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Standard 6 - Second Term Tamil - Tamil Nadu Board

by Tamil Nadu Government

Standard 6 Tamil Medium,Second Term sylabus for the subject Tamil.

Tamil Standard 7 - Second Term - TamilNadu Board

by Tamil Nadu Government

Standard 7 Tamil Medium,Second Term sylabus for the subject Tamil.

First Great Triumph: How Five Americans Made Their Country a World Power

by Warren Zimmermann

American history around 1900 with a focus on five figures.

The Words That Built America

by Georgia Department of Education

This collection of documents creates civic awareness, and an understanding of the values that make America great.

Tinderbox: U.S. Foreign Policy And The Roots Of Terrorism

by Stephen Zunes

Will our democracy be defined by dominance? Or by the higher values we constantly espouse? This is the central question facing us in the wake of 9/11, and Stephen Zunes shows the prospects are not promising.

Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department

by Dean Acheson

In these memoirs by the former Secretary of State, Dean Acheson sees himself as having been "present at the creation" of the American century. Acheson's policies were praised by many and damned by others, including Joseph McCarthy.<P><P> Pulitzer Prize Winner

An Unbreakable Cycle:Drug Dependency Treatment, Mandatory Confinement, and HIV/AIDS in China’s Guangxi Province

by Human Rights Watch

In China, illicit drug use is an administrative offense and Chinese law dictates that drug users "must be rehabilitated." In reality, police raids on drug users often drive them underground, away from methadone clinics, needle exchange sites, and other proven HIV prevention services. And every year Chinese police send tens of thousands of drug users to mandatory drug treatment centers, often for years, without trial or due process. This report finds that most mandatory treatment centers, while ostensibly meant to provide drug treatment, do not actually offer forms of drug dependence treatment internationally recognized as effective. Mostly, drug users are forced to work or to spend their days in crowded cells little different from prisons.

Future Forsaken: Abuses Against Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in India

by Human Rights Watch

This 209-page report documents how many doctors refuse to treat or even touch HIV-positive children. Some schools expel or segregate children because they or their parents are HIV-positive. Many orphanages and other residential institutions reject HIV-positive children or deny that they house them. Children from families affected by AIDS may be denied an education, pushed onto the street, forced into the worst forms of child labor, or otherwise exploited, all of which puts them at greater risk of contracting HIV.

Neighbors In Need: Zimbabweans Seeking Refuge in South Africa

by Human Rights Watch

This 119-page report examines South Africa's decision to treat Zimbabweans merely as voluntary economic migrants and its failure to respond effectively to stop the human rights abuses and economic deprivation in Zimbabwe that cause their flight and to address their needs in South Africa. Human Rights Watch spoke to almost 100 Zimbabweans in South Africa about their plight.

Suffering in Silence: The Links between Human Rights Abuses and HIV Transmission to Girls in Zambia

by Human Rights Watch

Sexual abuse of girls in Zambia fuels the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the strikingly higher HIV prevalence among girls than boys, Human Rights Watch said today. Concerted national and international efforts to protect the rights of girls and young women are key to curbing the AIDS epidemic's destructive course.


by Virginia Woolf Louise Desalvo

An earlier version of Woolf's novel The Voyage Out.

Censorship, Inc.: The Corporate Threat to Free Speech in the United States

by Lawrence Soley

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is a landmark in the defense of free speech against government interference and suppression. In this book we come to see how it also acts as a smokescreen behind which a more dangerous and insidious threat to free speech can operate. Soley shows how as corporate power has grown and come to influence the issues on which ordinary Americans should be able to speak out, so new strategies have developed to restrict free speech on issues in which corporations and property-owners have an interest. Censorship, Inc. is a comprehensive examination of the vast array of corporate practices which restrict free speech in the United States today in fields as diverse as advertsing and the media, the workplace, community life, and the environment. Soley also shows how these threats to free speech have been resisted by activism, legal argument, and through legislation. Grounded in extensive research into actual cases, this book is at the same time a challenge to conventional thinking about the nature of censorship and free speech.

On Bended Knee: The Press and the Reagan Presidency

by Mark Hertsgaard

Examines relationship and coverage of press during Reagan presidency.

Children as Teachers of Peace

by Gerald G. Jampolsky

This book by our children is the result of a joyous journey. From the day we were inspired by the realization of the truth in the words "Children as Teachers of Peace"... to the invitation we issued that same week to children throughout the country to express their thoughts and advice about peace... to the day only five weeks later when this book was delivered to the publisher, we have been profoundly moved by the truth our children speak for all of us.

The Federal Farm Fable

by Paul Findley

The Federal Farm Fable attempts to analyze America's farm policies in the Sixties and to suggest proposals for remedying our present farm problems in concern for American Agriculture.

War On Iraq: What Team Bush Doesn't Want You to Know

by William Rivers Pitt Scott Ritter

Iraq and our involvements in the twentieth century.

A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution

by Carol Berkin

Constitutional history.

The Chemical Feast: The Ralph Nader Study Group Report on Food Protection and the Food and Drug Administration

by James S. Turner

For years the Food Group, as the food lobby is known in Washington, has nearly determined the limits of public dialogue and public policy about food quality. This report provides effective understanding of the secrecy-clouded situation.

The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power

by Max Boot

The smaller wars in which the United States has participated, and there are about one hundred eighty of them.

Inveighing We Will Go

by William F. Buckley Jr.

Another collection of writing from William F. Buckley Jr., discussing such varied issues as the economy, religion, politics, education and communication.

The Mission: Waging War and Keeping Peace With America's Military

by Dana Priest

Critical of our statesmanship.

Up from Liberalism

by William F. Buckley Jr.

A stinging critique not only of the principles of Liberalism -- or, perhaps better, the "no-principles" of Liberalism -- but of the behavior of some of Liberalism's principal architects.

War Without End: The Rise of Islamist Terrorism and the Global Response

by Dilip Hiro

This book provides the historical and political context to explain acts of terror, including the September 11th, and the bombing of American Embassies in Nairobi and Dar as Salaam and the West's responses. Providing a brief history of Islam as a religion and as socio-political ideology, Dilip Hiro goes on to outline the Islamist movements that have thrived in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, and their changing relationship with America. It is within this framework that the rising menace of Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaida network is discussed. The Pentagon's amazingly swift victory over the Taliban in Afghanistan is examined along with implications of the Bush Doctrine, encapsulated in his declaration, 'so long as anybody is terrorizing established governments, there needs to be a war' - a recipe for war without end.

Into Tibet: The CIA's First Atomic Spy and his Secret Expedition to Lhasa

by Thomas Laird

Our secret and not very praiseworthy treatment of Tibet since World War II.

The Crisis of the Old Order 1919-1933 (The Age of Roosevelt, Vol. I)

by Arthur M. Schlesinger

This is Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.'s account of the period following the first World War, 1919-1933, which saw the rise of big business and its fall into the Great Depression beginning in 1929, followed by the election of Franklin Roosevelt to the presidency in 1933.

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