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Harvard beats Yale 29-29
Summary:One of the most legendary games in the history of sports: Harvard Stadium, November 23, 1968. Harvard and Yale, both teams undefeated for the first time since 1909, meet for the annual climax of the Ivy League football season. Yale and Harvard stage an unforgettable football contest that baffled even their own coaches. Using vintage footage and bracingly honest contemporary interviews with the players from both sides, this film is a poignant portrait of American lives, American sports, and American ideals.
Lifestyle modification to control heart disease : evidence and policy
The Gang of eight
Destroying Angel : air aria from Opera of the Blades
80 proposals to stop wrongful convictions before the end of this decade
Summary:This book is about the need to drastically reduce to .1% or less the frequency of wrongful conviction and to exonerate the thousands of wrongly convicted inmates now in prison. The United States has a large wrongful conviction problem, and it’s a travesty. This book presents 80 Proposals to STOP the problem. The forensic DNA revolution, which produced its first wrongful conviction exoneration in 1989, has led to some changes in the U.S. criminal justice system but not nearly enough. In the history of criminal justice systems, the people wrongly convicted over the centuries always knew what had happened to them, but few others knew or cared. Now we all know. The book provides 80 practical proposals for national reform of the criminal justice system in order to reduce the frequency of wrongful conviction to .1 percent or less.
Single global currency : common cents for the world
Too many humans : the imperative to return to a human population of 1 billion
Summary:Too Many Humans: the imperative to return the population to 1 billion connects global warming to population growth and argues for Zero Population Growth (ZPG) and then a long term reduction of the size of the human population. The goal of one billion was selected as that was the total human population in 1800, at the beginning of the century when the industrial revolution began. This goal will be achieved by the voluntary reduction of the birth rate to a level below the death rate, a status already reached by several countries.
Eye contact : the mysterious death in 2000 of Kassidy Bortner, and the wrongful convictions of Chad Evans and Amanda Bortner
332.4 B66SI 2014
The single global currency : common cents for the world
Summary:The book is for all readers around the world, as every human being in our increasingly globalized world has an interest in achieving the goal of a Single Global Currency. What the people of the world want and deserve is stable money, so that the money they earn, save and invest today will be worth almost the same tomorrow. The Single Global Currency will provide that stability. It is the common cents/sense currency for our increasingly globalized world.
2121 and Jesus and Jesusa : two utopian novels
Summary:his book contains two utopian books: 2121 and Jesus and Jesusa . Jesus and Jesusa is a utopian novella about the cloning of the foreskin of Jesus of Nazareth to create an identical brother and sister, Jesus and Jesusa. 2121 is a utopian novel about the conviction of Chad Delano of Portland, Maine in 2117 of negligent chemical manslaughter and his struggle to overcome that erroneous judgment.
NetWare programmer’s guide : building applications with NetWare version 2.15
Pour le piano Estampes ; L’isle joyeuse ; Images : I & II ; Feux d’artifice
Corn in clay : maize paleoethnobotany in pre-Columbian art
Confronting believers : affirming a more sensible God
The truth about religion: Book 1
Summary:The author – a realistic theist – examines the beliefs of popular New Age movements (astrology, healing, channeling, Wicca, "A Course in Miracles,") and the beliefs of major Christian sects (Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christian Science.) He engages in a series of informal debates with representatives of each group. He questions the logic and evidence for these belief systems, and arrives at conclusions, which by the end of each section are, he hopes, self-evident to any reasonable person. Part II of the book moves on to refute mainline Christianity and presents a more plausible conception of God.
The other Shoe
Summary:More adventures of Shoe and his friends.
The Shoe must go on
MacNelly, the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist.
Pluggers : calm in the face of disaster
EEVeTeC : the McGregor solution for managing the pains of fitness
Seven parts woman : poems
Birds on Discovery Island
Harvard beats Yale 29-29
Summary:Based on the critically acclaimed documentary, Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 tells the story of the most famous college football game in history. One of the most legendary games in the history of sports: Harvard Stadium, November 23, 1968. Harvard and Yale, both teams undefeated for the first time since 1909, meet for the annual climax of the Ivy League football season. Yale and Harvard stage an unforgettable football contest that baffled even their own coaches.
Dynamos and virgins
Beyond choice : reproductive freedom in the 21st century
Summary:The author, grandson of Margaret Sanger and a longtime leader in the reproductive rights movement, examines issues surrounding both the pro-choice and pro-life movements.
The Big Dig : reshaping an American city
Summary:In The Big Dig, we are taken behind the scenes of the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project to discover how traffic in Boston got to be so bad in the first place, and how poor planning led to an elevated highway that divided the city and made traffic worse.