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Miller, Merle.

Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1974)

ISBN 10: 0399112618 ISBN 13: 9780399112614

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About this Item: G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Fourth Impression.. 448 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Cover is slighty torn. BIOGRAPHY. An evocation of one of Americas great Presidents. It also details the critical events and, more to the point, the crucial background facts that mark some of the most momentous decades in modern American life, the years of the Depression, the New Deal, World War II, the postwar era, the advent of Nixon and McCarthy. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Biography, Zionists, White House, Harry S. Truman, Margaret Truman Daniel, President, Conventions, Congress, Merle Miller, Government, Douglas MacArthur ). book. Seller Inventory # 27117X1

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Miller, Merle.

Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1974)

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About this Item: G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 448 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Cover is slighty torn. BIOGRAPHY. An evocation of one of Americas great Presidents. It also details the critical events and, more to the point, the crucial background facts that mark some of the most momentous decades in modern American life, the years of the Depression, the New Deal, World War II, the postwar era, the advent of Nixon and McCarthy. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Biography, Zionists, White House, Harry S. Truman, Margaret Truman Daniel, President, Conventions, Congress, Merle Miller, Government, Douglas MacArthur ). book. Seller Inventory # 27117X2

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ISBN 10: 1541272870 ISBN 13: 9781541272873

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. KAIROS is an online literary magazine with a physical publication of the work we publish available annually. We look for pieces that establish both a control of language and a command of artistry. Not only do we want to be at the forefront of literary thought, we want to publish writers who find tranquility in writing their most cathartic work, who emanate artistic expression. KAIROS means the precise and opportune moment. In this volume, contributors include Aaron Seabolt-Barringer, Allison Showstead, Ben Nardolilli, Catherine McGuire, Catherine Stearns, Charlie Brice, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Devon Balwit, Greg Stidham, Gretchen Bartels, Harry Carter, Hayden Cox, Jeffrey H. MacLachlan, Jeffrey Zable, Jennifer Lothrigel, Joshua Barnes, Kitt McIntosh, L.G. Corey, Lana Bella (Pushcart Nominee), Larry O. Dean, Madeleine Pollard, Madeline Linnell, Marc D. Allan, Melanie Keegan, Melissa Parthemore, Mitchell Waldman, Paul Ilechko, Peter Lingard, Peycho Kanev, Rebecca Took, Richard King Perkins II, Robert Beveridge, Ryan Samson, Sean Padraic McCarthy (Gertrude Stein Award in Fiction Finalist), Sam McNeil, Seth Jani, Shadow McKim, Tara Isabel Zambrano, and Uche Ogbuji. Seller Inventory # APC9781541272873

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Editor), Strange, Ken

Published by Nebula Press, North Bay, ON (1975)

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About this Item: Nebula Press, North Bay, ON, 1975. softcover. Condition: Very Good. Very Good. Slight rubbing to covers. Interior is clean, and stapled binding is firm and straight. Includes works by Allan Brown, Andrew Scott, Robert Kroetsch, Angela Baumgartel, Dermot McCarthy, Keith Muncaster, Lorraine Vernon, John T. Kellnhauser, Heidi Boland, Len Gasparini, Lorne Daniel, Wayne Nyberg, Peter Crowell, Jamie Hamilton, Peter Dubey, Peter Robinson, Pier Giorgio Dicicco, Shawn Thompson, David West, Ken Stange, Kingsley Vogan, Glen Sorestad, Robert Rankin, Richard Lemm, G. Grace, Eric Ivan Berg, Dianne Feser, Charles Noble, Malcom Barbeau, and Timothy Shay. . Seller Inventory # PASTPAGE063670I

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Daniel McGinn

Published by Write Bloody Publishing, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 1935904000 ISBN 13: 9781935904007

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About this Item: Write Bloody Publishing, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Daniel McGinn is a grandfather who began writing poems when he was a child. This collection is written in a simple, yet often surreal, style. These works are rooted in the concerns of everyday life: birth and death, marriage and children, work and leisure, sickness and health, hopelessness and redemption and even the weather. He has a quiet voice. These poems are best read in the rain. I am a long-time admirer of McGinn s work, but this book is a real eye-opener. I have never known him-or anyone else-to take such chances. There are treasures here. And there is absolute nakedness, and the healing power of love. I would be proud to see my name somewhere on this book. -Jack McCarthy, Author of Say Goodnight, Grace Notes: New and Corrected Poems . When I first met Daniel McGinn, outside a coffeehouse where I was hosting an open reading, I little imagined this shy, unassuming man would turn out to be one of the most talented poets I would ever meet. It has been with excitement, and no small bit of jealousy, that I have watched his talent grow and mature over the past fifteen years. This book shows just what I have been admiring all that time. - G. Murray Thomas author of My Kidney Just Arrived and Cows on the Freeway. There is no other poet on the planet like Daniel McGinn; his writing speaks with a skinless honesty. It is never overdressed and even its sorrows are always strangely comforting. I have waited a decade for this book to happen and I envy anyone who gets to experience McGinn s poetry for the first time. Daniel McGinn is the quiet giant of contemporary American poetry and I guarantee this book will never leave you. -Rachel McKibbens, author of Pink Elephant. Seller Inventory # AAV9781935904007

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.KAIROS is an online literary magazine with a physical publication of the work we publish available annually. We look for pieces that establish both a control of language and a command of artistry. Not only do we want to be at the forefront of literary thought, we want to publish writers who find tranquility in writing their most cathartic work, who emanate artistic expression. KAIROS means the precise and opportune moment. In this volume, contributors include Aaron Seabolt-Barringer, Allison Showstead, Ben Nardolilli, Catherine McGuire, Catherine Stearns, Charlie Brice, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Devon Balwit, Greg Stidham, Gretchen Bartels, Harry Carter, Hayden Cox, Jeffrey H. MacLachlan, Jeffrey Zable, Jennifer Lothrigel, Joshua Barnes, Kitt McIntosh, L.G. Corey, Lana Bella (Pushcart Nominee), Larry O. Dean, Madeleine Pollard, Madeline Linnell, Marc D. Allan, Melanie Keegan, Melissa Parthemore, Mitchell Waldman, Paul Ilechko, Peter Lingard, Peycho Kanev, Rebecca Took, Richard King Perkins II, Robert Beveridge, Ryan Samson, Sean Padraic McCarthy (Gertrude Stein Award in Fiction Finalist), Sam McNeil, Seth Jani, Shadow McKim, Tara Isabel Zambrano, and Uche Ogbuji. Seller Inventory # APC9781541272873

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Quinn, Francis X., ed.

Published by Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1962 (1962)

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About this Item: Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1962, 1962. , viii, 270pp., worn dust-jacket with a few chips and tears, original price $4.25, good green cloth, paper browning, some foxing on endpapers CONTENTS: Human aspects of automation / Daniel L. Shields, Jr. -- Collective bargaining and automation / Benjamin L. Masse, SJ -- Automation and manpower in the 1960s / Seymour L. Wolfbein -- Ethics and economic security / Dennis J. Comey, SJ -- Labor and automation / Abraham Weiss -- Ethics, economics, and chronic unemployment in the midst of automated abundance / William J. Byron, SJ -- Automation and the older worker / James C. O'Brien -- Automation and management decisions / Thomas M. Garrett, SJ -- Automation and the welfare of the country / Joseph D. Keenan -- Many facets of the problem / John O'Neil -- The promotion of ethics by automation / George M. Muschamp -- Automation-age apostles : contemplativus in actione / Thomas P. Gavigan, SJ -- Automation-age apostles : secular institutes / John J. O'Connor. - Automation in the life of a Catholic / Gustave Weigel, SJ -- A conservative views automation / Barry M. Goldwater -- Cultural dimensions of the new leisure / W. Norris Clarke, SJ -- Political, social, and economic implications of automation / Eugene J. McCarthy -- The ethical aftermath of automation / George G. Higgins. Seller Inventory # 73574

