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A Dog Called Hope: A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
A Dog Called Hope: A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
Lone Survivor meets Marley & Me in this inspiring buddy memoir of an extraordinary service dog whose enduring love brought a wounded soldier back to life.A decade ago, Special Forces warrior Jason Morgan parachuted into the Central American jungle on an anti-narcotics raid. He’d served with the famous Night Stalkers on countless such missions. This one turned out very different. Months later, he regained consciousness in a US military hospital, with no memory of how he’d gotten there. The first words he heard were from his surgeon telling him he would never walk again. The determined soldier responded: “Sir, yes, I will.” After multiple surgeries, unbearable chronic pain, and numerous setbacks, Morgan was finally making progress when his wife left him and their three young sons. He was a single father confined to a wheelchair and tortured by his pain. At this very dark, very low point, Morgan found light: Napal, the black Labrador who would change his life forever. A Dog Called Hope is the incredible story of a remarkable service dog who brought a devastated warrior back from the brink. It is the story of one funny, lovable dog’s power to heal a family and teach a wounded man how to be a true father. It is the story of an amazing dog with boundless loyalty who built bridges between his wheelchair-bound battle buddy and the rest of able-bodied humankind. It is the story of how one very special dog gave a man’s life true meaning. Humorous, intensely moving, and uplifting, Jason and Napal’s heartwarming tale will brighten any day and lift every heart.

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Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New Politics of Distribution (The Lewis Henry Morgan Lectures)
Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New Politics of Distribution (The Lewis Henry Morgan Lectures)
In Give a Man a Fish James Ferguson examines the rise of social welfare programs in southern Africa, in which states make cash payments to their low income citizens. More than thirty percent of South Africa's population receive such payments, even as pundits elsewhere proclaim the neoliberal death of the welfare state. These programs' successes at reducing poverty under conditions of mass unemployment, Ferguson argues, provide an opportunity for rethinking contemporary capitalism and for developing new forms of political mobilization. Interested in an emerging "politics of distribution," Ferguson shows how new demands for direct income payments (including so-called "basic income") require us to reexamine the relation between production and distribution, and to ask new questions about markets, livelihoods, labor, and the future of progressive politics.

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Ancient Society (Classics of Anthropology)
Ancient Society (Classics of Anthropology)
Lewis Henry Morgan studied the American Indian way of life and collected an enormous amount of factual material on the history of primitive-communal society. All the conclusions he draws are based on these facts; where he lacks them, he reasons back on the basis of the data available to him. He determined the periodization of primitive society by linking each of the periods with the development of production techniques. The “great sequence of inventions and discoveries;” and the history of institutions, with each of its three branches — family, property and government — constitute the progress made by human society from its earliest stages to the beginning of civilization. Mankind gained this progress through 'the gradual evolution of their mental and moral powers through experience, and of their protracted struggle with opposing obstacles while winning their way to civilization.'

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League of the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee or Iroquois
League of the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee or Iroquois
Among all the Native American tribes, the Iroquois people are some of the most well documented Native Americans in history. Indigenous to the northeast region of what is now the United States and parts of Canada, they were among some of the earliest contacts Europeans had with the native tribes. And yet they have remained a constant source of mystery. The name "Iroquois", like many Native American tribal names, is not a name the people knew themselves by, but a word applied to them by their enemies the Huron, who called them “Iroquo” (rattlesnake) as an insult. The French later added the suffix “ois.” Moreover, the Iroquois are not even a single tribe but a confederation of several different tribal nations that include the Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, Mohawk, Cayuga and the Tuscarora, who didn’t become part of the union until the early 1700’s. The name Haudenosaunee (pronounced “ho-den-oh-SHO-nee”) is the name the people use for themselves, which translates as “the People of the Longhouse.” They are also commonly known as the Six Nations. Despite their own cultural differences, the nations that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy established their political dominance across much of America’s East Coast and Midwest through conquest, and it is that aspect which has perhaps best endured among Americans in terms of the Iroquois’ legacy. European settlers who came into contact with the Mohawks in the Northeast certainly learned to respect their combat skills, to the point that there were literally bounties on the Mohawks’ heads, with scalps fetching money for colonists who succeeded in slaying them and carrying away the “battle prize”. In addition to the constant state of conflict between the Iroquois and different nations, including the French and the colonists, the Six Nations are perhaps best known for their political structure, and their influence on American democracy is well documented if not well known by most Americans. Far from being relics of history, they are living communities who maintain political relationships with United States and Canada, as they have occupied their territories long before international borders were drawn. Their histories have left an indelible mark on the formation of the United States and Canada.

