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Lucid and absorbing, The Quiet Rebels tells the moving story of the Religious Society of Friends and its unique contribution to the history of the United States, from the day in when the first Publishers of the Truth arrived in Boston harbor to the present/5.
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Keywords developing countries, everyday resistance, globalization, quiet encroachment, street politics, survivalist strategy, urban social movements, urban grassrootsCited by: Although the 20th century marks a resurgence of Quakers into public life, most notably with the founding of the American Friends Service Committee in and the renewed interest in the traditional Quaker principles of nonviolence and non-resistance to evil, one nonetheless gets the feeling reading Bacon's book that the contemporary Quakers, much like their ancestors, will.
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Margaret Hope Bacon (born Margaret Hope Borchardt, April 7, – Febru ) was an American Quaker historian, author and lecturer. She is primarily known for her biographies and works involving Quaker women’s history and the abolitionist movement.
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The quiet rebels; the story of the Quakers in America. The moving story of the Society of Friends and its unique contribution to the history of this country, from the day in when the first Publishers of the Truth arrived in Boston harbor to the present.
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By Margaret H. Bacon. New York: Basic Books, viii + pp. $Author: J. Maclear. The Rebels is a historical novel written by John Jakes, originally published inthe second in a series known as The Kent Family Chronicles or the American Bicentennial Series.
The novel mixes fictional characters with historical events and figures, to narrate the story of the nascent United States of America during the time of the American : John Jakes.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: New York: Basic Books,in series: Culture & discovery books. POLICE presents the "Quiet Rebels" campaign video featuring the rebels of today, modern men and women who challenge themselves to overcome all limits, leaving a mark on the world they live in.
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He stumbled along, ignoring the. The following interview appears in the current issue of The Paris Review (The Art of Translation No. 4). Credited with starting a “quiet revolution,” Larissa Volokhonsky and Richard Pevear have joined the small club of major translators whose interpretation of a masterpiece displaces the one read by generations : Paris Review.
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Rebels With the American Revolution in the national zeitgeist, creators Brian Wood (The Massive, DMZ, Northlanders) and Andrea Mutti (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Avengers) deliver a gripping piece of historical fiction with Rebels.
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Lucid and absorbing, The Quiet Rebels tells the moving story of the Religious Society of Friends and its unique contribution to the history of the United States, from the day in when the first Quakers (aka Publishers of the Truth) landed in Boston harbor to the present.
By Margaret Hope Bacon.