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2016, ISBN 1498539998, xxv, 189 pages
This book studies the history America's political parties and the challenges they face today. In the 2016 primaries the anti-establishment candidates had an... 
Political parties
Book
Journal Article
01/2016, ISBN 133946201X
This dissertation examines the evolution of American political parties as institutions and explores how useful they are to the political process now and going... 
Political science
Dissertation
New York Post (New York, NY), ISSN 1090-3321, 01/2002, p. 71
First up, on AMC, "Hello, He Lied," from producer Lynda Obst's Hollywood guide, "Hello, He Lied: And Other Truths from the Hollywood Trenches." From dishing to... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 04/1991
  Time Takes On Scientology "In reality, the church {of Scientology} is a hugely profitable global racket that survives by intimidating members and critics in... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 11/1991
  Julia Phillips may never eat lunch with the folks at Simon & Schuster again. Sources say folks at the publishing company are steaming because Phillips failed... 
Newspaper Article
MFS Modern Fiction Studies, ISSN 0026-7724, 2018, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 385 - 390
[...]despite the obvious divergences in the authors' takes on Wittgenstein—registering as they do the perennial debates about Wittgenstein's career that either... 
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, ‡d 1889-1951 | LeMahieu, Michael, ‡e author, ‡e editor | Zumhagen-Yekplé, Karen, ‡e author, ‡e editor | Ethics | Aesthetics | Poetry | Audience | Modernism | Philosophy
Journal Article
Newsday, 08/1991
  It's Not Write At Sinatra's House Not everyone believes the story that Barbara Sinatra and author Cliff Jahr had an amicable parting with regard to writing... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 10/1990
  Some Party! Even The Host Showed This one could qualify as the most media-superstar-filled author's book party in many a year. It started at 6:30 Tuesday... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 02/1992
  A new book that's creating a sensation might go a long way to explaining why the U.S. government has done every damned thing it can to send Joe Doherty back... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 10/1991
  Sydney: the Column And the Phone Line Sydney Biddle Barrows has turned advice columnist. Barrows recently signed an exclusive one-year contract with the... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 03/1992
  More Was Less With Maxwell The number of people the late Robert Maxwell cheated is just limitless. In addition to stealing millions of dollars from his... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 02/1992
  Who should show up the other day for lunch at the posh townhouse used by the conservative Manhattan Institute but City Council President Andrew (Is that a... 
Newspaper Article
Newsday, 02/1992
  Incensed Over Book It's tough to be a Mafia Princess because, if your father was the late Sam Giancana, his follies, followers and free-loaders keep kicking... 
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Newsday, 10/1991
  Murder, He Wrote The search for the book by the late Village Voice/Manhattan Spirit investigative reporter Max Cantor is taking on aspects of a murder... 
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Newsday, 08/1991
  WHO WAS THAT LADY? According to a source close to the source, one very (as in very) large PR firm is handling the whole William Kennedy Smith disaster. And... 
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Newsday, 10/1990
  Still Crazy After All These Years Remember "Call Me Miss Ross?" the book by Randy Taraborrelli? Well, the king of unauthorized autobios is at it again and... 
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Newsday, 05/1991
  SEVEN-CORPSE MEAL: Parapsychologist Stephen Kaplan, the teacher who hit the news a few years ago by claiming "The Amityville Horror" was a hoax, says that... 
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Newsday, 11/1990
  Kovic Does Battle With Vet Group Is it again a case of "my country right or wrong?" It sure seemed that way at the giant and gala VETCO (Veterans' Ensemble... 
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