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Domestic Policy and Ideology: Presidents and the American State, 1964-1987
17 August 2010

Domestic Policy and Ideology: Presidents and the American State, 1964-1987
Domestic Policy and Ideology: Presidents and the American State, 1964-1987
Cambridge University Press 1989 | 236 | ISBN: 052132033X | PDF | 1 Mb
The presidential leadership in America can and does make a great deal of difference as to what is debated and eventually legislated. At the same time presidents are obviously constrained by what is always a complex and difficult political environment. This study examines the interaction between presidential policy preferences and the political environment, concentrating on welfare and urban policy and intergovernmental relations under Johnson, Nixon, Carter, and Reagan. The author traces the origins of domestic initiatives, assesses the intellectual coherence of policies, and examines the way in which the four presidents adapted their strategies according to the fortunes and experience of implementing policies. He measures the independent influence of the White House on policy and draws conclusions for theories of American political development, in particular for the opportunities and constraints provided by the fragmentation of the New Deal political regime. ...
History Channel – The Presidents : Washington to Monroe (2009) TVRip x264
31 October 2010

History Channel – The Presidents : Washington to Monroe (2009) TVRip x264

History Channel – The Presidents : Washington to Monroe (2009) TVRip x264
English | 44 Min | 640 x 480 | x264 - 128Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 - 113Kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Documentary

THE PRESIDENTS is an unprecedented eight-part survey of the personal lives and legacies of the remarkable men who have presided over the Oval Office. From George Washington to George W. Bush, THE PRESIDENTS gathers together vivid snapshots of all 43 Commanders in Chief who have guided America throughout its history.
History Channel – The Presidents : John Q.Adams to Polk (2009) TVRip x264
31 October 2010


History Channel – The Presidents : John Q.Adams to Polk (2009) TVRip x264

History Channel – The Presidents : John Q.Adams to Polk (2009) TVRip x264
English | 44 Min | 640 x 480 | x264 - 128Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 - 113Kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Documentary

THE PRESIDENTS is an unprecedented eight-part survey of the personal lives and legacies of the remarkable men who have presided over the Oval Office. From George Washington to George W. Bush, THE PRESIDENTS gathers together vivid snapshots of all 43 Commanders in Chief who have guided America throughout its history.
History Channel – The Presidents : art of war (2009) TVRip x264
31 October 2010

History Channel – The Presidents : art of war (2009) TVRip x264

History Channel – The Presidents : art of war (2009) TVRip x264
English | 90 Min | 624 x 352 | XviD - 944Kbps | 23.976fps | MP3 - 123Kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Documentary

THE PRESIDENTS is an unprecedented eight-part survey of the personal lives and legacies of the remarkable men who have presided over the Oval Office. From George Washington to George W. Bush, THE PRESIDENTS gathers together vivid snapshots of all 43 Commanders in Chief who have guided America throughout its history.
Vice Presidents
8 November 2010

Vice Presidents


Vice Presidents by L. Edward Purcell


Facts on File | 2010 | ISBN: 081607707X | 554 pages | PDF | 16 MB



Political and historical, Vice Presidents collects the life stories of every man that has held this office. Each expertly written biography addresses the state of the country at the time these men were in office and features:
An analysis of prevailing political conditions
The opposition
The relationships between the vice president and presidents
James Madison (American Presidents) (Audiobook)
8 October 2011

James Madison (American Presidents) (Audiobook)

James Madison American Presidents Audiobook

2002 | 6 hours and 22 mins | ISBN: 1559277378 | MP3 | 92 Mb

It's tough to write a compelling biography of Madison: though a great politician, he was also a provincial, cerebral and slightly dull man; any account of his life must contain the kinds of dry legislation the Non-Intercourse Act, Macon's Bill Number 2, for example that have driven generations of history students to distraction. But Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Wills does as good a job as possible in this brief volume, the latest addition to a series on the nation's presidents edited by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. With prior studies of Washington, Jefferson and other Framers including Madison under his belt, Wills is well acquainted with his subject and balanced in his assessments. Madison, "this unimpressive little man with libraries in his brain," was the "Father of the Constitution" and the nation's fourth president. But during an extraordinary four-decade public career, Madison also guided Washington and Jefferson in their presidencies; steered the pioneering Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom through that state's legislature in 1786 and the Bill of Rights through Congress; and helped Jefferson found the Democratic Party. But for all Madison's greatness, Wills nevertheless and justifiably judges him na‹ve, inconsistent, occasionally dishonest, prone to sniff conspiracy in any opposition, and, like so many Southerners of the time, deaf to and finally paralyzed by slavery. Moreover, although he was a first-class committeeman, he lacked executive talent. His presidency was a near disaster and he narrowly averted defeat in the War of 1812. To Madison's credit, unlike other wartime presidents, he didn't stretch the Constitution or invade civil liberties. Madison had "the strength of his weaknesses," concludes Wills in this fine, short biography of one of the nation's greatest public servants. ...
Smashing eBook Bundle #3 + 8: Mastering Photoshop for Web Designers
23 July 2011

Smashing eBook Bundle #3 + 8: Mastering Photoshop for Web Designers
Smashing eBook Bundle #3 + 8: Mastering Photoshop for Web Designers
English | 5 eBooks | PDF + MOBI + ePub | 217MB

The Smashing eBook Bundle contains the following eBooks:
* Smashing eBook #3: Mastering Photoshop for Web Design
* Smashing eBook #4: Mobile Design for iPhone and iPad
* Smashing eBook #5: How to Create Selling E-Commerce Websites
* Smashing eBook #6: Getting the Hang of Web Typography
* Smashing eBook #7: Professional Web Design Volume 2
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1 March 2012

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0Day Scene Ebook Pack 20110401 PHC
English | PDF | Collection | 2.23 GB


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A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China (2000)
9 October 2010

A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China (2000)
A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China (2000)
512 pages | 2000 | ISBN-10: 1586480057 | PDF | 81.14MB


When the People's Republic of China was proclaimed in 1949, the balance of power in Asia was irrevocably changed. Ever since, democratic America has been obliged to contend with a Communist colossus whose world objectives are diametrically opposed to its own--how to deal with a leader, Mao Zedong, who once said, "Let 400 million Chinese die and 300 million will be left"? This book is no dry history; the author describes how easily escalating tensions over Taiwan could involve the USA in a major war today.Trained as an investigative journalist, Patrick Tyler is a marvelous writer, combining shrewd diplomatic analysis with deft descriptions of the protagonists, many of whom he saw in action when he was New York Times bureau chief in Beijing. His cast of characters includes the greatest political figures of the day, from Mao and Gorbachev to six American presidents, beginning with Nixon, whose bold knocking opened China's door, and ending with Clinton's gamely attempting to balance America's commercial interests with human rights issues. Tyler's personal experience and formidable research, including 15,000 pages of newly declassified documents, produce gems such as Brezhnev's attempt to run off with a briefcase belonging to an American negotiator visiting the men's room, and the shocking picture of Kissinger passing national secrets to Chinese officials. A Great Wall is a highly readable account of relations between the world's most powerful and the world's most populous nations and their momentous implications for the new millennium.