A hilarious companion to the year’s political turmoil, featuring the work of Martin Rowson, Steve Bell, Peter Brookes, Nicola Jennings and many more . . . 2019 was the year of Brexit, obviously. But it was also the year that Donald Trump went haywire over Huawei, Theresa May got bounced by the backstop, Boris Johnson was hoisted into high office, and the country was corralled into a chaotic Christmas election. In Britain’s Best Political Cartoons 2019, our very finest satirists skewer everything from Kremlin collusion to no-deal confusion, offering a riotous ride through the last twelve months. And did we mention Brexit?
A hilarious companion to the year’s political turmoil, featuring the work of Martin Rowson, Steve Bell, Peter Brookes, Nicola Jennings and many more . . . 2019 was the year of Brexit, obviously.
Author: Tim Benson
Publisher: Random House
A cartoon companion to an unprecedented year in politics. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year of coronavirus: twelve months in which we collectively forgot about Brexit, to turn our attention to the NHS, furloughs and social distancing. All of us, that is, apart from Britain's political cartoonists. Here, our finest satirists turn their eyes to Covid and much more: from the never-ending Brexit psychodrama to the Labour leadership election to the next US president. Featuring the work of Steve Bell, Peter Brookes and Nicola Jennings, Britain's Best Political Cartoons is your trusty companion to another year of turmoil, tantrums and Trump.
17 September 2019 Rebecca Hendin Guardian Hendin's cartoon, which won the
award for political cartoon of the year, was created after Boris Johnson's chaotic
trip to Luxembourg to negotiate a Brexit agreement. Johnson was met with ...
Author: Tim Benson
Publisher: Random House
____________ A blockbuster collection of the year’s funniest political cartoons, featuring the work of Mac, Steve Bell, Peter Brookes and many more . . . 2018 was the year that Brexit got serious, royals got married, football got (briefly) feverish, and Trump got transformed into a giant baby blimp. In Britain’s Best Political Cartoons 2018, our very finest satirists turn their eyes and their pens to all these events and more, offering an incisive and often hilarious tour through a tumultuous twelve months.
Economists predicted that rail fares would rise by 3.5 per cent in 2019. The
announcement sparked anger among commuters, who had already experienced
a summer of chaos during which changes to the rail timetable had led to
hundreds of ...
Author: Tim Benson
Publisher: Random House
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The Primrose League's opinion of this cartoon would likely be one of (A)
indifference, since they saw both the benefits and drawbacks of ... This cartoon
could be used as evidence to support the claim that (A) European lands were not
immune to Great Britain's imperialism (B) Great ... His old companions were all
turning to the politicians; the famous Nihilists who made Europe tremble—sons of
Author: The Princeton Review
Publisher: Princeton Review
Category: Study Aids
Comic empires is an innovative collection of new scholarly research, exploring the relationship between imperialism and cartoons, caricature, and comic art.
This is the best-studied and best-appreciated period in scholarly terms (not least
for its scatological and sexual humour), and caricature ... as underscoring a
sense of an imperial, cartographic worldview.65 The public perception of Britain's
chief instrument of imperial control – the ... 67 But despite the importance of the
eighteenth century for the development of political cartoons as an art form, it was
in the ...
Author: Richard Scully
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Conservative Publication Department , St. Stephen's Chambers , S.W.
Innumerable leaflets on current political and fiscal questions . ... ( 117 ) The
London Education Act , 1903 : How to Make the Best of It , 20pp . ; ( 118 ) The
Secret of Rural Depopulation , by D. C. ... Liberal Pamphlets , by C. A. Glyde : ( 1 )
Liberal and Tory Hypocrisy , 32pp . ; ( 2 ) Britain's Disgrace , a plea for old - age ...
Leaflets and cartoons , Nos . 1,975 to 2,019 ; speeches by Sir H.
CampbellBannerman , J. Morley .
Customer-centric, market-driven solutions for fixing America’s broken healthcare system—from one of the industry’s most innovative thought leaders. Healthcare accounts for nearly a fifth of the U.S. economy. Everyone agrees that the current system is broken and in desperate need of repair. It should cost less, tackle chronic disease, and promote health. It requires a massive shift in resources from acute services to better care management, behavioral health, and primary care services. The question isn’t what to do. It’s how to do it. The revolution starts by meeting and supporting consumers’ real health needs. It’s time for American healthcare to serve the people. This is The Customer Revolution in Healthcare. Written by leading healthcare strategist and commentator David W. Johnson, this groundbreaking book is more than a wake-up call. It’s a point-by-point action plan to: • Blow up the “Healthcare Industrial Complex” • Liberate data and empower consumers with technology • Promote agile, innovative, and customer-centric “platform” companies • Reduce costs, improve service, and generate superior outcomes • Deliver personalized care with precisions and compassion • Explain and address America’s self-created opioid crisis • Provide affordable and accessible health insurance for all • Turbocharge the U.S. economy • Foster healthier communities Revolutionary healthcare empowers patients and providers alike. Competitive healthcare companies reconfigure inefficient business models to deliver appropriate, accessible, holistic, and reliable care at lower costs. Caregivers engage patients with insight and compassion informed by real-time data and analytics. Payers reward health companies that deliver great outcomes and great service at competitive prices while keeping members as healthy as possible. Investors fund innovative companies whose products and services delight customers. And consumers receive compassionate, affordable, convenient healthcare that meets their needs. Most important, The Customer Revolution in Healthcare provides a robust framework for aligning economic incentives with patient needs to deliver better outcomes at lower costs with superior customer service. The future of healthcare belongs to innovative customer-centric health companies that deliver kinder, smarter, more affordable care—to all.
here were no TV shows to capture the zeitgeist in prerevolutionary America, but
there were some great political cartoons. Benjamin ... The American colonies
smoldered under Britain's heavy-handed management of their affairs. Britain ...
