Bitter Grounds

Presents the saga of three generations of Salvadoran women whose lives are changed in unexpected ways by a letter that has lain unopened for twenty-six years

Bitter Grounds

Presents the saga of three generations of Salvadoran women whose lives are changed in unexpected ways by a letter that has lain unopened for twenty-six years

Bitter Ground

Ben Gann, an aging peace officer, receives unexpected help in facing Doc Sprigge, a gunfighter determined to take over the town of San Ygnacio

Bitter Ground

Ben Gann, an aging peace officer, receives unexpected help in facing Doc Sprigge, a gunfighter determined to take over the town of San Ygnacio

Uncommon Grounds

Bitter Grounds, by Sandra Benitez, is a multigenerational novel set in El Salvador
. It begins with the 1932 matanza and follows the intertwining lives of coffee
workers and plantation owners. One of the characters writes, “You say, but for the
 ...

Uncommon Grounds

The definitive history of the world's most popular drug Uncommon Grounds tells the story of coffee from its discovery on a hill in ancient Abyssinia to the advent of Starbucks. Mark Pendergrast reviews the dramatic changes in coffee culture over the past decade, from the disastrous "Coffee Crisis" that caused global prices to plummet to the rise of the Fair Trade movement and the "third-wave" of quality-obsessed coffee connoisseurs. As the scope of coffee culture continues to expand, Uncommon Grounds remains more than ever a brilliantly entertaining guide to the currents of one of the world's favorite beverages.

Interrupting Capitalism

Liisa North, Bitter Grounds: Roots of Revolt in El Salvador, 2nd ed. (Westport, CT:
Lawrence Hill, 1985), 30–41; William Stanley, The Protection Racket State: Elite
Politics, Military Extortion, and Civil War in El Salvador (Philadelphia: Temple ...

Interrupting Capitalism

In the decade since the financial crisis of 2008, governments around the world have struggled to develop strategies to stabilize precarious markets, encourage growth, and combat mounting wealth inequality. In the United States, the recovery from that crisis has exacerbated the fears of the working and middle classes and pitted those classes against the wealthy. Although we participate every day in economic life as workers, consumers, employers, or activists, we often experience the economy as a mysterious force that we cannot control, or fully understand. Matthew Shadle argues that Catholics ought to be able to draw on their faith to help navigate and make sense of economic life, but too often the effort to get ahead or just stay afloat drowns out faith's appeal. Interrupting Capitalism proposes a new strategy for Christian economic discipleship. Rather than engage the two theological poles of continuity and rupture, Christians should interrupt capitalism: neither whole-heartedly endorsing global capitalism nor seeking to dismantle it. This means "breaking into" the economy, embracing those aspects that enhance human well-being while transforming the market in a spirit of solidarity. Shadle argues that all three of the dominant theological approaches dealing with economic life-the progressive, neoconservative, and liberationist-are theologies of continuity. A fourth approach, a communitarian one, he believes, can best embody the strategy of interrupting capitalism. The Catholic tradition, including its tradition of social teaching, provides a cultural structure that, along with their own social context, conditions how Catholics think about and engage in economic activity. Drawing on the resources of the tradition, theologians reflect on this activity, giving it a theoretical justification and offering correctives. Both the experience of ordinary Catholics and the work of theologians feed into new articulations of Catholic social teaching. Offering an overview of Catholic thought since the Second World War, Shadle begins with the experience of Catholics in Western Europe at mid-century, moving to Latin America and the United States in the 1970s and 80s, and then concluding with the phenomenon of globalization.

Political Instability and American Foreign Policy

230–3; Liisa North, Bitter Grounds: Roots of Revolt in El Salvador (Westport,
Connecticutt: Lawrence Hill and Co., 1985), p. 85; Buckley, Violent Neighbors, pp
. 116–19. Duarte explains his reservations about phase II in Duarte, pp. 164–6.

Political Instability and American Foreign Policy

A study of post-war US policy towards countries which are politically unstable or in a pre-revolutionary situation. Orme argues that the "middle options" have played a prominent role in US policy and, flawed though they are, some of them will remain the best alternative in the future.

Bitter Ground

Bitter Ground


Bitter Ground

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Canada Folk Bulletin

Bitter Grounds " is a student - run , non - profit organization . What's more , the
students involved offer their time on a volunteer basis . This enables the booking
of a wide range of fine folk performers , Robby McNeil , Friends of Fiddler's Green
 ...

