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Over the last four decades the public trust in government in the United States has fallen dramatically due to a 'perfect storm' of contributing factors, such as a seemingly never ending string of political scandals, partisan polarization and toxic attack politics, and miserable failures to respond to natural disasters or the devastation of the Great Recession. This book contains the academic presentations that were made at the Symposium on Advancing Excellence and Public Trust in Government that was held at the National Press Club in Washington D.­C. on September 17, 2007. In particular, the Symposium focused upon how improving transparency in governmental operations could be used to assuage some of the popular doubts about and hostility toward America's governments. There was certainly a very broad consensus at the Symposium that transparency in government is extremely desirable, needs to be improved, will bring reform and improvement to the public sector, and should make a major . . .

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Bat-­21 is the minute-­by-­minute re-­creation of Air Force Lt. Colonel Iceal Hambleton's 12-­day entrapment in the enemy-­infested jungle of Vietnam.

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Bat-­21 is the minute-­by-­minute re-­creation of Air Force Lt. Colonel Iceal Hambleton's 12-­day entrapment in the enemy-­infested jungle of Vietnam.

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This volume provides a comprehensive, broad-­based overview, including first-­person accounts, of the development and conduct of archaeology in the Southeast over the past three decades. Histories of Southeastern Archaeology originated as a symposium at the 1999 Southeastern Archaeological Conference (SEAC) organized in honor of the retirement of Charles H. McNutt following 30 years of teaching anthropology. Written for the most part by members of the first post-­depression generation of southeastern archaeologists, this volume offers a window not only into the archaeological past of the United States but also into the hopes and despairs of archaeologists who worked to write that unrecorded history or to test scientific theories concerning culture. The contributors take different approaches, each guided by experience, personality, and location, as well as by the legislation that shaped the practical conduct of archaeology in their area. Despite the state-­by-­state approach, there are . . .

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Bat-­21 is the minute-­by-­minute re-­creation of Air Force Lt. Colonel Iceal Hambleton's 12-­day entrapment in the enemy-­infested jungle of Vietnam.

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Author: Anderson, William C.­Publisher: The Yale Law JournalYear published: 1894Book contributor: JSTORLanguage: en0 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Author: Anderson, William C.­Publisher: The Yale Law JournalYear published: 1894Book contributor: JSTORLanguage: en2 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Bat-­21 is the minute-­by-­minute re-­creation of Air Force Lt. Colonel Iceal Hambleton's 12-­day entrapment in the enemy-­infested jungle of Vietnam.

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Five short novels by five masters of military science fiction. It’s a war out there. In these pulse-­pounding tales, the best (or worst) soldiers in the galaxy are pitted against powerful aliens on distant battlefields. Never before published stories about monsters, deadly combat tech, treachery, and honor: LEGIO PATRIA NOSTRA—by William C. Dietz. The insectoid Ramanthians have occupied Earth, and the Confederacy of Sentient Beings needs assistance from the xenophobic Hudathans in order to survive. But some Hudathan relics have been stolen, and the Hudathans won't join the Confederacy unless Legion Captain Deacon Smith can get them back. And that's going to be difficult because the thieves are ex-­legionnaires—and they have a platoon of heavily armed cyborgs! A Legion of the Damned® story. PRISONER OF WAR—by Kevin J. Anderson. Set in the world of Harlan Ellison’s classic Outer Limits episode “Soldier, ” this is a tale about a set of warriors in a never-­ending future war, men bred . . .

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The True Story of Love and Marriage, Death and Flypaper

The woman believed to be America's first female serial killer came of age in the unlikely setting of rural Idaho. Just as unlikely was the method she devised to dispatch her victims.

Even then she could have gone scot-­free had it not been for the dogged persistence of the deputy sheriff of Twin Falls, Idaho. Armed with little more than suspicion, he unearthed (literally) the evidence, then set off on a search that included a dozen states, plus Mexico and Hawaii.

Her conviction, after a long trial, did not end the story: She escaped from prison by compromising a trusty, and enjoyed a year and a half of freedom, during which time she continued to attract men and marry them. When she was finally returned to prison, she accumulated name was Lyda Trueblood-­Dooley-­McHaffie-­Lewis-­Meyer-­Southard-­Whitlock-­Shaw. The newspapers of that day had their own names for her, such as "Lady Bluebeard" and "Lethal Lyda.­"

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The True Story of Love and Marriage, Death and Flypaper

The woman believed to be America's first female serial killer came of age in the unlikely setting of rural Idaho. Just as unlikely was the method she devised to dispatch her victims.

Even then she could have gone scot-­free had it not been for the dogged persistence of the deputy sheriff of Twin Falls, Idaho. Armed with little more than suspicion, he unearthed (literally) the evidence, then set off on a search that included a dozen states, plus Mexico and Hawaii.

Her conviction, after a long trial, did not end the story: She escaped from prison by compromising a trusty, and enjoyed a year and a half of freedom, during which time she continued to attract men and marry them. When she was finally returned to prison, she accumulated name was Lyda Trueblood-­Dooley-­McHaffie-­Lewis-­Meyer-­Southard-­Whitlock-­Shaw. The newspapers of that day had their own names for her, such as "Lady Bluebeard" and "Lethal Lyda.­"

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KEY BENEFIT: For over 30 years, this text has provided
students with the information they need to understand and apply
multivariate data analysis. Hair, et. al provides an
applications-­oriented introduction to multivariate analysis for the
non-­statistician. By reducing heavy statistical research into
fundamental concepts, the text explains to students how to
understand and make use of the results of specific statistical
techniques. In this seventh revision, the organization of the
chapters has been greatly simplified. New chapters have been added
on structural equations modeling, and all sections have been
updated to reflect advances in technology, capability, and
mathematical techniques.
KEY TOPICS: Preparing For a MV Analysis; Dependence
Techniques; Interdependence Techniques; Moving Beyond the Basic
Techniques
MARKET: Statistics and statistical research can
provide managers with invaluable data. This textbook teaches them
the different kinds of analysis that can be done and . . .

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In The Human Tradition in the New South, historian James C. Klotter brings together twelve biographical essays that explore the region's political, economic, and social development since the Civil War. Like all books in this series, these essays chronicle the lives of ordinary Americans whose lives and contributions help to highlight the great transformations that occurred in the South. With profiles ranging from Winnie Davis to Dizzy Dean, from Ralph David Abernathy to Harland Sanders, The Human Tradition in the New South brings to life this dynamic and vibrant region and is an excellent resource for courses in Southern history, race relations, social history, and the American history survey.

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