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Democratic Party New York

Published by Forgotten Books, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1331039819 ISBN 13: 9781331039815

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Utica Convention On Resolutions. 8 th District, Jas. R.Doolittle, Wyoming. 1 st2d 3 d4th 0 th 6 th 7 th Nelson J.Wateubury, N.Y Robert Denniston, Orange, cJames Storms, Columbia.S. S.CowEN, Washington. Dennis McCarthy, Onondag-a. Samuel Medbury, Chenango. Jacob Gould, Monroe. The Conrention adjourned to 2 Jp. M.Ftera -Oojv Sessiojv. The Committee on the nomination of perma-. nent officers, through Mr. Smith, their Chairman, reported the following, viz: President: Hon. John Tracy, of Chenango. Vice Presidents: 1 st Dist. Henry Keyser, of New York. 2 dRoBT. Denniston, of Orange. 3 dJohn Keyes Paige, of Albany. 4 th H.S. Johnson, of St. Lawrence. 5 th Abijah Beckwith, of Herkimer. 6 th HenryS. Randall, ol Cortland. 7 th George Rathbun. of Cayuga. 8 th H.P. DARRow.of Erie. Secretaries: Daniel H.Tompkins, of Queens. Calvin P.Vary, of Livingston. James W.Nye, of Madison. JamesS. Wh.4.llon, of Essex. The report of the Committee was unanimously adopted, and the officers elect having taken their seats, the President returned thanks to the Convention for the honor conferred in the following Address. Gentlemen of the Convention: I return to you my grateful acknowledgements for the honor you have conferred upon me in electing me to preside on this occasion, and assure you 1 shall endeavor to discharge the duties of the Chair in a satisfactory manner. Assembled as the Representatives of the Democratic party in this State it will be expected of us, inour action here, that we sustain the political principles of that party and the men who have -adopted and will faithfully adhere to those principles. This Convention has been organized according to the invariable usages of the Democracy of the State usages so uniform and universally adhered to, that no attempt has ever been made, except in a recent instance, to organize a State Convention in any other manner. Upon this foundation, a regular organization, and a firm and vigorous support of Democratic principles, let us hope that all who desire the predominance of these principles, all sections ot the Democratic party, may cordially unite to secure the triumph of our own cause in the State and Nation, and the greatest good to our country. H.0. Cheesebro was admitted as a regularly substituted delegate from Ontaiio, in place of Albert Lester absent, and Charles K.Loomis, a like substitute from Jefferson in place of A. L.Green. On motion of Mr. Rathbun, Jonathan Brown and Wm. Glover, were admitted as substitutes ftjr the two absent delegates from Cayuga co. The roll was di Pected to be called, when the following, delegates, Hin number, answered to theirnames: . bany Joia Keyes Paige. Andrew J.Colvin, John Van Bffiea.Banent S.Winne. MLegatiyWihiam Cobb, L.P. Wetherby. iJruome Oliver C.ytocker. Ciiugtt George Rathbun, Jonathan Brown, William Glovtr. Cluiittauque T.B. Campbell, Chevtung Gieen Benni t.Chenango iohn Tracy, Samuel Medbury. Cin(on Rufus Heaton. Cuiumii a Seneca M.Dorr, James Storms. Cortland Hemy SRaniall. DWoiuai-e Johnson B.Bragg, Linus Porter. Dutchess -Abraham Bockee, Treadwell Townsend. )ie Isaac sheiman, H.P. Darrow, Dexter Ewell. i.sex lamts S.Whallon. Fulton Hamilton ClarkS. Grinndl. Genesct Dan Sprague. Harry Wiltmr. Greene 3 jai I ruyn, Lewis( randell. Herfctmer Jefferson Tillinghast, Abijah Beckwith. Jefferson. V.Danfoith, S.Bond.C. KLoomis. Kings Phiiip S.Grooke, Thomas Hegaman, George Hall. Lewis Seymour Greene. Livingston C.P. Vary, Hector Hitchcock. Madison iamt-s W.Nye, V.W. Mason. JUoiiroc-Jacob Gould, William Wood, Siineon B.Jewett Montgomery John Nellis. MFreeman. iVeu;-yo) Jt-tephen R.Hairi?, John McMahon, N.J. Wate: bury. Daniel W.Clark, Robeit H.Maclay, Robert Getty, John K.Dcvelin, Wilson Small, Jacob Miller, Wilson G.Hunt, J.S. Vo -burgh, Thomas B.Tappen, Lucius Robinson, Henry Kfyser, Thomas Claughley. iVtuoaio Charles J.Fox, J.Jay Lawytr. Oneicio-Charles A. Mann, B.B.Hyde, Truman Eno. Seller Inventory # APC9781331039815

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Democratic Party New York

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Utica Convention On Resolutions. 8 th District, Jas. R.Doolittle, Wyoming. 1 st2d 3 d4th 0 th 6 th 7 th Nelson J.Wateubury, N.Y Robert Denniston, Orange, cJames Storms, Columbia.S. S.CowEN, Washington. Dennis McCarthy, Onondag-a. Samuel Medbury, Chenango. Jacob Gould, Monroe. The Conrention adjourned to 2 Jp. M.Ftera -Oojv Sessiojv. The Committee on the nomination of perma-. nent officers, through Mr. Smith, their Chairman, reported the following, viz: President: Hon. John Tracy, of Chenango. Vice Presidents: 1 st Dist. Henry Keyser, of New York. 2 dRoBT. Denniston, of Orange. 3 dJohn Keyes Paige, of Albany. 4 th H.S. Johnson, of St. Lawrence. 5 th Abijah Beckwith, of Herkimer. 6 th HenryS. Randall, ol Cortland. 7 th George Rathbun. of Cayuga. 8 th H.P. DARRow.of Erie. Secretaries: Daniel H.Tompkins, of Queens. Calvin P.Vary, of Livingston. James W.Nye, of Madison. JamesS. Wh.4.llon, of Essex. The report of the Committee was unanimously adopted, and the officers elect having taken their seats, the President returned thanks to the Convention for the honor conferred in the following Address. Gentlemen of the Convention: I return to you my grateful acknowledgements for the honor you have conferred upon me in electing me to preside on this occasion, and assure you 1 shall endeavor to discharge the duties of the Chair in a satisfactory manner. Assembled as the Representatives of the Democratic party in this State it will be expected of us, inour action here, that we sustain the political principles of that party and the men who have -adopted and will faithfully adhere to those principles. This Convention has been organized according to the invariable usages of the Democracy of the State usages so uniform and universally adhered to, that no attempt has ever been made, except in a recent instance, to organize a State Convention in any other manner. Upon this foundation, a regular organization, and a firm and vigorous support of Democratic principles, let us hope that all who desire the predominance of these principles, all sections ot the Democratic party, may cordially unite to secure the triumph of our own cause in the State and Nation, and the greatest good to our country. H.0. Cheesebro was admitted as a regularly substituted delegate from Ontaiio, in place of Albert Lester absent, and Charles K.Loomis, a like substitute from Jefferson in place of A. L.Green. On motion of Mr. Rathbun, Jonathan Brown and Wm. Glover, were admitted as substitutes ftjr the two absent delegates from Cayuga co. The roll was di Pected to be called, when the following, delegates, Hin number, answered to theirnames: . bany Joia Keyes Paige. Andrew J.Colvin, John Van Bffiea.Banent S.Winne. MLegatiyWihiam Cobb, L.P. Wetherby. iJruome Oliver C.ytocker. Ciiugtt George Rathbun, Jonathan Brown, William Glovtr. Cluiittauque T.B. Campbell, Chevtung Gieen Benni t.Chenango iohn Tracy, Samuel Medbury. Cin(on Rufus Heaton. Cuiumii a Seneca M.Dorr, James Storms. Cortland Hemy SRaniall. DWoiuai-e Johnson B.Bragg, Linus Porter. Dutchess -Abraham Bockee, Treadwell Townsend. )ie Isaac sheiman, H.P. Darrow, Dexter Ewell. i.sex lamts S.Whallon. Fulton Hamilton ClarkS. Grinndl. Genesct Dan Sprague. Harry Wiltmr. Greene 3 jai I ruyn, Lewis( randell. Herfctmer Jefferson Tillinghast, Abijah Beckwith. Jefferson. V.Danfoith, S.Bond.C. KLoomis. Kings Phiiip S.Grooke, Thomas Hegaman, George Hall. Lewis Seymour Greene. Livingston C.P. Vary, Hector Hitchcock. Madison iamt-s W.Nye, V.W. Mason. JUoiiroc-Jacob Gould, William Wood, Siineon B.Jewett Montgomery John Nellis. MFreeman. iVeu;-yo) Jt-tephen R.Hairi?, John McMahon, N.J. Wate: bury. Daniel W.Clark, Robeit H.Maclay, Robert Getty, John K.Dcvelin, Wilson Small, Jacob Miller, Wilson G.Hunt, J.S. Vo -burgh, Thomas B.Tappen, Lucius Robinson, Henry Kfyser, Thomas Claughley. iVtuoaio Charles J.Fox, J.Jay Lawytr. Oneicio-Charles A. Mann, B.B.Hyde, Truman Enos. Seller Inventory # APC9781331039815

