Haiti After the Coup

Sweatshop Or Real Development? : a Special Delegation Report
Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Economic assistance, American
Page: 61
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The Coup

1953, the CIA, and the Roots of Modern U.S.-Iranian Relations
Author: Ervand Abrahamian
Publisher: The New Press
ISBN: 1595588264
Category: History
Page: 277
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"A history of the CIA's 1953 coup in Iran and its aftermath"--Provided by publisher.

The Coup

A Novel
Author: Jamie Malanowski
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385523041
Category: Fiction
Page: 240
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A savagely funny and knowing political satire about a vice president with an irresistible itch to move up a notch. Godwin Pope, the current vice president of the United States, is bored out of his skull. The one-time software billionaire and hyperconfident alpha male has been reduced to the most empty tasks while the administration of President Jack Mahone sinks lower and lower in the polls with every gaffe and self-generated fiasco. Into his orbit swings Maggie Newbold, the sexy fallen-star journalist with a bad habit of sleeping with her sources, who's on a rehabilitation tour with Newsbreak magazine. Pope sees in Maggie the instrument of his salvation, and he sets into motion a plot of incredible subtlety (and, he believes, untraceability) whereby the Mahone administration will be so tarred by scandal that even though the president didn't actually do anything, he'll have no choice but to resign. Leaving the chair in the Oval Office vacant for Pope's ascension, just as he deserves. Drawing on our current political climate (the incestuous relationship between the press and the politicians, government agendas driven by scandal and spin, raging ambition and toxic competition at the highest levels) while telling an unforgettable and ingeniously plotted story, The Coup is deliciously cynical, unsurpassingly witty—and dismayingly believable.

Coup D'etat

A Practical Handbook
Author: Edward Luttwak
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674175471
Category: History
Page: 215
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The coup is the most frequently attempted method of changing government, and the most successful. Coup dâe(tm)Ã%tat outlines the mechanism of the coup and analyzes the conditionsâe"political, military, and social, that gives rise to it. In doing so, the book sheds much light on societies where power does indeed grow out of the barrel of a gun and the role of law is a concept little understood.

After the Coup

An Ethnographic Reframing of Guatemala 1954
Author: Timothy J. Smith,Abigail E Adams
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252094026
Category: Social Science
Page: 184
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This exceptional collection revisits the aftermath of the 1954 coup that ousted the democratically elected Guatemalan president Jacobo Arbenz. Contributors frame the impact of 1954 not only in terms of the liberal reforms and coffee revolutions of the nineteenth century, but also in terms of post-1954 U.S. foreign policy and the genocide of the 1970s and 1980s. This volume is of particular interest in the current era of the United States' re-emerging foreign policy based on preemptive strikes and a presumed clash of civilizations. Recent research and the release of newly declassified U.S. government documents underscore the importance of reading Guatemala's current history through the lens of 1954. Scholars and researchers who have worked in Guatemala from the 1940s to the present articulate how the coup fits into ethnographic representations of Guatemala. Highlighting the voices of individuals with whom they have lived and worked, the contributors also offer an unmatched understanding of how the events preceding and following the coup played out on the ground. Contributors are Abigail E. Adams, Richard N. Adams, David Carey Jr., Christa Little-Siebold, Judith M. Maxwell, Victor D. Montejo, June C. Nash, and Timothy J. Smith.

Return to the Darkest Days

Human Rights in Haiti Since the Coup
Author: Anne Fuller
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
ISBN: 9781564320544
Category: Civil rights
Page: 20
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The Coup D'état

A Drama in Five Acts First Performed at Burton's New Theatre, New York, March 10 1858 ...
Author: F. Widdows
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: France
Page: 21
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After the Coup

