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Fri Mar 21 17:04:10 2014 UTClccn-n790839600.07Fidel Castro, a biography0.471.00Menachem Arnoni collection,11309n 79083960316464lccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean-Paul1905-1980dtelccn-n79091589Horowitz, Irving Louisedtlccn-n50038278Castro, Josué de1908-1973edtlccn-n79083980Browning, Frank1946-lccn-n50016900Torres, Camilo1929-1966lccn-n79018345Guevara, Che1928-1967lccn-n80039693Castro, Fidel1926-lccn-n2001010893Boag, Peternp-cipriano alcantara, june deCipriano Alcantara, June deviaf-171204846Boutang, AdrienneGerassi, JohnHistoryBiographyInterviewsPersonal narratives‡vCanadianPersonal narratives‡vAmericanJuvenile worksPolitical scienceEconomic historyLatin AmericaUnited StatesSocial historySartre, Jean-Paul,PhilosophersFranceCommunismCubaRelationsAuthors, FrenchCrimeColombiaVietnam War (1961-1975)Aeronautics, American militaryVietnam (Democratic Republic)RevolutionsPhilosophyOral historyMilitary participation--CanadianMilitary participation--AmericanCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)SpainIdaho--BoiseHomosexualityWorld politicsDeveloping countriesCastro, Fidel,RadicalismNationalismSpeeches, addresses, etcCritical pedagogyPolitical prisonersTrials (Espionage)SpiesGonzález Sehwerert, RenéLabañino Salazar, RamónFlorida--MiamiGerassi, JohnCollege teachersJournalistsMoral conditionsSouth AmericaVietnamLynn, Conrad JZahn, CurtisStevens, ShaneEast, Percy DaleIndians of North America1931201219541963196519661967196819691970197119721973197719801981198619871989199219932000200120032006200920102011920986287309.18B2430.S34ocn000157861ocn000465872ocn000849641ocn001041834ocn000078678ocn000921993ocn025878658ocn578047517ocn643576380ocn699234726ocn000127620ocn000157595ocn691822542129618ocn000961940book19690.53Horowitz, Irving LouisLatin American radicalism; a documentary report on Left and Nationalist movementsHistory104913ocn018589078book19890.33Gerassi, JohnJean-Paul Sartre : hated conscience of his centuryBiographyBiografie van de Franse schrijver en filosoof tot het einde van de Tweede Wereldoorlog+-+824237177532410204ocn005239414book19800.27Browning, FrankThe American way of crimeHistoryAn unconventional history of the United States traces crime in America from the Puritans through Watergate and considers the special-interest groups who have at one time or another defined what is legal and what is not70814ocn000157861book19710.56Torres, CamiloRevolutionary priest; the complete writings & messages of Camilo Torres6908ocn317471945book20090.35Sartre, Jean-PaulTalking with Sartre : conversations and debatesInterviewsWhat would it be like to be privy to the mind of one of the twentieth century's greatest thinkers? John Gerassi had just this opportunity; as a child, his mother and father were very close friends with Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, and the couple became for him like surrogate parents. Authorized by Sartre to write his biography, Gerassi conducted a long series of interviews between 1970 and 1974, which he has now edited to produce this revelatory and breathtaking portrait of one of the world's most famous intellectuals. Through the interviews, with both their informalities and their tensions, Sartre's greater complexities emerge. In particular, we see Sartre wrestling with the apparent contradiction between his views on freedom and the influence of social conditions on our choices and actions. We also gain insight into his perspectives on the Spanish Civil War, World War II, and the disintegration of colonialism+-+62560655856719ocn000436470book19680.37Gerassi, JohnNorth Vietnam: a documentary6109ocn010392374book19630.53Gerassi, JohnThe great fear: the reconquest of Latin America by Latin Americans56439ocn000343300book19650.63Gerassi, JohnThe great fear in Latin America5187ocn013010349book19860.63Gerassi, JohnThe premature antifascists : North American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39 : an oral historyHistoryPersonal narratives AmericanPersonal narratives Canadian5059ocn000304921book19660.63Gerassi, JohnThe boys of Boise; furor, vice, and folly in an American cityReconstructie van een homoseksueel zedenschandaal dat in 1955 de hoofdstad van Idaho op zijn kop zette+-+421634047542517ocn000504906book19680.47Guevara, CheVenceremos! The speeches and writings of Ernesto Che GuevaraHistory3644ocn000127620book19710.56Gerassi, JohnThe coming of the New International; a revolutionary anthology2149ocn000157595book19710.66Gerassi, JohnTowards revolution1734ocn000762165book19670.07Gerassi, JohnFidel Castro, a biographyJuvenile worksA biography of the man who became dictator of Cuba in 1959 after a successful revolution against Batista's military dictatorship and reorganized the country into a Communist state886ocn026088325book19920.79Gerassi, JohnSartre, conscience haïe de son siècleBiography397ocn020206711book19690.66Gerassi, JohnEl gran miedo de América Latina343ocn758848349book20030.66Sartre, Jean-PaulEntretiens avec SartreInterviews244ocn405563461book19810.92Browning, FrankCRIME A L'AMERICAINEHistoryDans cette étude détaillée et bien documentée, les auteurs analysent les divers types de crimes commis aux Etats-Unis et les replacent dans le contexte social et historique du peuple américain, à diverses époques de son histoire depuis l'ère coloniale. Certains éléments de l'édition originale ont été omis dans la traduction, parce que considérés comme moins pertinents pour les lecteurs français232ocn054028684book20030.97Defend Cuba and the Cuban five : a panel at New York University Law School May 19, 20031411ocn633893859book19710.47Torres, CamiloRevolutionary priest : the complete writings and messages of Camilo Torres ; [transl. from the Spanish] ; ed. and with an introd. [by] John Gerassi191ocn472403047book20090.53Gerassi, JohnUnrepentant radical educator : the writings of John Gerassi, edited and with interviews by Tony MonchinskiBiographyInterviews"Unrepentant Critical Pedagogy encompasses the life, times, and activism of John 'Tito' Gerassi. A lifelong political animal and radical educator, Tito has lived his critical pedagogy on the barricades and front lines of the Movement; as a newsman for Time, Newsweek, and The New York Times; as a blacklisted professor exiled in Europe; as a Korean War Green Beret; as best selling author of The Great Fear in Latin America and nine other books. Major historical figures in Tito's life include Herbert Marcuse and Michel Foucault, Che Guevara and the Black Panthers, Simone deBeauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, and his own father, the artist and Spanish Civil War Republican General Fernando Gerassi. Unrepentant Critical Pedagogy gathers together a collection of previously unpublished and out of print essays and articles by Tito. There are also three new interviews with John Gerassi by Tony Monchinski examining Tito's life, his time in the Movement, and his critical pedagogy."-Back cover+-+544254235411ocn070976955mix1.00Arnoni, M. SMenachem Arnoni collectionRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents also include several U.S. government officials such as George Aiken, William J. Brennan, William Jennings Bryan Dorn, Ernest Gruening, J. Edgar Hoover, George McGovern, George Reedy, John J. Williams, and J. Arthur Younger+-+8242371775324+-+8242371775324Fri Mar 21 16:01:42 EDT 2014batch18263