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|Author||: Daily Show Writers,Daily Show Writers Staff,Rich Blomquist,Writers Of the Daily Show The|
|Editor||: Grand Central Pub|
The host of the award-winning humorous news program offers tongue-in-cheek insight into American democracy with coverage of such topics as the republican qualities of ancient Rome, the antics of our nation's founders, and the ludicrous nature of today's media.
|Author||: Howard Stern|
|Editor||: It Books|
Now with more than forty pictures of naked breasts, Howard Stern's Miss America offers remarkable revelations about: Howard's secret meeting with Michael Jackson! The Stern family pact with Adolf Hitler! Howard's never-before-revealed mental illness! With chapters on Howard's ongoing battle with the FCC and his legendary campaign for governor of the state of New York, Miss America covers some of the greatest news stories of recent history—from the Atlantic City penis sandwich to an exclusive with Jackie O's embalming-fluid delivery boy and of course, Philadelphia's own fecal-obsessed Uncle Ed.
|Author||: Dana Medoro|
Working from the premise that the Puritan construction of America as a return to Eden endures into American literature of the 20th century, Medoro focuses on the rhetoric of cyclical regeneration, blood, and damnation that accompanies this construction. She argues that a semiotics of menstruation infuses this rhetoric and informs the figuration of a feminine America in the nation's literary tradition: America, as a New World Eden, is haunted not only by the Fall, but also by the "Curse of Eve." The book examines how 9 novels by Pynchon, Faulkner, and Morrison link variations on the figure of the menstruating woman to the bloody history of the United States and to a vision of the nation's redemptive promise.
|Author||: Thomas Andrew Bailey|
A narrative account of the major social, political, and economic events of American history, incorporating and constructed around the slogans, popular images, catchwords, mottoes, caricatures, lyrics, and sayings that colored and gave focus to those event
|Author||: Elizabeth Tilton|
The Woman's National Committee for Law Enforcement is to work for enforcement of all law with special stress, at present, on the Prohibition Law, the front to-day where the battle against lawlessness has to be fought.
|Author||: Geological Society of America|
|Author||: Irving Lowens|
|Editor||: Brooklyn : Institute for Studies in American Music, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York|
|Author||: Katherine Amelia Siobhan Sibley|
The most detailed study of Soviet military-industrial espionage during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s--spying aimed specifically at acquiring restricted information and materials relating to American industry, technology, and science.
|Author||: Mozella G. Mitchell|
|Editor||: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated|
Using the life of one African American family, headed by the Reverend Jack Graham, as a point of departure, this book provides a historical-cultural examination of the blend of African and American traditions among Black People in the area surrounding Meridian in east central Mississippi. Beginning with a brief history of Meridian, its character and make-up, the work focuses on the religious and social development of African Americans from the period just prior to the Civil War up through the turbulent period of the 1960s, and reflects on the current religio-social climate.