Left Right Left

Political Essays, 1977-2005
Author: Robert Manne
Publisher: Black Inc.
ISBN: 9781863951425
Category: Aboriginal Australians
Page: 534
View: 3884
Anyone who has read one of Robert Manne's newspaper columns or one of his powerful Quarterly Essays will find here a treasure-house of thought, argument and evocation. The perfect book for anyone interested in the key political and cultural controversies of the past thirty years.

Left, Right & Babyboom

America's New Politics
Author: David Boaz
Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN: 9780932790576
Category: Political science
Page: 122
View: 3604


The March of Political Extremism in Britain
Author: John Tomlinson
Publisher: Calder Publications Limited
Category: Communist parties
Page: 152
View: 1515

Beyond Left and Right

The Future of Radical Politics
Author: Anthony Giddens
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804724517
Category: Political Science
Page: 276
View: 7314
In the wake of the cataclysmic changes that have transformed the Soviet Union and Eastern European countries since 1989, what can it mean to be politically radical today? In this conceptually powerful work, the author applies his well-known and influential body of ideas about modernity to the present state and future of radical politics.

Left and Right

The Significance of a Political Distinction
Author: Norberto Bobbio
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509514104
Category: Political Science
Page: 160
View: 3661
Following the collapse of communism and the decline of Marxism, some commentators have claimed that we have reached the 'end of history' and that the distinction between Left and Right can be forgotten. In this book - which was a tremendous success in Italy - Norberto Bobbio challenges these views, arguing that the fundamental political distinction between Left and Right, which has shaped the two centuries since the French Revolution, has continuing relevance today. Bobbio explores the grounds of this elusive distinction and argues that Left and Right are ultimately divided by different attitudes to equality. He carefully defines the nature of equality and inequality in relative rather than absolute terms. Left and Right is a timely and persuasively argued account of the basic parameters of political action and debate in the modern world - parameters which have remained constant despite the pace of social change. The book will be widely read and, as in Italy, it will have an impact far beyond the academic domain.

Left, Right, and the Prospects for Liberty

Author: N.A
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
ISBN: 1610164156
Page: N.A
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The Sinister Side

How Left-right Symbolism Shaped Western Art
Author: James Hall
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199230862
Category: Art
Page: 489
View: 1606
The Sinister Side reveals a hidden symbolic language in the visual arts: that of the perceived differences between the left and right sides of the body. Long forgotten or misunderstood, it is a symbolism that has been interpreted by artists differently through the centuries, and that sheds new light on some of our greatest works of art.

Left, Right, Emma!

Author: Stuart J. Murphy
Publisher: Charlesbridge
ISBN: 1607340771
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 32
View: 3139
After learning the concept of left and right, Emma leads the class marching band on Grandparents Day.

Left, Right and Centre

The Idea of India
Author: Nidhi Razdan
Publisher: Penguin Random House India Private Limited
ISBN: 9386651580
Category: Literary Collections
Page: 288
View: 5594
As India approaches its seventieth year of Independence, its people continue to grapple with multiple discourses: a few from the left, a considerable sum from the right and an impressive lot from the centre. This book brings together diverse views from people across a wide spectrum of life-politicians, activists, administrators, artistes, academicians-who offer their idea of India. With a contextual introduction by Nidhi Razdan, this politically charged, argumentative, candid and humorous book opens a window to our understanding of India that largely remained untold and unknown for a long time.

Left-right thinking

Author: Elisabeth Dostal
Publisher: N.A
Category: Medical
Page: 27
View: 1746

Left-Right Asymmetry in Vertebrate Development

Author: M.L. López-Gracia,M.A. Ros
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540363483
Category: Medical
Page: 126
View: 8431
Externally the vertebrate body plan presents a bilateral symmetry in relation to the midline. However, inside the body the distribution of the visceral organs follows a very particular pattern that is not symmetrical in relation to the midline. The last 10 years have seen remarkable advances in our understanding of how the internal asymmetries typical of the vertebrate body are established and controlled. The use of different development models has permitted to uncover fascinating ways of creating asymmetry, like the activity of the nodal cilia. A host of studies has also unravelled the involvement of many genes in the left right patterning pathway. Based on this knowledge the genetic basis of human laterality defects are beginning to be revealed. It is a major challenge now to understand how all these genes control left right development as well as the complex set of interactions established between them.

