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Steve Williams

Full Name: Steve Williams
Number of Works: 45
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ISBN: 1596701803, 9781596701809
Keywords: life, death, williams, steve
Pages: 226
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 60%

Steve Williams, better known to wrestling fans as Dr. Death, faced his greatest opponent in 2004 advanced throat cancer. After multiple surgeries and months of radiation treatments, he is now cancer-free. In How Dr. Death Became Dr. Life, Williams tells his inspiring story, from his childhood and adolescent years, to his amateur college wrestling and football career at the University of Oklahoma, to his stint with All-Japan and New Japan Wrestling, the NWA, WCW, and WWF, to his recent battle with throat cancer. It s an inspirational and powerful story that no football, amateur wrestling, o
ISBN: 0977191117, 9780977191116
Keywords: resistencia, contra, imperialismo, eeuu, para, camino, tierra, trabajo, poder, trazando, hacia
Pages: 160
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

After years of building a fighting organization of welfare recipients, domestic workers, shoe shiners, child care workers, security guards, unemployed workers and other no- and low-wage workers, the organizers and leaders of People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER) realized that we couldn't answer some basic questions: What is the nature of the world's political economy? How are our campaigns for racial, economic and gender justice impacted by neo-liberalism and imperialism? What will it take to build a movement in such despondent and challenging times?In 2004, the members of POWER'
ISBN: 1441566902, 9781441566904
Keywords: shadowland
Pages: 240
Published: 2009
ISBN: 1441566899, 9781441566898
Keywords: shadowland
Pages: 240
Published: 2009
ISBN: 1424134536, 9781424134533
Keywords: doubt, reasonable
Pages: 152
Published: 2007

Reasonable Doubt is about a respectable doctor of forensic science who comes home to find his wife has been brutally murdered, and all the evidence points to him as her killer. After a speedy trial, he is sentenced to life in prison, without the possibility of parole. While in prison, he learns the warden is involved in an illegal research program, using inmates as guinea pigs. After collecting evidence against the warden, he uses it to obtain the help of a news reporter and private investigator. After the doctor escapes, they set out on a quest to prove his innocence while trying to stay one