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - Contemporary Art - Day Auction, Sale date - 12th November 2015, No. of lots - 526, No. of pages - 115, Illustrated in colour     INDEX   Albers Josef   Altmejd David  Altoon John  Aiys Francis   Ancart Harold  Andre Carl  Antoni Janine  Aoshima Chiho  Arcangel Cory  Artschwager Richard   Balkenhol Stephan  Barbier Gilles  Barney Matthew   Baselitz Georg   BasquiatJean-Michel    Bass Math Beecroft Vanessa  Bell Charles   Benglis Lynda  Berman Wallace  Biederman Charles  Bleckner Ross   Bogin Greg  Boltanski Christian  BonalumiAgostino  Bontecou Lee  Bourgeois Louise  Bove Carol  BushJack  Butzer Andr  Colen Dan    Condo George       Cone Davis  Cooke Nigel  CornellJoseph  Corse Mary  Cortright Petra  Cragg Tony   CurrinJohn   Dalwood Dexter  Diebenkorn Richard  Dijkstra Rineke   DineJim  DoolinJames  DubuffetJean     Dumas Marlene  ElrodJeff  Emin Tracey  Essenhigh Inka  Esser Elger  Estes Richard   Fischer Urs  Fischl Eric   Fischli & Weiss  Flanagan Barry   Flood Mark  Fontana Lucio   FOrg GUnther  Francis Sam    Calder Alexander                         Caro Anthony  Casselman Stanley  Castellani Enrico  Cattelan Maurizio    Cave Nick  Chadwick Daniel  Chamberlain John     Chapman Jake & Dinos  Chillida Eduardo  Christo    Frankenthaler Helen    Fritsch Katharina  Frize Bernard  Furnas Barnaby  Fuss Adam  Gaillard Cyprien  Garber-Maikovska Aaron   Gates Theaster  Gober Robert    Goings Ralph  Goldin Nan  Gonzales Wayne  Goode Joe  Gottlieb Adolph  Graham Robert  Graham Rodney  Grotjahn Mark  Gursky Andreas  Guston Philip  GuytonWade   Halley Peter   Hammons David  HantaT Simon  Haring Keith     Hatoum Mona  Havekost Eberhard  Held Al  Hirst Damien      Hockney David   HodgesJim  Hofmann Hans   HolzerJenny   Horn Rebecca  HorowitzJonathan  Hubbard Alex  Huyghe Pierre  Hylden Nathan  Hyon Gyon  Indiana Robert   Israel Alex  Jackson Matthew Day  Jenkins Paul  Johns Jasper  Johnson Rashid     Jonas Joan  Judd Donald  Kahraman Hayv  KapoorAnish  Kassay Jacob  KatzAlex  Kaws    Kentridge William  KieferAnselm    Klein Yves    Kooning Willem de    KoonsJeff  Kruger Barbara  Kunath Friedrich  KusamaYayoi  .   LaChapelle David   Laib Wolfgang  Laing Gerald  Lawler Louise   Levine Sherrie  Lewis Tony  LeWitt Sol      Lichtenstein Roy   Ligon Glenn   Longo Robert     Lowman Nate    Maier-Aichen Florian  Marden Brice    Marisol  MartinJason  Martinez. Eddie  McCarthy Paul  McCloud Hugo  McLaughlinJohn  Meese Jonathan  Minter Marilyn  MitchellJoan  Mitoraj Igor  Motherwell. Robert    Muller Dave  MunizVik    MuflozJuan  MurakamiTakashi    Murillo Oscar  MutuWangechi   Nara Yoshitomo      Neel Alice   Nevelson Louise  Noland Kenneth   Ofili Chris   Orozco Gabriel    Park David  Parrino. Steven  Perez Enoc   StruthThomas   Pettibon Raymond  Sturtevant  Peyton Elizabeth  Pfeiffer Paul  Poons Larry   Pour Kour  Pousette-Dart Richard    Price Seth  Prince Richard  Pruitt Rob  Quaytman R.H.  Quinn Marc  Ramos Mel  Rauschenberg Robert  Rees Dan  Reinhardt Ad   Richter Gerhard   Rickey George  Rondinone Ugo  Rosa Christian  Ruby Sterling  RuffThomas  Ruscha. Ed   .  Saban Analia   Samaras Lucas   Saville Jenny  Scarpitta Salvatore  Scharf Kenny  Schnabel Julian  SchQtte Thomas  Scully Sean  Serra Richard   Sherman Cindy       Simmons Gary  Skreber Dirk   Smith David  Smith Kiki  Smith Lucien  Sodi Bosco   Stankiewicz Richard  Stella. Frank      Stingel Rudolf  Succo Chris  Sugimoto Hiroshi  Swallow Ricky  Taaffe Philip  Tanaka Atsuko  Therrien Robert   Thiebaud Wayne  Thomas Mickalene  Tillmans Wolfgang    Trockel Rosemarie  Truitt Anne  Tuazon Oscar  Turk Gavin  Tuttle. Richard   Tuymans Luc  Twombly Cy  Ufan Lee     Vasarely Victor     Vezzoli Francesco   Viola Bill  Warhol Andy      Wesselmann.Tom  Whiteread Rachel   Williams Christopher  Williams Michael  Wilmarth Christopher  Yan Pei Ming  Yoshihara Jiro  Zenderoudi Hussein  Zhang Huan    Weight: 212g. Seller Inventory # 46160

