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The Us-Japan Relation in Culture and Diplomacy: Japanese Perspective Kazuo Yagami
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ISBN: 9781956073515
The book examines how the United States and Japan, despite their sharp differences in cultural, and historical, and geographical backgrounds, established a bilateral and clear linkage with each other by exploring their encounters with one another over more than one and a half centuries with close focus on culture and diplomacy. The author desires that this examination contributes to an establishment of a better understanding of the relationship between the two nations and aims to clarify stereotyped ideas and misunderstandings that from time to time can lead two nations to a confrontation against each other. Moreover, this study is designed to shed new light on determining twenty-first-c ...
The Volleyball Debate Vinnie Lopes
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ISBN: 9780615838458
It is one of the least known stories, but perhaps the most intriguing and important, in both the history of the Ball State athletics and college volleyball. “The Volleyball Debate” examines the five-year struggle in the 1960s of how Hall of Fame coach Don Shondell and his new Ball State men’s volleyball team overcame resistance for school officials and their athletics director to become one of the first college varsity volleyball teams in the nation. To understand the growth of college volleyball throughout the Midwest and how Ball State became a volleyball powerhouse, it begins with Shondell and these early club-era volleyball teams. In addition, to understand the legacy of Shondell and ...
True North: Tice's Story Mark Leslie
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An action/thriller, True North: Tice’s Story tells the dramatic story of Tice, a 19-year-old, God-fearing slave who escapes from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, swimming across the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people in the Underground Railroad. “Conductors” rush him northeastward, ever northeastward through Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine toward New Brunswick, Canada. Always in pursuit is the ruthless Morgan, his master’s foreman, who even arrives at Portland, Maine, ahead of the runaway. Early on, Tice is given a copy of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress which he carries with him as, one by one, his “conductors” teach him to r ...
Up North Written By Christopher Meads
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A young girl named Jess and her father Russ living in the late 1800's in Minnesota settle on a small piece of land on the rugged banks of Lake Superior. Jess discovers and raises 2 orphaned timber wolf pups while befriending a young Ojibwa boy. Set in a simpler time, Up North is a coming of age story full of excitement and adventure with the beautiful but dangerous north woods as its backdrop. Travel with Jess "Up North" and discover it for yourself. Recommended for ages 6 and up.
Walking in the Founders' Footsteps: Sigma Gamma Rho in Indianapolis 1922 Steve R. Barnett
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Walking in the Founders’ Footsteps: Sigma Gamma Rho in Indianapolis, 1922 offers a rare look into the social and political climate experienced by African-Americans in the “Crossroads of America” during the years following the first World War. At the time Indiana was often referred to as the “most northern Southern state” because its public policies were more like the states of the Deep South than that of its Great Lakes neighbors. In the midst of this climate, on the east side of Indianapolis sat Butler University, named for a local attorney, newspaper publisher, and abolitionist, Ovid Butler. Butler was the driving force behind the school’s values of diversity, inclusivity, and equali ...
Waltz of The Tigers Jerry Kokich
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The four greatest ballerinas of the nineteenth century, on stage together for the first time… and they despise each other. Or do they?
We the Sheepeople Ray Cziczo
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We were a nation born of the people, by the people, and for the people. But our road to freedom was a rocky treacherous path, fraught with obstacles, pitfalls, and detours. Steel is hardened in fire. Soldiers are forged in battle. Leaders are made in crises. Prior to COVID-19, we took all outbreaks of disease seriously but we took them in stride. But something changed, we changed when we were confronted with COVID-19. Draconian measures were forced on our citizens. Neighbors turned against neighbors, family against family. They closed our Churches. Politicians enforced their edicts with Gestapo like tactics. The freedom that patriots fought and died for had been summarily stripped away. ...
When Poets Influenced the World Randy Goss
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This is the paperback version for readers who want something to hold, something personal they can carry and write notes in. It includes some of the information from the websites mentioned in the book to make it easier on the reader. The book takes a backward look at where the influence of poetry began in government and into today. It reveals some of what governmental leaders such as J.F.K said of authors and poetry and their necessary input. From the book, the reader can see the spiritual, the normal and the governmental influence of poetry. It may call the poet back to meaningful writing, more than an emotional experience into truth.
Why Does It Keep Repeating Itself D.C. Fargnoli
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The goal of author D.C. Fargnoli remains for readers to question or relate to, think deeply about the expressed views, thoughts, stances and creative fictional twists of the llllagination in his poems and song lyrics located within Why Does it Keep Repeating Itself. That said D.C. Fargnoli had me up at night contemplating the possibilities behind the content located within this book of poems and poetic lyrics by D.C. Fargnoli. Everything from real world topics, beliefs, science, fictional twists of imagination, supernatural, history and religion can be found within the content of poems and lyrics of Why Does it Keep Repeating Itself. If the goal of D.C. Fargn ...
Will I Ever Hear the Whippoorwills? Dorthea Reeves Perrin
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A heartwarming memoir by Dorthea Reeves Perrin, a 98-year-old first time author, recounting her childhood days growing up in South Mississippi. This is a charming glimpse into the life of a precocious young girl, as she remembers family and friends almost a century later.

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