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May.13.2008
Madison reviews Peter Gabel's The Bank Teller and Other Essays on the Politics of Meaning. Her analysis provides insight into Gabel's philosophical lineage, the postmodern lexicon and its roots, and the missing feminist perspective that haunts Gabel's work in Critical Legal Theory, political...
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Apr.25.2008
Start-Up & Emerging Companies: Planning, Financing & Operating the Successful Business brings the legal and business savvy of leading experts from law, investment banking and venture capital firms. The work includes extensive coverage of the venture financing process and negotiating...
Apr.23.2008
The subject of Huntington W. Sharp's commentary in New College of California's Law Review is the intersection of politics and media in mid-2000s San Francisco. This intersection is the lens through which Sharp surveys the city's history, introduces the major players at that time, and discusses the...
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Mar.24.2008
This extraordinary book explains the engine that has catapulted the Internet from backwater to ubiquity—and reveals that it is sputtering precisely because of its runaway success. With the unwitting help of its users, the generative Internet is on a path to a lockdown, ending its cycle of...
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Mar.21.2008
In The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty, veteran Wall Street Journal writer Julia Flynn Siler chronicles the turbulence that has roiled four generations of Mondavis and the business they built into an empire. Drawing on meticulous research and hundreds of interviews...
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Mar.19.2008
Dichos: Spanish sayings or proverbs Advice is one of the most valuable gifts a mother can give to her daughter. Cristina Pérez turns to her mother's wisdom every day by reflecting on the dichos she taught her. Here Cristina shares those that have most powerfully influenced her life and translates...