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GAAconomics : The Secret Life of Money in the GAA. by Moynihan, Michael.;
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Crisis and Comeback : Cork in the Eighties. by Moynihan, Michael.;
Cover -- About the author -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Market or Car Park? -- 2 'Dickensian. Totally Hierarchical' -- 3 Dunlop: John McEnroe Says No -- 4 Verolme: Selling the Job Twice -- 5 The Fall Guy: Paddy Hayes -- 6 Lacking Context: Coverage of the Closures -- 7 The Fallout: 'I Used to be Someone' -- 8 Collateral Damage: Shops, Cinemas and Breweries -- 9 Patrick Street Looking like a War Zone -- 10 1985: Chaos -- 11 Beyond the Pale: a Second City -- 12 Haughey and Cork -- 13 'Ardnósach': UCC in the Eighties -- 14 Blood on the Carpet: Haughey Helps Cork -- 15 'A Place for Women' -- 16 Going Without -- 17 The North Side -- 18 The Local Authority: Soft Tar -- 19 The Tide Turns: Apple -- 20 The CIA and the Film Festival -- 21 Ford Save the Projector -- 22 Down With This Sort of Thing -- 23 The Field on the Boreenmanna Road -- 24 How Cork RTC Landed That Multinational -- 25 The Education Ecosystem -- 26 Learning from the Past -- 27 A Different Place Then. A Different Place Now -- 28 'Fierce Notions': Cork's Future -- Acknowledgements -- Imprint Page -- If you have enjoyed this book, you might also enjoy the following eBooks.How does a city survive its worst recession in living memory? Cork entered the 1980s with swagger but by the middle of the decade, the city had been plunged into chaos. Drawing on extensive interviews with politicians, workers, writers and industrialists, Michael Moynihan weaves a sweeping tapestry of the city at a critical juncture.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Fighting Shadows in Vietnam : A Combat Memoir. by Moynihan, Michael P., Jr.;
Cover -- Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Letters I Never Sent -- 1. Warriors with Peace Signs -- 2. Shit, Shower, and Shave -- 3. From Broadway to the Bush -- 4. Welcome to the Jungle -- 5. The Ambush -- 6. Life as a Grunt -- 7. Next Stop: Cambodia -- 8. R.I.E. and 326 Tons -- 9. The Hill with No Name -- 10. Back to Buttons -- 11. In the Hands of Fate -- 12. The Transition -- Index.Finalist, The National Indie Excellence® Book Award, Military Non-FictionIn this memoir, set as deeply in his mind as in the Southeast Asian jungle, a young American soldier embarks on a journey to a war that, for him, will never be over. This memoir chronicles the key perspective-shaping experiences of a U.S. Army grunt fighting in Vietnam.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Moynihan, Michael P., -- 1949-;United States. -- Army -- Biography.;United States. -- Army -- Military life -- History -- 20th century.;Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Personal narratives, American.;
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The Command to Look : A Master Photographers Method for Controlling the Human Gaze. by Mortensen, William(DLC)1685579; Dunham, George.; Moynihan, Michael.; Lytle, Larry.;
