Time Annual 1994

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ISBN: 1883013054
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...this...volume offers readers a sweeping yet nuanced view of world events in the year 1994. Here...is history in the making: earthquakes in California and political upheavals in Washington, young athletes speeding to victory at Lillehammer and a once-great athlete running to nowhere on the freeways of Los Angeles. Here are rebellion in Chechnya, a nation reborn in South Africa, the triumphant returns of Jean-Bertrand Aristide to Haiti and Yasser Arafat to Gaza. And there are the scientists and artists, the diplomats and divas, the executives and entertainers....The book also offers new material created exclusively for these pages from 'Time' White House correspondent Michael Duffy's analysis of Bill Clinton's year to an extensive photo essay on the Winter Olympics. Here, too, are 'Time's' hallmark annual features: the selection of Pope Paul II as Man of the Year....[and] the critic's choices of 1994's best books, plays, movies, music and television.

Annual Review Of Nursing Research Volume 13 1995

Author: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826182265
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Now in its second decade of publication, this landmark series draws together and critically reviews all the existing research in specific areas of nursing practice, nursing care delivery, nursing education, and the professional aspects of nursing.

Canadian Annual Review Of Politics And Public Affairs

Author: David Mutimer
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802037151
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Elections dominated Canadian politics in 1996, despite there being no federal election. The fallout from Québec's narrowly defeated referendum on sovereignty the previous year drifted across 1996's political landscape. At the same time, though barely half-way into their mandate from the 1993 Federal election, Jean Chrétien's Liberal government gave every indication of gearing up for another vote in 1997. Sandwiched between these votes, 1996 saw three provincial elections, two MPs leave Ottawa to become provincial premiers, the election and subsequent resignation of a new Leader of the Opposition, and a series of federal by-elections. The by-elections were noteworthy for holding the possibility of displacing the Bloc Québécois from its status as Official Opposition, in favour of the conservative, western-based Reform Party. Featuring essays on parliament and politics, Ottawa and the provinces, foreign affairs and defence, the Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs provides a comprehensive account of the year's events. It is unique in its collection and presentation of the year's events, and has long been praised for its excellence.