A view of Winston Churchill, the workings of his historical imagination, and his successes and failures as a statesman. It treats Churchill's relationships with Stalin, Roosevelt and Eisenhower, as well as his farsighted political vision concerning the coming of World War II and the Cold War.
In this title, Leycester Coltman chronicles the events of Fidel Castro's extraordinary life from the political activism of his university days in Havana to periods of exile, imprisonment, and guerilla warfare alongside Che Guevara, to the uncertainties of his old age.
Focuses on the artist's large-scale sculptures in latex and fiberglass and provides an opportunity to look at Eva Hesse's artistic achievement within the historical context of her life in family diaries and photographs. This work examines Hesse's works within the context of the art and aesthetic theories of the 1960s.
Draws on actual business experiences as well as social science research to challenge the assumptions about business ethics at companies and business schools. This book gives business leaders, managers, and students the tools not just to recognize what is right, but also to ensure that the right things happen.
With stories and anecdotes, the author describes a chequered progression of breakthroughs, haphazard experiments, ignorant attitudes, and surprising developments in human efforts to control pain. He offers a multicultural history that culminates with a discussion of successes, and failures, in the struggle against pain.