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The Paranoid Style in American Politics. And Other Essays
"The distinguishing thing about the paranoid style is not that its exponents see conspiracies or plots here and there in history, but that they regard a vast' or gigantic' conspiracy as the "motive
"Radical Spirits": Spiritualism and Women's Rights in Nineteenth Century America
Table of Contents: Introduction "Unbroken Communication between the Infinite and All Beings" "The Blessedness of Sinless Childhood in the World Beyond" "Thine for Agitation" The Meaning of Mediumship
The Making of the President, 1960
The Regenerators: Social Criticism in Late Victorian English Canada
A crisis of faith confronted many Canadian Protestants in the late nineteenth century. Their religious beliefs were challenged by the new biological sciences and by historical criticism of the Bible.
Watching Quebec: Selected Essays
  • R. Cook
  • Political Science
  • 2 August 2005
Spanning forty years, this volume focuses on social and cultural change among French-speaking Canadians and its effect on the evolution of nationalism in Quebec. In essays that address both
The Making of the President 1964
One that the authors will refer to break the boredom in reading is choosing making of the president 1964 the as the reading material.
‘Identities Are Not Like Hats’
Identity – national, regional, gender, class, and ethnic – has dominated much of Canadian historical writing over the past century. In recent decades, the ‘limited identities’ hypothesis has played a