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Fri Mar 21 17:15:31 2014 UTClccn-n930954150.00Breast cancer mortality in New Jersey : a time for action : the report of the Breast Cancer Summit : May 12, 1995, New Brunswick Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick, New Jersey /0.381.00Comments on draft EPA strategic plan9061998Christine_Todd_Whitmann 930954153464609Christine Todd WhitmanTodd, Christine, 1946-Todd Whitman, Christine 1946-Whitman, Christie ToddWhitman, Christie Todd 1946-Whitman, Christine 1946-lccn-n80067040Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )lccn-n86071746Republican Party (N.J.)lccn-n92048396Beard, Patricialccn-n79079597United StatesEnvironmental Protection Agencylccn-n95093891McClure, Sandylccn-n82138249United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Environment and Public Workslccn-n92072035Florio, James J.1937-lccn-n93095408Aron, Michael1946-lccn-no95050247Lyman, Princeton N.(Princeton Nathan)lccn-n2001046160Morrison, J. StephenWhitman, Christine ToddHistoryConference proceedingsPolitical scienceWhitman, Christine ToddUnited StatesNew JerseySocial policyRadicalismConservatismPolitical science--Decision makingEvangelicalismGovernorsWomen governorsRepublican Party (N.J.)United States.--Environmental Protection AgencyGovernors--ElectionElectionsFlorio, James J.,International relationsAfricaRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )EcologyExxon Mobil CorporationClimatic changes--Political aspectsBusiness and politicsPolitical participationKoch IndustriesConflict of interestsAuditingWomen--Political activityAfrican AmericansDemocratic Party (U.S.)Presidents--ElectionAfrican Americans--AttitudesNew Jersey--TrentonTwo-party systemsDivided governmentPost-racialismAfrican Americans--Politics and governmentRace relations--Political aspectsPolitical partiesAfrican American politiciansWomen's rightsAdministrative procedureLicensesNew Jersey.--Office of the Business OmbudsmanSex roleAfrican American government executivesAfrican Americans--Government policyEconomic policyBudgetAfrican Americans--Services for1946198819941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013415291126324.2734JK2356ocn743432807ocn630188078ocn743432810ocn6302188862745ocn063789114book20060.84More than humanitarianism : a strategic U.S. approach toward Africa : report of an independent task forceThis Council-sponsored Independent Task Force finds that Africa is of growing strategic importance to the United States in addition to being an important humanitarian concern. In a world where economic opportunity, security threats, disease, and even support for democracy transcend borders, a policy based on humanitarian concerns alone serves neither U.S. interests, nor Africa's. Furthermore, the Task Force finds that critical humanitarian interests would be better served by a more comprehensive U.S. approach toward Africa; nor is it valid to treat Africa more as an object of charity than a diverse continent with partners the United States can work with to advance shared objectives+-+08084512351871ocn857859265visu20130.19Greedy lying bastardsIncludes interviews with scientists, journalists, political figures, lawyers, and community activists on climate change and challenges to its significance, as well as archival footage of political hearings, media coverage, and international meetings on the issue. Footage of climate-related disasters and interviews with people impacted by them include the 2012 Colorado Springs wildfires; drought in Kansas farmland; coastal erosion in Kivalina, Alaska; and flooding on Tuvalu. There are also images of a dust cloud in Phoenix, Arizona; damage from hurricanes Katrina, Irene, and Sandy; and glacial melting in Greenland421ocn810203514visu20110.25Fear of a Black RepublicanHistory"Starting in his hometown of Trenton, N. J., filmmaker Kevin J. Williams journeys over four years and two presidential elections to find out if the two-party political system is failing his city and the country. In taking a self-critical look at his own Republican Party and speaking with both Democrats and Republicans, Williams focuses his camera on the GOP's efforts in urban areas versus the suburbs, the Democratic Party's success in retaining the African-American vote and what it means to be a 'Black Republican'"--Container342ocn081442404visu20010.59A woman's view prominent women address gender issuesHistorySome of the most prominent women in the United States discuss the status of women (circa 2001) and contemporary issues facing them, and talk about their own experiences. