For A Song S Sake And Other Stories

Author: Philip Bourke Marston
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Communist Tactics In Controlling Youth Organizations

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Artbyte

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The magazine of digital arts.

The Youth S Companion

Author: Nathaniel Willis
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Includes music.

Analog Science Fiction Science Fact

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Fascism An Introductory Perspective

Author: Otis C. Mitchell
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The Unitarian Review

Author: Charles Lowe
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The Unitarian Review

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God S Internationalists

Author: David P. King
Editor: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812250966
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Over the past seventy years, World Vision has grown from a small missionary agency to the largest Christian humanitarian organization in the world, with 40,000 employees, offices in nearly one hundred countries, and an annual budget of over $2 billion. While founder Bob Pierce was an evangelist with street smarts, the most recent World Vision U.S. presidents move with ease between megachurches, the boardrooms of Fortune 500 companies, and the corridors of Capitol Hill. Though the organization has remained decidedly Christian, it has earned the reputation as an elite international nongovernmental organization managed efficiently by professional experts fluent in the language of both marketing and development. God's Internationalists is the first comprehensive study of World Vision—or any such religious humanitarian agency. In chronicling the organization's transformation from 1950 to the present, David P. King approaches World Vision as a lens through which to explore shifts within post-World War II American evangelicalism as well as the complexities of faith-based humanitarianism. Chronicling the evolution of World Vision's practices, theology, rhetoric, and organizational structure, King demonstrates how the organization rearticulated and retained its Christian identity even as it expanded beyond a narrow American evangelical subculture. King's pairing of American evangelicals' interactions abroad with their own evolving identity at home reframes the traditional narrative of modern American evangelicalism while also providing the historical context for the current explosion of evangelical interest in global social engagement. By examining these patterns of change, God's Internationalists offers a distinctive angle on the history of religious humanitarianism.

Music Journal

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The Beat

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Batman

Author: John Shirley
Editor: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0345479440
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Batman takes on a psychotic mastermind called White Eyes, who plans to use a host of deadly new weapons, along with his allies, Gotham's racist Bavarian Brotherhood, to engineer the white supremacist takeover of America.

A Kut

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Australian Youth

Author: Pam Nilan
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Intended for courses in Youth Studies found in Sociology, Social Work, Social Welfare, Adolescent Social Psychology and Secondary Education Departments. This text is about young Australians in the 21st Century. It takes a sociological lens to the youth phenomena across a broad range of themes and topics, focusing on youth as they interact in their communities. Young people are viewed living and interacting with their families, age peers, friends and lovers in their local and virtual communities. The text emphasises the different experiences of specific cohorts of youth interacting with education, the labour force and a range of social institutions. Cultural practices of youth, including the consumption and creative use of popular culture, are considered. Australian Youth takes the view that young Australians in the 21st century face different challenges to previous generations, and are actively devising new ways of managing risk and social complexity.

The Canadian Monthly And National Review

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The Canadian Monthly And National Review

Author: Graeme Mercer Adam
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Processed World

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Science Fiction Fantasy Book Review Annual

Author: Robert A. Collins
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Kirkus Reviews

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Adult books are categorized by genre (i.e., fiction, mystery, science fiction, nonfiction). Along with bibliographic information, the expected date of publication and the names of literary agents for individual titles are provided. Starred reviews serve several functions: In the adult section, they mark potential bestsellers, major promotions, book club selections, and just very good books; in the children's section, they denote books of very high quality. The unsigned reviews manage to be discerning and sometimes quite critical.