Table of Contents -- The Story of The Command to Look by Larry Lytle -- The Command to Look by William Mortensen and George Dunham -- Foreword -- 1. Personal Questions -- 2. Personal History: Origin of the Formula -- 3. The Pictorial Imperative -- 4. Analysis of the Impact -- 5. Subject Interest: Sex, Sentiment and Wonder -- 6. You and the Picture -- 7. Putting the Formula to Work -- 8. Preface to the Pictures -- 55 Salon Prints with Comments -- Infernal Impact: The Command to Look as a Formula for Satanic Success by Michael Moynihan.William Mortensen's irreverent and revolutionary book on photography and psychology is available again after a sixty-five-year banishment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Dying for the Cause. by Horgan, Tim.;
Intro -- Dedications -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1st and 9th (Tralee) Battalions, Kerry No. 1 Brigade -- John Conway -- Daniel Daly -- Thomas Drummond -- Eugene Fitzgerald -- Jackie Fleming -- Michael Flynn -- Tom Flynn -- Daniel Foley -- Patrick (Percy) Hannafin -- William Harrington -- Tommy Hawley -- Con Healy -- Frank Hoffman -- Seán Moriarty -- Billy Myles -- George Nagle -- James O'Connor -- Jerry O'Sullivan -- John O'Sullivan -- Paddy Reidy -- Michael Ryle -- Michael Sinnott -- Jim Walsh -- 2nd (Ardfert) and 3rd (Lixnaw) Battalions, Kerry No. 1 Brigade -- Thomas Archer -- James Barry -- John Cantillon -- Edward Greaney -- James Hanlon -- Reginald Hathaway -- Seán Houlihan -- Jack Lawlor -- Timothy 'Aero' Lyons -- William McCarthy -- Jim McEnery -- Tom McGrath -- Michael McGuire -- Michael Nolan -- Daniel O'Driscoll -- George O'Shea -- Patrick O'Shea -- Tim Tuomey -- 4th (Castlegregory) and 5th (Dingle) Battalions, Kerry No. 1 Brigade -- Thomas M. Ashe -- John Casey -- James Cronin -- Maurice Fitzgerald -- Thomas Greaney -- Paddy Kennedy -- Daniel 'Bob' McCarthy -- Michael McKenna -- Thomas Moriarty -- Tom O'Sullivan -- Timothy Spillane -- 6th (Listowel) and 8th (Ballylongford) Battalions, Kerry No. 1 Brigade -- Eddie Carmody -- Paddy Dalton -- Patrick Foran -- Michael Galvin -- Pat Hartnett -- John Lawlor -- John Linnane -- Jerry Lyons -- Michael (Bob) McElligott -- Charles O'Hanlon -- Paddy Walsh -- Daniel Scanlon -- Jack Sheehan -- 1st (Castleisland) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade -- 7th (Castleisland) Battalion, Kerry No. 1 Brigade -- Michael Brosnan -- Patrick Buckley -- John Daly -- Tom Fleming -- Patrick Kenny -- Bertie Murphy -- Dan Murphy -- Michael O'Connell -- Denny O'Connor -- Jer O'Leary -- Jack Prendiville -- John Savage -- Richard Shanahan -- James Walsh.2nd (Firies) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade, and Ballymacelligott Company -- Jim Baily -- Denis Broderick -- Michael Brosnan -- John Browne -- Robert Browne -- Mossie Casey -- John Clifford -- Jack Flynn -- Paddy Herlihy -- Richard Laide -- John Leen -- John McMahon -- Thomas McLoughlin -- Jack Reidy -- Maurice Reidy -- 3rd (Kenmare) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade -- Con Looney -- Timothy O'Shea -- Denis Tuohy -- 4th (Killarney) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade -- Dan Allman -- Stephen Buckley -- Jerry Casey -- Patrick Casey -- James Daly -- John Kevins -- Patrick McCarthy -- Timothy Murphy -- Daniel O'Donoghue -- Jeremiah O'Donoghue -- 5th (Rathmore) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade -- Jeremiah Carey -- William Cronin -- Laurence Hickey -- Michael McSweeney -- Andrew Moynihan -- Patrick O'Connor -- Michael O'Sullivan -- Tadhg O'Sullivan -- John Sharry -- 6th (Killorglin) Battalion, Kerry No. 2 Brigade -- Michael Ahern -- William Conway