... proprietors, and coaching inns; the customers and why they chose to travel; and also the perils of early road travel. $12.95 CMA Wall Calendar This year's Carriage Museum of America wall calendar features Stables of the Gilded Age.
Author: Ken Wheeling
Publisher: Carriage Assoc. of America
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Feature: Tucci Coach Collection by Harry Tucci - Page 270 The Emperor's Last Equipage: Part I by Andres Furger - Page 284 The Two Hemispheres Bandwagon by Ken Wheeling - Page 302 Additional Articles: USA Team Wins Gold and Chester Weber Wins Individual Silver at the World Equestrian Games, Tryon, NC - Meet the Museum Tour A Success - Page 262 A Weekend of Coaching in Newport: A Photo Essay by Barbara Hess Auchter A Tour in Germany by Jack and Marge Day 41st Lorenzo Driving Competition Four-in-Hand Club of Philadelphia Summer Drive by Karen Martin New Coach Horn Book Shares History and Calls When Coal Was King by Susan Green Driving the Horse in Harness: A Beginner's Manual - Part XI by Charles Kellogg - Page 280 Carriage Capers at the Remington Carriage Museum by Kathleen Haak - Page 293 Villa Louis Carriage Classic September 2018 FEI European Championship for Children, Juniors and Young Drivers Introduction to Horses and Carriages Intercollegiate Reinsmanship by Jessica Axelsson - Page 300
The wall calendar had a glossy picture on it; a cowboy on a horse was looking into the distance at purple mountains, snow on the peaks. ... I could see the steel frame and checkered grips of a revolver inside. I touched the bag with one ...
Author: Louise Penny
Publisher: Mariner Books
Category: Detective and mystery stories, American
An anthology of the best mystery short stories published in 2017 selected by best-selling author Louise Penny.
Mrs. Lim was not surprised to see her daughter living on the other side of the island from the rest of the family, ... Mrs. Lim glanced at the day-by-day calendar on the wall, pleased to find Hong Yin still used the traditional almanac ...
Author: John Joseph Adams
Publisher: Mariner Books
Category: Fantasy fiction, American
A collection of the best American science fiction and fantasy stories from 2017.
AFRICAN AMERICAN GOLFER'S DIGEST 80 Wall St., Suite 720, New York NY 10005. (212)571-6559. ... Emphasizes golf lifestyle, health, travel destinations, golfer profiles, golf equipment reviews. Editorial content focuses on the "interests ...
Author: Noel Rivera
Discover Powerful Secrets of Successful Photographers Thousands of successful photographers have trusted Photographer's Market as a resource for growing their businesses. This edition contains the most comprehensive and up-to-date market contacts for working professional photographers today: magazines, book publishers, greeting card companies, stock agencies, advertising firms, photo contests, and more. In addition to the more than 1,500 individually verified contacts, 2018 Photographer's Market includes: • Up-to-date information on how to start and run a photography business, including how to find clients, who to contact to submit your photos, what types of photos they need, and how to submit both digital and film images • Markets for fine art photographers, including hundreds of galleries and art fairs, magazine and book publishers, contests, and more • Informative articles on business topics, such as maintaining records, customers service, trends in photography, gallery partnerships, and what makes a photo marketable • Inspiring and informative interviews with successful professionals, including wedding, concept, fashion and magazine photographers
For veterans who protested that the exhibit got the story wrong, see Camden (N.J.) Post-Telegram, August 19, 1909; ... “1937 Wall Calendar” (sold on eBay, August 15, 2018); “USS Union Monitor Greenpoint Savings Bank Bronze Medal” (sold ...
Author: James Marten
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Buying and Selling Civil War Memory explores the ways in which Gilded Age manufacturers, advertisers, publishers, and others commercialized Civil War memory. Advertisers used images of the war to sell everything from cigarettes to sewing machines; an entire industry grew up around uniforms made for veterans rather than soldiers; publishing houses built subscription bases by tapping into wartime loyalties; while old and young alike found endless sources of entertainment that harkened back to the war. Moving beyond the discussions of how Civil War memory shaped politics and race relations, the essays assembled by James Marten and Caroline E. Janney provide a new framework for examining the intersections of material culture, consumerism, and contested memory in the everyday lives of late nineteenth-century Americans. Each essay offers a case study of a product, experience, or idea related to how the Civil War was remembered and memorialized. Taken together, these essays trace the ways the buying and selling of the Civil War shaped Americans’ thinking about the conflict, making an important contribution to scholarship on Civil War memory and extending our understanding of subjects as varied as print, visual, and popular culture; finance; and the histories of education, of the book, and of capitalism in this period. This highly teachable volume presents an exciting intellectual fusion by bringing the subfield of memory studies into conversation with the literature on material culture. The volume’s contributors include Amanda Brickell Bellows, Crompton B. Burton, Kevin R. Caprice, Shae Smith Cox, Barbara A. Gannon, Edward John Harcourt, Anna Gibson Holloway, Jonathan S. Jones, Margaret Fairgrieve Milanick, John Neff , Paul Ringel, Natalie Sweet, David K. Thomson, and Jonathan W. White.
