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Title Traitors Of The American Dream
Author Donald Reaves
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2013-07-19
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 108
ISBN 9781477278239
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traitors of the American Dream has been right on all issue of corruption. Dishonest police in New York cost the taxpayers a billion dollars its happening in cities all over America you do the math. Some politician can only see the way of the curse at the cost of American citizen. Some people on the jury can only see the way of the curse letting child killer go free know matter what the evidence say. A justice system that herd innocent and guilty people like cattle.Poor and middle class have no voice or rights. They caught a big drug dealer who make 60 billion a year. That will help the drug issue in America when big dealers are stop.it will dry the streets out people can clear there heads and save some young people life. Traitors of the American Dream is the answer pass present and future. The issue in my book come true.

Traitors by Gerardo Robledo

Title Traitors
Author Gerardo Robledo
Publisher Palibrio
Release Date 2012-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781463330279
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In his first book published in the United States, Gerardo Robledo presents a dramatic and original story that is sure to raise public consciousness about controversial issues such as the migration of millions of people to developed countries seeking better lives. Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco [Mexico], Gerardo has lived through, firsthand, the experience of being an immigrant in distant lands, when in 1996, he traveled to California [United States] along with his now wife, Leticia Juarez. Together, they have formed a beautiful family with their three sons, Gerardo Jr., Cesar and Santiago. After personally witnessing different cases in which many families suffered from the terrible scourge of separation due to the deportation of one or more family members (spouses, parents, etc.), Gerardo felt the burning resolve to reveal to the world the barbarity of this pressing problem. The legalization of millions of undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States that should not and cannot be ignored any longer. "Traitors" is a heartfelt invitation to unite and to act in the name of the American ideals of justice and freedom. www.facebook.com/traitorsthebook

Title The American Dream in Black and White
Author Jane Flax
Publisher Cornell University Press
Release Date 2018-10-18
Category History
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781501724107
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This is not... the nomination of a justice of the peace to some small county in some small state. This involves the very integrity and fabric of our country."—Senator Orrin G. Hatch The transcripts of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Clarence Thomas are extraordinarily rich and suggestive. Much has been written about the hearings, but until now, no one has paid close attention to the actual language of the participants. Revisiting the words of Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill, Jane Flax asks what we would learn about American politics if these hearings were, literally, our only text. Orrin Hatch's assertion was, indeed, perhaps more insightful than he realized. How does our legal and judicial system operate in the face of sexual issues? Can it ever transcend race and gender? Who was the real victim in these hearings—Hill, Thomas, the Senate, or the viewing public? Who in America has the power to make political meaning? Rather than attempting to establish fact or truth, The American Dream in Black and White looks at the political narrative by which our nation makes sense of itself. The senators' own anxieties about their publicly televised role were evident throughout these hearings. Given our conviction that we are a nation built on freedom and equality, says Flax, the Senate committee had no choice but to confirm Thomas, thereby validating the cherished belief that with virtue and hard work, even a barefoot boy from Pin Point, Georgia, can transform himself into a Supreme Court Justice. To have turned him down would have called into question the very legitimacy of our politics and law. To have sympathized with Anita Hill, seen as having brought "filthy" material into public view, was impossible. Demonstrating the powerful, public role of narrative, The American Dream in Black and White reveals the hearings as a dramatic challenge to the American political system—a system supposed to rise not only above gender and race, but also above any issue of sex, guilt, history, or personal identity. Anita Hill's and Clarence Thomas's conflicting accounts, Flax argues, are a measure of the stories we tell about ourselves. Drawing on feminist, political, and psychoanalytic theory, she shows how these transcripts reveal deep and serious fissures in the psychic fabric of contemporary Americans, black and white, male and female. Identity politics and abstract individualism reflect rather than repair these fissures, and the lingering discomfort with the hearings reflects the necessity of new political theories and practices.

Blackdoomed by S. A. Abakwue

Title Blackdoomed
Author S. A. Abakwue
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2002-03-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9780759661745
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A 14-year-old black boy visits his grandma in Arkansas and is lynched by a hateful group of Klansmen.The killing resurrects the racial question to a global level, pitching the boy's father, a decorated black colonel, against a U.S. president.

