By Heidi Beirich Since the late 1990s, the United States has experienced an explosive rise in nativism, or anti-immigrant sentiment, to a level of intensity not seen in nearly a century. This nativist backlash has been fueled by demographic changes resulting largely from an influx of Latino immigrants and by projections that whites will make up less than half the U.S. population by 2042. Essay: The Anti-Immigrant Movement | Southern Poverty Law Center
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The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written: The History of Thought from Ancient Times to Today (1998) is a book of intellectual history written by Martin Seymour-Smith , a British poet , critic , and biographer . [ 1 ] [ edit ] Chronological list The one hundred most influential books, according to Seymour-Smith, in the approximate chronological order he gives:
from Bob Dylan (Sent to the Emergency Civil Liberties Committee after he received the Tom Paine Award at the Bill of Rights dinner on December 13, 1963.) Bob Dylan and the NECLC
An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States
With nothing to defend, uphold or even embrace, the idea of "hipsterdom" is left wide open for attack. And yet, it is this ironic lack of authenticity that has allowed hipsterdom to grow into a global phenomenon that is set to consume the very core of Western counterculture. Most critics make a point of attacking the hipster's lack of individuality, but it is this stubborn obfuscation that distinguishes them from their predecessors, while allowing hipsterdom to easily blend in and mutate other social movements, sub-cultures and lifestyles.
Keffiyeh Iraqi militiaman at Sabaa Nissan (2003) wearing keffiyeh in Charraweyya style The keffiyeh/kufiya ( Arabic : كوفية , kūfiyyah , plural كوفيات , kūfiyyāt ), also better known as a ghutrah ( غُترَة ) or shemagh ( شماغ ), and also known by some as ḥaṭṭah ( حَطّة ), mashadah ( مَشَدة ), or in Persian chafiye ( چَفیِه ), and in Kurdish cemedanî ( جه مه داني), is a traditional Arab headdress fashioned from a square, usually cotton, scarf. It is typically worn by Arab men, as well as some Kurds .
Susan George (born June 29, 1934) is a well-known Franco-American political and social scientist , activist and writer on global social justice , Third World poverty, underdevelopment and debt . She is a fellow and president of the board of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. She is a fierce critic of the present policies of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank (IBRD) and what she calls their ' maldevelopment model '. Susan George (political scientist)
How the Other Half Dies How the Other Half Dies is a book by Franco-American activist Susan George , a member of the Transnational Institute .
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