Breaking Rockefeller

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  • Author : Peter B. Doran
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 352 pages
  • ISBN : 0698170776
  • Rating : 4/5 from 7 reviews
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Breaking Rockefeller

Breaking Rockefeller
  • Author : Peter B. Doran
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 24 May 2016
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The incredible tale of how ambitious oil rivals Marcus Samuel, Jr., and Henri Deterding joined forces to topple the Standard Oil empire Marcus Samuel, Jr., is an unorthodox Jewish merchant trader. Henri Deterding is a take-no-prisoners oilman. In 1889, John D. Rockefeller is at the peak of his power. Having annihilated all competition and possessing near-total domination of the market, even the U.S. government is wary of challenging the great “anaconda” of Standard Oil. The Standard never loses—that is

Breaking the Class Ceiling

Breaking the Class Ceiling
  • Author : David Haselkorn,Elizabeth F. Fideler
  • Publisher : Recruiting New Teachers
  • Release : 25 July 1996
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This report examines a grass-roots movement for teacher diversity and development: paraeducator pathways into teaching. The desire to recruit a more diverse pool of teachers for urban schools and critical shortage areas has spurned a renewed interest in paraprofessional career opportunity programs. The 149 paraeducator-to-teacher programs identified in a survey by Recruiting New Teachers are described in terms of program scope and purpose; a profile of participants; overcoming barriers to participation; program models; recruiting, evaluating, and tracing participants; program budget and

Breaking the Pendulum

Breaking the Pendulum
  • Author : Philip Goodman,Joshua Page,Michelle Phelps
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 20 March 2017
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The history of criminal justice in the U.S. is often described as a pendulum, swinging back and forth between strict punishment and lenient rehabilitation. While this view is common wisdom, it is wrong. In Breaking the Pendulum, Philip Goodman, Joshua Page, and Michelle Phelps systematically debunk the pendulum perspective, showing that it distorts how and why criminal justice changes. The pendulum model blinds us to the blending of penal orientations, policies, and practices, as well as the struggle between