Even much in the text is wrong by today's reckoning, it is still good to see a children's book that went into a bit more physiology than 'they were bog, lumpy, stupid reptile. Trolls get baleted. As you'll no doubt recall, the last time I posted on LITC, it was to share my cleaneating cooking tips and various photographs of myself flashing my pristinely white teeth while preparing cabbage-based dishes in a mysteriously desaturated, blandly rustic-looking netherworld.
Nah, only joking - it was all about an old dinosaur book from the s , written by Herbert Zim and illustrated by James Gordon Irving. Here are some more intriguing excerpts from said book, ranging from your usual Knightian hadrosaurs to a 5' 8" American. I should also point out that my teeth are far from perfect. I am British, after all. Oh, and thanks again to Charles Leon for sending me the scans! Posted by Marc Vincent at PM. In McArthur, C. Planet Dinosaur. Firefly Books. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Submitted manuscript. The New Dinosaur Dictionary. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press.
Campione, David C. Evans, Caleb M. Brown, Matthew T. Carrano Body mass estimation in non-avian bipeds using a theoretical conversion to quadruped stylopodial proportions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Journal of Zoology. The Dinosaur Heresies. New York: Kensington Publishing.
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London: The Palaeontological Association. A question left unanswered by Rappleye and the others is whether any President could have avoided, solved, or even significantly ameliorated the Great Depression. Rappleye does, by the way, acknowledge that there were other things going on in the United States between and Against these, Hoover stayed the course, upholding liberty, American individualism, and the American system. Copious details of the difficult transition of the presidency from Hoover to Roosevelt are provided, with Hoover still attempting to make policy until the bitter end, and Roosevelt refusing any cooperative efforts.
In researching the book, Rappleye relied on materials not previously available or perhaps overlooked. These materials reveal Hoover as a private man, by personality unable to tackle all the demands of public leadership and, by profession an engineer unable to make decisions without delay. My own conclusion is a little different: The Great Depression was a tsunami in American history and the political skills of the lifeboat commander were unlikely to have saved the day.
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