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One Country--One Crop--Feeds The World. American grain. The Soviet Union means to change that. The Russians understand, as America does not, that control of the world's grain means control of the world. Only young, fast-rising tycoon, Kenneth Newman, stands between the United States and starvation. But he doesn't know it. Yet. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Explores the cultural and historical foundations of ecological change and disorder across the southwest slopes of NSW, a rich and productive agricultural region.
This volume gathers together authors and critics to reappraise the legacy of Sinclair Ross. Beyond Ross’ major novel As For Me and My House, the contributors reestablish the value of his other writings in their literary and historical contexts.
Honoring the contributions of women to the recent history of Oklahoma, a provocative compilation of essays records defining moments in women's lives, with contributions from Cherokee chief Wilma Mankiller, Oklahoma First Lady Kim Henry, novelist Billie Letts, prima ballerina Maria Tallchief, and others who share personal reflections on such issues as adultery, death, abuse, and disaster.
Falls City, Nebraska. Just a scratch on the Great Plains. To Billy tree, it's home--the last refuge for the ex-Secret Service agent scarred in body and soul by an unforgettable tragedy. But he's trading one for another. For the quiet burg of his youth has changed over the year. darkness has taken hold. And now, the killing secrets and terrible lies buried beneath the tranquil surface of Falls City are ready to erupt. Where it begins is with a shocking sniper attack at the local high school. No motive. No clues. Just two innocent teachers left dead, and a third injured. A woman with secrets of her own, she shares a place in Billy's heart, his past, and his fears, when a second murder paralyzes the town. Urged by the sheriff to help the investigation, Billy can't refuse. Even if it means seeing old friends in a terrifying new light, and exposing himself to the insidious rage of mysterious killer...
The author blends powerful, convincing fiction with history to create a story that takes on special relevance following the terrorist attacks and addresses this question: What if Hitler had tried to attack America in 1941, when our homeland defenses were weak?
What happens when you think you've died, only to wake up on a movie set and find out your whole life may be a figment of someone else's imagination? What if everyone sees you as the hero? JayJay's new life may seem like a dream to him--but it's a miracle to everyone else.
As other teens returned home from school, thirteen-year-old José Silva headed for work at a restaurant, where he would remain until 2:00 a.m. Francisca Herrera, a tomato picker, was exposed to pesticides while she was pregnant and gave birth to a baby without arms or legs. Silva and Herrera immigrated illegally to the United States, and their experiences are far from unique. In this comprehensive, balanced overview of the immigration crisis, Nancy Brown Diggs examines the abusive, unethical conditions under which many immigrants work, and explores how what was once a border problem now extends throughout the country. Drawing from a wide spectrum of sources, Hidden in the Heartland demonstrates how the current situation is untenable for both illegal immigrants and American citizens. A vivid portrait of the immigration crisis, the book makes a passionate case for confronting this major human rights issue—a threat to the very unity of the country.