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Booknotes : on American character, [compiled by] Brian Lamb

Label
Booknotes : on American character
Title
Booknotes
Title remainder
on American character
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] Brian Lamb
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973
Index
index present
LC call number
E169.1
LC item number
.B74 2004
Literary form
non fiction
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1941-
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Lamb, Brian
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  • National characteristics, American
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Authors, American
Target audience
adult
Label
Booknotes : on American character, [compiled by] Brian Lamb
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Collection of essays by various authors based on interviews originally held on the television program Booknotes
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 22
  • Fox Butterfield on a History of Violence in America
  • 359
  • Dorothy Rabinowitz on the Child Molestation Cases of the Early 1980s
  • 367
  • Edward Lazarus on the Modern Supreme Court
  • 374
  • Sandra Day O'Connor on the Early Years of the First Female Justice
  • 383
  • Eric Schlosser on America's Black Market in Sex and Drugs
  • 390
  • Joseph Martin Hernon on Character and Characters in the U.S. Senate
  • American Inventors and Businessmen
  • Kirkpatrick Sale on Robert Fulton and the Steamboat
  • 397
  • Charles Slack on Charles Goodyear and Rubber Vulcanization
  • 406
  • Peter Krass on Andrew Carnegie
  • 413
  • Daniel Stashower on Philo T. Farnsworth: The Inventor of Television
  • 421
  • Jennet Conant on the Tuxedo Park Science Laboratory
  • 28
  • 429
  • Michael Paterniti on a Road Trip with Albert Einstein's Brain
  • 439
  • Ellen Joan Pollock on Martin Frankel's Financial Scams
  • 446
  • Monica Langley on Sandy Weill and the Rise of Citicorp
  • 452
  • Our Cultural Heritage
  • Simon Winchester on William Minor and the Oxford English Dictionary
  • 461
  • Eliot A. Cohen on Leadership in Wartime
  • Linda H. Davis on Stephen Crane, Civil War Novelist
  • 468
  • Richard Lingeman on Sinclair Lewis, Novelist and Social Critic
  • 474
  • Linda Simon on William James, Popular Intellectual
  • 481
  • John Taliaferro on Gutzon Borglum, Creator of Mount Rushmore
  • 488
  • Laura Claridge on Norman Rockwell's Portraits of America
  • 496
  • 34
  • Simon Worrall on the Forged Poem of Emily Dickinson
  • 503
  • Isaac Stern on a Life in Music
  • 510
  • Michael Eric Dyson on Tupac Shakur and Hip-Hop Culture
  • 517
  • Brian Burrell on America's Mottoes and Pledges
  • 524
  • James W. Loewen on Teaching U.S. History
  • 527
  • Frank J. Williams and Edward Steers Jr. on Abraham Lincoln
  • Wayne Fields on Presidential Rhetoric
  • 535
  • 41
  • Roy Morris Jr. on the Disputed Election of 1876
  • 49
  • Kenneth D. Ackerman on James A. Garfield
  • Ann Coulter on Views from the Right
  • 58
  • Eric Rauchway on the McKinley Assassination
  • 67
  • Phyllis Lee Levin on Edith and Woodrow Wilson
  • 77
  • Lee Edwards on Walter Judd: Doctor, Missionary, Congressman
  • 83
  • Steve Neal on Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower: A Presidential Partnership
  • 92
  • Gilbert C. Fite on Senator Richard Russell of Georgia
  • 3
  • 101
  • Michael Korda on Two Presidential Memoirs
  • 109
  • Social Movements and Political Visions
  • Fran Grace on Carry A. Nation, Prohibitionist
  • 117
  • David Von Drehle on the Triangle Fire
  • 126
  • Dorothy Height on the Civil Rights Movement
  • 135
  • Michael Moore on Views from the Left
