Canada S Jews

Author: Louis Rosenberg
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773511095
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Canada S Jews from the Author: Louis Rosenberg. Louis Rosenberg's Canada's Jews is a pioneering study of the demographic, sociological, cultural, and economic dimensions of Canadian Jewish life in the 1930s. It provides a comprehensive portrait of a community struggling with the insecurities of recent immigration, the early seductions of assimilation, and a second-class status sustained by anti-Semitism. Originally published in 1939 by the Canadian Jewish Congress in Montreal, Canada's Jews has long been out-of-print.

Eastern Interlude

Author: Roger Pearson
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ISBN: 9781878465474
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Eastern Interlude from the Author: Roger Pearson.

Fifty Years Of Sri Lanka S Independence

Author: Sri Lanka Institute of Social and Economic Studies
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Fifty Years Of Sri Lanka S Independence from the Author: Sri Lanka Institute of Social and Economic Studies.

Business Managers In Ancient Rome

Author: Jean Jacques Aubert
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ISBN: 9789004100381
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Business Managers In Ancient Rome from the Author: Jean Jacques Aubert. Business Managers in Ancient Rome deals with the law of indirect agency in the classical period and explores the technical aspects and historical development of a set of praetorian remedies (actiones adiecticiae qualitatis), their role in the economy and their incidence on the society. By bringing together various kinds of evidence (legal, literary, epigraphical, archaeological, numismatic, comparative, and accessorily, papyrological), this study attempts to sketch the social and economic history of an important chapter of the Roman law of obligations.

Terrorism

Author: Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309086124
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Terrorism from the Author: Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism. The events and aftermath of September 11, 2001, profoundly changed the course of history of the nation. They also brought the phenomenon known as terrorism to the forefront of the nation's consciousness. As it became thus focused, the limits of scientific understanding of terrorism and the capacity to develop policies to deal with it became even more evident. The objective of this report is to bring behavioral and social science perspectives to bear on the nature, determinants, and domestic responses to contemporary terrorism as a way of making theoretical and practical knowledge more adequate to the task. It also identifies areas of research priorities for the behavioral and social sciences.