This volume is a collection of verse plays by Michael P. Riccards. The author shows how a modern verse style can be used to heighten and deepen the situations and events that characterize a variety of subjects from historical dramas of great men to baseball heroes and famous persons in fables that we all know and love.
This is the fourth volume in the Hall Institute of Public Policys 2020 series. These topical and scholarly articles are meant to examine some of the major issues facing the state of New Jersey and the United States, and embrace matters of national security, social entitlements, religious differences, the gold standard, prosecutorial misconduct, the rights of alleged terrorists, the free market economy and other concerns. These essays offer a unique picture of where we are as a free people, and is compiled by one of the few nonpartisan, not for profit think tanks in America.
This volume is the first major study of the papacy as a managerial structure that has evolved over two thousand years. Special emphasis is placed on the environments in which the Church functioned and in which it had to reach uneasy compromises. The volume is both scholarly and very readable.