O'Connor -- Jack Galvin -- Frank Grady -- Patrick Murphy -- Joe Taylor -- Séamus Taylor -- Kerry No. 3 Brigade -- Dan Clifford -- Michael Courtney -- Eugene Dwyer -- Con Keating -- Jeremiah 'Romey' Keating -- Tadhg Keating -- Patrick Lynch -- Dan Shea -- John Tadhg O'Sullivan -- Willie Rearden -- John Sugrue -- Dying for the Cause Elsewhere -- Thomas Ashe -- Charlie Daly -- Dan Enright -- Tom Healy -- Jim Hickey -- Charlie Kerins -- Michael Mulvihill -- Seán O'Leary -- Maurice O'Neill -- Michael Rahilly (The O'Rahilly) -- Tim O'Sullivan -- Jack O'Reilly -- Thomas Russell -- Liam Scully -- Paddy Shortis -- 'The Others' -- William Brosnan -- Giles Cooper -- Brendan Doherty -- Liam Hegarty -- Thomas Leane -- Michael Lynch -- Charles Monaghan -- William O'Brien -- John O'Connor -- Thomas Prendiville -- Donal (Dan) Sheehan -- Austin Stack -- Timeline of Events in Kerry -- Bibliography -- Endnotes -- About the Author.About the Publisher.The fascinating stories of the 161 Kerrymen who died fighting for the cause of Irish independence between 1916 and the 1980s.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Icelandic Magic : Practical Secrets of the Northern Grimoires. by Flowers, Stephen E.;
Cover Image -- Title Page -- Epigraph -- Table of Contents -- Notes to the Reader on Abbreviations, Orthography, and Foreign Words -- Foreword: Magic Manuals and Sorcerous Staves by Michael Moynihan -- Preface -- Introduction: A Magical Text -- Part 1: Historical Background and Basics of Magical Practice -- Chapter 1: Historical Context -- Chapter 2: History of Magic in Iceland -- THE PRE-CHRISTIAN AGE -- CATHOLIC PERIOD -- PROTESTANT PERIOD -- Chapter 3: Icelandic Books of Magic -- LEGENDARY BLACK BOOKS -- THE GALDRABÓK -- OTHER COLLECTIONS OF MAGIC -- THE TWO TRADITIONS IN THE NORTH -- Chapter 4: The Gods of Magic: Æsir, Demons, and Christ -- THE PAGAN GODS AND GODDESSES -- CHRISTIAN DEMONS -- Chapter 5: Runes and Magical Signs -- Chapter 6: The Theory and Practice of Galdor-Sign Magic -- Chapter 7: The Legends and Lore of Iceland's Magicians -- SÆMUNDUR THE WISE (1056-1133) -- GOTTSKÁLK THE CRUEL (1497-1520) -- EIRÍKUR OF VOGSÓSAR (1638-1716) -- GALDRA-LOFTUR (DIED 1722) -- Chapter 8: Preparation and Inner Work -- Chapter 9: Ritual and the Grammar of Signs -- INTRODUCTION -- EQUIPMENT -- BASIC RITUAL FORMAT -- GUIDE TO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS -- THE INNER NATURE OF GALDOR -- AIMS OF GALDOR -- INTERPRETATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF SIGNS -- ÆGISHJÁLMAR -- GALDRAMYNDIR -- GALDRASTAFIR -- Part 2: Gray-Skin -- Introduction to the Workings -- I. WISDOM -- II. POWER -- III. PROTECTION -- IV. CONTROL -- V. PROSPERITY -- VI. LOVE -- VII. RECEPTION OF LUCK AND RELEASE OF BLESSINGS -- VIII. SLEEP MAGIC -- Appendix A: Runes and Magical Letters -- Appendix B: Names of Óðinn -- Appendix C: Magical Letters and Rune Kennings -- Appendix D: The "Our Father" Prayer in Latin -- Footnotes -- Bibliography -- About the Author -- About Inner Traditions Bear & Company -- Books of Related Interest -- Copyright & Permissions -- Index -- Your Personal Magical Workings.During the Middle Ages, many books of magic were lost as the ancient pagan traditions were suppressed. But in Iceland the recording of magical spells continued in secret for centuries. Drawing directly from these grimoires, now housed in the National Library in Reykjavík, Stephen Flowers presents a complete system of Icelandic magic from the 16th century onward.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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The Silenced Majority [electronic resource] : Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope. by Goodman, Amy(SAGE)2013681; Moynihan, Denis(SAGE)1600261;
