Abe Fortas A Biography by Laura Kalman

Genre :
Editor : Yale University Press
Release : 1990
ISBN-13 : 0300173695
Hardcover : 499 Pages


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Abe S Fish by Jennifer Bryant

Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Editor : Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Release : 2009
ISBN-13 : 1402762526
Hardcover : 40 Pages


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A fictional biography offers a look at the events and moments in young Abe Lincoln's life that shaped the great man and president he would later become, including his special meeting with a soldier from the War of 1812 and the loving home in which he was raised.

Abe Lincoln In Illinois by Robert Emmet Sherwood

Genre : Drama
Editor : Dramatists Play Service Inc
Release : 1966
ISBN-13 : 0822200015
Hardcover : 86 Pages


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THE STORY: The play shows in a series of scenes the critical years of Lincoln's early manhood up to the moment of his election as president. We see the backwoodsman, a failure at shopkeeping, but a great favorite with friends and neighbors, slowly

The Iconoclast by Tobias Harris

Genre : Political Science
Editor : Oxford University Press
Release : 2020-09-04
ISBN-13 : 9781787385122
Hardcover : Pages


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Shinzo Abe entered politics burdened by high expectations: that he would change Japan. In 2007, seemingly overwhelmed, he resigned after only a year as prime minister. Yet, following five years of reinvention, he masterfully regained the premiership in 2012, and now dominates Japanese democracy as no leader has done before. Abe has inspired fierce loyalty among his followers, cowing Japan's left with his ambitious economic program and support for the security and armed forces. He has staked a leadership role for Japan in a region being rapidly transformed by the rise of China and India, while carefully preserving an ironclad relationship with Trump's America. The Iconoclast tells the story of Abe's meteoric rise and stunning fall, his remarkable comeback, and his unlikely emergence as a global statesman laying the groundwork for Japan's survival in a turbulent century.

Abe by David S. Reynolds

Genre : Presidents
Editor : Penguin Press
Release : 2020
ISBN-13 : 159420604X
Hardcover : 960 Pages


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"ABE is a cultural biography of Abraham Lincoln, following Lincoln's monumental life from cradle to grave while weaving a narrative that includes Lincoln's cultural influences and the nation-wide and regional cultural trends and moods and happenings of his day, and how Lincoln both shaped and was shaped by his America. The music, humor, literature, and fashions of the time and their impact on Lincoln's life are explored as well, and analysis of other important figures such as Lincoln's wife, his assassin, his professional partners, etc., also draw on this culturally focused style"--

Old Abe The War Eagle by Richard Zeitlin

Genre : History
Editor : Wisconsin Historical Society
Release : 2013-01-10
ISBN-13 : 9780870206276
Hardcover : 120 Pages


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The story of Old Abe, the bald eagle that became the mascot of the Eighth Regiment of Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. It is also the story of the men among whom Old Abe lived: the farmers, loggers, clerks, and immigrants who flocked to the colors in 1861.

Genre : Gardening
Editor : Mossy Feet Books
Release : 2011-03-16
ISBN-13 : 9781458091475
Hardcover : 36 Pages


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The marigold is one of the most popular flowers found in gardens today. Adaptable to a wide variety of soils and growing conditions, the marigold has earned that popularity. Abe’s Guide to Growing Marigolds contains all the information you will need to successfully grow marigolds from seed to garden beauty. This guide contains descriptions for almost fifty different varieties, as well as sources for the seed to those varieties.

Genre : Political Science
Editor : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2017-07-06
ISBN-13 : 9781351589956
Hardcover : 116 Pages


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With the advent of the second Abe administration, the question of ‘who leads’ in Japan has become much easier to answer - the Prime Minister and his executive office, backed by a substantial policy support apparatus. This rise of the ‘prime ministerial executive’ is therefore one of the most important structural changes in Japan’s political system in the post-war period. This book explains how the prime ministerial executive operates under the Abe administration and how it is contributing to Abe’s unprecedented policymaking authority. It analyses how reform of central government under Prime Ministers Nakasone, Hashimoto and Koizumi has produced the necessary institutional innovations to allow the prime minister to assert a more authoritative policy leadership, turning Japan’s traditional, decentralised and bottom-up politics on its head. Comparing the Westminster and presidential systems of governance and applying them to Japan’s contemporary politics, the book shows that whilst elements of both can be found, neither captures the essence of the transformation involved in the rise of the prime ministerial executive. Providing a thorough analysis of power in Japanese politics, this book will be useful to students and scholars of Japanese Politics, Comparative Politics and Asian Studies.

Abe by Roger Anderson

Genre : Drama
Editor : Samuel French, Inc.
Release : 2009
ISBN-13 : 9780573696442
Hardcover : 88 Pages


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Musical / 16m, 9f "The founding fathers got their own musical with 1776, so why not Abe?" - Playbill.com Abe is a new musical about the early life of Abraham Lincoln. The show explores his youth as a flatboat pilot on the Mississippi, his early love for Ann Rutledge, his troubled marriage to the difficult and mentally fragile Mary Todd, and his attempt to be a good father to his sons. The story follows Abe from his earliest attempts at self-improvement through the 1860 election which made him

Abe In Arms by Pegi Deitz Shea

Genre : Fiction
Editor : PM Press
Release : 2010-06-01
ISBN-13 : 9781604863857
Hardcover : 172 Pages


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Portraying the pressures of teens to live a normal life while facing mental illness, this suspenseful young adult novel follows the journey of success-bound Abe, who struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. A senior in high school, with a loving and wealthy adoptive family, Abe is on track for a big scholarship and an open future. Suddenly, horrific flashbacks rip him back to war-torn Africa, where five years previously he lost his mother, sister, friends, and almost his own life to torturous violence. During therapy, he uncovers even darker moments from his past that make him question how he survived. This action-filled thriller will open the eyes and hearts of teenagers to the lives of young people who have been exposed to profound violence around the world.