the hand of Jove. I have seen a snow-drift along the sides of the stone wall which obviously gave the idea of the common architectural scroll to abut a tower. By surrounding ourselves ...

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The Conduct of Life (Chap. 3) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... any compromise of safety. Napoleon was fond of telling the story of the Marseilles banker, who said to his visitor, surprised at the contrast between the splendor of the banker's chateau and hospitality, and the meanness of the counting-room ...

Frankly Speaking: Interview with Rahul Gandhi - Arnab Goswami

... to transform ourselves, we have bring in youngsters, we have to give them space. Two is we have to look at manufacturing, we have already set up the corridors North, South, East & West, how we can take the energy of ...

Chapter 17: “Or Does It Explode?” - Howard Zinn

... , there were others who would have to be bitterly fought, and not always with nonviolence. Two years after the Montgomery boycott, in Monroe, North Carolina, an ex-marine named Robert Williams, the president of the local NAACP, became known for ...

The Republic (Book 4) - Plato

... say --akin to desire. Well, I said, there is a story which I remember to have heard, and in which I put faith. The story is, that Leontius, the son of Aglaion, coming up one day from the Piraeus, under the north wall on ...

Nostromo (Chap. 1.6) - Joseph Conrad

... their prosperity without a stain on its only real, on its immaterial side! Charles Gould, on his part, had been obliged to keep the idea of wealth well to the fore; but he brought it forward as a means, not as an ...

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Chapter 22: The Unreported Resistance - Howard Zinn

... historic Broadway theaters were razed to make way for a luxury fifty-story hotel, after two hundred theater people demonstrated, picketing, reading plays and singing songs, refusing to disperse when ordered by police. Some of the nation's best-known theater personalities ...

Silicon Valley (Transcript) - American Experience (PBS)

... numbers -- some 3,000 a month in the late 1950s -- in search of opportunity. Kathleen Cohen, Palo Alto Resident: People came to California to get started again in their lives in new directions. The idea of the new is a very exciting thing ...

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