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York , Sale title - Contemporary Art - Auction, Sale date - 24th September 2009, No. of lots - 315, No. of pages - 152, Illustrated in colour INDEX Appel, Karel Fetting, Rainer Lawler, Louise Sander, Ludwig Araki, Nobuyoshi Feuerman, Carole A. LeWitt, Sol Saura, Antonio Arman Fischl, Eric Li Shan Saville, Jenny & Luchford, Glen Arnoldi, Charles Fisher, Joel A. Lichtenstein, Roy Francis, Sam Lipsky, Pat Schmidberger, Christoph Basquiat, Jean-Michel Little, John Scholder, Fritz Baziotes, William Friedberger, Philippe Loeb, Damian Segal, George Beckman, Ford Forg, Gunther Luo, Weibing, Weidong, Weiguo Seliger, Jonathan Beecroft, Vanessa Shaobin, Yang Bertoia, Harry Gilliam, Sam Manessier, Alfred Shaw, Jim Bisky, Norbert Goldin, Nan Marca-Relli, Conrad Sillman, Amy Boberg, Oliver Goldstein, Jack Matta-Clark, Gordon Snelson, Kenneth Bochner, Mel Gottlieb, Adolph McCarthy, Paul Stamos, Theodoros Breder, Hans Graham, Dan McGinness, Ryan Stankiewicz, Richard Broek, Koen van den Greene, Matt Millares, Manolo Steinberg, Saul Brown, Cecily Grillo, John Mompo, Manuel Hernandez Steir, Pat Brown, Roger Grotjahn, Mark Muniz,Vik Struth, Thomas Bucklow, Christopher Guston, Philip Murakami, Takashi Sugai, Kumi Burlin, Paul Sugimoto, Hiroshi Halley, Peter Nara, Yoshitomo Sultan, Donald Calder, Alexander Haring, Keith Nara, Yoshitomo and Hiroshi Sugito Swallow, Ricky Campbell, Jim Harwood, Kay Natkin, Robert Caro, Anthony Heilmann, Mary Nelson, Joan Taaffe, Philip Cemin, Saint Clair Hellmich, Christian Nesbitt, Lowell Tillmans, Wolfgang Chapman, Jesse Henning, Anton Nevelson, Louise Ting, Walasse Chia, Sandro Herold, Georg Noland, Kenneth Tobey, Mark Chillida, Eduardo Hesidence, Daniel Trockel, Rosemarie Christo Hiquily, Phillipe Obregon, Roberto Tucker, William Clemente, Francesco Hofmann, Hans Olitski, Jules Tuttle, Richard Colescott, Robert Huang, Gang Oliveira, Nathan Twombly, Cy Condo, George Hume, Gary Oppenheim, Dennis Copley, William Nelson Humphrey, Ralph Oropallo, Deborah Ufan, Lee Corneille Hunt, Anna Ossorio, Alfonso Crumb, Robert Hunt, Bryan van Empel, Ruud P., Paul Vasarely, Victor Dahmen, Karl Fred Iglesias, Patricia Palazuelo, Pablo Vaziri, Mohsen Davis, Gerald Innerst, Mark Parker, Ray Velickovic, Vladimir Davis, Ron Irwin, Robert Parla, Jose de Kooning, Willem Istrati, Alexander Pearlstein, Philip Wang Guangyi Diebenkorn, Richard Penck.A. R. Wang, Qingsong Dine, Jim Jaar, Alfredo Perilli, Achille Warhol, Andy di Suvero, Mark Jarema, Maria Pettibon, Raymond Donati, Enrico Jenkins, Paul Pettibone, Richard West, Michael Dubossarsky, Vladimir & Alexander Pierson.Jack Winters, Terry Vinogradov Poons, Larry Woodrow, Bill Dubuffet,Jean Katz, Alex Prince, Richard Wyn Evans, Cerith Dzama, Marcel Kawara, On Perez, Enoc Kelley, Mike Zhang Huan Eder, Martin Kiefer, Anselm Raynaud, Jean-Pierre Eisner, Slawomir Kilimnik, Karen Rickey, George Kippenberger, Martin Rivers. Larry Fahlstrom, Oyvind Kleemann, Ron Robbins, David Faile Klein, Micha Rodrigue, George Fangor, Wojciech Knoebel, Imi Rovner, Michal Fasnacht, Heide Kosuth, Joseph Feeley, Paul Krushenick, Nicholas Feito Lopez, Luis Kuitca, Guillermo Feng, Zhengjie Kusama, Yayoi Ferrara, Jackie Konig, Fritz Weight: 495g. Seller Inventory # 36938

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - London, Sale title - Contemporary Art - Day Auction, Sale date - 16th October 2015, No. of lots - 366, No. of pages - 89, Illustrated in colour     INDEX   Adami Valerio  Aitken Doug  Aldrich. Richard  Allora & Calzadilla  Alsoudani Ahmed  Ancart Harold  Andrews Kathryn  Arcangel Cory  Armleder. John  Arunanondchai. Korakrit  Atelier Van Lieshout  Auerbach. Frank   Baldessari John  Balka Miroslav  Banksy  BarcelO Miguel  Barney Matthew  Baselitz. Georg   Basquiat Jean-Michel  Beier. Nina  Beshty Walead  BeuysJoseph          Bleckner Ross  Bobrow. Aaron  Boetti Alighiero  Bourgeois Louise    Boyce Martin  Bradford Mark  BradleyJoe  Bratsch Kerstin  Bulloch Angela  Buren Daniel    Burgert Jonas  Burri Alberto  Callegari Matteo  CarronValentin  Castellani Enrico  Chamberlain John  Clarke. Brian  Claydon Steven  Colen Dan  Condo George     Cook Ethan  Cooke Nigel  Cragg Tony  Creed Martin  Crewdson Gregory  Darmstaedter Nick  Dawson Verne  De Dominicis Gino  Deller Jeremy  Delvoye.Wim  Diiorio. Luke  Dine Jim  Doig Peter   Dorazio Piero  Driesen Stef  DubuffetJean  Dumas Marlene  Eder. Martin  .  Eggleston William  Eliasson Olafur  Emblema Salvatore  Esser Elger  Fabre Jan  Farah.Ayan  Feito Luis  Fischli & Weiss  Fontana Lucio  FOrg GOnther  Francis Sam  Gardner Tim  Genoves.Juan  Gharem Abdulnasser  Gilbert & George  Gillick. Liam  Gordon Douglas  Graham Dan  Greer Jack  Gupta Subodh  Gursky Andreas     Halley Peter  Haring Keith  Hartung Hans  HenderikseJan  Henneken. Uwe  Herold Georg  HirschhornThomas  Hirst Damien . Hockney David  HOfer Candida  HOIIer Carsten   Horn Roni  Houseago.Thomas  Houshiary Shirazeh  Hyber. Fabrice  lannone. Dorothy  Indiana. Robert  Jenkell Laurence  Joffe. Chantal  Johnson Rashid  Kahn.Wyatt  KapoorAnish  Karadi Kika  Kassay Jacob  Katz Alex  Kelley Mike  KentridgeWilliam  Kenyon Gavin  Khan Idris  Kippenberger Martin   Kirkeby Per  Klein Yves  Knoebel Imi  KohlhOfer Christof  Koons Jeff  Kosuth Joseph  Rae Fiona  Kunath Friedrich  Ramos Mel  KusamaYayoi    Rauschenberg Robert  Rego Paula  Laib Wolfgang  Rehberger Tobias  is Landy Michael  ReyleAnselm  Langa Moshekwa  Richier Germaine  Lassry Elad  Richter Gerhard  LeWitt Sol   Rojas Clare   Leone Francesca  RollinsTim &KOS  Lewis Tony  Rondinone Ugo   |v Lichtenstein Roy  RuffThomas     LoGiudice Marcello  Ruscha Ed  Los Carpinteros  Lowman Nate  deSaint-Phalle Niki  Lucas Sarah  SalaAnri  Samba Chÿrl MaekawaTsuyoshi  Scharf Kenny  Maier-Aichen Florian  Scheggi Paolo   Mangold Robert  Schneider Gregor  Manzoni Piero  Serra Richard  Mapplethorpe Robert  Shaw Raqib   McCarthy Paul  Shearer Steven   McGee Barry  Sherman Cindy     Mellin Haley  Shimamoto Shozo  Merz Mario  Sodi Bosco  Millares Manolo  Spoerri Daniel  Miller Harland  de StaSI Nicolas  Molzan Dianna  Stezaker John  MondinoAldo  Succo Chris  MonetAkim  s Morris Sarah  Tÿpies Antoni  Mosley Ryan  Thompson Augustus  MunizVik  Thompson Cheyney  Trockel Rosemarie  Newton Helmut  Trubkovich Kon  Tuazon Oscar  Oehlen Albert  Tyson Keith  Opalka Roman  Opie Julian  Uklanski Piotr  Orozco Gabriel  Upritchard Francis  Ortega Damlan  OteroAngel  Valdÿs Manolo  Varga Weisz Paloma  Parker Erik  Vasarely Victor  ParlJos  Vasconcelos Joana   Peake Eddie  Vezzoll Francesco  Pensato Joyce  Perez Enoc  Wadden Brent  Pettibon Raymond  Warhol Andy  Peyton Elizabeth  Weiner Lawrence  PiersonJack  Weischer Matthias  RlensaJaume  West Franz   Pol Nicolas  Whiteread Rachel    Polke Sigmar   Williams Michael  PomodoroArnaldo  Wolfson Jordan  Pour Kour  Woodman Betty  Price Seth  Wool Christopher  Prince Richard  Young Aaron  Quinn Marc  Zeng Fanzhi    Weight: 188g. Seller Inventory # 46157

