Author : Sarah Pruitt
Genre : History
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 9781493030613
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A front row seat to the breaking news, photos and hype surrounding history's most mysterious disappearances. Breaking History books offer a front row seat to history as it broke (like “breaking news”) and give the blow-by-blow of historical discovery—what we learned, when we learned it, who made the discovery, and how. Vanished! is an illustrated tour of history’s most confounding cases of disappearance from Amelia Earhart to Jimmy Hoffa; DB Cooper; Alcatraz escapists Frank Morris, John Anglin, and Clarence Algin; Jim Thompson; Judge Joseph Force Crater; and more. Starting with the first 30 days surrounding each incident, and then looking at efforts up to this very day to solve each case, this book covers in photos and text history’s most perplexing vanishings.

Author : Don Rauf
Genre : History
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 9781493033973
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Breaking History books offer a front row seat to history as it broke (like “breaking news”) and give the blow-by-blow of historical discovery—what we learned, when we learned it, who made the discovery, and how. Lost America is an illustrated look at fascinating places in the United States that have existed only in myth and have never been found, those that were abandoned and why, and those that were lost to social upheaval or natural disaster. The book reviews the history behind these places—how they began, how long they endured, why they were lost, and how many have been rediscovered. Included are accounts of the mysterious disappearance of the Anasazi from the Southwest, the abandonment of the Roanoke Colony in 1590, the environmental disaster that caused the population of Centralia, Pennsylvania to evacuate the town in the 1980s, and the nearly-intact ghost town of Bodie, California. The book also includes places that were thought to exist, but did not--or not yet, anyway: legendary Norse settlements, lost cities of gold, and The Fountain of Youth.

Author : Milkyway Media
Genre : Study Aids
Publisher : Milkyway Media
ISBN :
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Buy now to get the main key ideas from Jared Kushner’s Breaking History As senior adviser - and son-in-law - Jared Kushner had the ultimate insider’s view of the Donald Trump presidency. In Breaking History (2022), Kushner details his experiences, providing a rosy account of Trump’s administration from his perspective as a Trump loyalist. Kushner sees himself as a businessman with no political aspirations who accomplished great things when history unexpectedly called on him.

Author : Everest Media,
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Everest Media LLC
ISBN : 9798350000597
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I was walking from my apartment to the subway station in Lower Manhattan to go to work at the DA’s office when my father called to tell me that he had been arrested. #2 I was the head of the prosecutor’s office in New Jersey. I helped my father, who had been a major supporter of my Democratic rivals in that state. I had to help my mother, who was the sweetest person I knew, and my two sisters and brother, who were all very important to me.

Author : Fred Van Lente
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher : Valiant Entertainment
ISBN : 9781939346834
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A little confused by time travel? DonÕt worry, these guys donÕt really understand it either. So theyÕre BREAKING HISTORY! With the universe on the brink of destruction, Ivar must turn to his closest relatives Ð Armstrong and Gilad Anni-Padda Ð to save Neela Sethi from the machinations of the Prometheans! The problem? These three guys couldnÕt be further apart. Time doesnÕt heal all wounds as the assault on Oblivi-1 begins! Join New York Times best-selling writer Fred Van Lente (ARCHER & ARMSTRONG) and rising star Francis Portela (Green Lantern Corps) as they kick off the next volume of the series that io9 calls Òimpressively shocking!Ó

Author : Fred Van Lente
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher : Valiant Entertainment
ISBN : 9781682150900
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A little confused by time travel? Don?t worry, these guys don?t really understand it either. So they?re BREAKING HISTORY! With the universe on the brink of destruction, Ivar must turn to his closest relatives ? Armstrong and Gilad Anni-Padda ? to save Neela Sethi from the machinations of the Prometheans! The problem? These three guys couldn?t be further apart. Time doesn?t heal all wounds as the assault on Oblivi-1 begins! Join New York Times best-selling writer Fred Van Lente (ARCHER & ARMSTRONG) and rising star Francis Portela (Green Lantern Corps) as they kick off the next volume of the series that io9 calls ?impressively shocking!? Collecting?IVAR, TIMEWALKER #5?8.

Author : Kelli María Korducki
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Coach House Books
ISBN : 9781770565265
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From Jane Austen to Taylor Swift, a look at the surprising politics of romantic love and its dissolution. Whatever the underlying motives – be they love, financial security, or mere masochism – the fact is that getting involved in a romantic partnership is emotionally, morally, and even politically fraught. In Hard To Do, Kelli María Korducki turns a Marxist lens on the relatively short history of romantic partnership, tracing how the socio-economic dynamics between men and women have transformed the ways women conceive of domestic partnership. With perceptive, reported insights on the ways marriage and divorce are legislated, the rituals of twentieth-century courtship, and contemporary practices for calling it off, Korducki reveals that, for all women, choosing to end a relationship is a radical action with very limited cultural precedent.