Left, Right & Christ

Evangelical Faith in Politics
Author: Lisa Sharon Harper,D.C. Innes
Publisher: Elevate Publishing
ISBN: 1943425760
Category: Religion
Page: 272
View: 2789
How can two people have a common faith but different political loyalties? How does the Christian faith shape how we should vote and participate in the political process? In this updated edition of Left, Right, and Christ, authors D.C. Innes and Lisa Sharon Harper discuss and explore how the Christian faith speaks directly to American politics today, but with different understanding and applications. They address questions like: Does God care about politics? Should we? Is it the government's role to take care of the sick? Do legalized abortions increase the number of abortions? Should we support people's freedom to choose a definition of marriage, even if we disagree with their choice? Does a free country mean that everyone is free to come here? Is the earth so fragile that the government should step in to protect it? Harper and Innes craft compelling chapters on hot issue that will keep Christian Americans thinking about how to navigate the intersection of faith and politics.

Left, Right

Marching to the Beat of Imperial Canada
Author: Yves Engler
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781551646657
Category: Political Science
Page: 190
View: 2801
The left is supposed to be opposed to colonialism and at least skeptical of nationalism. However, Left, Right shows that, for decades now, this hasn't been the case in Canada. Yves Engler marshals damning detail on the long, surprising history of support from the New Democratic Party and labor unions for such policies and international interventions as the coup in Haiti, the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Korean War, and much more. The rhetoric of the mainstream left, he shows, has also tended to concede major points to the dominant war-mongering ideology, with prominent commentators such as Linda McQuaig and Stephen Lewis echoing the terminology of right-wing politicians and thinkers. More than simply diagnosing a problem, however, Left, Right offers a path forward, laying out ways to get us working for an ecologically sound, peace-promoting, and non-exploitative foreign policy.

Left and Right

The Great Dichotomy Revisited
Author: João Cardoso Rosas,Ana Rita Ferreira
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443855707
Category: Political Science
Page: 430
View: 9932
The “great dichotomy” between left and right has been a feature of pluralist politics since its emergence in modern times. Left and right are also central to the understanding of the political history of the twentieth century and may be gaining renewed visibility in the context of the current economic crisis, both in Europe and beyond. Should scholars think, once again, with and within the dichotomy, or can they think better beyond its strictures? The contributions to this volume provide answers to these and other questions in ways that are theoretically sound and empirically informed.

Left Right Of Your Heart (Hi-Lee Hi-Lo Hi-Lup-Up-Up)

as performed by Patti Page, Single Songbook
Author: Mort Garson,Earl Shuman,Patti Page
Publisher: Roba Digital Sheets
ISBN: 3841802060
Category: Music
Page: 7
View: 3548
This Ebook contains the score of the song in G-Major. It includes Piano, Vocals & Chords. The musical genre is Traditional Pop. Die Originalversion von "Left Right Of Your Heart (Hi-Lee Hi-Lo Hi-Lup-Up-Up)" wurde 1958 veröffentlicht. Von verschiedenen Künstlern wurden in den letzten Jahrzehnten zahlreiche Bearbeitungen des Songs angefertigt. Die bekannteste Version stammt von Patti Page. In dieser Ausgabe sind die Klaviernoten im Violin- und Bassschlüssel enthalten. Text, Akkorde und Gesangsmelodie sind separat notiert.

Left, Right, and Center

Voices from Across the Political Spectrum
Author: Robert Atwan,Jon Roberts
Publisher: Bedford/st Martins
ISBN: 9780312102005
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 620
View: 7570
This issue-centered thematic reader presents a range of provocative and politically balanced readings from the left, the right, and the center of the current political spectrum by journalists, activists, theorists, academics, and policy makers. Accompanying questions and writing assignments teach students to think and write critically about the selections and the issues they represent.

Left, Right, Out: The History of Third Parties in America

Author: David A. Epstein
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 057810654X
Category: Party affiliation
Page: 240
View: 3032
Left, Right, Out is the untold story of American political history. Exploring American history from its founding, David A. Epstein presents the phenomena that shaped the nation and its politics through the prism of third party politics. Whether short-lived or longer-lasting, each party examined in Left, Right, Out represents a unique and acute expression of the great social, economic, and political forces that influenced the evolution of the United States. Left, Right, Out reveals how much that we take for granted in American politics and society finds its origins in third party politics. Monumental movements such as Abolition, Prohibition, and Civil Rights, long associated with major party politics, originated in the efforts of pioneering third parties and their adherents. Left, Right, Out takes you into the remote corners of U.S. history and explores the forces and personalities forgotten in a standard reading of American political history.

Left, Right, Hand and Brain

The Right Shift Theory
Author: Marian Annett
Publisher: Psychology Press (UK)
Category: Cerebral dominance
Page: 474
View: 5973

Left/right Digest

Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Right and left (Political science)
Page: N.A
View: 2582