Bitch That Trump

Author: Dan Michaels
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1838597735
Size: 10,27 MB
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If you hate Americans in general, you’ll love this! If you agree Trump is the real face of America, this book is definitely for you!! If you recognise that anyone who voted for Trump is a deplorable individual, here you’ll find hundreds of examples to support your view.

Trump The Shell Game

Author: Paul K. Schwartz
Editor: Page Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 1662404123
Size: 17,51 MB
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To describe Donald J. Trump as unfit for office is not sufficient unless you can also explain in detail exactly why. That is what this book is intended to do and in great detail as captured in a series of columns written by the author. Paul Schwartz is a political columnist and has focused on the Trump administration and its mismanagement, from Trump’s misunderstanding of import tariffs to his total lack of understanding of how illegal drugs are smuggled into our country across the southern border to his embarrassing July 4 speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial during which he referred to George Washington’s use of air power. If you want to reminisce about Trump’s miscues, this is the book for you. It is a time capsule of that administration from inauguration to impeachment.

Universal Health Care

Author: Claudio ButticË
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144086845X
Size: 11,72 MB
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This accessibly written book explains universal healthcare; the many forms it can take; and the issues, debates, and historical context underpinning the continued struggle for its implementation in the United States. • Explains complex concepts and terms related to healthcare systems and healthcare coverage in simple, easy-to-understand language • Explores key issues and roadblocks to adoption of a universal healthcare system in the United States, including concerns over cost and quality of care • Provides illuminating case studies that use engaging scenarios to highlight how universal healthcare—or the lack thereof—can affect individuals and families • Includes a useful Directory of Resources to guide readers in their search for additional information

The 2016 Us Presidential Election And The Lgbtq Community

Author: Pamela J. Lannutti
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429602936
Size: 14,41 MB
Format: PDF
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In this volume, researchers explore the effects of the 2016 US Presidential Election on the LGBTQ community from a wide variety of disciplines including communication, gender studies, nursing, political science, public health, psychology, cultural analysis, and social work. The research in this volume shows that the election had negative effects on the personal well-being, relationships, and families of LGBTQ people. The research also explains ways in which members of the LGBTQ community reacted to the election with hope, resilience, and positive relational outcomes. Moving topically from a discussion of the election and the LGBTQ community at the system level, the contributors move on to assess the effect of the election at both family level and the individual level as well. Representing qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodological approaches, this interdisciplinary volume will appeal to students and researchers interested in the 2016 US election, and those interested in the impact of politics on marginalized communities more broadly. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of GLBT Family Studies.

Struggling And Dying Under Trumpcare

Author: John Geyman
Editor:
ISBN: 9781938218248
Size: 19,84 MB
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U. S. health care remains in crisis despite the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010. The markers are serious--29 million still uninsured, 85 million underinsured, soaring costs of health care with no containment in sight, and growing numbers of people forgoing medical care and dying preventable deaths. After failing to repeal the ACA, the Trump administration and GOP have sabotaged it in many ways, such as by allowing insurers to deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions. Private health insurers are ripping us off by administrative overhead and profits six or more times the overhead of not-for-profit public Medicare. Incremental approaches toward health care reform will fail. We need real Medicare for All with comprehensive benefits for all U. S. residents. We can afford it through savings of private insurer costs, negotiated drug prices, and progressive taxes whereby 95 percent of Americans will pay less than they do now for insurance and health care. This book charts the way to real reform based on Democratic control of the House and 70 percent of Americans supporting Medicare for All.

Marketing Public Policy

Author: Basskaran Nair
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351362151
Size: 10,47 MB
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Policy analysts and policy planners should start from the premise that obstacles, uncertainties and surprises are important features of policy-making. All public policies should be treated as complex problems, from the outset. Complexity theorists start from the premise that complex policies are ill-defined and ambiguous. There is often little consensus about what the problem is, let alone how to resolve it. Into the complexity of the wicked problem fray, Marketing Public Policy introduces the role of communication scholars and practitioners whose models and practices focus on people, processes, opinions and behaviour as causes of organisational complexity. Communication practice’s role is to provide ideas on how to navigate, diagnose and interpret issues with a view to persuading the public to change its behaviour or opinions. From the case studies presented in this book, we see that despite rationally excellent macro- and micro-planning of policies to win the hearts and minds of citizens, public policies still deteriorate into hurts and minefields. The case studies are drawn from China, Indonesia, India, the USA, the UK and Europe to show that policy-making is always a complex issue in any country, whatever the political structure, whether democracy or communism.

Obamacare Trumpcare Explained

Author: Anant Kumar Tripati
Editor: Sureshot Books Publishing LLC
ISBN: 9781947170070
Size: 11,19 MB
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Williams Obstetrics 25th Edition

Author: Jodi S. Dashe
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1259644332
Size: 12,79 MB
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The world’s premier obstetrics guide–now updated with a greater focus on maternal-fetal medicine The obstetrics text that has defined the discipline for generations of obstetrician-gynecologists is now more timely—and essential—than ever. Written by authors from the nationally known University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Williams Obstetrics maintains its trademark comprehensive coverage and applicability at the bedside, while offering the most current perspective of the field. This landmark text begins with fundamental discussions of reproductive anatomy and physiology. These dovetail into clinical chapters covering obstetrical complications such as preterm labor, pregnancy-related infection, hemorrhage, and hypertension, among others. Representing the culmination of a century of clinical thought, the new Twenty-Fifth Edition is enhanced by more than 1,000 full-color illustrations plus an increased emphasis on the fast-growing subspecialty of maternal-fetal medicine. Features •Entire section on the diagnosis and treatment of fetal disorders, providing deeper insights into fetal complications in utero •Traditional focus on the varied medical and surgical disorders that can complicate pregnancy •1,000 eye-catching illustrations, including updated graphs, sonograms, MRIs, photographs, and photomicrographs •Solid evidence-based approach highlights the scientific underpinnings of clinical obstetrics, with special emphasis on physiological principles •Current professional and academic guidelines are incorporated into the text and appear in easy-to-read tables •Updated with 3,000 new literature citations through 2017 No other text can match the long-established scientific rigor and accessibility of Williams Obstetrics. With its state-of-the-art design and review of the newest advances and protocols, this not-be-missed clinical companion brings positive outcomes within reach.

Adventures In Blogging

Author: Paul Stoller
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1487594925
Size: 16,97 MB
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In this collection of selected blog essays, Stoller models good writing while sharing his insights on politics, higher education, social science, media, and well-being.

Economics In Wonderland

Author: Robert Reich
Editor: Fantagraphics Books
ISBN: 1683960602
Size: 19,87 MB
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Anyone who watches the former U.S. Secretary of Labor and The Daily Show and CNBC commentator's videocasts, viewed on his Inequality Media website, has seen Reich's informal lectures on student debt, social security, and gerrymandering, which he accompanies by quickly drawing cartoons to illustrate his major points. Collected here, for the first time, are short essays, edited from his presentations, and Reich's clean-line, confident illustrations, created with a large sketchpad and magic marker. Economics in Wonderland clearly explains the consequences of the disastrous policies of global austerity with humor, insight, passion, and warmth, all of which are on vivid display in words and pictures.