A Tor.Com Original
Author: John Scalzi
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429952121
Category: Fiction
Page: 32
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In a universe of harsh interstellar conflict, the practice of interspecies diplomacy—when possible—is important. So being a Colonial Union officer attached to an interplanetary diplomatic mission sometimes means taking a fall. Literally. John Scalzi's Old Man's War was one of the most popular SF debut novels of the last decade; its sequels are The Ghost Brigades, The Last Colony,and Zoe's Tale. Other novels include The Android's Dream and Agent to the Stars. His collection of material from his weblog The Whatever, Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded, won the Hugo Award in 2009. He won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2006, and was elected President of the Science Fiction Writers of America in 2010. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Coup

A Play of Revolutionary Dreams
Author: Mustapha Matura
Publisher: Methuen
ISBN: N.A
Category: Coups d'état
Page: 69
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"The most perceptive and humane of Black dramatists writing in Britain" (New Statesman) Mustapha Matura's farcical, fictional coup, set in an independent Trinidad and Tobago, swings with the fluid language and magical lyricism of the Caribbean and explores the chimerical quality of nationhood where foreign money overpowers dreams.

Dangers to England of the Alliance with the Men of the Coup D'état

To which are Added, the Personal Confessions of the December Conspirators, and Some Biographical Notices of the Most Notorious of Them
Author: Victor Schoelcher
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: France
Page: 194
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The Coup


Author: John Charles Gifford
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475987749
Category: Fiction
Page: 344
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In 1980, the world is teetering on the edge of darkness. The president of the Republic of Liberia, Charles Dunbar Cooper, is preparing to sign a treaty with the Soviet Union that will remove the presence of America in West Africa and signal the continued spread of Communism on the continent—an event that both American and European intelligence agents are working to prevent. CIA officer Tom Walsh is used to traveling to Monrovia as an undercover journalist who collects sensitive information—but Walsh knows this trip will be unlike any before. Assigned to an operation with French intelligence agent Yvette Dubois to prevent the Soviet takeover of Liberia, Walsh knows they are under the gun. With just days to organize key members of the Liberian government and army and stop President Cooper from traveling to Moscow, Walsh and Dubois soon find nothing is going as planned. One of their key players is assassinated while another is arrested and charged in a series of ritual murders. During a demonstration in the capital protesting the government crackdown on human rights, both civilians and soldiers are killed. The government foils an attempted coup and then must defend itself against another. As the oldest republic and the most stable government on the African continent tumbles headlong into a maelstrom of nightmare and chaos, sucking in everything within its radius, two spies face the mission of their lives, leaving them to wonder if either will make it out alive.

Paris in December, 1851

Or, The Coup D't́at of Napoleon III.
Author: Eugène Ténot,Sherman Walcott Adams,A. H. Brandon
Publisher: London : [s.n.]
ISBN: N.A
Category: France
Page: 350
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The Coup

A Novel
Author: John Updike
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0679645713
Category: Fiction
Page: 320
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The Coup describes violent events in the imaginary African nation of Kush, a large, landlocked, drought-ridden, sub-Saharan country led by Colonel Hakim Félix Ellelloû. (“A leader,” writes Colonel Ellelloû, “is one who, out of madness or goodness, takes upon himself the woe of a people. There are few men so foolish.”) Colonel Ellelloû has four wives, a silver Mercedes, and a fanatic aversion—cultural, ideological, and personal—to the United States. But the U.S. keeps creeping into Kush, and the repercussions of this incursion constitute the events of the novel. Colonel Ellelloû tells his own story—always elegantly, and often in the third person—from an undisclosed location in the South of France. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Coup in Fiji

Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, October 8, 1987
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Coups d' état
Page: 44
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The Coup Maker


Author: Caleb Havebond
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469132400
Category: Fiction
Page: 482
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Colonel James Carlton, a decorated veteran pilot of the United States Air Force in the Vietnam War, is haunted by a nightmarish event that occurred one, deep behind enemy lines in the ravaged jungles of Vietnam, perpetrated by men within Americas shadow Government. Victor Matine is a clandestine C.I.A covert operative, known as an untouchable; Victor carries out the Agencies various black bag operations around the world in his illustrious thirty eight year career. Colonel Carlton is an F-4 Phantom fighter pilot stationed out of the 433rd tactical fighting wing in Ubon Thailand, whilst on a routine bombing mission he is shot down and safely ejects into the jungle, leading him into a perilous situation below.

