5 edition of Arms and the State found in the catalog.
August 25, 1995
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
Nuclear Arms Race. Though the United States and the Soviet Union were tentative allies during World War II, their alliance soured after Nazi Germany surrendered in May The United States. Arms and the Woman: Classical Tradition and Women Writers in the Venetian Renaissance by Francesca D’Alessandro Behr focuses on the classical reception in the works of female authors active in Venice during the Early Modern Age. Even in this relatively liberal city, women had restricted access to education and were subject to deep-seated.
The Seal uses as its central element the Coat of Arms of Massachusetts. An official emblem of the State, the Coat of Arms was adopted by the Legislature in , and then reaffirmed by Governor John Hancock and his Council on Decem The present rendition of the seal was drawn by resident-artist Edmund : Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem. In his classic study The Profession of Arms, General Hackett stated, “The function of the profession of arms is the ordered application of force in the resolution of a social or political problem.” 3 The essential task of its members is to fight, individually and collectively; of its officers, to direct and lead those who apply the.
A detailed study of the arms and armour of Teutonic troops in Medieval Prussia. A discussion of the sources is followed by a weapon by weapon account of defensive arms (helmet armour and shield) and offensive arms (sword, side arm, staff weapons, butt weapons, shooting weapons, hand firearm and knightly belt). There is also a discussion of horse armour and harness. It is unexpected in any era to find a woman writing a book on the art of warfare, but in the fifteenth century it was unbelievable. Not surprisingly, therefore, Christine de Pizan's The Book of Deeds of Arms and of Chivalry, written around , has often been regarded with disdain. Many have assumed that Christine was simply copying or pilfering earlier military manuals.
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It is a fascinating story of the domestic politics, the foreign policy and strategic calculations, the manipulation of the press and the bureaucratic intrigues that lay behind the invention, production and proliferation of the first weapons of mass destruction.
Arms and the University probes various dimensions of the tense relationship between the military and the university. Developing and applying a theory of civic and liberal education, this book shows how some military presence on campus can contribute to the diversity of ideas and the education of all by: 6.
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flag 5 likes /5. The Soldier and the State: The Theory and Politics of Civil-Military Relations is a book written by political scientist Samuel P.
the book, Huntington advances the theory of objective civilian control, according to which the optimal means of asserting control over the armed forces is to professionalize them. This is in contrast to subjective control, which involves Author: Samuel P. Huntington. Order here, from the Circuit Court for the City of 's pretty straightforward.
The Virginia statute that establishes a governor's powers in an emergency specifically says these powers do not allow the governor to "in any way limit or prohibit the rights of the people to keep and bar arms" as protected by the Virginia Constitution and the Second Amendment.
This book] provides the kind of scholarly resource that educated citizens need to think for themselves, a rich digest of primary sources documenting--in their own words--the views, motives, and intentions of the Framers, historic commentators, legislators, and judiciary who have debated the right to keep and bear arms from the origins of our republic.
The high degree of state control of arms production and exports (directly or via licensing) had the effect, as the English case demonstrated, of keeping production at or near the level needed to supply domestic needs only; thus the pace of technological Author: Keith Krause.
Arms and Influence book. Read 30 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this landmark book, Nobel laureate Thomas C. Schelling consid /5. The Arm makes it official—Jeff Passan is the best young baseball writer in America. This searing, meticulously reported account of the orthopedic revolution that began with Tommy John is must reading for every manager, general manager, pitcher and, most especially, every parent whose child has mph dreams/5(3).
To understand the evolutionary dynamic of the global arms transfer and production system, one must first untangle the forces that generate the demand for the production and trade in weapons and second, explain the way in which this demand may change over : Keith Krause.
Guy Lawson s Arms and the Dudes is a triumph of investigative reporting and storytelling. This book is a mind-blowing account of how two kids turned themselves into some of the world s biggest weapons dealers in the chaotic years of the Iraq war/5().
The Narrow Corridor: States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty, by Daron Acemoğlu and James A. Robinson, is an interesting book that examines state building and state capacity in terms of the relationship between society and the state/5(68). Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw, whose title comes from the opening words of Virgil's Aeneid, in Latin: Arma virumque cano ("Of arms and the man I sing").
 The play was first produced on 21 April at the Avenue Theatre and published in as part of Shaw's Plays Pleasant volume, which also included Candida, You Never Can Tell, and The Place premiered: Avenue Theatre.
Arms and the Man is a comedy written by George Bernard Shaw, and was first produced in and published inand has become one of the most popular plays of George Bernard Shaw.
Like his other works, Arms and the Man questions conventional values and uses war and love as his satirical targets. This edition of Arms and the Man is in the form of a paperback book/5.
Arms from the Sea book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A young sculptor from the State of Salt swallows a poison pill t /5.
Arms and the Dudes includes mafiosi, hustlers, Kyrgyz secret police, blackmail, transnational grudges, and a shocking indictment of how America became the globe’s leading arms dealer. Journalist Guy Lawson’s latest may be nonfiction, but it’s bloody entertaining.3/5(1). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. The Second Amendment, ratified inis one of 10 amendments that form the Bill of Rights. It establishes the right to bear arms and figures prominently in the long-running debate over gun control.State Arms of the Union.
Published in by Louis Prang and illustrated by Henry Mitchell, State Arms of the Union contains a chromolithographed title page depicting the Great Seal of the United States and seven color plates with 45 state and territorial coats of arms.
The book was likely published for the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition.