By Silvia Romano, Carlo Caltagirone, Ugo Nocentini (auth.), Ugo Nocentini, Carlo Caltagirone, Gioacchino Tedeschi (eds.)
La sclerosi multipla è tra le più frequenti reason di disabilit� cronica nei giovani adulti e le conseguenze della malattia hanno un notevole impatto non solo sull’individuo, ma anche sulla sua famiglia e sulla societ� . Tra i tanti problemi che los angeles sclerosi multipla comporta, gli aspetti psicopatologici sono stati presi in considerazione dai ricercatori soltanto in epoca recente. Infatti, gli ultimi vent’anni hanno visto in questo campo un progressivo incremento di studi sperimentali e clinici, che hanno cercato di chiarire gli aspetti epidemiologici, clinici, eziologici e terapeutici dei vari disturbi psicopatologici riscontrati frequentemente nei pazienti con sclerosi multipla. Il quantity sintetizza le informazioni provenienti da ambiti di osservazione clinica, di indagine strumentale e di ricerca sperimentale al positive di fornire una panoramica completa sulle acquisizioni e di stimolare lo sviluppo di ulteriori ricerche. Costituisce pertanto uno strumento di approfondimento non solo consistent with i ricercatori ma anche consistent with i clinici e gli operatori sanitari.
By McCarthy, Joseph /.; McCarthy, Joseph; Evans, Medford Stanton; McCarthy, Joseph
Accused of making a bogus purple Scare and smearing numerous blameless sufferers in a five-year reign of terror, Senator Joseph McCarthy is remembered as a demagogue, a bully, and a liar. A part century after his loss of life, his identify is still synonymous with witch hunts. yet that photograph is incorrect, as veteran journalist Evans keeps during this groundbreaking publication, in response to six years of in depth examine. Drawing on primary sources--including U.S. executive files and FBI documents, in addition to contemporary learn from Soviet archives--Evans provides irrefutable facts of a constant Communist force to penetrate our executive, impact its regulations, and thieve its secrets and techniques. He additionally indicates that U.S. officers supposedly guarding in contrast hazard not just permit it ensue yet actively lined it up--precisely as Joe McCarthy contended. This e-book claims to supply the 1st exact account of what McCarthy did and, extra widely, what particularly occurred to the US through the chilly War.--From writer description. Read more...
summary: Accused of making a bogus purple Scare and smearing numerous blameless sufferers in a five-year reign of terror, Senator Joseph McCarthy is remembered as a demagogue, a bully, and a liar. A part century after his demise, his identify is still synonymous with witch hunts. yet that picture is inaccurate, as veteran journalist Evans keeps during this groundbreaking ebook, in accordance with six years of extensive study. Drawing on fundamental sources--including U.S. govt files and FBI documents, in addition to contemporary study from Soviet archives--Evans offers irrefutable facts of a continuing Communist force to penetrate our executive, impact its regulations, and scouse borrow its secrets and techniques. He additionally indicates that U.S. officers supposedly guarding in contrast risk not just permit it occur yet actively lined it up--precisely as Joe McCarthy contended. This e-book claims to supply the 1st exact account of what McCarthy did and, extra largely, what fairly occurred to the United States in the course of the chilly War.--From writer description
By Alison Jamieson
By John Koopman
San Francisco Chronicle reporter and marine veteran Koopman was once embedded within the 3rd Battalion, Fourth Marines, through the most up-to-date warfare in Iraq. He loved an in depth operating dating with the CO, the battalion sergeant significant, and several participants of the battalion. This did not spoil his skill to distance himself from elements of the army that he by no means cherished, or from political judgments at the warfare. the combo of embedding and previous provider did supply him an extraordinary viewpoint at the gritty (literally, whilst a sandstorm blew up) information of floor strive against in Iraq and the way the fashionable American marine pertains to his neighbors, his enemies, and his relations again domestic. the realization of the publication bargains both infrequent fabric at the nation-building efforts that proceed, with sympathy for either the U.S. army and so much colors of Iraqi opinion.—ALA Booklist
By Richard Bonaccorso
Publication via Bonaccorso, Richard
By Mark J White
The surprising assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 propelled the reminiscence of the slain president to a respected prestige. clearly adequate, the general public got here to phrases with the tragedy in Dallas via making an investment the executive executive's lifestyles with Lincolnesque significance--a ethical value transcending politics.
Traditionally, historians have accentuated both the confident "Camelot" or the destructive "counter-Camelot" view of JFK. Measured appreciation turned adulation and feedback developed into vilification. Bringing jointly top Kennedy students with a gaggle of more youthful historians, Mark J. White demonstrates that either models of JFK are unsatisfying caricatures, missing subtlety and nuance. utilizing lately declassified files, Kennedy examines some of the key concerns surrounding the president's time within the White residence: Vietnam, the Cuban missile drawback, the Berlin factor, the gap race, family with de Gaulle, and exchange coverage. Rejecting the idolatry and bitterness glaring in such a lot of prior works on JFK, the quantity provides a compelling reappraisal of the Kennedy presidency.
By Eisenhower, Dwight David; Eisenhower, Dwight David; Ambrose, Stephen E
From historian, Stephen E. Ambrose, comes an excellent telling of the conflict in Europe, from D-Day, June 6, 1944, to the top, 11 months later, on might 7, 1945. This authoritative narrative account is drawn via the writer himself from his 5 acclaimed books approximately that clash, so much fairly from the definitive and entire D-Day and Citizen squaddies. The Victors contains tales of person battles, raids, acts of braveness and struggling with Pegasus Bridge, an account of the 1st engagement of D-Day, while a detachment of British airborne troops stormed the German safety forces and prepared the ground for the Allied invasion; and from Band of Brothers, an account of an American rifle corporation from the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment who fought, died, and conquered, from Utah seashore in the course of the Bulge and directly to Hitler's Eagle's Nest in Germany. As regularly with Stephen Ambrose, the ranks, the normal boys and males, command his recognition and his awe. The Victors tells their tales, how electorate grew to become squaddies within the most sensible military on this planet. Ambrose attracts on hundreds of thousands of interviews and oral histories from govt and personal data, from the excessive command Eisenhower, Bradley, Patton--on down via officials and enlisted men--to re-create the final yr of the second one global warfare whilst the Allied infantrymen driven the Germans out of France, chased them throughout Germany, and destroyed the Nazi regime. Read more...
By Pier Paolo Pasolini, a cura di Walter Siti e Silvia De Laude
By Judy L. Hasday
This ebook bargains an in depth account of 1 of the main winning golfers of all time.Tiger Woods has a protracted record of achievements less than his belt and is taken into account probably the most profitable golfers of all time. As one of many world's optimum paid athletes, he maintains to damage files - many have been even damaged earlier than he grew to become 30. yet Tiger Woods isn't just a golfer. He has proven numerous charities and adolescence tasks, together with the Tiger Woods beginning and the Tiger Woods studying heart. "Tiger Woods" recounts the tale of his many existence achievements, from the younger baby golf below his father's tutelage to the world-famous athlete and philanthropist he's today.Filled with colour pictures, sidebars, memorable charges, and truth containers, this available publication is ideal for readers drawn to the lifestyles and profession of this international well-known seasoned golfer.
By Douglas Rice
Voices from the Korean warfare offers a set of first-person money owed of these who served within the Korean warfare. The Korean struggle is usually dubbed the "Forgotten War," even supposing greater than 36,000 squaddies died during this three-year clash. In Voices from the Korean struggle, writer Douglas Rice makes convinced the boys who served usually are not forgotten as he stocks first-person bills from seventy-nine squaddies who fought within the battle from June of 1950 via July of 1953. Voices from the Korean conflict follows the warriors as they trek and fly over the mountainous terrain of the Korean peninsula. via those eyewitness debts, listen a soldier describe what occurred to a small crew of North Korean villagers who refused to expose their situation. hear in as a wounded soldier tells a flight nurse the tale of ways he was once rescued by way of American infantrymen as he lay wounded in a North Korean domestic. find out how a few prisoners of conflict walked their imaginary canines to annoy their captors. This compilation of alternative squaddies' views conveys what it should have been prefer to be at once focused on the clash. It serves as a reminder of the demanding situations and the sacrifices the warriors made within the identify of conflict.