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Daniel McGinn

Published by Write Bloody Publishing, United States (2011)

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About this Item: Write Bloody Publishing, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Daniel McGinn is a grandfather who began writing poems when he was a child. This collection is written in a simple, yet often surreal, style. These works are rooted in the concerns of everyday life: birth and death, marriage and children, work and leisure, sickness and health, hopelessness and redemption and even the weather. He has a quiet voice. These poems are best read in the rain. I am a long-time admirer of McGinn s work, but this book is a real eye-opener. I have never known him-or anyone else-to take such chances. There are treasures here. And there is absolute nakedness, and the healing power of love. I would be proud to see my name somewhere on this book. -Jack McCarthy, Author of Say Goodnight, Grace Notes: New and Corrected Poems . When I first met Daniel McGinn, outside a coffeehouse where I was hosting an open reading, I little imagined this shy, unassuming man would turn out to be one of the most talented poets I would ever meet. It has been with excitement, and no small bit of jealousy, that I have watched his talent grow and mature over the past fifteen years. This book shows just what I have been admiring all that time. - G. Murray Thomas author of My Kidney Just Arrived and Cows on the Freeway. There is no other poet on the planet like Daniel McGinn; his writing speaks with a skinless honesty. It is never overdressed and even its sorrows are always strangely comforting. I have waited a decade for this book to happen and I envy anyone who gets to experience McGinn s poetry for the first time. Daniel McGinn is the quiet giant of contemporary American poetry and I guarantee this book will never leave you. -Rachel McKibbens, author of Pink Elephant. Seller Inventory # AAV9781935904007

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 1: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, 83d Congress, 1st Session The subcommittee met, pursuant to Senate Resolution 40, agreed to January 30, 1953, at 10:30 a.m., in room 357 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Karl E. Mundt, Republican, South Dakota; Senator Everett E. Dirksen, Republican, Illinois; Senator Charles L. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator John L. McClellan, Democrat, Arkansas. Present also: Roy Cohn, chief counsel; Donald Surine, assistant counsel; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; David Schine, chief consultant. The Chairman. The hearing will come to order. Mr. Colin, did you have something you wanted to put in the record before we start? Mr. Cohn. I did, Mr. Chairman. At your request, we contacted the Department of State in connection with our investigation of the information centers, a part of the information program of the Department of State, and asked them what their objective was in establishing these some 150 information centers throughout the world. They sent us a very brief letter defining that objective. The Chairman. Mr Cohn, have you determined how many libraries we have throughout the world? Mr. Cohn. I think there are approximately 150, slightly more than that. Mr. Chairman, under the sponsorship of the State Department, in every continent in the world. The Chairman. Just for the sake of the world, will you give us a quick rundown of how you got the names of all the authors and the verification of them? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781330447987

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 6: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, Eighty-Third Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res; 40 United States Senate, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, Washington D. C. The subcommittee met (pursuant to S. Res. 40, agreed to January 30, 1953) at 10:30 a. m., in room 318 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Charles E. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator Henry M. Jackson, Democrat, Washington; Senator Stuart Symington, Democrat, Missouri. Present also: Roy Mr. Cohn, chief counsel; G. David Schine, chief consultant; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; Ruth Young Watt, chief clerk. The Chairman. The committee will come to order. May I say that we this morning will hear from a number of authors who were used by the information program and who have allegedly Communist connections. This perhaps will wind up this particular phase of the investigation. We are not attempting to call all of those authors who are either Communists or allegedly Communists. It would be just an unlimited task, I think. But I think with what we produce this morning we will have a good cross section of the type of Communists and alleged Communists who were used in the information program. I perhaps should make it clear at this time again that these individuals were not hired, their works were not purchased, since Mr. Dulles took over. They were part of the old Acheson information program. Who is your first witness, Mr. Cohn? Mr. Cohn. Mr. Millen Brand. The Chairman. Mr. Brand? You were before us yesterday, Mr. Brand, and certain questions came up. At that time you felt that you would want to have a lawyer with you. We recessed the hearing so that you could obtain a lawyer. I see you do not have a lawyer this morning. You decided not to have a lawyer? Testimony Of Millen Brand Mr. Brand. That is right. The Chairman. Will you speak a little louder? And speak into the microphone, if you will. Mr. Brand. Yes. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331483847

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - Amsterdam, Sale title - Post-War and Contemporary Art, Sale date - 17th June 2009, No. of lots - 218, No. of pages - 126, Illustrated in colour, INDEX Alechinsky P Andriesse E A Appel K Arcangelo Arman Armando Barney M Bodini F Boetti A Bogart B Bores F Bouthoorn W Brands E A Bujnowski R Calder A Constant Corbijn A Corneille Cox J CremerJ D'Haese R Daniels R Darboven H Davie A Dclvoyc W Denmark Dibbets B Dijkstra R Dumas M Elk G van Eloyan A Esser E FabreJ Francis S Genzken Golden D van Gursky A Guttuso R Hardgrove C K Hazoume R Hellermann S von Heyden J C J van der HilleniusJ A Hock H van Host Hoyland J Huang Y Hundertwasser F Hussem W Iannone D Indiana R Jacobsen R JongJ de Join A Jun M Kalinowski H E Keyser R de Klein Y Klement F KoetherJ KounellisJ Kusama Y LaChapelle D Lanskoy A Lataster G Lavier B LieshoutJ van Lucassen R Lucebert Lux L Mack H Manessier A McCarthy P Meene H van Merz M Michaux H Mulders M Nanninga J Negri M Oepts W Orlan Ouborg P Panamarenko Pedersen C H Penck A R Pezzo L del Quik Raedecker M Richardson T Riley B Rinke K Rivers L Roiter A Rooskens A Saint Phalle N de Scherman T Schneider G SchoonhovenJ Schultze B Serra R Smith R SondergaardJ A Spagnulo G Spyropoulos Y Staudacher H Stazewski H Stern B Sugimoto H TaafFe P Tajiri S Ting W Vasarely V Velde G van Visser C Wagemaker J Warhol A Watanabe Y Westerik C Wiggers K Winters R Wotruba F Yan H Zee J van der Weight: 392g. Seller Inventory # 36371

