Train Operator

Author: Jack Rudman
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ISBN: 0837310687
Release Date: 1991-06-01
Genre: Study Aids

Reviews information covered on the examination for train operator, and includes sample tests

Computerworld

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Release Date: 1978-02-13
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For more than 40 years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Computerworld's award-winning Web site (Computerworld.com), twice-monthly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world's largest global IT media network.

Books in Print

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ISBN: UOM:39015049090825
Release Date: 2001
Genre: American literature

Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

Railroad Reports

Author: Thomas Johnson Michie
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ISBN: MINN:31951D03281410H
Release Date: 1909
Genre: Railroad law


Occupational Outlook Handbook

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ISBN: UCR:31210005310436
Release Date: 1982
Genre: Employment forecasting

Describes 250 occupations which cover approximately 107 million jobs.

Making Freedom

Author: Anne-Maria Makhulu
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822375111
Release Date: 2015-09-30
Genre: Social Science

In Making Freedom Anne-Maria Makhulu explores practices of squatting and illegal settlement on the outskirts of Cape Town during and immediately following the end of apartheid. Apartheid's paradoxical policies of prohibiting migrant Africans who worked in Cape Town from living permanently within the city led some black families to seek safe haven on the city's perimeters. Beginning in the 1970s families set up makeshift tents and shacks and built whole communities, defying the state through what Makhulu calls a "politics of presence." In the simple act of building homes, squatters, who Makhulu characterizes as urban militants, actively engaged in a politics of "the right to the city" that became vital in the broader struggles for liberation. Despite apartheid's end in 1994, Cape Town’s settlements have expanded, as new forms of dispossession associated with South African neoliberalism perpetuate relations of spatial exclusion, poverty, and racism. As Makhulu demonstrates, the efforts of black Capetonians to establish claims to a place in the city not only decisively reshaped Cape Town's geography but changed the course of history.