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O'Connor speak about careers in the legal profession, Professor Camille Paglia explores the need and prospects for a female U.S. president, Marilyn Quayle addresses the potential of women to influence all aspects of society, and Gloria Steinem, Donna Shalala, Mary Tyler Moore, Christine Todd Whitman, and Katie Couric take part in a panel discussion about feminism, cultural influences on women, child care, and the role of women in the work force291ocn032846032book19950.37New JerseyThe STARR report : strategy to advance regulatory reform : a response of the Whitman Administration121ocn035708337rcrd19960.18Dole, Robert JTrusting the people [the Dole-Kemp plan to free the economy and create a better America111ocn036316664book19970.33New JerseyConsumers' choice : New Jersey automobile insurance reform plan95ocn860833637file20050.23Whitman, Christine ToddIt's my party too : the battle for the heart of the GOP and the future of AmericaThe Republican party is embroiled in a heated and high-stakes battle between its far-right and moderate wings, with conservatives declaring open warfare on moderates. A lifelong and loyal Republican and a leader of the party's moderate wing, Whitman is a passionate believer in the power of the "productive middle" in politics. In this book she offers an insider's argument against the hijacking of her party by zealous "social fundamentalists." She argues that conservative extremists, in relentlessly pushing their ideological stances, playing to the far-right base, running negative campaigns and marginalizing women, are not only violating traditional Republican principles but are also holding the party back from achieving a true majority+-+359557940681ocn036805080book19960.94Reno, JanetJuvenile justice : views from both sides of the aisle72ocn054783743book19980.63Whitman, Christine ToddThe New Jersey guide to establishing a Safe Schools Resource Officer Program in your community72ocn032142037serial0.17New JerseyState of the state61ocn034648229serial0.63New JerseyBudget address42ocn743432810book20031.00Johnson, Brenda PComments on EPA activities related to hydrofracturing42ocn743432807book20031.00Johnson, Brenda PComments on draft EPA strategic plan43ocn166871215book20040.47Tackling the critical conundrum : how do business, government and media balance economic growth and a healthy environmentConference proceedings31ocn039461154book19961.00STARR : a progress report on regulatory reform31ocn032384058book19950.47The Governor's awards : 1994-199522ocn612824034mix1.00Eccles, Mary HydeThe Personal Papers series includes: a complete set of calendars and appointment books showing the author's daily activities from 1934 to 2003; a set of guest books illustrated with photographs; financial records including invoices for rare book and manuscript purchases; and files on travels across Europe and Asia. The Property Files series includes documentation of farm life and events at Four Oaks Farm, as well as general files relating to the Four Oaks Farm library collection. The Correspondence series consists mostly of letters to and from friends, fellow Johnson scholars, manuscript dealers and collectors, publishers, and research libraries. Among the most frequent correspondents are: Walter Jackson Bate; W.H. Bond; Julian P. Boyd; David Buchanan; R.W. Chapman; James Lowry Clifford; Malcolm S. Forbes and his family; Philip Hofer; Arthur Amory Houghton; William A. Jackson; Robert F. Metzdorf; Lawrence Fitzroy Powell; and William Zachs. The collection also includes letters by Nicholson Baker; Edward Heath; Lady Bird Johnson; John Major; George C. Marshall; and Christine Todd Whitman. The Clubs and Organizations series includes particularly extensive documentation of involvement in: the David and Mary Eccles Centre for American Studies; the Grolier Club; Houghton Library; and the Johnsonians22ocn035709360book1996Breast Cancer SummitBreast cancer mortality in New Jersey : a time for action : the report of the Breast Cancer Summit : May 12, 1995, New Brunswick Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick, New Jersey21ocn039461243book19961.00New JerseySTARR progress : basis & background ; cabinet activity summaries13539ocn056532685book20050.23Whitman, Christine ToddIt's my party too : the battle for the heart of the GOP and the future of AmericaThe Republican party is embroiled in a heated and high-stakes battle between its far-right and moderate wings, with conservatives declaring open warfare on moderates. A lifelong and loyal Republican and a leader of the party's moderate wing, Whitman is a passionate believer in the power of the "productive middle" in politics. In this book she offers an insider's argument against the hijacking of her party by zealous "social fundamentalists." She argues that conservative extremists, in relentlessly pushing their ideological stances, playing to the far-right base, running negative campaigns and marginalizing women, are not only violating traditional