Imperium in Imperio

Imperium in Imperio Author Sutton Griggs
ISBN-10 9780307431264
Release 2007-12-18
Pages 208
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Self-published in 1899 and sold door-to-door by the author, this classic African-American novel—a gripping exploration of oppression, miscegenation, exploitation, and black empowerment—was a major bestseller in its day. The dramatic story of a conciliatory black man and a mulatto nationalist who grow up in a racist America and are driven to join a radical movement dedicated to the creation of an all-black nation in Texas, Imperium in Imperio had a profound influence on the development of black nationalism. From the Trade Paperback edition.



IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO Political Dystopia

IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO  Political Dystopia Author Sutton E. Griggs
ISBN-10 9788026874249
Release 2017-03-02
Pages 148
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This carefully crafted ebook: “IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO (Political Dystopia)” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. “Imperium In Imperio” is a turn of a century novel which envisages what kind of leadership the Black Civil Rights Movement ought to have–one that is radical and seizes control of the government or the other which stresses on assimilation? Published in 1899 the novel proposed the radical idea of a secret underground group of radicals that is debating these issues. The faces of these two widely disparate ways are two friends–Bernard Belgrave, the proponent of militancy and Belton Piedmont, the pacifist. But what will happen when these two ideologies collide? Can their utopian ideals sustain in the face of reality? Or will their worlds descend into the chaos of a political dystopia? The novel still raises pertinent questions about the issues of Black leadership in present day America and contrary to popular belief, does not provide an easy answer! Sutton Elbert Griggs (1872-1933) was an African-American author, Baptist minister, social activist and founder of the first black newspaper and high school in Texas.



States Rights and the Union

States  Rights and the Union Author Forrest McDonald
ISBN-10 UOM:39015049625620
Release 2000
Pages 296
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Illuminates the history of and issues surrounding state's rights, from the birth of the republic through the 1870s.



ROAD NOT TAKEN Imperium in Imperio The Hindered Hand

ROAD NOT TAKEN    Imperium in Imperio   The Hindered Hand Author Sutton E. Griggs
ISBN-10 9788026874232
Release 2017-03-02
Pages 382
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This carefully crafted ebook: “ROAD NOT TAKEN? - Imperium in Imperio & The Hindered Hand” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. “Imperium In Imperio” is a turn of a century novel which envisages what kind of leadership the Black Civil Rights Movement ought to have–one that is radical and seizes control of the government or the other which stresses on assimilation? Published in 1899 the novel proposed the radical idea of a secret underground group of radicals that is debating these issues. The faces of these two widely disparate ways are two friends–Bernard Belgrave, the proponent of militancy and Belton Piedmont, the pacifist. But what will happen when these two ideologies collide? Can their utopian ideals sustain in the face of reality? Or will their worlds descend into the chaos of a political dystopia? The novel still raises pertinent questions about the issues of Black leadership in present day America and contrary to popular belief, does not provide an easy answer. “Hindered Hand” is a direct reply to Thomas Dixon's “The Leopard's Spots” which showed that the members of KKK (Ku Klux Klan) were heroes and the free slaves were villains. The Hindered Hand shatters this white ideology and reveals the truth by showing graphic accounts of sexual violence and lynching against the African Americans and thus became one the most popular African-American novels of the period.... Sutton Elbert Griggs (1872-1933) was an African-American author, Baptist minister, social activist and founder of the first black newspaper and high school in Texas.



Imperium in Imperio a Study of the Negro Race Problem

Imperium in Imperio a Study of the Negro Race Problem Author Sutton E. Griggs
ISBN-10 153290990X
Release 2016-04-24
Pages 184
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Imperium in Imperio Or Substantial Motives for Resisting the Claims of the Roman Catholics to Admissibility Into Any Situations which Could Afford Them Opportunities of Legislating for Protestants

Imperium in Imperio  Or  Substantial Motives for Resisting the Claims of the Roman Catholics to Admissibility Into Any Situations which Could Afford Them Opportunities of Legislating for Protestants Author
ISBN-10 BL:A0018909374
Release 1825
Pages 16
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Jim Crow Literature and the Legacy of Sutton E Griggs

Jim Crow  Literature  and the Legacy of Sutton E  Griggs Author Tess Chakkalakal
ISBN-10 9780820340326
Release 2013
Pages 310
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Imperium in Imperio (1899) was the first black novel to countenance openly the possibility of organized black violence against Jim Crow segregation. Its author, a Baptist minister and newspaper editor from Texas, Sutton E. Griggs (1872-1933), would go on to publish four more novels; establish his own publishing company, one of the first secular publishing houses owned and operated by an African American in the United States; and help to found the American Baptist Theological Seminary in Tennessee. Alongside W. E. B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington, Griggs was a key political and literary voice for black education and political rights and against Jim Crow. Jim Crow, Literature, and the Legacy of Sutton E. Griggs examines the wide scope of Griggs's influence on African American literature and politics at the turn of the twentieth century. Contributors engage Griggs's five novels and his numerous works of nonfiction, as well as his publishing and religious careers. By taking up Griggs's work, these essays open up a new historical perspective on African American literature and the terms that continue to shape American political thought and culture.