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Democratic Party New York

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from The Utica Convention On Resolutions. 8 th District, Jas. R.Doolittle, Wyoming. 1 st2d 3 d4th 0 th 6 th 7 th Nelson J.Wateubury, N.Y Robert Denniston, Orange, cJames Storms, Columbia.S. S.CowEN, Washington. Dennis McCarthy, Onondag-a. Samuel Medbury, Chenango. Jacob Gould, Monroe. The Conrention adjourned to 2 Jp. M.Ftera -Oojv Sessiojv. The Committee on the nomination of perma-. nent officers, through Mr. Smith, their Chairman, reported the following, viz: President: Hon. John Tracy, of Chenango. Vice Presidents: 1 st Dist. Henry Keyser, of New York. 2 dRoBT. Denniston, of Orange. 3 dJohn Keyes Paige, of Albany. 4 th H.S. Johnson, of St. Lawrence. 5 th Abijah Beckwith, of Herkimer. 6 th HenryS. Randall, ol Cortland. 7 th George Rathbun. of Cayuga. 8 th H.P. DARRow.of Erie. Secretaries: Daniel H.Tompkins, of Queens. Calvin P.Vary, of Livingston. James W.Nye, of Madison. JamesS. Wh.4.llon, of Essex. The report of the Committee was unanimously adopted, and the officers elect having taken their seats, the President returned thanks to the Convention for the honor conferred in the following Address. Gentlemen of the Convention: I return to you my grateful acknowledgements for the honor you have conferred upon me in electing me to preside on this occasion, and assure you 1 shall endeavor to discharge the duties of the Chair in a satisfactory manner. Assembled as the Representatives of the Democratic party in this State it will be expected of us, inour action here, that we sustain the political principles of that party and the men who have -adopted and will faithfully adhere to those principles. This Convention has been organized according to the invariable usages of the Democracy of the State usages so uniform and universally adhered to, that no attempt has ever been made, except in a recent instance, to organize a State Convention in any other manner. Upon this foundation, a regular organization, and a firm and vigorous support of Democratic principles, let us hope that all who desire the predominance of these principles, all sections ot the Democratic party, may cordially unite to secure the triumph of our own cause in the State and Nation, and the greatest good to our country. H.0. Cheesebro was admitted as a regularly substituted delegate from Ontaiio, in place of Albert Lester absent, and Charles K.Loomis, a like substitute from Jefferson in place of A. L.Green. On motion of Mr. Rathbun, Jonathan Brown and Wm. Glover, were admitted as substitutes ftjr the two absent delegates from Cayuga co. The roll was di Pected to be called, when the following, delegates, Hin number, answered to theirnames: . bany Joia Keyes Paige. Andrew J.Colvin, John Van Bffiea.Banent S.Winne. MLegatiyWihiam Cobb, L.P. Wetherby. iJruome Oliver C.ytocker. Ciiugtt George Rathbun, Jonathan Brown, William Glovtr. Cluiittauque T.B. Campbell, Chevtung Gieen Benni t.Chenango iohn Tracy, Samuel Medbury. Cin(on Rufus Heaton. Cuiumii a Seneca M.Dorr, James Storms. Cortland Hemy SRaniall. DWoiuai-e Johnson B.Bragg, Linus Porter. Dutchess -Abraham Bockee, Treadwell Townsend. )ie Isaac sheiman, H.P. Darrow, Dexter Ewell. i.sex lamts S.Whallon. Fulton Hamilton ClarkS. Grinndl. Genesct Dan Sprague. Harry Wiltmr. Greene 3 jai I ruyn, Lewis( randell. Herfctmer Jefferson Tillinghast, Abijah Beckwith. Jefferson. V.Danfoith, S.Bond.C. KLoomis. Kings Phiiip S.Grooke, Thomas Hegaman, George Hall. Lewis Seymour Greene. Livingston C.P. Vary, Hector Hitchcock. Madison iamt-s W.Nye, V.W. Mason. JUoiiroc-Jacob Gould, William Wood, Siineon B.Jewett Montgomery John Nellis. MFreeman. iVeu;-yo) Jt-tephen R.Hairi?, John McMahon, N.J. Wate: bury. Daniel W.Clark, Robeit H.Maclay, Robert Getty, John K.Dcvelin, Wilson Small, Jacob Miller, Wilson G.Hunt, J.S. Vo -burgh, Thomas B.Tappen, Lucius Robinson, Henry Kfyser, Thoma. Seller Inventory # LIE9781331039815

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De Nie, Michael & Cleary, Joe (Editors)

Published by Irish American Cultural Institute, Morristown, NY (2007)

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About this Item: Irish American Cultural Institute, Morristown, NY, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st. 366 clean, unmarked pages; includes: Ireland; Irish-Americans; Irish Studies; Joe Cleary (Short History of Ireland and Empire studies), Bruce Nelson (Daniel O'Connell, American Slavery), Niamh Lynch (Thomas Davis, John Mitchel, Irish Nationalist Anti-Imperialism), Jason King (french-Canadians and Irish Catholics in the Nationa Dnthe the Dublin University Magazine), Jill Bender (politics of Famine), G. Peatling (Race and Empire in 19th Centuiry--james Fitzjames Stephen, James Anthony Froude, Ireland and India), Niall Whelehan (Skirmishing), Paul Townsend (Justin McCarthy, Home Rule and Empire), Jason Knirck (Anglo-irish Treaty), Ni Bheachain (Mosquito press), Etc Size: 8 vo. Journal. Seller Inventory # 054559

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 1: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, 83d Congress, 1st Session The subcommittee met, pursuant to Senate Resolution 40, agreed to January 30, 1953, at 10:30 a.m., in room 357 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Karl E. Mundt, Republican, South Dakota; Senator Everett E. Dirksen, Republican, Illinois; Senator Charles L. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator John L. McClellan, Democrat, Arkansas. Present also: Roy Cohn, chief counsel; Donald Surine, assistant counsel; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; David Schine, chief consultant. The Chairman. The hearing will come to order. Mr. Colin, did you have something you wanted to put in the record before we start? Mr. Cohn. I did, Mr. Chairman. At your request, we contacted the Department of State in connection with our investigation of the information centers, a part of the information program of the Department of State, and asked them what their objective was in establishing these some 150 information centers throughout the world. They sent us a very brief letter defining that objective. The Chairman. Mr Cohn, have you determined how many libraries we have throughout the world? Mr. Cohn. I think there are approximately 150, slightly more than that. Mr. Chairman, under the sponsorship of the State Department, in every continent in the world. The Chairman. Just for the sake of the world, will you give us a quick rundown of how you got the names of all the authors and the verification of them? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781330447987

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 6: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, Eighty-Third Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res; 40 United States Senate, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, Washington D. C. The subcommittee met (pursuant to S. Res. 40, agreed to January 30, 1953) at 10:30 a. m., in room 318 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Charles E. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator Henry M. Jackson, Democrat, Washington; Senator Stuart Symington, Democrat, Missouri. Present also: Roy Mr. Cohn, chief counsel; G. David Schine, chief consultant; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; Ruth Young Watt, chief clerk. The Chairman. The committee will come to order. May I say that we this morning will hear from a number of authors who were used by the information program and who have allegedly Communist connections. This perhaps will wind up this particular phase of the investigation. We are not attempting to call all of those authors who are either Communists or allegedly Communists. It would be just an unlimited task, I think. But I think with what we produce this morning we will have a good cross section of the type of Communists and alleged Communists who were used in the information program. I perhaps should make it clear at this time again that these individuals were not hired, their works were not purchased, since Mr. Dulles took over. They were part of the old Acheson information program. Who is your first witness, Mr. Cohn? Mr. Cohn. Mr. Millen Brand. The Chairman. Mr. Brand? You were before us yesterday, Mr. Brand, and certain questions came up. At that time you felt that you would want to have a lawyer with you. We recessed the hearing so that you could obtain a lawyer. I see you do not have a lawyer this morning. You decided not to have a lawyer? Testimony Of Millen Brand Mr. Brand. That is right. The Chairman. Will you speak a little louder? And speak into the microphone, if you will. Mr. Brand. Yes. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331483847

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Frank Tuttle

Published by BEARMANOR MEDIA (2004)

