|Statement||By Isaac Lea.|
|LC Classifications||QL430.7.U6 L43X 1836|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||06032536|
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The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power is a book by American journalist Jeff book investigates the political power of The Family or The Fellowship, a secretive fundamentalist Christian association led by Douglas t has stated that the organization fetishizes power by comparing Jesus to “Lenin, Ho Chi Minh, Bin Laden” as examples of Author: Jeff Sharlet. Family is the story of an aristocratic Chinese family at the beginning of the 20th century. The Kao family lives in a well-appointed compound in the city of Chengtu and enjoys all the material and cultural benefits the city has to offer. Three brothers in the Kao family, Cheuh-hsin, Cheuh-min, and Cheuh-hui, are the main characters of the story. (shelved 3 times as family-story) avg rating — 1,, ratings — published Want to Read saving. page [unnumbered] page [unnumbered] page i a synopsis of the family union ide. by isaac lea, ll.d., vice-president of the american philosophical society; late president of the academy of natural sciences of philadelphia; member of the zoological society of london, etc. .
Early and family life Parents. His father, Isaac Lea (–) was a distinguished naturalist and member of the American Philosophical Society, and Lea was descended from a Philadelphia Quaker family, and had been born in Wilmington, March 8, , Isaac married Frances Anne Carey (–), daughter of Mathew Carey, the Philadelphia publisher . In Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, Chapter 6: The Ideal Husband, Alison portrayed her life around the age of There were some important moments for her. It was her “obsessive compulsive” year, it was the year she had her first period, and it was also the year when her mother had quite a hectic moment: finishing her thesis and performing The Importance of being Earnest in a local play. I picked up Choosing Naia while at the library searching for books for the Adoption Reading Challenge. Choosing Naia is a very detailed account of a family's choice to continue their pregnancy with a child prenatally diagnosed with Down Syndrome. The book is written by Mitchell Zuckoff, a /5. Like many people, I became more than a little invested in the story of Khizr and Ghazala Khan and their family during the election. And it was a brilliant coincidence that I discovered this book – due out tomorrow, October 24 – the same day I read the chapter about the Khans in Hillary Clinton’s book, What Happened.I immediately picked it up and could not put it down.