Author: David W Johnson
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Business & Economics
‘Concise, elegant and lucid ... A very useful primer on the delusions of an English mentality’ Guardian What do we get wrong about Britain’s history and its place in the world?
Is one with Nineveh and Tyre! An 1879 Punch cartoon by John Tenniel shows
John Bull the ox carrying the world's woes on his back – Russia, Afghanistan,
Egypt, Scotland (a recent ... Britain's Victorian and Edwardian leaders sought
strategies that might save their unlikely empire from a Roman fate. How best to
deal with jealous rivals? ... Would British imperialism undermine political liberty at
Author: David Reynolds
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
The year's best articles from the leading on-line source of new research on the Revolution and Founding eras The Journal of the American Revolution, Annual Volume 2019, presents the journal's best historical research and writing over the past calendar year. The volume is designed for institutions, scholars, and enthusiasts to provide a convenient overview of the latest research and scholarship in American Revolution and Founding Era studies. The thirty-eight articles in the 2019 edition include: Join, or Die: Political and Religious Controversy Over Franklin's Snake Cartoon by Daniel P. Stone The Connecticut Captivity of William Franklin, Loyalist by Louis Arthur Norton Revisiting the Prayer at Valley Forge by Blake McGready John the Painter: Terrorist for America by Lars Hedbor Who Picked the Committees at the Constitutional Convention? by David O. Stewart Norfolk, Virginia, Sacked by North Carolina and Virginia Troops by Patrick H. Hannum Elias Hasket Derby: The Privateer Who Pioneered the Russian Trade by Nick Deluca Benedict Arnold's Master Plan (for British) Victory by John Knight China and the American Revolution by Simon Hill Moravians in the Middle: The Gnadenhutten Massacre by Eric Sterner Slavery Through the Eyes of Revolutionary Generals by Gene Procknow Our Man in Minorca: Lewis Littlepage, American Volunteer with the Spanish Armed Forces by Larrie D. Ferreiro Patrick Tonyn: Britain's Most Effective Revolutionary-Era Royal Governor by Jim Piecuch Jefferson's Reckoning: The Sage of Monticello's Haunting Final Years by Geoff Smock
These annual volumes are designed for institutions, scholars, and enthusiasts alike to provide a convenient overview of the latest research and scholarship in American Revolution studies." --
Author: Don N. Hagist
The City Grump Rides Out is a collection of clever, acerbic and, at times, downright hilarious commentaries on the business and political landscape of the United Kingdom. Through his colourful and observant prose, the City Grump roots out some of the absurdities perpetrated by the leaders and institutions of the country. For the past nine years, the City Grump has been turning his fire on those he believes we would be better off without in his regular column for Real Business. Now, he compiles these popular articles covering contemporary finance, politics, Europe and society in a topical book for equally grumpy readers with a cover illustrated by Britain’s most famous living cartoonist, Gerald Scarfe. But the Grump, who trod the Square Mile for three decades as a successful fund manager is not solely negative. Through his debut book, he raises a glass to small business whose entrepreneurs are the foundation of the UK. Leaders beware…
The City Grump Rides Out is a collection of clever, acerbic and, at times, downright hilarious commentaries on the business and political landscape of the United Kingdom.
Author: The City Grump
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
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Great Sea Fight , " 204 . FOWKE , ( Brig . ... FRIEDLANDER , Charles , Britain's
New African Colony . " 1149 . FROHMAN ... World politics , 140 . Germany and
Particularly good on Mondrian , but comes no nearer to our own time than
Jackson Pollock , who would be grandfather age by ... The cartoon illustrations
are deliberately crude and conventional , graphically conveying such crude and
conventional views ... BOOKS wiera 2019 substance of her ideas , the
wholehearted activity of her life and brave and brutal manner of her ... is possible
in Luxemburg's case , and her ideas are duly summarised and her main political
activities recounted .
Category: Great Britain
... ( 117 ) The London Education Act , 1903 : How to Make the Best of It , 20pp . ; (
118 ) The Secret of Rural Depopulation , by D. C. Pedder ... Outspoken criticism
of Irish social problems , theoretical and practical ; politics , religion , education ,
administration , local ... Liberal Pamphlets , by C. A. Glyde : ( 1 ) Liberal and Tory
Hypocrisy , 32pp . ; ( 2 ) Britain's Disgrace , a plea for old - age ... Leaflets and
cartoons , Nos . 1,975 to 2,019 ; speeches by Sir H. CampbellBannerman , J.
Category: Great Britain
BERKELEY Performer CITY SPARK ( c / o Christine Hanson , 2019 Carleton ,
94704 ; 415-548-8947 ) A dance band playing ... we create , so our goal is to
offer a dance / party alternative using lyrics that are political , non - sexist , and
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woman folk - singer , Frankie has sung with Ewan MacColl , Peggy Seeger , at
the Great ...
Colin Jordan was one of the most influential postwar National Socialists activists and thinkers, with a political career that spanned over 40 years. This book, first published in 1993, expounds his views on topics of historical and current interest. It is divided into three sections and contains eleven essays in total. These essays discuss Adolf Hitler, denounce Strasserites and "Hollywood Nazis," Richard Walther Darré's Green movement and Rudolf Hess's death, before outlining the philosophical principles of National Socialism and makes some practical suggestions for obtaining political power.
These essays discuss Adolf Hitler, denounce Strasserites and "Hollywood Nazis," Richard Walther Darré's Green movement and Rudolf Hess's death, before outlining the philosophical principles of National Socialism and makes some practical ...
Author: Colin Jordan