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Title: Opposite Poles By: Frederick W. Wright Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 280 Vendor: Xulon Press. Publication Date: 2003 Dimensions: . 2 X . 0 X . 3 (inches) ISBN: 1591604923 ISBN-13: 9781591604921 Stock No: WW604922. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products. Wright Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 280 Vendor: Xulon Press Publication Date: 2003. Dimensions: . 6 X . 2 (inches) Weight: 13 ounces ISBN: 1591604915 ISBN-13: 9781591604914 Stock No: WW604914.
He wrote prolifically, publishing works in geology, history, and theology. Early in his career he was an outspoken defender of Darwinism, and later in life he emphasised his commitment to a form of theistic evolution.
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His book, Frederick Douglass' Civil War: Keeping Faith in Jubilee is an award-winning intellectual biography of Douglass and a study of the meaning of the Civil War. His work Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. His work Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory was awarded the Bancroft Prize in American History, the Lincoln Prize, and the Frederick Douglass Prize, as well as four awards from the Organization of American Historians.
Opposite Poles presents a fascinating and complex portrait of ethnic life in America. These common factors made the groups believe they ought to work together and help each other; but they were more often at opposite poles
Opposite Poles presents a fascinating and complex portrait of ethnic life in America. The focus is Chicago Polonia, the largest Polish community outside of Warsaw. During the 1980s a new cohort of Polish immigrants from communist Poland, including many refugees from the Solidarity movement, joined the Polish American ethnics already settled in Chicago. These common factors made the groups believe they ought to work together and help each other; but they were more often at opposite poles. The specious solidarity led to contentious conflicts as the groups competed for political and cultural ownership of the community.
By Frederick W. H. Wright. NP: Xulon Press, 2003. There seems to be some helpful material buried within the pages of this book. But it is so hard to follow that I can’t recommend this book except to the person who wants to have a complete library of books on the issue. The focus is Chicago Polonia, the.