Republican principles but are also holding the party back from achieving a true majority+-+35955794065452ocn034590937book19960.25Beard, PatriciaGrowing up Republican : Christie Whitman, the politics of characterBiographyBiography of the first female governor of New Jersey looking at her early life, devotion to politics, and attitudes and ideas concerning public service+-+06183651553243752ocn033244595book19960.27McClure, SandyChristie Whitman for the people : a political biographyBiography+-+79657482063083ocn046359033book20010.70United StatesNomination of Christine Todd Whitman : hearing before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, on the nomination of Hon. Christine Todd Whitman to be Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, January 17, 20012911ocn029181973book19940.56Aron, MichaelGovernor's race : a TV reporter's chronicle of the 1993 Florio/Whitman campaignHistoryChronology2562ocn033818071book19960.33Weissman, ArtChristine Todd Whitman : the making of a national political playerBiographyordinary people. Christine Todd Whitman objectively examines the Whitman record and, separating hype from reality, assesses the qualities that make this governor stand out from colleagues such as Bill Weld, Pete Wilson, Tommy Thompson, John Engler, and others+-+67087240061751ocn053876084com20020.76Report of investigation concerning Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency421ocn034627452book19960.25Felix, AntoniaChristie Todd WhitmanBiography+-+1917551325363ocn035082244rcrd19960.14Beard, PatriciaGrowing up RepublicanBiographyFor a culture careening from right to left in search of societal values, Patricia Beard offers the moral lessons learned by New Jersey politician Christine Todd Whitman during her formative years. "Family came first. Then came the farm ... Then the community: other farmers and neighbors around Oldwick ... The way my family, and many others, practiced politics grew out of this sense of interdependence," Whitman explains. Later, she invented the Republican National Committee's Listening Program, in which she interviewed poor people, radicals, and others about their political positions. Whatever success Whitman attains, rest assured these lessons are a foundation not overburdened with the excess baggage of ideological polemics+-+2041609415324191ocn428845368book20040.16Whitman, Christine ToddIt's my party too : taking back the Republican Party--and bringing the country together againThe former New Jersey governor and EPA administrator under George W. Bush presents a critique of the Republican Party's increasingly conservative and extremist views, recommending a moderate, solution-based approach to government+-+3595579406181ocn038917768book19970.37Midgette, Jerry LReport on the Whitman administration's policies, programs & initiatives positively impacting the African American community151ocn786279969book20120.59Johnson, GailTrailblazing governors : six remarkable womenBiographyCase studies41ocn060599975book19880.92New JerseyCommittee meeting before Senate Judiciary Committee [on] nomination of Christine T. Whitman, for member of the Board of Public Utilities : January 21, 1988, Room 424, State House Annex, Trenton, New Jersey43ocn047634506book20001.00Sheeler, Kristina K. HornWomen's public discourse and the gendering of leadership culture : Ann Richards and Christine Todd Whitman negotiate the governorship31ocn062598812book19980.47Christensen, PeterShenanigans : Christie Whitman and the great New Jersey pension fracas+-+379563382521ocn819641147visu20041.00Ligorano, Nora[Line up]Pictorial worksSeries of still doctored police identification photographs of George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, John Ashcroft, Richard Perle, Christine Todd Whitman, and Paul Wolfowitz, accompanied by sound of quotes21ocn047029962book19980.23Christensen, PeterShenanigans : a Christine Whitman and the great New Jersey pensions fraca21ocn035142614book19951.00Carsey, Thomas MElection dynamics : candidate strategy and electoral cleavages in United States gubernatorial elections21ocn058594774rcrd20050.10Whitman, Christine ToddIt's my party too the battle for the heart of the GOP and the future of AmericaA heated and high-stakes battle is raging within the Republican Party between its far-right and moderate wings.... [The author] is a passionate believer in the power of the productive middle.... In this ... insider's argument against the hijacking of her party, she ... takes readers inside the tumultuous world of politics today to reveal how a moderate approach can work wonders, while the arrogant and unyielding bullying of the conservatives only leads to more division. -Dust jacket11ocn046995708book2001The Whitman record, by the numbers+-+0808451235+-+0808451235Fri Mar 21 15:08:19 EDT 2014batch25144