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1 A guide to the Vindolanda Roman Fort in Northumberland.
IR: title: The Vindolanda Guide written: by: Andrew Birley published: by: Roman Army Museums Publications location: Carvoran, Greenhead, Northumberland, CA8 7JB, United Kingdom date: 2015 identifier: ISBN 9781873136 591 copyright: The Vindolanda Trust date: 2015 url: www.vindolanda.com contains: text, illustrations, photographs, maps form: book, softcover; 50 pages; 18cm description: | A well illustrated guide to the site of Vindolanda, a roman fort just south of Hadrians Wall in Northumberland, United Kingdom. Important buildings on the site are described along with their associated archaeology. The description includes various artifacts discovered at the site and on show in the museum.
2 "The United States of anger", a book by Gavin Esler based on travels in the US in 1996.
IR: title: The United States of anger addition: the people and the American dream written: by: Gavin Esler published: by: Micheal Joseph, The Penguin Group location: London date: 1997 identifier: ISBN 0718142357 contains: text, notes, bibliography, index language: english contents-list: -- The rules have changed -- Freezing the American dream -- America's fifty years war -- Working in the United States of anxiety -- The death of the American hero and the rise of the culture of victims -- The rule of law and the rule of lawyers -- America in black, white and green -- Pity the poor immigrants -- Snakes in church -- Guns, God, gays and gynaecology -- State of apathy -- The United States of apathy -- The Wilburns and the Oklahoma bombing conspiracy -- Conspiracy culture from red scare to fed scare -- Bad news: garbage in, garbage out -- Why Americans hate Washington -- Governor zipper problem and the United States of anger -- Postscript: after anger. form: book, hardcover; viii, 344 pages; 20cm description: | An account of a journey across the United States by Gavin Esler, the BBC's Washington correspondent, who listened to the hopes and fears of ordinary and extraordinary Americans. The result is a dramatic and humourous analysis of the crumbling of the American Dream. Gavin Esler finds American people at their angriest, and most disconnected from each other and from their governments. Will it lead to civil war or a break-up of the US or dictatorship?