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1999: Victory Without War

by Richard Nixon

“Nixon raises all the timely questions about the present state of the world, and then answers them both systematically and thoroughly.” —The New York Times

In this acclaimed national bestseller, Richard...


Beyond Peace

by Richard Nixon

Beyond Peace is Mr. Nixon’s best book.” —The New York Times

Beyond Peace is a manifesto for a new America, written with visionary insight and a realistic idealism by the 37th President of the United...


Farewell, Fred Voodoo: A Letter from Haiti

National Book Critics Circle Award for Memoir/Autobiography 2013

by Amy Wilentz

Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobiography, this is a brilliant writer’s account of a long, painful, ecstatic—and unreciprocated—affair with a country that has long fascinated the...


Reason to Believe

by Mario Cuomo

The democratic party's most eloquent statesman in a triumph of heart, mind, and voice delivers a vivid rebuke to the radical Republicans running riot in Washington.

Forthright in confessing his party's own failings,...


Farm: A Year in the Life of an American Farm

by Richard Rhodes

Pulitzer Prize winning author, Richard Rhodes’s year-long journey into the heart of American agriculture reveals a life trapped between two eras: the modern and the traditional, the future and the past.

Richly...


The Price of Politics

by Bob Woodward

See how and why Washington is not functioning in Bob Woodward’s freshly reported, thirty-five-page Afterword to his national bestseller, The Price of Politics, which provides a detailed, often verbatim account...


Engines of Change: A History of the American Dream in Fifteen Cars

by Paul Ingrassia

A narrative like no other: a cultural history that explores how cars have both propelled and reflected the American experience— from the Model T to the Prius.

From the assembly lines of Henry Ford to the open...


The Way the World Works: Essays

by Nicholson Baker

Nicholson Baker, who “writes like no one else in America” (Newsweek), here assembles his best short pieces from the last fifteen years.

The Way the World Works, Baker’s second nonfiction collection, ranges...


The New New Deal: The Hidden Story of Change in the Obama Era

by Michael Grunwald

In a riveting account based on new documents and interviews with more than 400 sources on both sides of the aisle, award-winning reporter Michael Grunwald reveals the vivid story behind President Obama’s $800...


Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72

by Hunter S. Thompson

From the legendary journalist and creator of “Gonzo” journalism Hunter S. Thompson comes the bestselling critical look at Nixon and McGovern’s 1972 presidential election.

Forty years after its original...


The Gaggle: How the Guys You Know Will Help You Find the Love You Want

by Jessica Massa

Who cares if he’s just not that into you? You’ve got a gaggle.

It’s easy to feel like your love life is nonexistent. You know you’re great, so why haven’t you been on a classic dinner-and-a-movie date...


The Richer Sex: How the New Majority of Female Breadwinners Is Transforming Sex, Love and Family

by Liza Mundy

A REVOLUTION IS UNDER WAY.

Within a generation, more households will be supported by women than by men. In The Richer Sex, Liza Mundy takes us to the exciting frontier of this new economic order: she shows us...


The Escape Artists: How Obama's Team Fumbled the Recovery

by Noam Scheiber

FACING THE WORST ECONOMY SINCE THE 1930S, PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA HIRED A CRACK TEAM OF ESCAPE ARTISTS: financial wizards who had pulled off numerous white-knuckle getaways during the Clinton era and who were...


What Kind of Nation: Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, and the Epic Stru

by James F. Simon

What Kind of Nation is a riveting account of the bitter and protracted struggle between two titans of the early republic over the power of the presidency and the independence of the judiciary.

The clash between...


America in Black and White: One Nation, Indivisible

by Stephan Thernstrom & Abigail Thernstrom

In a book destined to become a classic, Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom present important new information about the positive changes that have been achieved and the measurable improvement in the lives of the...


Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War

by Judith Miller, William J Broad & Stephen Engelberg

In the wake of the anthrax letters following the attacks on the World Trade Center, Americans have begun to grapple with two difficult truths: that there is no terrorist threat more horrifying -- and less understood...


The Prince Of Tennessee: The Rise Of Al Gore

by David Maraniss & Ellen Y. Nakashima

In The Prince of Tennessee, David Maraniss and Ellen Nakashima explore in rich detail the forces that have shaped Al Gore's life, and the ways that his past offers clues to what kind of president he would be....


Warrior Girls: Protecting Our Daughters Against the Injury Epidemic in Women's Sports

by Michael Sokolove

Amy Steadman was destined to become one of the great women's soccer players of her generation. "The best of the best," Parade magazine called her as she left high school and headed off to the University of North...


Red Star Rogue: The Untold Story of a Soviet Submarine's Nuclear Strike Attempt on the U.S.

by Kenneth Sewell & Clint Richmond

One of the great secrets of the Cold War, hidden for decades, is revealed at last.

Early in 1968 a nuclear-armed Soviet submarine sank in the waters off Hawaii, hundreds of miles closer to American shores than...


No Way Renee: The Second Half of My Notorious Life

by Renee Richards & John Ames

In 1975, at the age of forty, Richard Raskind, a renowned eye surgeon and highly ranked amateur tennis player, "died," and Renée Richards was "born," in what was to become the most public and highly scrutinized...