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Public Domain Images MET436282 The Crucifixion - The Last Judgment Poster Print by Jan Van Eyck, Netherlandish Maaseik Ca. 1390 1441 Bruges & Workshop Assistant, 18 x 24

Public Domain Images MET436282 The Crucifixion - The Last Judgment Poster Print by Jan Van Eyck, Netherlandish Maaseik Ca. 1390 1441 Bruges & Workshop Assistant, 18 x 24

The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment Poster Print by Jan van Eyck (Netherlandish Maaseik ca. 1390 1441 Bruges) and. Posters for your wall and fine art prints for the home or office.

The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment Poster Print by Jan van Eyck (Netherlandish, Maaseik ca. 1390 “1441 Bruges) and is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is approximately 18.00 x 24.00 inches and the image size is approximately 18.00 x 24.00 inches. Frame it or just hang dorm room style! Great print for any room.

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Building a National Capability to Monitor and Access Medical Countermeasure Use During a Public Health Emergency

Building a National Capability to Monitor and Access Medical Countermeasure Use During a Public Health Emergency
Building a National Capability to Monitor and Access Medical Countermeasure Use During a Public Health Emergency
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English Commons and Forests: The Story of the Battle During the Last Thirty Years for Public Rights Over the Commons and Forests of England and Wal

English Commons and Forests: The Story of the Battle During the Last Thirty Years for Public Rights Over the Commons and Forests of England and Wal
English Commons and Forests: The Story of the Battle During the Last Thirty Years for Public Rights Over the Commons and Forests of England and Wal
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Every Last Drop: How the Blood Industry Betrayed the Public Trust

Every Last Drop: How the Blood Industry Betrayed the Public Trust
After barely making it through Rutgers Law School, George Baxter practiced law from his 1975 Oldsmobile, bouncing from court to court taking per diem work from any lawyer who would give it to him. Then he met Bill Snyder who desperately needed a lawyer because he'd been infected with AIDS from a transfusion he received during heart surgery. Racing against time and poorly financed, George began a six-year legal battle against the billion-dollar-a-year blood industry that infected his client- as well as 29,000 other people - with AIDS. EVERY LAST DROP is written in the first person as the plaintiff's lawyer in the landmark trial Snyder v. American Association of Blood Banks. The trial exposed how the United States blood industry disseminated false information, hyjacked the FDA, and conspired to delay AIDS testing to save money, which resulted in the most devastating public health disaster in U.S. history. George's personal struggle surfaces throughout this narrative, alongside the stories of patients who suffered from AIDS but fought to stay alive for their exhausting trials. The case fueled a congressional investigation into dangerous blood industry practices and Federal Food And Drug Administration conflicts of interest that allowed this to happen. EVERY LAST DROP has a David and Goliath paradigm that centers on the universal themes of persistence, friendship, and the importance of trust over money, especially in the wake of a disaster. Dr. Donald P. Francis, formerly with the Centers for Disease Control AIDS Task Force and Dr. Marcus Conant, two of the country's leading Public health and AIDS experts, have written the introductions.
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Fugitive Political Essays, Which Have Appeared in the Public Advertiser During the Last Winter, 1769 and 1770, Under the Several Names of Old Slyboots

Fugitive Political Essays, Which Have Appeared in the Public Advertiser During the Last Winter, 1769 and 1770, Under the Several Names of Old Slyboots
Fugitive Political Essays, Which Have Appeared in the Public Advertiser During the Last Winter, 1769 and 1770, Under the Several Names of Old Slyboots
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The Last Plague: Spanish Influenza and the Politics of Public Health in Canada

The Last Plague: Spanish Influenza and the Politics of Public Health in Canada

The Spanish influenza of 1918 was the deadliest pandemic in history, killing as many as 50 million people worldwide. Canadian federal public health officials tried to prevent the disease from entering the country by implementing a maritime quarantine, as had been their standard practice since the cholera epidemics of 1832. But the 1918 flu was a different type of disease. In spite of the best efforts of both federal and local officials, up to fifty thousand Canadians died.

In The Last Plague, Mark Osborne Humphries examines how federal epidemic disease management strategies developed before the First World War, arguing that the deadliest epidemic in Canadian history ultimately challenged traditional ideas about disease and public health governance. Using federal, provincial, and municipal archival sources, newspapers, and newly discovered military records as well as original epidemiological studies Humphries' sweeping national study situates the flu within a larger social, political, and military context for the first time. His provocative conclusion is that the 1918 flu crisis had important long-term consequences at the national level, ushering in the modern era of public health in Canada."


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The Last Plague: Spanish Influenza and the Politics of Public Health in Canada

The Last Plague: Spanish Influenza and the Politics of Public Health in Canada

The Spanish influenza of 1918 was the deadliest pandemic in history, killing as many as 50 million people worldwide. Canadian federal public health officials tried to prevent the disease from entering the country by implementing a maritime quarantine, as had been their standard practice since the cholera epidemics of 1832. But the 1918 flu was a different type of disease. In spite of the best efforts of both federal and local officials, up to fifty thousand Canadians died.

In The Last Plague, Mark Osborne Humphries examines how federal epidemic disease management strategies developed before the First World War, arguing that the deadliest epidemic in Canadian history ultimately challenged traditional ideas about disease and public health governance. Using federal, provincial, and municipal archival sources, newspapers, and newly discovered military records as well as original epidemiological studies Humphries' sweeping national study situates the flu within a larger social, political, and military context for the first time. His provocative conclusion is that the 1918 flu crisis had important long-term consequences at the national level, ushering in the modern era of public health in Canada."


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The Last Neighborhood Cops : The Rise and Fall of Community Policing in New York Public Housing

The Last Neighborhood Cops : The Rise and Fall of Community Policing in New York Public Housing
In recent years, community policing has transformed American law enforcement by promising to build trust between citizens and officers. Today, three-quarters of American police departments claim to embrace the strategy. But decades before the phrase was coined, the New York City Housing Authority Police Department (HAPD) had pioneered community-based crime-fighting strategies.

The Last Neighborhood Cops reveals the forgotten history of the residents and cops who forged community policing in the public housing complexes of New York City during the second half of the twentieth century. Through a combination of poignant storytelling and historical analysis, Fritz Umbach draws on buried and confidential police records and voices of retired officers and older residents to help explore the rise and fall of the HAPD's community-based strategy, while questioning its tactical effectiveness. The result is a unique perspective on contemporary debates of community policing and historical developments chronicling the influence of poor and working-class populations on public policy making.




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