The Price of Peace

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • An “outstanding new intellectual biography of John Maynard Keynes [that moves] swiftly along currents of lucidity and wit” (The New York Times), illuminating the world of the influential economist and his ...

The Price of Peace

Author: Zachary D. Carter

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 0525509046

Page: 656

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • An “outstanding new intellectual biography of John Maynard Keynes [that moves] swiftly along currents of lucidity and wit” (The New York Times), illuminating the world of the influential economist and his transformative ideas “A timely, lucid and compelling portrait of a man whose enduring relevance is always heightened when crisis strikes.”—The Wall Street Journal WINNER OF THE HILLMAN PRIZE FOR BOOK JOURNALISM • FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD AND THE SABEW BEST IN BUSINESS BOOK AWARD • NAMED ONE OF THE TEN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY AND ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Jennifer Szalai, The New York Times • The Economist • Bloomberg • Mother Jones At the dawn of World War I, a young academic named John Maynard Keynes hastily folded his long legs into the sidecar of his brother-in-law’s motorcycle for an odd, frantic journey that would change the course of history. Swept away from his placid home at Cambridge University by the currents of the conflict, Keynes found himself thrust into the halls of European treasuries to arrange emergency loans and packed off to America to negotiate the terms of economic combat. The terror and anxiety unleashed by the war would transform him from a comfortable obscurity into the most influential and controversial intellectual of his day—a man whose ideas still retain the power to shock in our own time. Keynes was not only an economist but the preeminent anti-authoritarian thinker of the twentieth century, one who devoted his life to the belief that art and ideas could conquer war and deprivation. As a moral philosopher, political theorist, and statesman, Keynes led an extraordinary life that took him from intimate turn-of-the-century parties in London’s riotous Bloomsbury art scene to the fevered negotiations in Paris that shaped the Treaty of Versailles, from stock market crashes on two continents to diplomatic breakthroughs in the mountains of New Hampshire to wartime ballet openings at London’s extravagant Covent Garden. Along the way, Keynes reinvented Enlightenment liberalism to meet the harrowing crises of the twentieth century. In the United States, his ideas became the foundation of a burgeoning economics profession, but they also became a flash point in the broader political struggle of the Cold War, as Keynesian acolytes faced off against conservatives in an intellectual battle for the future of the country—and the world. Though many Keynesian ideas survived the struggle, much of the project to which he devoted his life was lost. In this riveting biography, veteran journalist Zachary D. Carter unearths the lost legacy of one of history’s most fascinating minds. The Price of Peace revives a forgotten set of ideas about democracy, money, and the good life with transformative implications for today’s debates over inequality and the power politics that shape the global order. LONGLISTED FOR THE CUNDILL HISTORY PRIZE

The Price of Peace

When Grainne O'Connor is charged with the murder of two IRA volunteers freed from prison under the 1998 Belfast Peace Agreement, the chief prosecution witness is the man responsible for the 1993 murder of Grainne's husband and only child.

The Price of Peace

Author: James B. Johnston

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780989138000

Page: 226

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When Grainne O'Connor is charged with the murder of two IRA volunteers freed from prison under the 1998 Belfast Peace Agreement, the chief prosecution witness is the man responsible for the 1993 murder of Grainne's husband and only child. While the jury determines Grainne's guilt or innocence, it is the reader who is left to answer the question- what is justice?

The Price of Peace

to be beneficial from the national point of view , the nation has not only the right
but the duty to do all in its power to attain ... Such sacrifice would be the price of
peace . Let me point out at the outset that though the price be high it must be paid
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The Price of Peace

Author: Salvador de Madariaga

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 27

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The Price of Peace

Ace Books by Mike Moscoe The First Casualty The Price of Peace They Also
Serve (September 2013) Writing as Mike Shepherd Kris Longknife: Mutineer Kris
Longknife: Deserter Kris Longknife: Defiant Kris Longknife: Resolute Kris
Longknife: ...

The Price of Peace

Author: Mike Moscoe

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101617624

Page: 336

View: 610

THE WAR IS OVER. THE TREATY IS SIGNED. AND ALL IS WELL IN THE GALAXY… Izzy Umboto is a hero of the conflict between the Society of Humanity and the Unity Party. Instead of retiring and living out her days quietly, she’s wrangled command of her very own warship. Unfortunately, that ship is the less-than-state-of-the-art Patton. Lieutenant Terrence Tordon, called “Trouble” by both his enemies and his friends, and even himself, is a career marine. The word “quit” isn’t in his vocabulary. Now Lieutenant Trouble and his troops have signed on with Commander Umboto, trading a higher paycheck for the promise of action. For all is not well in the galaxy. On the scattering of planets along the rim, remnant thugs of the Unity Party still hold power. In the shipping lanes of rim space, pirates roam freely. Umboto and Tordon will soon learn that enforcing the peace can be just as expensive as fighting the war—and the cost will be counted in human lives…

The Price of Peace A Conspiracy of Silence

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The Price of Peace   A Conspiracy of Silence

Author: Irene Lewis Ward

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1291972617

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This fascinating, full-length historical novel is based firmly upon facts. Set in the nineteenth century it tells how, in order to avoid a war, a new-born child was smuggled secretly into exile abroad simply BECAUSE SHE WAS A GIRL! From humble beginnings in rural North Wales, the story transports us amid a conspiracy of silence to international political intrigue and a cover-up involving Knights of the Realm, a Church Dignitary, Ministers of State and at least two Crowned Heads. Its true worth has been vastly discounted in the asking price in order that this secret part of our country's history - and that of Northern Europe -should at last be revealed and the staggering events made available to all.

The Price of Peace

Japan, a strong military power, had invaded their land and began a reign of terror that lasted a nighmarish three and a half year. All expressions of human rights were lost overnight.

The Price of Peace

Author: Choon Hon Foong

Publisher: Asiapac Books Pte, Limited

ISBN:

Page: 344

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One day in February 1942, the people of Singapore were rudely awakened to the fact that the peace and freedom they enjoyed had been taken away. Japan, a strong military power, had invaded their land and began a reign of terror that lasted a nighmarish three and a half year. All expressions of human rights were lost overnight.

Munich

This definitive account of the 1938 Munich conference examines the personalities and issues that dominated the desperate negotiations during the days preceding World War II

Munich

Author: Telford Taylor

Publisher: Random House Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 1084

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This definitive account of the 1938 Munich conference examines the personalities and issues that dominated the desperate negotiations during the days preceding World War II

Yalta

A history of the eight-day peace conference in 1945 between FDR, Churchill and Stalin offers insight into the strained political forces that influenced peace talks, challenging popular opinions about Yalta's role in triggering the Cold War.

Yalta

Author: Serhii Plokhy

Publisher: Viking Adult

ISBN: 9780670021413

Page: 451

View: 510

A history of the eight-day peace conference in 1945 between FDR, Churchill and Stalin offers insight into the strained political forces that influenced peace talks, challenging popular opinions about Yalta's role in triggering the Cold War.

The Price of Politics

222 ) .23 And , if the government fails to provide this service , man may dissolve
the government ( Chapter XIX ) .24 If ... The conclusion that the end of
government is to protect property assumes that the state of nature is not a state of
peace .

The Price of Politics

Author: Kyle Scott

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN:

Page: 160

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This book examines the historical, political, and legal heritage of the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights to come to grips with modern political developments. It explores both the normative and the emperical dimensions of the debate.