Pendant plus d’un an, Audrey Jougla a enquêté en caméra cachée dans les laboratoires publics et privés français pour comprendre la réalité de l’expérimentation animale. Quels sont les tests pratiqués aujourd’hui ? Dans quel but ? En Europe, plus de 11, 5 millions d’animaux subissent chaque année des tests, qui ne concernent pas seulement les rongeurs mais de nombreuses espèces familières comme les chats, les chiens, les chevaux ou les singes.
En poussant les portes de ces lieux interdits au grand public, où personne n’a encore pu accéder sans effraction, Audrey Jougla nous embarque dans le récit de son aventure aux côtés des militants de la cause animale. Une enquête inédite et un récit saisissant sur la souffrance infligée aux animaux, qui interroge notre humanité face à l’absurdité de la violence.
For over forty years, David Harvey has been one of the world's most trenchant and critical analysts of capitalist development. In The Enigma of Capital, he delivers an impassioned account of how unchecked neoliberalism produced the system-wide crisis that now engulfs the world. Beginning in the 1970s, profitability pressures led the capitalist class in advanced countries to shift away from investment in industrial production at home toward the higher returns that financial products promised. Accompanying this was a shift towards privatization, an absolute decline in the bargaining power of labor, and the dispersion of production throughout the developing world. The decades-long and ongoing decline in wages that accompanied this turn produced a dilemma: how can goods--especially real estate--sell at the same rate as before if workers are making in relative terms? The answer was a huge expansion of credit that fueled the explosive growth of both the financial industry and the real estate market. When one key market collapsed--real estate--the other one did as well, and social devastation resulted. Harvey places today's crisis in the broadest possible context: the historical development of global capitalism itself from the industrial era onward. Moving deftly between this history and the unfolding of the current crisis, he concentrates on how such crises both devastate workers and create openings for challenging the system's legitimacy. The battle now will be between the still-powerful forces that want to reconstitute the system of yesterday and those that want to replace it with one that prizes social justice and economic equality. The new afterword focuses on the continuing impact of the crisis and the response to it in 2010. One of Huffington Post's Best Social and Political Awareness Books of 2010 Winner of the Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial Prize for 2010 Praise for the Hardcover: "A lucid and penetrating account of how the power of capital shapes our world." --Andrew Gamble, Independent "Elegant... entertainingly swashbuckling... Harvey's analysis is interesting not only for the breadth of his scholarship but his recognition of the system's strengths." --John Gapper, Financial Times
Frommer's 25 Great Drives In Ireland Everything You Need to Seethe Best of Ireland by Car 25 distinctive itineraries with full-color maps, exact directions, and distances Popular areas and attractions, including the Ring of Kerry, Norman castles, and ancient Celtic sites Hidden gems, from the quaint coastal villages of Cork to gentle green pastures and untouched beaches in historic Ulster Tips on the best hotels and restaurants along each route More than 100 full-color photos and detailed route maps Scenic detours, recommended walks, and activities for children And more! 8th Edition
In the Sierra Madre Mountains of Northern Mexico, isolated from the chaos of the Mexican Revolution, lived a peaceful, indigenous people known as the Tarahumara. There, away from civilization, 16-year-old Suré fell in love with a Jesuit missionary priest, Leandro. Their love convinces him to leave the priesthood and begin a family in the “civilized” world. The aftermath of the Mexican Revolution leads the romantic couple to be victimized by machismo and drunken savagery, forcing Suré into a twenty-year journey to overcome discrimination and violence. Inspired by the 2014 immigration crisis of unaccompanied minors into the U.S., Praying for an Eclipse is a trilogy of historical fiction that follows the family saga of Suré and her descendants over five generations. Book One, Mother Moon, narrates the traumatic rift that separates Suré from her family, creating and emotional and psychological divide that will mark the lives of her descendants in the following books.
In this cookbook for vegetarians on-the-go, Rose Elliot shows you how to create tasty, original, meat-free meals - fast! It contains over 200 recipes for every occasion, all ready to eat in under half an hour.
Licked by Andrea Kore, Dale Cameron Lowry, Jessica Taylor, Jillian Boyd, Marie Piper, Rob Rosen, Robin Watergrove, Suanne Schafer - Erotica>BDSM Sit back and enjoy seven lip-smackingly sensual stories of all kinds of oral pleasure. Stories of nostalgia for the taste of a lover, long distance relationships, and revenge. Stories taking in both the distant future and pleasures in the past. Oracles, ranchers and café cooks, all united by their love of using their mouth. And tongue.
And fingers, for assistance. Edited by Jillian Boyd (Spy Games - Flappers, Jazz and Valentino) Licked is a tribute to the act of oral sex - to the intimacy, trust and the taste of your lover, the scent, the feelings the act invokes in both the giver and receiver. With stories from the likes of Rob Rosen, Jessica Taylor and Dale Cameron Lowry, Licked is a sizzling fictional exploration of some of the many ways oral sex can inspire so much more than just a hot flash of arousal. Come in. Have a taste.