No Ordinary Time

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  • Author : Doris Kearns Goodwin
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 768 pages
  • ISBN : 1476750572
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 18 reviews
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No Ordinary Time

No Ordinary Time
  • Author : Doris Kearns Goodwin
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 05 November 2013
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Presents a social history of the United States in 1940, along with a moment-by-moment account of Roosevelt's leadership and the private lives of the president and First Lady, whose remarkable partnership transformed America. (This book was previously featured in Forecast.)

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  • Author : Henry Greenberg, MD
  • Publisher : Page Publishing Inc
  • Release : 24 May 2022
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No Ordinary Doctor; No Ordinary Time describes, almost exploits, a mid to late 20th century medical career that chronicles in story format the dramatic changes in medical science and health care. Dr. Greenberg took advantage of many opportunities newly opened to physicians, both in New York City and around the world. This transition from a system that offered both little more than empathy and the 19th century advancements in surgery to the highly specialized, often impersonal, invasive wizardry of today

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No Ordinary Time by Doris Kearns Goodwin   A 15 minute Summary   Analysis
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  • Release : 13 February 2015
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PLEASE NOTE: This is an unofficial summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. No Ordinary Time by Doris Kearns Goodwin - A 15-minute Summary & Analysis Inside this Instaread: • Summary of entire book • Introduction to the Important People in the book • Analysis of the Themes and Author’s Style Preview of this Instaread: No Ordinary Time by Doris Kearns Goodwin is a unique blend of history and biography, exploring the leadership and personal relationships of President Franklin

Blind Bombing

Blind Bombing
  • Author : Norman Fine
  • Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
  • Release : 01 December 2019
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Late in 1939 Nazi Germany was poised to overrun Europe and extend Adolf Hitler’s fascist control. At the same time, however, two British physicists invented the resonant cavity magnetron. About the size of a hockey puck, it unlocked the enormous potential of radar exclusively for the Allies. Since the discovery of radar early in the twentieth century, development across most of the world had progressed only incrementally. Germany and Japan had radar as well, but in just three years, the

The Character Factor

The Character Factor
  • Author : James P. Pfiffner
  • Publisher : Texas A&M University Press
  • Release : 02 December 2022
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Annotation The American president's character matters. To most Americans, it matters deeply. But how do we define what character means, and why can't we agree? In this sober, probing consideration of "the character factor" and the presidency, veteran political analyst James P. Pfiffner leads us through a survey of three aspects of presidential character that have proved problematic for recent chief executives: lies, promise-keeping, and sexual probity. His goal is not to tell us which presidents have been "good" and

Adultery

Adultery
  • Author : Deborah L. Rhode
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release : 14 March 2016
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Despite declining prohibitions on sexual relationships, Americans are nearly unanimous in condemning marital infidelity. Deborah Rhode explores why. She exposes the harms that criminalizing adultery inflicts—including civil lawsuits, job termination, and loss of child custody—and makes a case for repealing laws against adultery and polygamy.

A Call to Arms

A Call to Arms
  • Author : Maury Klein
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
  • Release : 16 July 2013
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The colossal scale of World War II required a mobilization effort greater than anything attempted in all of the world's history. The United States had to fight a war across two oceans and three continents--and to do so, it had to build and equip a military that was all but nonexistent before the war began. Never in the nation's history did it have to create, outfit, transport, and supply huge armies, navies, and air forces on so many distant and

Barred

Barred
  • Author : Carl L. Steinhouse
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Release : 02 December 2022
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I am 81 now and since finishing this, my first effort, ages ago I've been not a little embarrassed since then when asked, what is "BEFORE I FORGET!'' all about? My answer of "Me!" sounds awful but that's it, plus many more intriguing and interesting personalities and situations, thank goodness. My life certainly hasn't reached great prominence, but it's been by no means humdrum either so I feel it, perhaps, worth sharing with others. Suffice to say it is about

She Was One of Us

She Was One of Us
  • Author : Brigid O'Farrell
  • Publisher : Cornell University Press
  • Release : 15 January 2012
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Although born to a life of privilege and married to the President of the United States, Eleanor Roosevelt was a staunch and lifelong advocate for workers and, for more than twenty-five years, a proud member of the AFL-CIO's Newspaper Guild. She Was One of Us tells for the first time the story of her deep and lasting ties to the American labor movement. Brigid O'Farrell follows Roosevelt—one of the most admired and, in her time, controversial women in the

The Unsteady March

The Unsteady March
  • Author : Philip A. Klinkner,Rogers M. Smith
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 01 April 2002
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With its insights into contemporary racial politics, "The Unsteady March" offers a penetrating and controversial analysis of American race relations across two centuries.

Eleanor and Hick

Eleanor and Hick
  • Author : Susan Quinn
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 27 September 2016
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A warm, intimate account of the love between Eleanor Roosevelt and reporter Lorena Hickok—a relationship that, over more than three decades, transformed both women's lives and empowered them to play significant roles in one of the most tumultuous periods in American history In 1932, as her husband assumed the presidency, Eleanor Roosevelt entered the claustrophobic, duty-bound existence of the First Lady with dread. By that time, she had put her deep disappointment in her marriage behind her and developed an

No Stopping Us Now

No Stopping Us Now
  • Author : Gail Collins
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 15 October 2019
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The beloved New York Times columnist "inspires women to embrace aging and look at it with a new sense of hope" in this lively, fascinating, eye-opening look at women and aging in America (Parade Magazine). "You're not getting older, you're getting better," or so promised the famous 1970's ad -- for women's hair dye. Americans have always had a complicated relationship with aging: embrace it, deny it, defer it -- and women have been on the front lines of the

Something on My Own

Something on My Own
  • Author : Glenn D. Smith, Jr.
  • Publisher : Syracuse University Press
  • Release : 25 February 2015
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In 1929 The Goldbergs debuted on the air, introducing Gertrude Berg—and her radio alter ego, Bronx housewife Molly Goldberg—to the nation. The show would become one of the most beloved and enduring sitcoms of Golden Age radio, and early TV. At the helm was Berg who, as creator, star, writer, and producer, became a force to be reckoned with. This multi-faceted biography provides a penetrating look at how Gertrude Berg carved a special place for herself in the annals

Imperial Japan s Allied Prisoners of War in the South Pacific

Imperial Japan s Allied Prisoners of War in the South Pacific
  • Author : C. Kenneth Quinones
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 30 September 2021
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Three weeks after Imperial Japan’s surrender, five men dressed in baggy khaki uniforms stared at the camera. They and two colleagues were the only survivors out of the 210 Allied airmen which Imperial Japan had imprisoned in “paradise.” Joining them were 18 British soldiers, the only survivors of 600 of their countrymen similarly but separately imprisoned. Another 10,000 Allied soldiers and civilians were also imprisoned on the South Pacific island of New Britain. More than half died before liberation. What motivated such inhumane

Harlem At War

Harlem At War
  • Author : Nathan H. Brandt
  • Publisher : Syracuse University Press
  • Release : 01 December 1996
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By the spring of 1943 more than a half million blacks were in the U.S. Army, but only 79,000 of them were overseas. Most were repeating the experience of their fathers in World War I - serving chiefly in labor battalions. Domestically, clashes between blacks and whites vying for the same jobs in boomtown defense-plant cities and the wretched treatment of northern black draftees in the South - where Jim Crow discrimination was prevalent - were all too common. In Harlem