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an American who was born in Britain or one whose ancestors were British

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As the title promises, Havers examines Strauss's legacy in the context of Anglo-American democracy.
The topics include understanding the cultural sinews of the Anglo-American special relationship, transatlantic diplomacy and global states, climate change and post-Cold War Anglo-American environmental politics, evaluating contemporary Anglo-American intelligence and security cooperation, and the nuclear dimension.
The first focuses on gender and established Anglo-American and Native American definitions of manhood.
Anglo-American announced a number of changes across its businesses to create a more streamlined management structure and further focus the group on its core-mining portfolio.
In his new book, Allies in War, part of the publisher's series on modern warfare, Mark Stoler examines the relationship between the United States and Great Britain during the Second World War and attacks the assumption of a harmonious Anglo-American coalition.
Fellow gay Anglo-American and Angeleno Christopher Isherwood is represented, as are the poet W.
Another is more current, reflecting the contemporary interest in eliding the nationalist gap separating British and American thought to treat the Atlantic World as a fundamentally single unit embracing a common literary and linguistic culture; insofar as the slave trade was a joint Anglo-American activity this perspective is particularly relevant to Gould's project.
The author analyzes and rejects many stereotypes commonly held by mainstream Anglo-American society in the United States.
In the UK the performance of building materials group Tarmac 'improved significantly' as the integration of the business bought by Anglo-American for pounds 1.
culture is no exception For example, the most familiar internal contradiction in the United States is thai between Anglo-American beliefs about equality of opportunity and universal rights, on the one hand, and racism and Anglo ethnocentrism, on the other.
David Woodward, author of Lloyd George and the Generals (London, 1983), editor of The Military Correspondent of Field-Marshal Sir William Robertson (London, 1989) and writer of a number of important articles about Anglo-American relations in the First World War, is an ideal person to consider the complicated nature of the Anglo-American relationship, 1917-18.
Blood, Class, and Nostalgia: Anglo-American Ironies
Walvin treats Equiano's Interesting Narrative (1789) by relating it point by point to recent scholarship on West African slaveholding and slave-trading societies, the Atlantic slave trade, New World slavery, Anglo-American commerce, British politics, and the nascent abolitionism of the 1780s.
The focus upon the viability of the Anglo-American model, however simple the argument, represents a major reversal in the understanding of comparative political economy.
Randall Bennett Woods' work is, in fact, a detailed study of the aspects of Anglo-American economic relations directly relating to planning for the postwar.
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