God S Traitors by Jessie Childs

Title God s Traitors
Author Jessie Childs
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2014-08-01
Category History
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780199392377
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For many Catholics, the Elizabethan "Golden Age" was an alien concept. Following the criminalization of their religion by Elizabeth I, nearly two hundred Catholics were executed, and many more wasted away in prison during her reign. Torture was used more than at any other time in England's history. While some bowed to the pressure of the government and new church, publicly conforming to acts of Protestant worship, others did not - and quickly found themselves living in a state of siege. Under constant surveillance, haunted by the threat of imprisonment - or worse - the ordinary lives of these so-called recusants became marked by evasion, subterfuge, and constant fear. In God's Traitors, Jessie Childs tells the fascinating story of one Catholic family, the Vauxes of Harrowden Hall, from the foundation of the Church of England in the 1530s to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, and their struggle to keep the faith in Protestant England. Few Elizabethans would have disputed that obedience was a Christian duty, but following the excommunication of Queen Elizabeth by Pope Pius V in 1570 and the growing anti-Catholic sentiment in the decades that followed, it became increasingly difficult for English Catholics to maintain a dual allegiance to their God and their Queen. Childs follows the Vauxes into the heart of the underground Catholic movement, exploring the conflicts of loyalty they faced and the means by which they exerted defiance. Tracing the family's path from staunch loyalty to the Crown, to passive resistance and on to increasing activism, Childs illustrates the pressures and painful choices that confronted the persecuted Catholic community. Though recusants like the Vauxes comprised only a tiny fraction of the Catholic minority in England, they aroused fears in the heart of the commonwealth. Childs shows how "anti-popery" became an ideology and a cultural force, shaping not only the life and policy of Elizabeth I, but also those of her successors. From clandestine chapels and side-street inns to exile communities and the corridors of power, God's Traitors exposes the tensions and insecurities that plagued Catholics living under the rule of Elizabeth I. Above all, it is a timely story of courage and concession, repression and reaction, and the often terrible consequences when religion and politics collide.

The American Dream by Robert H. Fossum

Title The American Dream
Author Robert H. Fossum
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1981
Category American fiction
Total Pages 44
ISBN STANFORD:36105016511953
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title City Schools and the American Dream
Author Pedro Noguera
Publisher Teachers College Press
Release Date 2015-04-29
Category Education
Total Pages 189
ISBN 9780807774007
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What will it take for urban schools to achieve the kind of academic performance required by new state and national educational standards? How can classroom teachers in city schools help to close the achievement gap? What can restore public confidence in public schools? Pedro Noguera argues that higher standards and more tests, by themselves, will not make low-income urban students any smarter and the schools they attend more successful without substantial investment in the communities in which they live. Drawing on extensive research performed in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, and Richmond, Noguera demonstrates how school and student achievement is influenced by social forces such as demographic change, poverty, drug trafficking, violence, and social inequity. Readers get a detailed glimpse into the lives of teachers and students working "against the odds" to succeed. Noguera sends a strong message to those who would have urban schools “shape up or shut down”: invest in the future of these students and schools, and we can reach the kind of achievement and success that typify only more privileged communities. Public schools are the last best hope for many poor families living in cities across the nation. Noguera gives politicians, policymakers, and the public its own standard to achieve—provide the basic economic and social support so that teachers and students can get the job done! “In this engaging book, Pedro Noguera provides a compelling vision of the problems plaguing urban schools and how to address them. City Schools and the American Dream is replete with insights from a scholar and former activist who makes great use of both personal and professional experiences.” —William Julius Wilson, Harvard University

The American Dream by Time-Life Books

Title The American Dream
Author Time-Life Books
Publisher Time Life Medical
Release Date 1999-05
Category Popular culture
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0737002018
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Examines the politics, suburbia, automobiles, art and entertainment, cold war, television, and sports of the 1950s.

Title The United States Vietnam and Our Abusers Monsters Traitors
Author Charlie Alongi
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2010-07-12
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 391
ISBN 9781453522530
Language English, Spanish, and French
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These monsters were also traitors that caused American soldiers to be tortured and killed. The answer to the Americas oil crises was a cover-up by the U.S. government in 1973 and is still a secret today. The oil is still untapped today. The U.S. government knows where the largest untapped oil field in the world is and kept it a secret till today. Once you start, you will not be able to put this book down. Learn the unspeakable truth. At times, this book will scare you, then make you laugh, then amaze you and also make you cry. Last entry is my trip back to Vietnam on December of 2009. I tell you about Vietnam today."

Title Traitors to the Masculine Cause
Author Sylvia Strauss
Publisher Praeger
Release Date 1982
Category Social Science
Total Pages 290
ISBN UVA:X000403415
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The American Dream
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1976
Category United States
Total Pages 832
ISBN WISC:89058351552
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"American history and illustrations from the Colonial Period through the Nixon presidency and Watergate." --