TABLE OF CONTENTS; Acknowledgments; Foreword by Michael Moore; introduction: Occupy the Media - Journalism for (and by) the 99 Percent; Obama's Wars: A Tragedy in Three Acts - ACT I: THE WARS ABROAD; Let Us Not Become the Evil We Deplore; The Tortured Logic Continues; The Obscenity of War; Broken Promises, Broken Laws, Broken Lives; September 11: A Day Without War; Torture in Iraq Continues, Unabated; War Should Be an Election Issue; Guantánamo at Ten: The Prisoner and the Prosecutor; The Afghan War's Nine Lives; Terror, Trauma, and the Endless Afghan WarObama's Wars: A Tragedy in Three Acts: ACT II: THE WAR ON VETERANS AND SOLDIERSMemorial Day: Honor the Dead, Heal the Wounded, Stop the Wars; Veterans Say No to NATO; The War Condolences Obama Hasn't Sent; "The Comeback Kid" and the Kids Who Won't; Accomplish the Mission: Bring the Troops Home; Soldier Suicides and the Politics of Presidential Condolences; Lt. Choi Won't Lie for His Country; Why Did Obama Fire Dan Choi?; Obama's Wars: A Tragedy in Three Acts: ACT III: THE WAR ON THE PUBLIC TREASURY; We Can't Afford War; Deficit DovesThe Battle of the Budgets: New Fronts in the Afghan and Iraq WarsWar Is a Racket; War, Debt, and the President; Money in Politics; Big Money Clouds the Big Skies of Montana; It's One Person, One Vote, Not One Percent, One Vote; The Real Mad Men: Following the Money Behind TV Political Ads; Republicans Divided, Citizens United; cliMaTe chanGe; New Light on Copenhagen Climate Talks; Trick or Treat for Climate Change; Take Me to Your Climate Leader; Copenhagen Climate Summit: The Empire's New Clothes; Climate Discord: From Hopenhagen to Nopenhagen; Cochabamba, the Water Wars, and Climate ChangeNews at 11: How Climate Change Affects YouA Little Missed Sunshine; Cancún, Climate Change, and WikiLeaks; Renewed Energy for Renewable Energy; Weiner's No Longfellow; Cry, the Beloved Climate; Listen to the People, Not the Polluters; Climate Apartheid; The Long, Hot March of Climate Change; Climate Change: "This Is Just the Beginning"; dirTy enerGy; Obama's Nuclear Option; Cracking Down on Fracking; Massey Disaster Not Just Tragic, but Criminal; BP: Billionaire Polluter; In Memory of All That Is Lost; If Only Information Flowed as Freely as Oil; A Warning to the WorldJapan's Meltdowns Demand New No-Nukes ThinkingFrom Hiroshima to Fukushima: Japan's Atomic Tragedies; D.C. Protests That Make Big Oil Quake; Keystone XL: Ring Around the Rose Garden; The Bipartisan Nuclear Bailout; Race, Racism, and the Myth of Post-racisl America; Henry Louis Gates Jr., Troy Anthony Davis, and the Twenty-First-Century Color Line; Van Jones and the Boycott of Glenn Beck; Holding Corporations Accountable for Apartheid Crimes; Boycotting Arizona's Racism; Alleged Chicago Torturer's Overdue Day in Court; Mosque-Issippi Burning; NYC's Jihad Against Debbie AlmontaserFrom Tuskegee to Guatemala via NurembergGoodman and Moynihan take an anti-establishment stance and get to the heart of today's critical news stories and political events.