  • Vernon Jordan on His Civil Rights Years
  • 143
  • Alan Ebenstein on Friedrich Hayek, Free Market Philosopher
  • 151
  • Rick Perlstein on Barry Goldwater and the Rise of Conservatism
  • 157
  • Dan Baum on the Coors Family
  • 163
  • David Boaz on Libertarianism
  • 169
  • 8
  • Six Views of Race in American Society
  • 174
  • Arthur Schlesinger Jr. on American Multiculturalism
  • 185
  • Victor Davis Hanson on the Problem of Illegal Immigration
  • 190
  • Marvin Olasky on the Failure of the Welfare System
  • 198
  • America at War
  • Gordon S. Wood on the American Revolution
  • Nation's Leaders
  • 207
  • Jay Winik on the End of the Civil War
  • 214
  • Warren Zimmermann on American Imperialism
  • 220
  • Diana Preston on Sinking the Lusitania
  • 229
  • Winston Groom on World War I in Flanders
  • 237
  • Margaret MacMillan on the Paris Peace Conference
  • James Srodes on Benjamin Franklin: Printer, Scientist, Founding Father
  • 246
  • Martin Goldsmith on Nazi Germany's Kulturbund
  • 254
  • Joseph E. Persico on World War II Espionage
  • 263
  • Rick Atkinson on World War II in North Africa
  • 270
  • Hampton Sides on the Bataan March
  • 277
  • Philip Taubman on the U-2 Spy Plane
  • 15
  • 284
  • Ted Gup on the CIA's Covert Operatives
  • 292
  • John Laurence on a Vietnam War Memoir
  • 301
  • Tom Philpott on Vietnam POW Jim Thompson
  • 307
  • Maya Lin on Creating the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • 315
  • Robert Coram on Fighter Pilot John Boyd
  • Jon Kukla on the Louisiana Purchase
  • 320
  • Dana Priest on America's Modern-Day Military
  • 327
  • A Nation of Law & Order
  • R. Kent Newmyer on John Marshall and the Supreme Court
  • 335
  • Dennis J. Hutchinson on John Knox and the 1936 Supreme Court
  • 343
  • Ted P. Yeatman on Frank and Jesse James, Outlaw Brothers
  • 352
Control code
ocm54046585
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xv, 591 pages
Isbn
9781586482329
Lccn
2004040033
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • 973 B6443 ; XX-N ; REV5-04BT1.
  • 5/17/04 PATRON REQ-LS
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781586482329
  • (Sirsi) i9781586482329
  • i1586482327
Label
Booknotes : on American character, [compiled by] Brian Lamb
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Collection of essays by various authors based on interviews originally held on the television program Booknotes
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 22
  • Fox Butterfield on a History of Violence in America
  • 359
  • Dorothy Rabinowitz on the Child Molestation Cases of the Early 1980s
  • 367
  • Edward Lazarus on the Modern Supreme Court
  • 374
  • Sandra Day O'Connor on the Early Years of the First Female Justice
  • 383
  • Eric Schlosser on America's Black Market in Sex and Drugs
  • 390
  • Joseph Martin Hernon on Character and Characters in the U.S. Senate
  • American Inventors and Businessmen
  • Kirkpatrick Sale on Robert Fulton and the Steamboat
  • 397
  • Charles Slack on Charles Goodyear and Rubber Vulcanization
  • 406
  • Peter Krass on Andrew Carnegie
  • 413
  • Daniel Stashower on Philo T. Farnsworth: The Inventor of Television
  • 421
  • Jennet Conant on the Tuxedo Park Science Laboratory
  • 28
  • 429
  • Michael Paterniti on a Road Trip with Albert Einstein's Brain
  • 439
  • Ellen Joan Pollock on Martin Frankel's Financial Scams
  • 446
  • Monica Langley on Sandy Weill and the Rise of Citicorp
  • 452
  • Our Cultural Heritage
  • Simon Winchester on William Minor and the Oxford English Dictionary
  • 461
  • Eliot A. Cohen on Leadership in Wartime
  • Linda H. Davis on Stephen Crane, Civil War Novelist
  • 468
  • Richard Lingeman on Sinclair Lewis, Novelist and Social Critic