Author : Robé, Chris
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : PM Press
ISBN : 9781629633312
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Breaking the Spell offers the first full-length study that charts the historical trajectory of anarchist-inflected video activism from the late 1960s to the present. Two predominant trends emerge from this social movement-based video activism: 1) anarchist-inflected processes increasingly structure its production, distribution, and exhibition practices; and 2) video does not simply represent collective actions and events, but also serves as a form of activist practice in and of itself from the moment of recording to its later distribution and exhibition. Video plays an increasingly important role among activists in the growing global resistance against neoliberal capitalism. As various radical theorists have pointed out, subjectivity itself becomes a key terrain of struggle as capitalism increasingly structures and mines it through social media sites, cell phone technology, and new “flexible” work and living patterns. As a result, alternative media production becomes a central location where new collective forms of subjectivity can be created to challenge aspects of neoliberalism. Chris Robé’s book fills in historical gaps by bringing to light unexplored video activist groups like the Cascadia Forest Defenders, eco-video activists from Eugene, Oregon; Mobile Voices, Latino day laborers harnessing cell phone technology to combat racism and police harassment in Los Angeles; and Outta Your Backpack Media, indigenous youth from the Southwest who use video to celebrate their culture and fight against marginalization. This groundbreaking study also deepens our understanding of more well-researched movements like AIDS video activism, Paper Tiger Television, and Indymedia by situating them within a longer history and wider context of radical video activism.

Author : Carrie E. Cope
Genre : Law
Publisher : LexisNexis
ISBN : 9781663343598
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The publication provides unique and indispensable guidance to all in the insurance industry, other businesses and their counsel in identifying and understanding the risks -- notably including cyber risks -- they face by using social media in the business world and mitigating those risks through a compilation of best practices by industry experts and rulings by courts and regulatory authorities. It features analyses of pertinent policies, statutes, and cases. A few of the Highlights in the 2022-2023 Edition include: • Discussion of developing litigation against social media companies for censoring of online postings. • Discussion of developing litigation against social media companies for censoring of online postings. • Discussion of how informal social media discovery is the new norm and may also be a dereliction of an attorney’s duty if an attorney fails to perform social media searches. • Discussion of recent developments in underwriting for cyber and social media risks. • Analysis of recent case law addressing insurers’ utilization of price optimization. • Analysis of recent case law concerning liability in connection with the use of social media. • Discussion of the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act, which brings in sweeping changes to the federal legal landscape regarding cybersecurity and cyber incident response within critical infrastructure sectors. • Assessing the impact of Artificial Intelligence risks on the insurance industry. • Examining developments in emerging technologies, including virtual reality and augmented reality, and their impact on insurance. • Discussion of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission and the “CSC 2.0 Project.” • Discussion of anticipated changes to the National Labor Relations Board’s policies for employers’ work rules concerning employee use of social media.

Author : William Lucas
Genre : History
Publisher : Balboa Press
ISBN : 9781982218010
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Most of the researchers, archaeologists, anthropologists, and many more who have appeared on the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens have admitted their belief that extraterrestrials created humanity. And those creators were none other than the Anunnaki (those who came from heaven) of the Sumerians. Why has no one realized the Anunnaki needed someone to create bodies for them? It is obvious they couldn’t use the bodies they used on higher worlds on our earth. People don’t realize the Sumerians were just as much in the dark as people of today are. The Anunnaki came to our planet over two hundred thousand years before the Sumerians’ time, and those Anunnaki are the same beings that the Western world’s Bible calls sons of God, in Genesis 6:4, where it’s stated that the sons of God gave children to the daughters of men. The Urantia Book claims that surgeons from a higher universe came to our planet and took genes from the most advanced humans and, with bioengineering, created bodies for those sons of God in Genesis 6:4. This is where all the confusion originates. Instead of the Anunnaki creating the humans, humans’ bodies were created for the Anunnaki. They came to help civilize humanity. There were one hundred of these sons of God that came—fifty men and fifty women. The Bible often calls both men and women sons of God; there’s no distinction, Hebrew 12:6-7. This happened during the time of Lucifer’s rebellion. Sixty of the sons of God rebelled along with Lucifer; they are the ones that had children by humans with bodies made of human genes. In the book of Enoch, they are referred to as Watchers and fallen angels, emphasizing that they were from higher worlds or heaven.