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The Collected Poems of Lucille Clifton 1965-2010 [electronic resource]. by Clifton, Lucille.; Young, Kevin.; Glaser, Michael S.;
The Collected Poemsof Lucille Clifton 1965-2010; Copyright; Contents; Editors' Note; Foreword: Lucille Clifton; Early Uncollected Poems (1965-1969); black women; old hundred; the old availables have; chan's dream; from Dark Nursery Rhymes for a Dark Daughter; 5/23/67 r.i.p.; only too high is high enough; the coming of x; Conversation Overheard in a Graveyard; sunday dinner; my friend mary stone from oxford mississippi; spring thought for thelma; my mother teached me; To Mama too late; Dear Mama,; Dear; Dear; plain as a baby; Everytime i talk about; satchmo; for prisslythe last Seminole is blacka poem written for many moynihans; the poet is thirty two; quotations from aunt margaret brown; daddy; take somebody like me; let them say; good times (1969); in the inner city; my mama moved among the days; my daddy's fingers move among the couplers; lane is the pretty one; miss rosie; robert; the 1st; running across to the lot; still; good times; if i stand in my window; stops; the discoveries of fire; those boys that ran together; pity this poor animal; the white boy; the meeting after the savior gone; for deLawd; ca'line's prayer; if he ask you was i laughingif something should happengenerations; love rejected; tyrone (1); willie b (1); tyrone (2); willie b (2); tyrone (3); willie b (3); tyrone (4); willie b (4); buffalo war; flowers; pork chops; now my first wife never did come out of her room; the way it was; admonitions; good news about the earth (1972); about the earth; after kent state; being property once myself; the way it was; the lost baby poem; later i'll say; apology; lately; the '70s; listen children; driving through new england; the news; the bodies broken on; song; prayer; heroes; africa; i am high on the man called crazy; earthfor the bird who flew against our window one morning and broke his natural neckGod send easter; so close; wise: having the ability to perceive and adopt the best means for accomplishing an end.; malcolm; eldridge; to bobby seale; for her hiding place; richard penniman; daddy; poem for my sisters; the kind of man he is; some jesus; adam and eve; cain; moses; solomon; job; daniel; jonah; john; mary; joseph; the calling of the disciples; the raising of lazarus; palm sunday; good friday; easter sunday; spring song; Uncollected Poems (1973-1974); Phillis Wheatley Poetry FestivalAll of Us Are All of Usan ordinary woman (1974); sisters; in salem; sisters; leanna's poem; on the birth of bomani; salt; a storm poem; god's mood; new bones; harriet; roots; come home from the movies,; to ms. ann; my boys; last note to my girls; a visit to gettysburg; monticello; to a dark moses; Kali; this morning; i agree with the leaves; the lesson of the falling leaves; i am running into a new year; the coming of Kali; she insists on me; she understands me; she is dreaming; her love poem; calming Kali; i am not done yet; the poet; turning; my poem; lucy one-eye; if mamai was born in a hotel,<div>Landmark volume containing all of Lucille Clifton's published work and 55 previously unpublished poems. Foreword by Nobel Prize-winner Toni Morrison.</div>
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Major problems in the history of American families and children : documents and essays / by Jabour, Anya.(SAGE)1905155;
Includes bibliographical references.1. Studying Families and Children in Historical Perspective -- 2. Marriage, Family, and Kinship in Early America -- 3. Children and Childrearing in a Developing Democracy -- 4. Marriage and Family in Victorian America -- 5. Families in Bondage -- 6. Fathers and Children in the Civil War Era -- 7. Families on the Frontier -- 8. Children and Child-Savers in Progressive-Era America, 1880-1920 -- 9. Families and the State: Origins of the Modern Welfare System in the Early Twentieth Century -- 10. The Homefront: American Families During World War II -- 11. The 1950s: Family Life in Modern America -- 12. The New Immigrant Family, 1965 to the Present -- 13. Family Politics in Late-Twentieth-Century America --14. Families and Children in Contemporary America.1. Studying