State local Relations

State local Relations Author Joseph Francis Zimmerman
ISBN-10 0275950697
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 258
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This is a revision and update of Zimmerman's classic study of relations between state and local government. The first edition, published in 1983, was based on three decades of research into intergovernmental affairs and examined the legal, financial, and structural foundations of state-local relations. This new edition adds a fourth decade of research and brings the work up to date through the early 1990s, adding a chapter on state mandates and local governments, reviewing and analyzing the changes in fortune of state and local governments, and the impact of those changes on their relations between each other and between themselves and the federal government.



The Imperium

The Imperium Author Giselle G.c Bueno
ISBN-10 1539001296
Release 2016-09-20
Pages 110
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La historia ocurre en Manhattan en el a�o 2044, es una historia post-apocal�ptica durante de la tercera guerra mundial los humanos deb�an hallar la forma de "Salvar" la humanidad y que mejor idea que la nasa iniciara un proyecto llamado The imperium (el imperio) una comunidad de humanos h�bridos. De all� nacieron primero los sanders mitad androide mitad extraterrestres estos eran maquinas mortales al principio el gobierno de los estados unidos los crey� buenos para acabar con la guerra pero estos tuvieron otros planes y decidieron acabar con ellos luego de ese incidente el proyecto imperium decidi� nuevamente hablar con sus influencias alien�genas para crear mas razas pero esta vez ellos la controlar�an y la �nica forma de obtenerlo era volvi�ndolos mitad humanos para hacerlos "ofensivos" all� a partir de eso nacieron los uikas, y los airos los uikas eran una especie sabia que pod�a estar en contacto con la naturaleza y su mientras que los airos eran una especie ancestral guerrera s�per fuertes y guiados por el sentimiento de guerra. La historia gira en torno a Judit jones una airo que trabajaba en el imperium que un d�a conoce a un inusual uika de ojos amarillos y sonrisa brillante, y lo que menos podr�a pensar ella que ese chico podr�a ser la soluci�n a la humanidad.... y del universo.



The Empire Abroad and the Empire at Home

The Empire Abroad and the Empire at Home Author John Cullen Gruesser
ISBN-10 9780820344065
Release 2012-12-01
Pages 168
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In The Empire Abroad and the Empire at Home, John Cullen Gruesser establishes that African American writers at the turn of the twentieth century responded extensively and idiosyncratically to overseas expansion and its implications for domestic race relations. He contends that the work of these writers significantly informs not only African American literary studies but also U.S. political history. Focusing on authors who explicitly connect the empire abroad and the empire at home (James Weldon Johnson, Sutton Griggs, Pauline E. Hopkins, W.E.B. Du Bois, and others), Gruesser examines U.S. black participation in, support for, and resistance to expansion. Race consistently trumped empire for African American writers, who adopted positions based on the effects they believed expansion would have on blacks at home. Given the complexity of the debates over empire and rapidity with which events in the Caribbean and the Pacific changed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, it should come as no surprise that these authors often did not maintain fixed positions on imperialism. Their stances depended on several factors, including the foreign location, the presence or absence of African American soldiers within a particular text, the stage of the author's career, and a given text's relationship to specific generic and literary traditions. No matter what their disposition was toward imperialism, the fact of U.S. expansion allowed and in many cases compelled black writers to grapple with empire. They often used texts about expansion to address the situation facing blacks at home during a period in which their citizenship rights, and their very existence, were increasingly in jeopardy.



Contemporary American Federalism

Contemporary American Federalism Author Joseph F. Zimmerman
ISBN-10 9780791477656
Release 2008-09-10
Pages 266
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Traces the development of the American federal system of government, focusing principally on the shifting balance of powers between the national government and the states.



