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Book Review: Nativism, Discrimination, And Images Of Immigrants, Lynn Dumenil Mar 1994

Book Review: Nativism, Discrimination, And Images Of Immigrants, Lynn Dumenil

Lynn Dumenil

No abstract provided.


China's Gilded Age, Xiao-Huang Yin Mar 1994

China's Gilded Age, Xiao-Huang Yin

Xiao-huang Yin

The article reports on social change in China. The transition from a centrally planned economy to a free market has set off an economic explosion and generated tremendous prosperity. According to the author, there are no signs of political liberalization in China and the power of the National People's Congress has increased significantly. The article discusses widespread corruption in China and the gulf between the prosperity of urban centers and the poverty of rural areas.


The Civil Sword And The Scottish Kirk, 1560–1600, Michael Graham Mar 1994

The Civil Sword And The Scottish Kirk, 1560–1600, Michael Graham

Michael F. Graham

This volume presents the evolution of Calvin’s ideas in the latter part of the sixteenth and early part of the seventeenth centuries along national lines. Calvin’s influence is traced in Switzerland, France, Scotland, the Rhinelands, Holland, and England. As John Leith points out in his “Foreword,” this book enables many American Protestants to understand their history, how they came to believe what they do, how scholastic theology of the nineteenth century is firmly rooted in later Calvinism.


De Multro, Traditione Et Occisione Gloriosi Karoli Comitis Flandriarum, Galbert Bruges Dec 1993

De Multro, Traditione Et Occisione Gloriosi Karoli Comitis Flandriarum, Galbert Bruges

Jeff Rider

Rider's edition is the first to be based on representatives of both the Multrum's manuscript traditions since the Bollandists' heavily emended seventeenth-century edition. It offers the first complete and accurate critical apparatus for the text including all the variants of the existing manuscripts and early editions. It also takes into account emendations suggested by scholars since the mid-nineteenth century (Köpke, Pirenne, Thomas and Ross). Readers are thus provided with all the surviving textual evidence and may evaluate for themselves the editor's decisions. Rider's text also indicates, for the first time, the original divisions of the Multrum ...


Yugoslavia, Nick Miller Dec 1993

Yugoslavia, Nick Miller

Nick Miller

No abstract provided.