Canada Folk Bulletin


Lays of France Founded on the Lays of Marie i e Marie de France

Of any meanest privilege To have and use our common lives With joy : but ,
rather , this love drives Our doomed days cowering to some edge Of loveless
strong humanity ; And we are kin with some who lie Slain shamefully on bitter
grounds ...

Lays of France  Founded on the Lays of Marie  i e  Marie de France


A Companion to Latin American History

North, L. (1985) Bitter Grounds: Roots of Revolt in El Salvador, 2nd ed. Lawrence
Hill & Co, Westport, CT. Ricciardi, J. (1991) “Economic Policy.” In T. Walker (ed.),
Revolution and Counterrevolution in Nicaragua. Westview Press, Boulder, CO.

A Companion to Latin American History

The Companion to Latin American History collects the work of leading experts in the field to create a single-source overview of the diverse history and current trends in the study of Latin America. Presents a state-of-the-art overview of the history of Latin America Written by the top international experts in the field 28 chapters come together as a superlative single source of information for scholars and students Recognizes the breadth and diversity of Latin American history by providing systematic chronological and geographical coverage Covers both historical trends and new areas of interest

The Peruvian Experiment Reconsidered

... 1981) and co-author of Bitter Grounds: The Roots of Revolt in El Salvador (
Toronto: Between-the-Lines Press, 1981), among other publications. Pāsara (Ph.
D. Catholic University of Peru 1978) is currently the director of the Center for
Studies ...

The Peruvian Experiment Reconsidered

Peru's self-proclaimed "revolution"—surprisingly extensive reforms initiated by the military government—has aroused great interest all over Latin America and the Third World. This book is the first systematic and comprehensive attempt to appraise Peru's current experiment in both national and regional perspective. It compares recent innovative approaches to Peru's problems with the methods used by earlier regimes, providing original and stimulating interpretations of contemporary Peru from the viewpoints of political science, sociology, history, economics, and education. Among the issues considered are the military regime's policies regarding income distribution, foreign investment, education, urbanization, worker-management relations, and land reform. Contributors: Abraham F. Lowenthal, Julio Cotler, Richard Webb, David Collier, Susan Bourque and Scott Palmer, Colin Harding, Robert Drysdale and Robert Myers, Shane Hunt, Peter T. Knight, Jane Jaquette. Originally published in 1976. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Mexicanos

... raymond, The Plum Plum Pickers, 1969 Benítez, sandra, Bitter Grounds, 1997
———, A Place Where the Sea Remembers, 1993 ———, The Weight ofAll
Things, 2000 Brito, Aristeo, The Devil in Texas, 1976 cabeza de Baca Gilbert,
fabiola, ...

Mexicanos

Newly revised and updated,Mexicanostells the rich and vibrant story of Mexicans in the United States. Emerging from the ruins of Aztec civilization and from centuries of Spanish contact with indigenous people, Mexican culture followed the Spanish colonial frontier northward and put its distinctive mark on what became the south-western United States. Shaped by their Indian and Spanish ancestors, deeply influenced by Catholicism, and tempered by an often difficult existence, Mexicans continue to play an important role in U.S. society, even as the dominant Anglo culture strives to assimilate them. Thorough and balanced,Mexicanosmakes a valuable contribution To The understanding of the Mexican population of the United States—a growing minority who are a vital presence in 21st-century America.

The University Magazine

... was greatly to the north not merely of and one of the most bitter grounds of the
mouth of the Columbia river , but complaint on the part of these advenalso of
Quadra and Vancouver's Island . turers is , that they can no longer comThe
Salmon ...

The University Magazine


Enrique Alvarez C rdova

Bitter Grounds (novel). New York: Hyperion, ¡997. _____. The Weight of All
Things (novel). New York: Hyperion, 2000. Bonner, Raymond. Weakness and
Deceit: U.S. Policy and El Salvador. New York: Times Books, ¡984. Bosch, Brian.

Enrique Alvarez C  rdova

"Centering on El Salvador's political landscape, this biography details the life of one of the nation's little known revolutionaries. Examined here are the motivations behind Câordova's choice to become a traitor to his class, El Salvador's political evolution, and the government-condoned assassination of Câordova"--Provided by publisher.

Yale Series in Economic and Financial History

Miles, Bitter Ground, 132, 135, 145–46, 261. History of Henry and St. Clair
Counties, Missouri, 834, 937. Brigadier General James H. Lane in a dispatch to
Major General Fremont, dated September 24, 1861. Official Records, ser. 1, vol. 3
, 196.

