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📒The Winds Of Change ✍ Frank L. Battisti
✏The Winds of Change Book Summary : (Meredith Music Resource). This expansion on Battisti's The Twentieth Century American Wind Band/Ensemble includes discussions on the contribution of important wind band/ensemble personalities and organizations, and provides important information on hundreds of compositions for this medium. Challenges facing the 21st century wind band/ensemble conductor including training and development are also discussed. (a href="http://youtu.be/XwbrlkXUnEk" target="_blank")Click here for a YouTube video on The Winds of Change(/a)
📒The Winds Of Change ✍ Eugene Linden
✏The Winds of Change Book Summary : A concise history of significant world events that occurred as a direct result of climate changes describes lost societies in Greenland, central America, and central Africa, in a cautionary account that evaluates the present world's readiness for threatening climate changes. By the author of The Octopus and the Orangutan. 35,000 first printing
📒Winds Of Change ✍ Louis A. Pérez Jr.
✏Winds of Change Book Summary : The first book to establish hurricanes as a key factor in the development of modern Cuba, Winds of Change shows how these great storms played a decisive role in shaping the economy, the culture, and the nation during a critical century in the island's history. Always vulnerable to hurricanes, Cuba was ravaged in 1842, 1844, and 1846 by three catastrophic storms, with staggering losses of life and property. Louis Perez combines eyewitness and literary accounts with agricultural data and economic records to show how important facets of the colonial political economy--among them, land tenure forms, labor organization, and production systems--and many of the social relationships at the core of Cuban society were transformed as a result of these and lesser hurricanes. He also examines the impact of repeated natural disasters on the development of Cuban identity and community. Bound together in the face of forces beyond their control, Cubans forged bonds of unity in their ongoing efforts to persevere and recover in the aftermath of destruction.
📒12 Steps To Mastering The Winds Of Change ✍ Erik Olesen
✏12 Steps to Mastering the Winds of Change Book Summary : Tells how to gain control of one's life when change occurs, transform setbacks into new opportunities for success, handle crises, and control fears
📒The Warm Winds Of Change ✍ Cluny Macpherson
✏The Warm Winds of Change Book Summary : What leads a Samoan villager to buy a Chinese polypropylene mat rather than making a pandanus mat? When do Pacific emigrants stop sending back money to their home village? Do villagers stop giving away fish when they have a refrigerator to store it in? In The Warm Winds of Change, Cluny and La'avasa Macpherson look at ordinary lives in a Pacific village in order to provide an accessible introduction to the ways in which Pacific societies are being transformed by the forces of globalisation. Global culture has had a powerful impact on the flora and fauna, the people, languages and cultures of the Pacific for many centuries. But these earlier changes were largely controlled and managed by Pacific societies as new people, ideas, and things were incorporated into traditional chiefly culture. The Macphersons suggest that recent changes are delivering a more profound challenge to tradition. Society is shifting from baskets to buckets, from chiefly and religious authority to a questioning democracy, from in-kind work to a cash economy. Every day in Western news, media report on the key forces of globalisation - free flows of capital, people and ideas, the impact of big cultures and economics on small nations, the falling costs of distance. Here the Macphersons make those forces tangible by showing us how globalisation is transforming daily life in an ordinary Pacific village.
📒The Winds Of Change ✍ David Creaton
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📒The Winds Of Change ✍ John Ramsden
✏The Winds of Change Book Summary : This is the final volume in the series: the definitive account of the political party that has governed Britain for most of the century. John Ramsden traces the political developments and leadership battles (and the wider fortunes of the Party in the country at large) from Macmillan's accession to premiership in 1957, to the surprise election victory of Margaret Thatcher in 1979, taking in the Douglas Home and Heath years in full.
📒Nelson Mandela And The Wind Of Change ✍ Gabriel Lohodedoo Burya
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📒Winds Of Change ✍ Peter Hennessy
✏Winds of Change Book Summary : From the celebrated author of Never Again and Having It So Good, a wonderfully vivid new history of Britain in the early 1960s Harold Macmillan famously said in 1960 that the wind of change was blowing over Africa and the remaining British Empire. But it was blowing over Britain too - its society; its relationship with Europe; its nuclear and defence policy. And where it was not blowing hard enough - the United Kingdom's economy - great efforts were made to sweep away the cobwebs of old industrial practices and poor labour relations. Life was lived in the knowledge that it could end in a single afternoon of thermonuclear exchange if the uneasy, armed peace of the Cold War tipped into a Third World War. In Winds of Change we see Macmillan gradually working out his 'grand design' - how to be part of both a tight transatlantic alliance and Europe, dealing with his fellow geostrategists Kennedy and de Gaulle. The centre of the book is 1963 - the year of the Profumo Crisis, the Great Train Robbery, the satire boom, de Gaulle's veto of Britain's first application to join the EEC, the fall of Macmillan and the unexpected succession to the premiership of Alec Douglas-Home. Then, in 1964, the battle of what Hennessy calls the tweedy aristocrat and the tweedy meritocrat - Harold Wilson, who would end 13 years of Conservative rule and usher in a new era. As in his acclaimed histories of British life in the two previous decades, Never Again and Having it so Good, Peter Hennessy explains the political, economic, cultural and social aspects of a nation with inimitable wit and empathy. No historian knows the by-ways as well the highways of the archives so well, and no one conveys the flavour of the period so engagingly. The early sixties live again in these pages.
📒Winds Of Change ✍ Trystan Owain Hughes
✏Winds of Change Book Summary : In this study, Trystan Owain Hughes examines the position of the Roman Catholic Church in Wales in the period between the formation of the Province of Wales in 1916 and the commencement of the Second Vatican Council in 1962. This study, based on newspapers, archive records and biographical material and written in a lucid and accessible style, is the first major study of the Roman Catholic Church as a social and cultural feature of twentieth-century Wales.