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This book contains comprehensive coverage of topics in optical physics and engineering for undergraduate students studying laser physics, optoelectronics, photonics and optical engineering.
The lynching era in the United States lasted from 1880-1940 and occurred due to White men attempting to maintain supremacy over all hierarchies: Racial, gender, and class. They spread racist views about the oversexualization of African American men to create an irrational fear of the Black rapist and to discourage White women from miscegenation. White supremacists also used this fear and excuse for lynching to keep Black Americans in a marginalized position and prevent them from prospering economically or politically. These views existed in unexpected places thought to have good race relations. The lynching of Christopher Davis that occurred in Athens, Ohio, in 1881 exemplifies these charact...
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This title tells the story of Dorling Kindersley's rise and fall. It offers a nostalgic reminder of a time when creativity could flourish unburdened by the shackles of corporate bureaucracy.
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In the year that he becomes eight, Christopher gets his first pair of glasses, loses a tooth, gets a baby brother, takes piano lessons and learns to play baseball.