families and children in historical perspective. Digging up family history, myths, realities, and works-in-progress / John Demos ; Mythology and history in the study of the American family / Stephanie Coontz ; Reflections on the history of children and childhood in the postmodern era / Joseph M. Hawes and N. Ray Hiner -- 2. Marriage, family, and kinship in early America. Three Europeans comment on Native American marriage, gender, and kinship, 1600s-1700s: John Smith describes the "naturall inhabitants of Virginia,", 1608 ; Roger Williams discusses marriage and divorce among New England Indians, 1643 ; Robert Beverley defends the morality of Virginia's Native Americans, 1705 ; James Mooney records traditional Cherokee myths, 1900 ; Plymouth colony requires all persons to live in families, 1669 ; Puritan minister Cotton Mather describes "a family well-ordered," 1699 ; Slaves escape in search of family members, 1750s-1760s ; Matrilineal kinship among the Cherokee Indians in the American Southeast / Theda Perdue ; Patriarchy and marriage in colonial New England / Lisa Wilson ; Slavery and family life among African Americans in eighteenth-century Maryland / Allan Kulikoff -- 3. Children and childrearing in a developing democracy. Colonial legislatures permit harsh punishment for disobedient children, 1642, 1646, 1654 ; A colonial mother describes the custom of breeching, 1679 ; English philosopher John Locke recommends a rational approach to childrearing, 1693 ; Laura Wirt's parents offer instruction and advice, 1810 ; The reverend Francis Wayland describes discipline, 1831 ; John J.C. Abbott gives advice to mothers, 1834 ; Lucy Larcom remembers the pangs of conscience, 1889 ; Breaking wills in colonial America / Philip Greven ; Developing character in Antebellum America / Anne Scott MacLeod -- 4. Marriage and family in Victorian America. Eliza Southgate expresses her opinion of love matches, 1800 ; Emma Willard gives marital advice, 1915 ; Caroline Gilman recommends wifely submission, 1838 ; Martha Hunter Hitchcock complains of loneliness and illness, 1840-1846 ; Lizzie Neblett describes marriage and motherhood in Texas, 1860 ; Men, women, and marriage in the nineteenth-century North / E. Anthony Rotundo ; Marriage and family in the nineteenth-century South / Anya Jabour -- 5. Families in bondage. Slave husbands and wives correspond, 1840s-1850s ; Frederick Douglass describes separation and sexual abuse, 1845 ; Harriet Jacobs remembers growing up a slave, 1861 ; Fanny Kemble reports on slave women's health, 1863 ; Former slaves recall family life, 1930s ; Marriage in slavery / Brenda Stevenson ; Motherhood in slavery / Stephanie J. Shaw -- 6. Fathers and children in the Civil War era. A Confederate father writes to his daughter, 1861-1864 ; A popular poem mourns a soldier-father's death, 1865 ; Children play at war, 1863 ; A Southern girl records her brothers' eagerness to fight, 1861-1862 ; A Union veteran remembers military drills and farewells, 1909 ; Fatherhood in the Confederacy / James Marten ; Coming of age in the Union army / Reid Mitchell -- 7. Families on the frontier. Harriet Taylor Upton recalls pioneer life, ca. 1870 ; Margaret Bell describes children's work on the Montana frontier, ca. 1910 ; Esperanza Montoya Padilla details her mother's home and community work in the 1920s ; Socorro Felix Delgado describes family and religion in Arizona, ca. 1930 ; The U.S. government makes contradictory proposals for educating Indian children, 1940s: Willard W. Beatty recommends education for leadership, 1942 ; Congress suggests that schools promote assimilation, 1944 ; Children on the Plains frontier / Elliott West ; Women, work, and community in Hispanic New Mexico and Colorado / Sarah Deutsch ; Fatherhood and assimilation among the Southern Utes / Katherine M.B. Osburn -- 8. Children and child-savers in Progressive-era America, 1880-1920. William P. Letchworth visits the New York Catholic Protectory, 1876 ; The Reinhard Committee investigates child labor, 1896 ; Judge Ben Lindsey encounters youthful criminals, 1894 ; Psychologist G. Stanley Hall defines adolescence, 1904 ; Sociologists describe juvenile delinquency among Polish immigrants, 1918 ; Child abuse and child protection in