Published to commemorate the bicentennial of Thomas Paine's death, these texts have remained two of the most influential arguments for liberty in political thought. Common Sense is a pamphlet that Paine wrote in support of American independence. Thanks to its original and simple style, it spread like wildfire through the colonies, helping to inspire the American Revolution. Rights of Man is Paine's passionate defence of the French Revolution that led to his trial for sedition and libel.
Colin Stagg spent 13 months in jail awaiting trial for the murder of Rachel Nickell - a crime he did not commit. The case against him was weak from the outset, but was a classic example of the way in which facts can be misrepresented in the hands of professionals, be they lawyers, psychologists, or police officers. When the case against Stagg collapsed, his life was made a living hell by the tabloid press, portraying him as a man who had got away with murder.
"It could happen to anyone"
This book is both a lesson in true grit and determination, but its goal is one that is attainable. Andy isn't a sporting superstar, he holds down a nine-to-five job and all the pressures that go with it; he isn’t blessed with speed and talent; there are no multi-million pound sponsorship deals; yet this remarkable "common man" is inspiring in a way that some of today’s sporting superstars have forgotten how to be.
"Fun book, very inspiring!! "
Gerard Schwarz shares his enthusiasm for the music of Aaron Copland, the quintessential American composer. Born in 1900 into a family of immigrants in Brooklyn, Copland didn't come from a musical family and had to find his own way, even trying to learn harmony from a mail order course. Today, Copland has become a permanent part of our cultural landscape, as important to our national consciousness as Whitman, Whistler, or Melville.
Perhaps no other figure in American history is more shrouded in myth and legend than David ("Davy") Crockett, the Tennessee frontiersman whose death at the Alamo in 1836 ensured his place in the Valhalla of American heroes. Crockett himself was responsible for much of the folklore about his life. A gregarious, fun-loving man, he was more than capable of spinning tall tales over a "horn" of liquor.
"Merle Haggard, Revered Country Singer of Common Man Anthems, Dies at 79" is from the April 06, 2016 Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Terence McArdle and narrated by Sam Scholl.
This handy little book is a rapid ready-reckoner on asthma. While it is mainly for asthmatics, it is also an essential leaning tool for parents and teachers who care for children with asthma, as well as for those who work in professions or environments that make them vulnerable. Pithy and clear, the book is written simply to avoid the jargon that often makes medical information difficult to access for the common man.
Legkaja, veselaja komedija. V centre sjuzheta - ambicioznye intrigi: pevec Ladygin stesnjaetsja professii svoego neozhidanno priehavshego druga Svekolkina i predstavljaet ego chlenam svoej sem'i kak krupnogo uchenogo; u Ladyginskogo plemjannika est' nevesta Kira, no mat' ssorit ee s zhenihom, chtoby sosvatat' za samogo pevca, razrushiv ego brak...
"Hello Stranger on the Street, Could You Please Tell Me How to Take Care of My Baby?" Written by Wendy Molyneux and performed by Claudia O'Doherty
"I Like My Men Like I Like My..." Written by Sara Runnels and performed by Solomon Georgio
"I Have a Common Name" Written by Tom O'Donnell and performed by Sean Keane
Is it you, or is it him? Would you like to improve your relationships and be more successful in love and dating? If so, this book is for you!
The first step in establishing a healthy, happy relationship with your dog is understanding why he behaves the way he does. This entertaining audio program � designed for all ages � will teach you about "dogs being dogs".
"Insightful and entertaining"
Why do men do what they do? The Amazing Development of Men helps you to understand men's behavior and gives you a new perspective so you can see men in a new way. Understand everything from "workaholics" to "mid-life crisis". Become more effective in choosing suitable mates. Have more love and harmony. Avoid disappointment. Respond well to the changes in men - including fathers, sons, husbands, men at work, and romantic interests.
This presentation is fast-paced, intriguing, and immediately useful for single and married women of all ages.