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Fri Mar 21 17:13:07 2014 UTClccn-n20050767310.00Public and private funding sources for projects connected with the juvenile field in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania /0.270.47A new heaven and a new earth : D.H. Lawrence's moral philosophy in The Rainbow /6276205Harry_Siegeln 20050767316759306lccn-n83233503Siegel, Frederick F.1945-lccn-nr95032260Giuliani, Rudolph W.np-emerson, brianEmerson, Briannrtlccn-no99015841Blackstone Audiobookslccn-no2010085903Ingram Digital (Firm)np-siegel, fredSiegel, Fredlccn-n79018450Lawrence, D. H.(David Herbert)1885-1930Siegel, HarryBiographyHistoryDirectoriesMayorsNew York (State)--New YorkGiuliani, Rudolph WPolitical culturePolitical scienceSociology, UrbanUnited StatesUrbanizationUrban policyMetropolitan areasLawrence, D. H.--(David Herbert),Rainbow (Lawrence, D. H.)Child welfareFund raisingPennsylvania1977200020052006200720081473822974.71043092F128.57.G5812484ocn059360164book20050.28Siegel, Frederick FThe prince of the city : Giuliani, New York and the genius of American lifeHistoryBiographyIn this first post-9/11 account of the career of the man who established himself as "America's Mayor" in those dark days, Fred Siegel shows how Rudy Giuliani's successes in New York--restoring law and order, cutting taxes and radically reducing the welfare rolls--demonstrated that Gotham was indeed "governable" (a matter of doubt until his election) and that our major cities might again become vibrant and dynamic places to live after thirty years of middle-class flight. Someone who has worked with Giuliani as well as studied him, Siegel describes this colorful figure as an "immoderate centrist," who, like the city he came to embody, evokes contradictory emotions--for some, a ruthless autocrat; for others, a heroic figure who took on the vested interests that had dragged the city down. Siegel regards Guiliani as a shrewd tactician and artist of the possible who could have stepped out of Machiavelli's pages.--From publisher description+-+29358594061536ocn078299121com20060.18Siegel, Frederick FThe prince of the city Giuliani, New York, and the genius of American lifeHistoryBiographyIn the dark days after the 9-11 terrorist attacks, Rudy Giuliani established himself as "America's Mayor". In this first post-9-11 account of his career, Fred Siegel shows how Rudy Giuliani's successes in New York set a promising example for the rejuvenation of our major cities. As one who has worked with him as well as studied him, Siegel regards Giuliani as a shrewd tactician and artist of the possible, who could have stepped out of the pages of Machiavelli's The Prince. A self-promoting, self-absorbed man, the mayor made his enormous ego and tribal ethos serve the city's well-being, promoting ideals that transcended New York's ethnic politics and business-as-usual. The prince of the city is at once a fascinating character study, a history of New York over the last forty years, and a classic inquiry into the issue of how cities thrive or die+-+5088061325324554ocn060363513book20050.32Urban society+-+5617658255133ocn065175420rcrd20060.10Siegel, Frederick FThe prince of the city [Giuliani, New York, and the genius of American life]HistoryBiographyIn the dark days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Rudy Giuliani established himself as "America's Mayor." In this first post-9/11 account of his career, Fred Siegel shows how Rudy Giuliani's successes in New York set a promising example for the rejuvenation of our major cities. As one who has worked with him as well as studied him, Siegel regards Giuliani as a shrewd tactician and artist of the possible, who could have stepped out of the pages of Machiavelli's The Prince. A self-promoting, self-absorbed man, the mayor made his enormous ego and tribal ethos serve the city's well-being, promoting ideals that transcended New York's ethnic politics and business-as-usual+-+788857889622ocn813550487book20070.27Siegel, Frederick FThe prince of the city : Guiliani, New York and the genius of American lifeBiographyThis text presents a character study of one of America's most charismatic public figures, a history of New York over the years, & an inquiry into the issue of how cities thrive or die. It concludes with a look at how Guiliani's successor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, has handled his legacy & at what lies in Guiliani's political future+-+049685940611ocn795391601book20060.10Siegel, HarryGentrification of new york city : what's wrong with new york's cultural scene, and how it can be11ocn044687844book20000.47Siegel, HarryA new heaven and a new earth : D.H. Lawrence's moral philosophy in The Rainbow01ocn002629509book1974Siegel, HarryPublic and private funding sources for projects connected with the juvenile field in the Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaDirectories+-+2935859406+-+2935859406Fri Mar 21 15:44:10 EDT 2014batch7891