  • 474
  • Linda Simon on William James, Popular Intellectual
  • 481
  • John Taliaferro on Gutzon Borglum, Creator of Mount Rushmore
  • 488
  • Laura Claridge on Norman Rockwell's Portraits of America
  • 496
  • 34
  • Simon Worrall on the Forged Poem of Emily Dickinson
  • 503
  • Isaac Stern on a Life in Music
  • 510
  • Michael Eric Dyson on Tupac Shakur and Hip-Hop Culture
  • 517
  • Brian Burrell on America's Mottoes and Pledges
  • 524
  • James W. Loewen on Teaching U.S. History
  • 527
  • Frank J. Williams and Edward Steers Jr. on Abraham Lincoln
  • Wayne Fields on Presidential Rhetoric
  • 535
  • 41
  • Roy Morris Jr. on the Disputed Election of 1876
  • 49
  • Kenneth D. Ackerman on James A. Garfield
  • Ann Coulter on Views from the Right
  • 58
  • Eric Rauchway on the McKinley Assassination
  • 67
  • Phyllis Lee Levin on Edith and Woodrow Wilson
  • 77
  • Lee Edwards on Walter Judd: Doctor, Missionary, Congressman
  • 83
  • Steve Neal on Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower: A Presidential Partnership
  • 92
  • Gilbert C. Fite on Senator Richard Russell of Georgia
  • 3
  • 101
  • Michael Korda on Two Presidential Memoirs
  • 109
  • Social Movements and Political Visions
  • Fran Grace on Carry A. Nation, Prohibitionist
  • 117
  • David Von Drehle on the Triangle Fire
  • 126
  • Dorothy Height on the Civil Rights Movement
  • 135
  • Michael Moore on Views from the Left
  • Vernon Jordan on His Civil Rights Years
  • 143
  • Alan Ebenstein on Friedrich Hayek, Free Market Philosopher
  • 151
  • Rick Perlstein on Barry Goldwater and the Rise of Conservatism
  • 157
  • Dan Baum on the Coors Family
  • 163
  • David Boaz on Libertarianism
  • 169
  • 8
  • Six Views of Race in American Society
  • 174
  • Arthur Schlesinger Jr. on American Multiculturalism
  • 185
  • Victor Davis Hanson on the Problem of Illegal Immigration
  • 190
  • Marvin Olasky on the Failure of the Welfare System
  • 198
  • America at War
  • Gordon S. Wood on the American Revolution
  • Nation's Leaders
  • 207
  • Jay Winik on the End of the Civil War
  • 214
  • Warren Zimmermann on American Imperialism
  • 220
  • Diana Preston on Sinking the Lusitania
  • 229
  • Winston Groom on World War I in Flanders
  • 237
  • Margaret MacMillan on the Paris Peace Conference
  • James Srodes on Benjamin Franklin: Printer, Scientist, Founding Father
  • 246
  • Martin Goldsmith on Nazi Germany's Kulturbund
  • 254
  • Joseph E. Persico on World War II Espionage
  • 263
  • Rick Atkinson on World War II in North Africa
  • 270
  • Hampton Sides on the Bataan March
  • 277
  • Philip Taubman on the U-2 Spy Plane
  • 15
  • 284
  • Ted Gup on the CIA's Covert Operatives
  • 292
  • John Laurence on a Vietnam War Memoir
  • 301
  • Tom Philpott on Vietnam POW Jim Thompson
  • 307
  • Maya Lin on Creating the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • 315
  • Robert Coram on Fighter Pilot John Boyd
  • Jon Kukla on the Louisiana Purchase
  • 320
  • Dana Priest on America's Modern-Day Military
  • 327
  • A Nation of Law & Order
  • R. Kent Newmyer on John Marshall and the Supreme Court
  • 335
  • Dennis J. Hutchinson on John Knox and the 1936 Supreme Court
  • 343
  • Ted P. Yeatman on Frank and Jesse James, Outlaw Brothers
  • 352
Control code
ocm54046585
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xv, 591 pages
Isbn
9781586482329
Lccn
2004040033
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • 973 B6443 ; XX-N ; REV5-04BT1.
  • 5/17/04 PATRON REQ-LS
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781586482329
  • (Sirsi) i9781586482329
  • i1586482327

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