ISBN 10: 1593930275 ISBN 13: 9781593930271

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About this Item: BEARMANOR MEDIA, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.From Frank Tuttle, the director of Kid Boots, The Studio Murder Mystery, True to the Navy, Roman Scandals, College Holiday, and This Gun for Hire, comes a candid and lively backstage tour of the film industry from the 1920s through the 1950s. With a cast of characters that includes Jean Arthur, Mary Astor, Mischa Auer, William Bendix, Joan Blondell, Clara Bow, Evelyn Brent, Louise Brooks, Eddie Cantor, Dane Clark, Bing Crosby, Bebe Daniels, William Demarest, Dick Foran, Mitzi Green, Glen Hunter, Victor Jory, Otto Kruger, Alan Ladd, Angela Lansbury, Veronica Lake, Charlie McCarthy, Fredric March, Thomas Meighan, George Montgomery, Adolphe Monjou, Osgood Perkins, William Powell, Robert Preston, Edward G. Robinson, Charlie Ruggles, Simone Signoret, Phil Silvers, Gloria Swanson, and Monty Wooley, They Started Talking is an affectionate Who s Who of the leading supporting players of Hollywood s golden age. In addition, published for the first time, are rare letters from film directors George Cukor, Jose Ferrer, Elia Kazan, Stanley Kramer, George Stevens, Norman Taurog, and William Wyler. Seller Inventory # AAV9781593930271

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McCarthy, Kieran; Breen, Daniel

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About this Item: Amberley Publishing, 2013. Condition: New. This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which West Cork has changed and developed over the last century. Num Pages: 96 pages, illustrations (black and white, and colour). BIC Classification: 1DBR; WQH; WQP. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 165 x 235 x 8. Weight in Grams: 306. . 2013. Paperback. . . . . . Seller Inventory # V9781445620749

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About this Item: Amberley Publishing. Condition: New. This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which West Cork has changed and developed over the last century. Num Pages: 96 pages, illustrations (black and white, and colour). BIC Classification: 1DBR; WQH; WQP. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 165 x 235 x 8. Weight in Grams: 306. . 2013. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Seller Inventory # V9781445620749

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 6: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, Eighty-Third Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res; 40 United States Senate, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, Washington D. C. The subcommittee met (pursuant to S. Res. 40, agreed to January 30, 1953) at 10:30 a. m., in room 318 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Charles E. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator Henry M. Jackson, Democrat, Washington; Senator Stuart Symington, Democrat, Missouri. Present also: Roy Mr. Cohn, chief counsel; G. David Schine, chief consultant; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; Ruth Young Watt, chief clerk. The Chairman. The committee will come to order. May I say that we this morning will hear from a number of authors who were used by the information program and who have allegedly Communist connections. This perhaps will wind up this particular phase of the investigation. We are not attempting to call all of those authors who are either Communists or allegedly Communists. It would be just an unlimited task, I think. But I think with what we produce this morning we will have a good cross section of the type of Communists and alleged Communists who were used in the information program. I perhaps should make it clear at this time again that these individuals were not hired, their works were not purchased, since Mr. Dulles took over. They were part of the old Acheson information program. Who is your first witness, Mr. Cohn? Mr. Cohn. Mr. Millen Brand. The Chairman. Mr. Brand? You were before us yesterday, Mr. Brand, and certain questions came up. At that time you felt that you would want to have a lawyer with you. We recessed the hearing so that you could obtain a lawyer. I see you do not have a lawyer this morning. You decided not to have a lawyer? Testimony Of Millen Brand Mr. Brand. That is right. The Chairman. Will you speak a little louder? And speak into the microphone, if you will. Mr. Brand. Yes. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781331483847

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art, Date - 11th March 1998, No. of lots - 375, No. of pages - 238, Illustrated in colour, , INDEX, Alexander, John 371, Appel, Karel 234, Arman 251, Artschwager, Richard 285, BaecWer, Donald 325, Baldessari, John 309, Baselitz, Georg 344, Basquiat, Jean-Michel 330,338,340, Baziotes, William 209, Becher, Bernd and Hilla 322, Bolotowsky, Ilya 243, Brauntuch, Troy 293, Burton, Scott 291, Calder, Alexander 200, 206, 210, 213, Chase, Louisa 295, Christo 250, 264, 268, 270, 271, 272, Clemente, Francesco 350, De Andrea, John, Dubuffet, Jean, Duff, John, Dunham, Carroll, Etkin, Sue, Fetting, Rainer, Fischer, R.M., Fischl, Eric, Fish, Janet, Fisher, Vernon , Francis, Sam 211, 227, 229, 235, Frankenthaler, Helen 241, 245, Fritsch, Katharina 313, Gendron, Daniel, Goldstein, Jack, Gorky, Arshile, Gornik, April, Gottlieb, Adolph, Graham, Robert, Guston, Philip, Heilman-C, Gloria, Held, Al, Hofmann, Hans, Hsu, Tishan, Hunt, Bryan, Ipoustéguy, Jean, Jacklin, Bill, Jenney, Neil, Katz, Alex 255, Kendrick, Mel 370, Kippenberger, Martin 337, Kline, Franz 205, Kusama,Yayoi249,257,266,267,269, Kushner, Robert 298, Lane, Lois, Lanskoy, André, LeWitt, Sol, Lemieux, Annette, Lethbridge, Julian, Levine, Sherrie, Lichtenstein, Roy, Long, Richard, Louis, Morris, Marca- Relli, Conrad, McCarthy, Paul, McLean, Bruce, Messer, Sam, Morimura, Yasumasa, Moskowitz, Robert, Mullican, Matt, Muniz,Vik, Murphy, Robbin, Pettibone, Richard 334, Pousette- Dart, Richard 208, 217, 238, Prina, Stephen 304, Prince, Richard 329, Raffael, Joseph, Reveles, Sam, Rickey, George, Rivers, Larry, Rockburne, Dorothea, Rollins, Tim & K.O.S., Rothko, Mark, Ruscha, Edward, Saint Phalle, Niki de, Sandback, Fred, Scharf, Kenny, Schnabel, Julian, Schuyff, Peter, Scully,Sean, Shapiro, Joel, Sherman, Cindy, Sicilia, José Maria, Smith, David, Smith, Kiki, Somaini, Francesco, Stephan, Gary, Sultan, Donald, Tobey, Mark, True, David, Tuttle, Richard, Twombly,Cy, Tworkov, Jack, Vaisman, Meyer, Warhol, Andy 253, 254, 256, 258, 260, Wegman, William 339, 348, Wesselmann, Tom 261, 273, Williams, Sue 361, Wilson, Donald Roller 372, Winters, Robin, Wonner, Paul, Wool, Christopher, Zucker, Joe 299 Weight: 784g. Seller Inventory # 9760

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Mccarthy, Daniel G.