Boston, 1880-1910 / Linda Gordon ; Female sexuality and juvenile delinquency in early twentieth-century California / Mary E. Odem -- 9. Family and the state: origins of the modern welfare system in the early twentieth century. Jewish charitable organizations recommend supporting mothers and children at home, 1910 ; The New York Commission on Relief for Widowed Mothers demands government aid for poor women and children, 1914 ; The U.S. Children's Bureau praises "home life," 1919 ; The White House Conference on Child Health and Protection defines child welfare as a community responsibility, 1930 ; The International Society of Crippled Children issues a "bill of rights" for disabled children, 1931 ; Mothers' pensions in Chicago, 1911-1931 / Joanne L. Goodwin ; The Children's Bureau and child welfare during the Great Depression / Kriste Lindenmeyer -- 10. The homefront: American families during World War II. A Nisei daughter describes family life in a detention camp, 1942 ; A Japanese American student recalls the Relocation Order, 1942 ; A resident of Manzanar Internment Camp looks back on her wartime and postwar experiences, 1940s ; Wartime newlyweds exchange love letters, 1943-1945 ; A woman war worker describes work and famiy life, 1944 ; A child care worker discusses her trials and triumphs, 1944-1946 ; Japanese families and Japanese American daughters in World War II detention camps / Valerie Matsumoto ; Children and families during World War II / William M. Tuttle Jr. -- 11. The 1950s: family life in modern America. Dr. Benjamin Spock offers advice to new parents, 1946 ; Americans describe marriage and family as necessary to happiness, 1960 ; Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan bemoans the breakdown of the black family, 1965 ; Adrienne Rich recalls the cultural promotion of motherhood in Cold War era-America, 1976 ; Marge Piercy describes a woman's response to an unplanned pregnancy before Roe v. Wade, 1982 ; Visions of family life in postwar America / Elaine Tyler May ; Illegitimacy and adoption: black and white teen mothers, 1945-1965 / Rickie Solinger -- 12. The new immigrant family, 1965 to the present. An immigrant daughter describes population control in Puerto Rico in the 1950s ; A Puerto Rican remembers the move to New York City, 1951 ; An elderly Vietnamese man despairs of parent-child relations in the United States, 1989 ; Ba That explains changing power dynamics in the Vietnamese American family, 1989 ; Puerto Rican women and their families in Chicago / Maura I. Toro-Morn ; Vietnamese parents and children in Philadelphia / Nazli Kibria -- 13. Family politics in late-twentieth-century America. The U.S. Supreme Court defines women's right to choose abortion, 1973 ; The National Right to Life Committee opposes abortion, 1974 ; Sociologists make predictions about family life in the next millennium, 1988 ; Robert Bly proposes a cure for modern men's "softness," 1990 ; Judith Stacey relates "the family values fable," 1999 ; Abortion and the politics of motherhood / Kristin Luker ; Patriarchy and the politics of fatherhood / Robert L. Griswold -- 14. Families and children in contemporary America. Two gay men describe their relationship, 1989 ; Kellen Kaiser-Klimist and her two moms discuss marriage and family, 1989, 1991 ; The U.S. census reveals change and continuity in family life, 2000 ; Sociologist Michael Kimmel comments on school shootings, 2000 ; Christian parents turn to home-schooling, 2001 ; A toddler's mother criticizes "toymania," 2003 ; The meaning(s) of marriage in postmodern America / Nancy F. Cott ; Conspicuous toy consumption and modern childhood / Gary Cross.Part of the Major Problems in American History series, this text for courses in family history or history of childhood balances its discussion of marriage and gender relations with coverage on children and childhood. Offering a thorough treatment of race, ethnicity, and class from colonial times to the present, this edition grants sustained attention to Native Americans and Latinos. Relating history to larger political events, the text narrative balances coverage of public policy toward families with coverage of the experiences of family life.
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