Title American Dreams American Nightmares
Author David Madden
Publisher Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press
Release Date 1970
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 229
ISBN UOM:39015066082572
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The pursuit of the American Dream, supposedly shaped by the edenic promises of the American land, has engaged our writers from the beginning, and much of our literature has come out of the national literary experience thus expressed. This collection of nineteen original, unpublished essays written for this book is particularly relevant today, when our col­lective field of vision seems obscured, and when the American Dream seems to have become a cliché, symbolic of the Dream defunct. The nineteen critics here presented include, among others, Leslie Fiedler, Oscar Cargill, Maxwell Geismar, Jules Chametzky, Louis Filler, and Ihab Hassan. Most of them seem to agree with the view expressed by the majority of our best creative writers: that in pursuing the American Dream, America has created a nightmare. Taken together, the nineteen essays provide a comprehensive view of American literature, past and present, as it has dealt with the Dream; but the emphasis is on modern works and present social, cultural, and political problems—poverty, war, and racism. Ten of the essays focus on such key works as Herman Melville’s “The Two Temples,” F. Scott Fitz­gerald’s The Great Gatsby, William Faulkner’s “The Bear,” Thomas Wolfe’s You Can’t Go Home Again, Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, and Norman Mailer’s Why Are We in Vietnam?

Title Re manufacturing the American Dream
Author D. J. Ogden
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1994
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 253
ISBN IND:30000050916125
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Black Man and the American Dream
Author Charles Winick
Publisher Times Books
Release Date 1971
Category African Americans.
Total Pages 373
ISBN UOM:39015033922579
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Traitors by John Briley

Title The Traitors
Author John Briley
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1969
Category Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Total Pages 441
ISBN UOM:39015003973123
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Death and the American Dream
Author Daniel Cano
Publisher Bilingual Press
Release Date 2009
Category Fiction
Total Pages 232
ISBN UOM:39015080898987
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fiction. Latino/Latina Studies. The year is 1915. Although he lacks newspaper experience, Mexican emigrant Pepe Rios lands a job as a Spanish-language reporter in Los Angeles, thanks to the wealthy husband of a former lover. While most newcomers end up working in the fields, Pepe is thrust into a new milieu rife with political unrest. Robber barons, anarchists, and communists struggle with one another, and the news is filled with the exploits of Hearst, Darrow, Flores Magon, and Zapata. Awash in political intrigue and high society, Pepe attempts to uncover the truth about his best friend's death, but his quest for truth just might unravel his new life and force him to face an uncomfortable realization about his past. The author peppers this tantalizing and suspenseful novel with Pepe's journal entries, giving the character depth and dimension as he describes his former life in Mexico and his dreams for the future.

The American Dream by Joseph Buell Ely

Title The American Dream
Author Joseph Buell Ely
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1944
Category United States
Total Pages 240
ISBN UOM:39015001999906
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traitors by Richard T. Sale

Title Traitors
Author Richard T. Sale
Publisher Berkley Publishing Group
Release Date 2003
Category History
Total Pages 309
ISBN UOM:39015058101091
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An award-winning journalist provides a close-up look at treason in America, profiling the spies, saboteurs, and others who betrayed the United States and placed its citizens at risk, from Revolutionary War traitor Benedict Arnold to Robert Hanssen, the FBI agent who sold information to the KGB for more than twenty years. Original.

Title What Happened to My American Dream
Author Stefan Adam
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2007-04
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1425746373
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For millions of people seeking better lives, the ideal we call "The American Dream" continues to be the ultimate goal. At an early age, author Stefan Adam longed for freedom in America, far away from the crushing rule of communism in his native Romania. After years of struggle and sacrifice, Stefan realized his dream of coming to America and building that dream. This true story unfolds, through good times and bad, with insightful observation of American society and a never-ending desire to understand what makes it great...its people, culture and politics. The story begins on the shores of Romania's Black Sea where 12-year-old Stefan first dreams of finding freedom and a better life in America, far away from the dark clutches of communism. Years later, that dream blossoms, along with Stefan's love for his high school sweetheart and future wife, Michaela. Together they embark on a journey to make their American Dream come true, and after years of hard work that dream comes into a full blossom. Readers who come along for the ride will experience the wonder and awe of discovering America through their eyes. But as time goes by, the promise of that dream begins to fade. Could it be that corporate greed and political arrogance were eroding the foundation on which this great nation was built? Is this another Roman Empire...a great civilization doomed to fall under the weight of its own power, greed and corruption? Their struggles exemplify what it means to fight for freedoms that are so often taken for granted and never to give up hope because, in the end, it is not just the story of Stefan and Michaela's American Dream. It's everyone's American Dream to nurture and protect. What Happened To My American Dream? is a very personal story of hopes and dreams and what happens when those dreams are threatened. Told in a straightforward, conversational style, is a touching tale that anyone who has ever longed for a better life will easily relate to. It is written by an ordinary citizen who came to this country under extraordinary circumstances. What Happened To My American Dream? serves as a reminder that safeguarding the American Dream is the responsibility of everyone who has the privilege of calling this great country home.

The Trouble With Americans by Alexander Campbell

Title The Trouble with Americans
Author Alexander Campbell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1971
Category United States
Total Pages 215
ISBN UOM:39015030415676
Language English, Spanish, and French
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