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Morone repeatedly notes that "historians" might find his generalizations "hard to swallow" (31).
The forbidding of liquor sales between 1920 and 1933, Morone posits, "yielded sprawling police powers, inspired new legal rules," and "prepared the cultural ground for the active government of the New Deal.
Morone is at his best when providing rich illustrations of the provocative, startling, amusing, and sometimes frightening similarities among the events he analyzes (including the Puritan founding, the Salem witch trials, the Great Awakening, the Second Great Awakening, abolition, "white slavery," prohibition, the civil rights movement, anti-communism, and others).
The contents of this volume are not as exciting as those of the first volume of the Processo Morone, but with Manzoni's edition as a tease, we can only await eagerly the appearance of further volumes and hope that they do not take the eight years it did to complete their predecessor.
A model of survival and growth of striped bass larvae Morone saxatilis in the Potomac River, 1987.
Morone, who will continue to serve as CEO until his successor is in place, has also agreed to remain on the board to support the transition and ensure an orderly handoff.
WORCESTER Mary (Laudone) Morone, 99, of Worcester passed away peacefully Saturday, November 27th, 2010 with family by her side.
Different species of fish have been shown to have different optimum feeding frequencies; young salmon fed continuously for 15 h/day [44], channel catfish twice a day [2], estuarine grouper once every 2 days [10], common carp three times a day [8], milkfish fingerlings twice/day [47], rainbow trout 3 times/day [42], hybrid sunfish 3 times/day [52], channel catfish once/day or twice/day [54,55], sunshine bass (Morone chrysops x Morone saxatilis) twice a day [53] and Red swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri) twice a day (James and Sampath 2003).
An ongoing epizootic of mycobacteriosis has been reported among striped bass, Morone saxatilis (1), in the Chesapeake Bay, one of the largest and most productive estuaries in North America.
MORONE are professors at the University of Minnesota and Brown University, respectively, and are editors of Healthy, Wealthy, and Fair (forthcoming from Oxford University Press).
A large fraction of these are both native and essentially freshwater species; only four are introduced (Cyprinus carpio, Morone chrysops, M.
Key words: Chesapeake Bay, field study, macrophage bactericidal activity, Morone americana, quantitative PCR, transforming growth factor-[Beta], white perch.
James Morone is Professor of Political Science at Brown University.
As for the Domenico Morone Fall of the Bonacolsi of 1494, it cannot have been commissioned for the Palazzo di San Sebastiano where it was subsequently moved, since work on this palace could not have been initiated until 1505.
David Greenstone, James Morone, Daniel Elazar, and Sacvan Bercovitch.