The Coup at Catholic University

The 1968 Revolution in American Catholic Education
Author: Peter M. Mitchell
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1681496569
Category: Religion
Page: 320
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1968 witnessed perhaps the greatest revolution in the history of the Catholic Church in the United States. It was led by Fr. Charles Curran, professor of Theology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, with more than 500 theologians who signed a "Statement of Dissent" that declared Catholics were not bound in conscience to follow the Church's teaching in the encyclical of Pope Paul VI, Humanae Vitae, that said artificial contraception is morally wrong because it is destructive of the good of Christian marriage. The battle at Catholic University centered on the major question in Catholic higher education during the turbulent years after the Second Vatican Council, "What is the meaning of academic freedom at a Catholic university?" Curran and the dissenting theologians maintained they needed to be free to teach without constraint by any outside authority, including the bishops. The bishops maintained that the American tradition of religious freedom guaranteed the right of religiously-affiliated schools to require their professors to teach in accord with the authority of their church. This book uses never-before published material from the personal papers of the key players at CUA to tell the inside story of the dramatic events that unfolded there. Beginning with the 1967 faculty-led strike in support of Curran, this book reveals the content of the internal discussions between the key bishops on the CUA Board of Trustees. This work attempts to disprove both the standard "liberal" and "conservative" interpretation of the events of 1968, suggesting that the culture of dissent was a direct fruit of the excessive legalism and authoritarianism which marked the Church in the years preceding Vatican II. Because the polarization in 1968 has continued to define the experience of many American Catholics and has had an ongoing effect on Catholic education, this work should be extremely interesting to those who want to understand the past so as to move forward with a greater awareness of the strengths and weaknesses of Catholic education in the United States.

Thailand Four Years After the Coup


Author: Poowin Bunyavejchewin
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1446634914
Category:
Page: 36
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After the 2006 coup d'état, there were many unusual incidents in Thailand, some of which involved considerable bloodshed, which originated from clashes between those in power and dissenters. This article considers how political institutions in Thailand are structured, and the author argues that, in order to effectively assess the state of Thai politics after the coup, an analysis of the structures of political legitimacy in the country is essential. The author will be exploring the way in which political legitimacy is generally determined by the established power holders, especially the monarchy and its allies. The ideologies and beliefs of recent dissenters will also be examined in detail.

Winter of the Coup


Author: Carter Travis Young
Publisher: Western Series Level II (24)
ISBN: 9781643580678
Category:
Page: 500
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It was a strange mission -- to find, dead or alive, the notorious Indian Chief White Wolf. It was an even stranger search party, headed by an impressive, grandly outfitted promoter, escorted by a troop of U.S. Cavalry, and including a vicious card sharp with a game as deadly as his gun and a down-on-his-luck cowboy whose try for a $500 reward leads down a trail where treachery, betrayal, and death lurk at every bend.

Lando Cruz and the Coup Conspiracy

A Dystopian Science Fiction Adventure
Author: George Donnelly
Publisher: George Donnelly
ISBN: 1941939007
Category: Fiction
Page: 425
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The United States is in slow-motion economic collapse. The Three Strikes Act funnels the unemployed masses into a national network of work camps for the most trivial of infractions. Lando Cruz is a scrappy rebel who risks his final strike on the streets of Philadelphia by trading illegal currencies under cover of a burrito stand. He spends his days bribing dirty cops, fending off undercover federal agents and shepherding his little sister through adolescence. Lando is getting by until beat cops seize his savings and kidnap his sister for ransom. He has thirty days to raise the hard cash he needs to free her before she is sold into sex slavery. His only chance is a lucrative job offer from the black market rebellion's paramilitary startup, the Core. He risks both his life and his principles to get his sister back before time runs out.

Letters of an Englishman ou Louis Napoleon, the Empire and the coup d ́état


Author: LUDOVICUS NAPOLEON
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 162
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