2 edition of S. Schlesinger. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||Talphir, Gabriel, d. 1989.|
|LC Classifications||ND979.S43 A4 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||he 68003093|
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George N Schlesinger (Nov 7, – J ) was a philosopher, rabbi, and author. He made major contributions in the areas of philosophy of religion, and philosophy of science. He taught and conducted research as a professor of philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, from to , and as a visiting professor at several other universities. — Jill Schlesinger (@jillonmoney) December 9, Albert “Big Al” Schlesinger was the president of Lubin & Schlesinger, a New York-based investment firm. He spent his career as a trader, specialist, and board member of the American Stock Exchange. His wife of over five decades worked in real estate.
Historian Arthur Schlesinger Dies Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. died of a heart attack Wednesday night. He was Schlesinger's books included Robert Kennedy and His. REVIEWS OF ARTHUR M. SCHLESINGER JR.'S EARLIER BOOKS: 'Orestes A. Brownson, A Pilgrim's Progress,' reviewed by Henry Steele Commager () "Mr. Schlesinger's study of Brownson is a masterly one. It has technical brilliance -- a sure control of materials, an affective handling of background, a skillful use of colors an a certain bravura of execution.
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Schlesinger’s major historical work was The Age of Roosevelt, whose three separate volumes were entitled The Crisis of the Old Order, – (), The Coming of the New Deal (), and The Politics of Upheaval (). In these books he described and narrated President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal from a sympathetic standpoint.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin is remembered for its vivid depiction of the horrors of slavery—and often misremembered, because so many images derive from the stage versions rather than from the novel itself. Uncle Tom’s Cabin is far more than the sentimental melodrama of “the Tom shows.” It is a wonderfully shrewd and nuanced panorama of American life in the decade before the Civil.
Schlesinger being at odds with Ted Sorensen and Dean Rush. The Kennedy White House was no harmonious intellectual round table. It would have been interesting to know how so many brilliant people in the Kennedy administration got the Bay of Pigs so wrong.
The one flaw int he book is the lack of depth on Schlesinger's view of s: Michael Schlesinger, J.D., LL.M., is an attorney who practices in New York with more than 40 years of tax practice experience.
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Schlesinger wrote the book out of two concerns: first, that the US Presidency was out of control and second, that the.
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Reference & Research Book News, October "[The third edition of] the now classic text by Bill Schlesinger not only updates, but expands upon the earlier editions. This is a must read, ‘one stop shop’ for a basic, yet detailed text on contemporary biogeochemical cycles, writ large.
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"Robert Schlesinger's White House Ghosts is a welcome addition to the literature on presidents. His book not only adds a significant dimension to our understanding of how presidential speeches were constructed but also deepens our knowledge of the way in which major policies were developed.
Schlesinger has given us an altogether delightful and Reviews: A Life in the Twentieth Century: Innocent Beginnings, Arthur M.
Schlesinger Jr. $ - $ Arthur Meier Schlesinger Jr. was born on Octoin Columbus, Ohio, with the name Arthur Bancroft Schlesinger, later changed by dropping his mother's maiden name and taking his father's full name.
Schlesinger's father was one of the leading historians of the s and s. Schlesinger told Ford the first strike was carried out, but Ford later learned that Schlesinger, who disagreed with the order, had none of them carried out. According to Bob Woodward's book, Shadow, Ford let the incident go, but when Schlesinger committed further insubordination on other matters, Ford finally fired him.
Woodward observes. Biography. Peter Schlesinger was an year-old student at UCLA when he met the then year-old artist David Hockney, who was teaching a summer class at the began a long affair; Schlesinger relocated with Hockney to London, where he subsequently undertook to study at the Slade School of Art.
Whilst in a relationship with Hockney, he was often the artist's. The book is illustrated with several black and white photographs, including childhood and wedding photos. Schlesinger was married for 70 years to Alice Teweles, a book illustrator and portrait artist who died in Several of Mrs.
Schlesinger’s paintings are displayed on the Saint Mary’s campus. Taken as a body of work, Schlesinger's creative output was astounding.
In Fountains of Wayne, he and Collingwood gave voice to middle-class strivers, frustrated ad salesmen, worried commuters and.Schlesinger was a well-known historian, social critic and prominent Democrat, and served as Special Assistant to President Kennedy.
In all, he authored nearly three-dozen books. Schlesinger’s “The Age of Jackson” is an American classic and it4/5(43).Click on book cover to link to a description on the HOLLIS catalog and to request the book to read in the Schlesinger Reading Room.
In an information world dominated by the digital, the Schlesinger’s books and published materials department primarily acquires books, pamphlets, media, and realia (both new titles and antiquarian) in analog form.