By HENRY F. WOODS
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What drives switch in healthiness care structures? Why do sure alterations ensue in a few international locations and never in others? writer Carolyn Hughes Tuohy argues that the reply lies in realizing the "accidents" of historical past that experience formed nationwide platforms at serious moments, and within the distinct "logics" of those platforms.
Number of 100 action-packed tales, masking the variety of yank heritage, from the 1st stopover at of Leif the fortunate to the exploits of Sergeant York in global struggle I. In referring to the lengthy, exciting tale of the rigors and triumphs of the pioneers and patriots, the writer goals to gratify the affection of youngsters for the dramatic and picturesque, to meet them with tales which are real, and to lead them to conversant in the nice characters within the background in their personal state.
Este libro sobre l. a. arqueología de Cuba, satislace una necesidad de nuestra cultura.
Estudiar las más remotas raíces de las culturas ancestrales desarrolladas en nuestro medio, será siempre interesante para las nuevas generaciones, a más de útil. Todo lo que iortalezca los angeles identidad de nuestra patria ha de redundar en beneficio de l. a. cultura common y, por ende, de los angeles humanidad.
Los autores de este trabajo, Ramón Dacal Moure y Manuel Rivero de l. a. Calle, son bien conocidos en el ámbito cientíiico. No obstante, destaquemos aquí algunas facetas de sus vidas, dirigidas a nuestro gran público.
En l. a. década de los años forty los conocí en l. a. entonces novel Sociedad Espeleológica de Cuba, fundada el 15 de enero de 1940, institución que ha tenido el mérito de haber desarrollado, en indisoluble contacto con los angeles naturaleza, algunas disciplinas, entre éstas, los angeles Geografía, Carsología, Arqueología y otras. Es necesario destacar que por aquel entonces period muy rara l. a. juventud exploradora. l. a. mayoría de nuestros investigadores había desarrollado mucho de su hard work en bibliotecas y laboratorios. El mérito del movimiento científico impulsado por l. a. Sociedad Espeleológica fue vincular una generación de jóvenes cubanos al ámbito directo de sus vocaciones. De aquellos jóvenes, unos culminaron sus estudios autodidácticos, como Ramón Dacal y otros, como Rivero de los angeles Calle, los realizaron en los centros de enseñanza more suitable. Al ultimate, ambos se encontrarían en las aulas de l. a. Universidad de los angeles Habana: Dacal en l. a. de Arqueología, propiamente dicha, y Rivero inmerso en los angeles de Antropología Física.
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Wendell Phillips (1811-1884) FREEDOM OF speech, as well as that of human beings from physical bondage, was a cherished ideal of Wendell Phillips, ardent abolitionist and eloquent pleader. While a young lawyer practicing in his native Boston, he became incensed in 1835, at the mobbing in Boston of William Lloyd Garrison, leader of the anti-slavery movement in England. Garrison had refused to be silenced by the threats of violence, and his meeting was broken up and he was hauled through the streets to jail.
Linwe here highly resolved that government of the people, by the people, and for the people, coln's words, "that from the earth," were a restatement of the nature of our government made in less rhythmic prose by Daniel Webster in his second speech in the Senate on January 26 and 27, 1830 on the Foote Resolution which led to the celebrated debate with Robert Y. Hayne. " Edwin McMasters Stanton (1814-1869) PRESIDENT LINCOLN lay dying in a private house across the street from Ford's Theatre, Washington, where he had been shot in the back of the head by a crazed actor, John Wilkes Booth, as the President and his party sat in a box on the evening Good Friday, April 14, 1861, Efforts of the physicians to save the unconscious Pres- of were unavailing, and Lincoln's wife, members and his intimates in the government were summoned to his bedside.
The fall of the Conwas seen to be imminent. resistance his were being steadily federate capital The President's inaugural address, prophetically it seemed, dealt with the problems that would arise after the great conflict drawing to its close. " His words were a pledge of justice and fair dealing by the Government of the United States for the vanquished South which Lincoln was not destined to be able to keep. Within a few weeks of the day on which the words were uttered the President was dead, the victim of an assassin.