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Product picture for Our Goodly Heritageby Bonnie Burkholder
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Book cover from In the Cradle of Storms: The Epic Story of One Diary, Two Soldiers, and the Forgotten Battle of WWIIby Mark Obmascik
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
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Ebook cover from With Éclat: The Boston Athenæum and the Origin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Bostonby Hina Hirayama
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A detailed history of the Boston Athenæum’s historic role in the founding of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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Ebook cover from The Washington Diaries: 1981-1989by Allan Gotlieb
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Canada’s legendary ambassador to the United States reveals his personal diaries from his time in Washington, from 1981 to 1989. Allan Gotlieb was ambassador to the United States during a high point in U.S.-Canada relations, the Reagan and Mulroney eras. One of our country’s most effective diplomats, he was renowned for forging inside connections to the capital’s key decision-makers, and as he has said, “In Washington, gossip is not gossip — gossip is intelligence.” Gotlieb kept...
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Ebook cover from Maranoia: Weed, Greed, and the End of Californiaby David Rose
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In the spirit of Hunter Thompson’s Hell’s Angels and Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, a first-person account of a booming California business: weed When Californians voted on Proposition 19—the Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act—in November 2010, many expected the state to become the first to fully legalize a Schedule I drug. After all, the pro-legalization movement had huge popular support, medical marijuana was already legal, and, well, pot was the state’s...
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Ebook cover from Free All Along: The Robert Penn Warren Civil Rights Interviewsby Catherine Ellis
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In 1964, Pulitzer Prize–winning author and poet Robert Penn Warren set out with a tape recorder to interview leaders of the civil rights movement. He spoke with luminaries such as James Baldwin, Martin Luther King Jr., Stokely Carmichael, Ralph Ellison, and Roy Wilkins. In Harlem, a fifteen-minute appointment with Malcolm X unwound into several hours of vivid conversation. A year later, Penn Warren would publish Who Speaks for the Negro?, a probing narrative account of these conversations...
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Ebook cover from The Last White Electionby Mike Davis
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One of the most incisive, heterodox analysts of contemporary American politics and society turns his attention to the demographic revolution that is already—albeit largely quietly thus far—transforming American politics. The dilemma of the modern Republican party is that its most active element, the Tea Party, has a profile that is remarkably old and ubiquitously white. Meanwhile, the significance of young and Latino voters is greater than even the 2012 elections suggest. Six key states,...
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Ebook cover from Across That Bridge: A Vision for Change and the Future of Americaby John Lewis
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Across That Bridge is the winner of the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work/Biography. In turbulent times Americans look to the civil rights movement as the apotheosis of political expression. As we confront questions of social inequality, there's no better time to revisit the lessons of the '60s and no better leader to learn from than Congressman John Lewis. In Across That Bridge, Congressman Lewis draws from his experience as a leader of the civil rights movement to offer...
Audiobook cover from Silence: A Social History of One of the Least Understood Elements of Our Livesby Jane Brox
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Another “dazzling epic” from the author of Brilliant, exploring an overlooked yet elemental force in our lives—silence—from contemporary Cisterian monks to an extraordinary 19th-century prison. *Lev Grossman, Time
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Ebook cover from The Wall: The Meaning of the Border in the New Americaby Greg Grandin
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From a Pulitzer Prize finalist, an eye-opening account of what the call for a border wall reveals about America’s new sense of itself.From this nation’s very inception, the idea of an open and ever-expanding frontier has been the central metaphor of American identity, a symbol of a future of endless promise, and the foundation of America’s belief in itself as an exceptional nation—democratic, individualistic, forward-looking. Today, though, America has a new metaphor: the border wall....
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