This book is a collection of essays on and about Minnesota and its citizens
ISBN-13: 978-0873513975. This book is a collection of essays on and about Minnesota and its citizens. Some are rather light-hearted as they detail our recreation and geographic space, while others are more in our religion and politics. Each is very well written and leave one with a better understanding of who and what we are. The book is a bit out dated as it speaks of Jesse Ventura in the present tense, but it still is recent enough that many of the programs and ideals described are still around.
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Minnesota, Real & Imagined. Essays on the State and Its Culture. Thirteen perceptive and insightful essays that examine the uniqueness of Minnesota in the social, cultural, and political spheres. Category: Minnesota/Regional. How is it that a state widely regarded for its enlightened and progressive political tradition would elect a former professional wrestler as its governor? How is it that a place where the most significant cultural divide was once between Lutheran and Catholic is now the home of 15,000 Somalis and 50,000 Hmong?
Minnesota, Real and Imagined : Essays on the State and Its Culture. Considering these apparent dichotomies, why has the state emerged as a cultural symbol of a distinct and perhaps lost America? Does this symbol even reflect reality?
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Virginia Gray and Wyman Spano, The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object: Minnesota’s Political Culture Confronts Jesse Ventura, in Stephen R. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2001, 183-202. Virginia Gray and David Lowery, Trends in Lobbying in the States, in The Book of the States, Vol. 34. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 2003, pp. 257-262.
Minnesota: Nature’s Playground, Minnesota Real & Imagined: Essays on the State and Its Culture, Stephen R. Graubard E. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2001. This is a reprint of the article published in Deadalus. From Swede Hollow to Arlington Hills, From Snoose Boulevard in Minnehaha Parkway: Swedish Neighborhoods of the Twin Cities: Swedes in the Twin Cities: Immigrant Life and Minnesota’s Urban Frontier, Philip J. Anderson E.
Authors Joseph A. Amato and Anthony Amato. Author John S. Adams. The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object: Minnesota's Moralistic Political Culture Confronts Jesse Ventura. Minnesota: Nature's Playground. Author David A. Lanegran. Nations within a Nation: The Dakota and Ojibwe of Minnesota. Authors Thomas D. Peacock and Donald R. Day. Mixing New and Old Wine in Minnesota: Spirituality, Ecumenism, and Religious Traditions in Ferment. Authors Virginia Gray and Wyman Spano. Social Services: Minnesota as Innovator.
The following is a list and discussion of important scholarly resources relating to John Adams. Akers, Charles W. "John Adams" in Henry Graff, ed. (3rd ed. 2002). The Presidents: A Reference History. 1899) old scholarly biography online free. Ryerson, Richard Alan, ed. (2001). John Adams and the Founding of the Republic. Ryerson, Richard Alan (2016). John Adams's Republic: The One, the Few, and the Many 555 pp.