Yale Series in Economic and Financial History

Mark Geiger explores a financial conspiracy at the start of the American Civil War, the impact this had on the intensity of the guerilla campaigns in Missouri & the enduring ramifications for that state through the period of Reconstruction.

Bitter Nemesis

... from Peru, using various other bitter plant extracts, such as coffee grounds. The
new bark from South America, like cinchona, was pleasantly astringent. Unlike
cinchona, it does 57 Chapter 5. Perfidious Dutchmen Bark up the Wrong Tree.

Bitter Nemesis

Encouraged by the medicinal success of quinine, early 19th century scientists hoped strychnine, another plant alkaloid with remarkable properties, might also become a new weapon against disease. Physicians tried for over a century, despite growing evidence to the contrary, to treat everything from paralysis to constipation with it. But strychnine proved only to be disappointingly deadly-relegating its fate almost entirely to animal control, the dangerous adulteration of foods, and criminal exploits. The NOTORIOUS and TRUE story of how a POISONOUS alkaloid... Bitter Nemesis: The Intimate History of Strychnine presents a scholarly and compelling history of this fascinating chemical substance from its discovery to present times. A renowned editor for the Dictionary of Natural Products, Dr. John Buckingham fuses his eclectic interests into an extraordinary mix of original research spanning the realms of history, medicine, literature, chemistry, and forensics. ...Changed the course of HISTORY! Uncovering details and logistics from the earliest experiments performed in an era when proper scientific trials for testing new drugs were still in their infancy, the author explores strychnine's trial-and-error contributions to scientific, medical, and forensic developments. He also investigates historical milestones and the perception of strychnine in popular culture-including criminal notoriety, accidental misuse, and new claims of strychnine's benefits that extend through to the present day. Juxtaposing the real trials, mistrials, and persistent curiosity associated with one of history's most notorious pharmaceutical failures, Bitter Nemesis offers rare insight into the anarchic, yet inspired landscape, practices, and legacy of 19th century science.

Vegetarian Kitchen

Serves: 2 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 25-30 minutes Ingredients: - 1/8 cup
of fried onions - 1 13 cup of finely chopped seedless bitter gound - 1 tsp curry
powder - 1 tsp crushed red peppers or ground cayenne pepper - Garlic salt to
taste ...

Vegetarian Kitchen


A DICTIONARY OF ARTS MANUFACTURES AND MINES

... Cascarilla Bark Jamaica Ditto Centaury Herb Great Britain Camomile Flowers
Colocynth Levant Intolerably bitter Colombo Root East Africa Very bitter Fumitory
Herb Great Britain Gentiana lutea Root Switzerland Very bitter Ground Ivy Herb ...

A DICTIONARY OF ARTS  MANUFACTURES AND MINES


Aerospace power in the twenty first century a basic primer

Ground. Forces. John “Jack” Slessor was a subordinate of Sir Hugh Trenchard.
He would later become chief of the Air ... as commander in chief of the
Mediterranean Allied Air Forces in 1944, during some of the most bitter ground
combat in ...

Aerospace power in the twenty first century a basic primer


Valley of Silence

“Tonight, when the sun sets, I ask you to fight, to stand this bitter ground that has
already tasted our blood this day. I ask this of you, but you don't fight for me. You
don't fight for the queen of Geall.” “We fight for Moira, the queen!” someone ...

Valley of Silence

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents the electrifying conclusion to her powerful Circle Trilogy. Worlds have collided and centuries have elapsed as six people have brought their unique powers, their courage, and their hearts to a battle that could drown humanity in darkness… Her face, so pale when she’d removed her cloak, had bloomed when her hand had taken the sword. Her eyes, so heavy, so somber, had gone as brilliant as the blade. And had simply sliced through him, keen as a sword, when they’d met his… In the kingdom of Geall, the scholarly Moira has taken up the sword of her people. Now, as queen, she must prepare her subjects for the greatest battle they will ever fight—against an enemy more vicious than any they have seen. For Lilith, the most powerful vampire in the world, has followed the circle of six through time to Geall. Moira also has a personal score to settle. Vampires killed her mother—and now, she is ready to exact her revenge. But there is one vampire to whom she would trust her soul… Cian was changed by Lilith centuries ago. But now, he stands with the circle. Without hesitation, he will kill others of his kind—and has earned the respect of sorcerer, witch, warrior, and shape-shifter. But he wants more than respect from Moira—even though his desire for her makes him vulnerable. For how can a man with an eternity to live love a woman whose life is sure to end—if not by Lilith’s hand, then by the curse of time? “[Roberts] is one of the best writers in the romance world.”—The Best Reviews