Air shows calendar: North America air show calendar 2018. Milavia. Retrieved from www.milavia.net/airshows/calendar/showdates-2015-north_america.html National Retail Federation. (2018). Holiday and seasonal trends: Independence day.
Author: Victoria E. Collins
Category: Political Science
This book examines the impact of neoliberalism on society, bringing to the forefront a discussion of violence and harm, the inherent inequalities of neoliberalism and the ways in which our everyday lives in the Global North reproduce and facilitate this violence and harm. Drawing on a range of contemporary topics such as state violence, the carceral state, patriarchy, toxic masculinity, death, sports and entertainment, this book unmasks the banal forms of violence and harm that are a routine part of life that usurp, commodify and consume to reify the existing status quo of harm and inequality. It aims to defamiliarize routine forms of violence and inequality, thereby highlighting our own participation in its perpetuation, though consumerism and the consumption of neoliberal dogma. It is essential reading for students across criminology, sociology and political philosophy, particularly those engaged with crimes of the powerful, state crime and social harm.
Mkts Reg., Enforcement Data for Calendar Year 2018 6 (2018), ... On this trend, see Stavros Gadinis, From Independence to Politics in Financial Regulation, 101 Calif. ... Rivals Are Building Workarounds, Wall St. J. (May 29, 2019), ...
Author: Pierre-Hugues Verdier
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Banking law
"In the years since the 2008 financial crisis, U.S. federal prosecutors have brought dozens of criminal cases against the world's most powerful banks, charging them with manipulating financial indices, helping their customers evade taxes, evading sanctions, and laundering money. To settle these cases, global banks like UBS, Barclays, HSBC and BNP Paribas paid tens of billions of dollars in fines. They also agreed to extensive internal reforms, hiring hundreds of compliance officers, spending billions on new systems, and installing independent corporate monitors. In effect, they agreed to become worldwide enforcers of U.S. law and policies, including financial sanctions-sometimes despite their own governments' protests. This book examines the U.S. enforcement campaign against global banks across four areas: benchmark manipulation, tax evasion, sanctions violations, and sovereign debt. It shows that U.S. prosecutors have unilaterally carved out a new role as global bank regulators, heralding a fundamental shift in how international finance is overseen. Their ability to do so stems from U.S. control over vital hubs of the international financial system, from which they can threaten global banks with exclusion. In some areas, these unilateral U.S. actions have ushered in important multilateral reforms, such as the rise of automatic tax information exchange and better-regulated financial indices. In other areas, such as financial sanctions, unilateralism has attracted protests from other states and attempts to bypass U.S.-based financial infrastructure, which could undermine the country's power."--
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Author: United Nations Office for Disarmament AffairsPublish On: 2018-09-28
The Office also produced a 2018 wall calendar to showcase the winning entries of its Poster for Peace Contest, ... The Office disseminated the calendar through its regional centres in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, ...
Author: United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs
Publisher: United Nations
Category: Political Science
The United Nations Disarmament Yearbook, volume 42 (Part II): 2017, with a foreword by the High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, summarizes developments and trends in 2017 on key issues of multilateral consideration at the international and regional levels; reviews the activity of the General Assembly, the Conference on Disarmament and the Disarmament Commission; and contains a handy timeline of highlights of multilateral disarmament in 2017.
17 “The Regulatory President,” The Wall Street Journal, June 17, 1991, A10. 18 Massimo Calabresi, “Inside Trump's War Against the State,” Time, March 20, 2017, 27-31. See also David Von Drehle, “Trump's American Vision,” Time, ...
Author: Rogene A. Buchholz
Category: Business & Economics
Capitalist societies need to undergo major change to provide for the material needs of all the people who work within the system, not just the 1 percent. They have become dysfunctional and need a different kind of orientation to continue in existence. Instead of creating wealth, which is what they are supposed to accomplish, they have created nothing but debt for the past several decades and are now in serious trouble with regard to finding the wherewithal to keep on functioning as viable societies that can provide job opportunities for their workers and the promise of a better life in the future for their citizens. The coronavirus pandemic has exposed just how many people live paycheck to paycheck and have not been able to accumulate any kind of savings. The 1 percent, meanwhile, have benefited greatly and have vastly increased their wealth over the past several decades. This book does not advocate the need to turn to a form of socialism, however, to give most workers a chance at a decent life for themselves. What is needed is a redefinition of capitalism to make it work for everyone. Capital and Capitalism seeks to uncover various myths about capitalism that hinder our ability to change the system and discuss the task of redefining capitalism by examining where neo-liberalism went wrong and what role restructuring the corporation along stakeholder lines can play in making capitalism more responsive to the entire society. It will be of interest to researchers, academics, and students in the fields of business and society, leadership, and business ethics.