The Administrative Threat

The Administrative Threat Author Philip Hamburger
ISBN-10 9781594039508
Release 2017-05-02
Pages 68
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Government agencies regulate Americans in the full range of their lives, including their political participation, their economic endeavors, and their personal conduct. Administrative power has thus become pervasively intrusive. But is this power constitutional? A similar sort of power was once used by English kings, and this book shows that the similarity is not a coincidence. In fact, administrative power revives absolutism. On this foundation, the book explains how administrative power denies Americans their basic constitutional freedoms, such as jury rights and due process. No other feature of American government violates as many constitutional provisions or is more profoundly threatening. As a result, administrative power is the key civil liberties issue of our era.



Locuciones Latinas En Materia Juridica

Locuciones Latinas En Materia Juridica Author No Bustamante Bustamante
ISBN-10 9781463341831
Release 2012-11-01
Pages 604
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El presente manuscrito es una compilación de diversas Locuciones Latinas en Materia Jurídica. No es una guía de Derecho. Tampoco una exposición doctrinaria de las locuciones plasmadas, sólo se busca mostrar sencillamente, algunas locuciones y vocablos visualizados en diversos textos, cuyos autores se exponen en la bibliografía, haciendo con mucho respeto hacia ellos. De inicio se muestra un capítulo de "introducción", con lo que se busca explicar la importancia del contenido, se detalla una "breve historia romana" alusiva a los "orígenes de la península italiana", los "pueblos que conformaron la península itálica", sobre todo los pueblos que se establecieron en la región del Lazio, (centro-sur de Italia), los etruscos, (norte-centro de Italia) y los colonizadores griegos que se establecieron en el sur de Italia, todos ellos contribuyeron al crecimiento de Roma a partir de su fundación en el siglo VIII a.C. La obra de "Rómulo y Remo", "La Monarquía", "La República, "El Imperio" (sus emperadores y su ocaso); cómo surge el "Derecho Romano", y "el uso del latín en el derecho". Con la explicación breve en cada una de las locuciones y vocablos, (de las de mayor importancia), se busca explicar el sentido de las mismas, es decir, lo que pensaron y quisieron decirnos los antiguos jurisconsultos romanos. De manera general, se muestra brevemente la historia romana, la conformación del Derecho y las locuciones con una breve explicación.



Bougainville Before the Conflict

Bougainville Before the Conflict Author Anthony J. Regan
ISBN-10 9781740761383
Release 2005
Pages 566
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Bougainville is best known as the site of devastating civil conflict. This title explores its rich heritage before the conflict and provides an insight into the long-term causes of the crisis; bringing together geological, environmental, archeological, ethnic linguistic and historical aspects of this beautiful Pacific island.



Congressional Preemption

Congressional Preemption Author Joseph F. Zimmerman
ISBN-10 0791482731
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 302
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Examines the use of preemption powers by Congress to completely or partially remove regulatory authority from state and local governments.



News from the Empire

News from the Empire Author Fernando del Paso
ISBN-10 9781564785336
Release 2009
Pages 704
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Presents a fictional account of the tragic lives of Maximilian and Carlota, the short-lived Emperor and Empress of Mexico, and explores the events that first appointed the couple and then swiftly removed them from power.



Is Administrative Law Unlawful

Is Administrative Law Unlawful Author Philip Hamburger
ISBN-10 9780226116457
Release 2014-05-27
Pages 648
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Is administrative law unlawful? This provocative question has become all the more significant with the expansion of the modern administrative state. While the federal government traditionally could constrain liberty only through acts of Congress and the courts, the executive branch has increasingly come to control Americans through its own administrative rules and adjudication, thus raising disturbing questions about the effect of this sort of state power on American government and society. With Is Administrative Law Unlawful?, Philip Hamburger answers this question in the affirmative, offering a revisionist account of administrative law. Rather than accepting it as a novel power necessitated by modern society, he locates its origins in the medieval and early modern English tradition of royal prerogative. Then he traces resistance to administrative law from the Middle Ages to the present. Medieval parliaments periodically tried to confine the Crown to governing through regular law, but the most effective response was the seventeenth-century development of English constitutional law, which concluded that the government could rule only through the law of the land and the courts, not through administrative edicts. Although the US Constitution pursued this conclusion even more vigorously, administrative power reemerged in the Progressive and New Deal Eras. Since then, Hamburger argues, administrative law has returned American government and society to precisely the sort of consolidated or absolute power that the US Constitution—and constitutions in general—were designed to prevent. With a clear yet many-layered argument that draws on history, law, and legal thought, Is Administrative Law Unlawful? reveals administrative law to be not a benign, natural outgrowth of contemporary government but a pernicious—and profoundly unlawful—return to dangerous pre-constitutional absolutism.