Published by Paine Press (1996)

ISBN 10: 0965346501 ISBN 13: 9780965346504

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About this Item: Paine Press, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. Signed by Author on Title page with Presentation notation. Nice Firm Clean copy ! 285 pages. Seller Inventory # 80152

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Frank Tuttle

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About this Item: BEARMANOR MEDIA, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. From Frank Tuttle, the director of Kid Boots, The Studio Murder Mystery, True to the Navy, Roman Scandals, College Holiday, and This Gun for Hire, comes a candid and lively backstage tour of the film industry from the 1920s through the 1950s. With a cast of characters that includes Jean Arthur, Mary Astor, Mischa Auer, William Bendix, Joan Blondell, Clara Bow, Evelyn Brent, Louise Brooks, Eddie Cantor, Dane Clark, Bing Crosby, Bebe Daniels, William Demarest, Dick Foran, Mitzi Green, Glen Hunter, Victor Jory, Otto Kruger, Alan Ladd, Angela Lansbury, Veronica Lake, Charlie McCarthy, Fredric March, Thomas Meighan, George Montgomery, Adolphe Monjou, Osgood Perkins, William Powell, Robert Preston, Edward G. Robinson, Charlie Ruggles, Simone Signoret, Phil Silvers, Gloria Swanson, and Monty Wooley, They Started Talking is an affectionate Who s Who of the leading supporting players of Hollywood s golden age. In addition, published for the first time, are rare letters from film directors George Cukor, JosE Ferrer, Elia Kazan, Stanley Kramer, George Stevens, Norman Taurog, and William Wyler. Seller Inventory # AAV9781593930271

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from State Department Information Program Information Centers, Vol. 1: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, 83d Congress, 1st Session The subcommittee met, pursuant to Senate Resolution 40, agreed to January 30, 1953, at 10:30 a.m., in room 357 of the Senate Office Building, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (chairman) presiding. Present: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Republican, Wisconsin; Senator Karl E. Mundt, Republican, South Dakota; Senator Everett E. Dirksen, Republican, Illinois; Senator Charles L. Potter, Republican, Michigan; Senator John L. McClellan, Democrat, Arkansas. Present also: Roy Cohn, chief counsel; Donald Surine, assistant counsel; Daniel G. Buckley, assistant counsel; David Schine, chief consultant. The Chairman. The hearing will come to order. Mr. Colin, did you have something you wanted to put in the record before we start? Mr. Cohn. I did, Mr. Chairman. At your request, we contacted the Department of State in connection with our investigation of the information centers, a part of the information program of the Department of State, and asked them what their objective was in establishing these some 150 information centers throughout the world. They sent us a very brief letter defining that objective. The Chairman. Mr Cohn, have you determined how many libraries we have throughout the world? Mr. Cohn. I think there are approximately 150, slightly more than that. Mr. Chairman, under the sponsorship of the State Department, in every continent in the world. The Chairman. Just for the sake of the world, will you give us a quick rundown of how you got the names of all the authors and the verification of them? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781330447987

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Lewis, Jon E. (editor) (Charlotte Yonge; Toby Harnden; Aristotle; M. R. D. Foot; Maurice Weaver; Kai Friese; Thomas Carlyle; E. Cobham Brewer; Anthony Farrar-Hockley; F. E. Whitton; John Foxe; William Cobbett; Cecil Woodham K. Smith; William Hazlitt)

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About this Item: Carroll and Graf Publishers, New York, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Soft Cover Edition. (xv) 496 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; some darkening around the edges of the text block. This anthology contains: The Spartans at Thermopylae by Charlotte Yonge; Let's Roll by Toby Harnden; The Habit and Virtue of Courage by Artistotle; The Face of Courage by M. R. D. Foot; The Heroine of the Playground by Maurice Weaver; The Front of the Bus by Kai Friese; Hero Worship by Thomas Carlyle; The Darlings of the Life Boats by E. Cobham Brewer; Lieutenant Philip Curtis Wins the Victoria Cross by Anthony Farrar-Hockley; Daniel in the Lions' Den from The Bible; The Charge of the Light Brigade by F. E. Whitton; The Candle That Shall Never be Put Out by John Foxe; Bomb Disposal - Anonymous; Cobbett in the Dock by William Cobbett; The Lady of the Lamp by Cecil Woodham K. Smith; Bill Neate Versus the Gas Man by William Hazlitt; The Man Who Broke the Sound Barrier by Tom Wolfe; His Soul Goes Marching On by E. G. Ogan; Horatius at the Bridge by Livy; David and Goliath from The Bible; No Surrender by Lady Constance Lytton; Henry V's Speech at Agincourt by William Shakespeare; The Storming of Ciudad Rodrigo by William Gratton; The Boy V.C. by Alistair Maclean; The Daunt Rock Lightship by Patrick Howarth; The Evacuation of Kham Duc by Philip Chinnery; Obituary: Digby Tatham-Warter from The Daily Telegraph; George Washington and the Cherry Tree by J. Berg Esenwein, Marietta Stockard and William J. Bennett; Britain is a Land of Unsung Heroes by Robert Hardman; The Spirit of St. Louis by Charles A. Lindbergh; The Hero as Priest by Thomas Carlyle; Rorke's Drift by F. E. Whitton; Spreading the Word by John Wesley; The Heroes of Eyam by Paul Chadburn; Facing the End by R. F. Scott; Man Eater by Colonel Jim Corbett; Dolley (Dolly) Madison Rescues the National Treasure by Dolley Madison; On Trial by Lillian Hellman; The Show Must Go On by Giles Playfair; Heckling Nixon by Ron Kovic; Sir Walter Scott and His Creditors by Sir Walter Scott; The Blocking of Zeebrugge by Sir Archibald Hurd; Zola and the Dreyfus Case by Frederick Laws; J'Accuse by Emile Zola; Moral Fibre in the Bomber Command by Max Hastings; Mission to Leipzig by Bert Stiles; The Death of Socrates by Plato; The Crucifixion of Christ from The Bible; The Boat Journey by Ernest Shackleton; The General Says Nuts by Russell F. Weighley; Alone by Douglas Mawson; Satyagraha by Web Miller; The Big Hitter by Bob Considine; The Trials of Galileo by John Hall; Obituary: Bill Reid V.C. from The Times; The Miracle of the Jacal by Bill O'Neal; Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller by Lorena A Hickok; Tiananmen Square - Anonymous student; Prisoner of Islamic Jihad by John McCarthy; And Remember the Alamo by Jon E. Lewis; Swimming Niagara by E. J. Trelawny; Boudicca's Battle Cry - Tacitus; A Yankee Antique by Walt Whitman; Man Could Not Do Much More by Geoffrey Winthrop Young; Heroism by Ralph Waldo Emerson; The Death of Adolfo Rodriguez by Richard Harding Davis; Sir Thomas More Upon the Scaffold - Anonymous; The Great Escaper by Tom Moulson; Omdurman by Winston S. Churchill; Spartacus by James Chambers; and Ordinary Heroes by Richard Jerome, Susan Schindette, Nick Charles and Thomas Fields-Meyer. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 208494

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Published by Duke University Press, United States (2003)

ISBN 10: 0822330245 ISBN 13: 9780822330240

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About this Item: Duke University Press, United States, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Transparency has, in recent years, become a watchword for good governance. Policymakers and analysts alike evaluate political and economic institutions-courts, corporations, nation-states-according to the transparency of their operating procedures. With the dawn of the New World Order and the mutual veil dropping of the post-Cold War era, many have asserted that power in our contemporary world is more transparent than ever. Yet from the perspective of the relatively less privileged, the operation of power often appears opaque and unpredictable. Through vivid ethnographic analyses, Transparency and Conspiracy examines a vast range of expressions of the popular suspicion of power-including forms of shamanism, sorcery, conspiracy theory, and urban legends-illuminating them as ways of making sense of the world in the midst of tumultuous and uneven processes of modernization.In this collection leading anthropologists reveal the variations and commonalities in conspiratorial thinking or occult cosmologies around the globe-in Korea, Tanzania, Mozambique, New York City, Indonesia, Mongolia, Nigeria, and Orange County, California. The contributors chronicle how people express profound suspicions of the United Nations, the state, political parties, police, courts, international financial institutions, banks, traders and shopkeepers, media, churches, intellectuals, and the wealthy. Rather than focusing on the veracity of these convictions, Transparency and Conspiracy investigates who believes what and why. It makes a compelling argument against the dismissal of conspiracy theories and occult cosmologies as antimodern, irrational oversimplifications, showing how these beliefs render the world more complex by calling attention to its contradictions and proposing alternative ways of understanding it. Contributors. Misty Bastian, Karen McCarthy Brown, Jean Comaroff, John Comaroff, Susan Harding, Daniel Hellinger, Caroline Humphrey, Laurel Kendall, Todd Sanders, Albert Schrauwers, Kathleen Stewart, Harry G. West. Seller Inventory # AAJ9780822330240

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