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I'D RATHER BE IN MORGAN LEWIS BEACH Barbados Auto License Plate Frame
I'D RATHER BE IN MORGAN LEWIS BEACH Barbados Auto License Plate Frame
As an experienced seller, General Tag has been dedicated to provide you High Quality, Heavy Duty Auto, SUV, Truck Accessories. This high quality license plate frame is made of METAL, and it's the best quality item in the market. The lettering and art work are done by waterproof vinyl on the license plate frame and it will last for many years without any damage. It will not get brittle or cracked. It fits on all USA and Canada vehicles. It measures 12.5" X 6.5" and durable to last under all weather conditions. It weighs about 9 ounces. Please don't hesitate to ask us questions, we answer all questions in less than 10 hours.

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Damian Lewis Morgan Saylor Homeland 8x10" Photo #J2911
Damian Lewis Morgan Saylor Homeland 8x10" Photo #J2911
This is an 8x10" Studio Copy Photo   (Shipping info... see information below. Will combine shipping for up to 20 items. Wait for invoice if buying multiple items.)   4/1/15         

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Canvas on Demand Walter Bibikow Wall Peel Wall Art Print entitled Barbados, North East Coast, Morgan Lewis, Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill 48"x32"
Canvas on Demand Walter Bibikow Wall Peel Wall Art Print entitled Barbados, North East Coast, Morgan Lewis, Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill 48"x32"
Wall Peel entitled Barbados North East Coast Morgan Lewis Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill. BARBADOS-North East Coast-Morgan Lewis.Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill.Largest Intact Old Sugar Mill in Caribbean... Walter Bibikow 2004. Multiple sizes available. Primary colors within this image include Dark Yellow White Muted Blue Dark Forest Green. Made in USA. All products come with a 365 day workmanship guarantee. Archival-quality UV-resistant inks. Wall Decals are printed on heavy grade vinyl with a matte finish. Perfect for dorm rooms kid rooms doors and other untextured smooth surfaces.

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Morgan Fabrics Corp - Smooth Suede - Bittersweet - Suede - Brown - Fabric By The Yard
Morgan Fabrics Corp - Smooth Suede - Bittersweet - Suede - Brown - Fabric By The Yard
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Lewis C. Sheafe: Apostle to Black America (Adventist Pioneer Series)
Lewis C. Sheafe: Apostle to Black America (Adventist Pioneer Series)
“My heart’s desire and prayer is that this message may go to my people all over the United States.”—Lewis C. Sheafe.Born just as the Civil War began, Lewis Sheafe grew to manhood at a pivotal moment in American history. But instead of racial equality, the nation offered its freed slaves further oppression and injustice. Sheafe—strong-willed, dynamic, and seemingly tireless—had but two main objectives: uplift his people spiritually and socially, and consistently adhere to biblical principle in all aspects of life.His thirst for truth led him first to the Baptists, where he became both an eloquent minister and a prominent leader of the Black community. Then his poor health led him to Battle Creek Sanitarium, where he encountered Seventh-day Adventism. Sheafe saw in the Adventist message the tenets of race relations he already championed, and he embraced it wholeheartedly. He was sent to lead the Black work in Washington, D.C., in 1902, and his evangelistic campaigns drew standing-room-only crowds of both Black and White listeners.But during his turbulent years of Adventist ministry, he and church leaders could not agree on how to apply biblical principles of racial equality. The conflict eventually proved fatal to his ties with the denomination.In this gripping biography Douglas Morgan pieces together the life of this forgotten leader whose story sheds light on the reason that no lasting, separate Black Adventist denomination ever formed.

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