G D H Cole

Author: L. P. Carpenter
Publisher: CUP Archive
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A sensitive analysis of the thought and intellectual development of G. D. H. Cole (1889-1959) the distinguished Labour historian. Cole's career is traced from his earliest days in the Labour movement to his final years as Chichele Professor of Social and Political Thought at Oxford. Professor Carpenter examines Cole's role in the creation of Guild Socialism; his work in the early 1920s when after the decline of Guild Socialism, he turned towards the analysis of policies, research through the New Statesman and the New Fabian Research Bureau and teaching at Oxford; his attempts to provide a policy for the Left in the 1930s, the idea of economic planning and the Popular Front; his activities during the Second World War; and his place in the debates over the Labour movement's cause after the 1945 government. Finally Professor Carpenter discusses Cole's courageous recognition, towards the end of his life, that Socialism had not come and his attempts to start a new cycle of research in one of the first efforts to create a New Left.

Integrated Pest Management For Cole Crops And Lettuce

Author: University of California Integrated Pest Management Program
Publisher: UCANR Publications
ISBN: 9780931876707
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Growth requirements and development of cole crops and lettuce; Managing pests in cole crops and lettuce; Insects; Diseases; Abiotic disorders; Nematodes; Vertebrates; Weeds.

Cole Younger

Author: Homer Croy
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803264007
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Violence dictated the daily rhythms of Cole Younger?s life. During the Civil War he was selected to join Quantrill?s Raiders because he owned his own revolver. His participation in the brutal 1863 raid on Lawrence, Kansas, drove him and other guerrillas into hiding as Union troops sought to punish the perpetrators of atrocities including the murder of women and children. Younger met up with Jesse James in 1866. The James and Younger families cooperated in a series of bank and train robberies over the next decade that led to a feeling of invincibility. That feeling came to an end in Northfield, Minnesota, when local citizens killed two of the gang and wounded most of the others. Cole and his younger brothers were captured, tried, and sentenced to life in the Minnesota State Penitentiary. But even a life sentence could not keep Younger in prison. Despite a career that included thirty wounds, battles with Pinkerton detectives and Yankees, an affair with outlaw Belle Starr, and a near-fatal confrontation with Jesse James, Cole Younger survived to become a living legend in his home state of Missouri. He died peacefully, a free man.

The Attack On The Uss Cole In Yemen On October 12 2000

Author: Betty Burnett
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780823938605
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Describes the terrorist attack on the USS Cole, a destroyer whose UN mission was to patrol the northern Persian Gulf, as well as the aftermath, investigation, and context of the bombing.

Cole I Love You To The Moon And Back

Author: Aaron Dean Ruotsala
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1607914441
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Like most parents, the thought of having to bury your child never crossed our minds, especially from a cancer we had never heard about. Before July 2008, I didn't know that a cancer like adrenocortical carcinoma even existed. To think that someone so innocent and who had so much life ahead of him could even get cancer was beyond our comprehension. The topic of "childhood cancer" was completely unknown to us. Now here I am writing the obituary for my son Cole. - Prologue.

Nat King Cole

Author: Marianne Ruuth
Publisher: Holloway House Publishing
ISBN: 9780870675935
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