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The Human Tradition in Colonial America

by Nancy L. Rhoden & Ian K. Steele

The Human Tradition in Colonial America is an entertaining as well an enlightening book that brings the colonial period to life through the stories of the colorful participants who helped mold the British dependency...


The Human Tradition in California

by Clark Davis & David Igler

With a land mass one and half times larger than the United Kingdom, a population of more than thirty million, and an economy that would rank sixth among world nations, the history of the state of California...


'If You Knew the Conditions': A Chronicle of the Indian Medical Service and American Indian Health Care, 1908-1955

by David N. DeJong

'If You Knew the Conditions' examines the inadequacies of the healthcare provided to American Indians by the Indian Medical Service. DeJong argues that, while Congress and the Indian Service had a responsibility...


The Human Tradition in Modern Europe, 1750 to the Present

by Cheryl A. Koos, Cora Granata & Karin Breuer

This engaging and humanizing text traces the development of Europe since the mid-eighteenth century through the lives of people of the time. Capturing key moments, themes, and events in the continent's turbulent...


The Human Tradition in Mexico

by Jeffrey M. Pilcher

The Human Tradition in Mexico is a book of real-life stories of Mexicans throughout more than 250 years of the country's history. This text does not focus on presidents, generals, and other well-known figures,...


The Ferocious Engine of Democracy: A History of the American Presidency

by Michael P. Riccards

Opinions will vary widely on all the presidents, but this work will make those opinions more penetrating and judicious.- James MacGregor Burns


The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper: Including a Voice from the South and Other Important Essays, Papers, and Letters

by Anna J. Cooper

This collection is a major contribution to the reconstruction of gender balance in African-American history —Manning Marable, Columbia University


How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America: Sex, Virtue, and the Way We Live Now

by Christina Page

A young activist reveals that the Pro-Life Movement’s real agenda is a war on contraception, family planning, and sexual freedom


The History of St Kilda

by Kenneth Macauley & Roger Hutchinson

As one of the most remote corners of the British Isles, the island archipelago of St Kilda has long held a fascination for travellers from mainland Britain and beyond. The unique way of life and customs of its...


The Choice

by Zbigniew Brzezinski

"American power and a pervasive globalization are the central realities of today's world, and the source of its thorniest dilemmas. Yet while America's unprecedented might should be the source of globa"


Sensationalism: Murder, Mayhem, Mudslinging, Scandals, and Disasters in 19th-Century Reporting

by David B. Sachsman & David W. Bulla

In this book David B. Sachsman and David W. Bulla have gathered a colorful collection of essays exploring sensationalism in nineteenth-century newspaper reporting. The contributors analyze the role of sensationalism...


Protestantism and Progress: A Historical Study of the Relation of Protestantism to the Modern World

by Ernst Troeltsch & Howard G. Schneiderman

“Troeltsch shows that while original Protestantism had no intention of so altering civilization as to promote the secular freedom which it now champions, it was nevertheless indirectly responsible for...


The Rape Of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust Of World War II

by Iris Chang

"In December 1937, in what was then the capital of China, one of the most brutal massacres in the long annals of wartime barbarity occurred. The Japanese army swept into the ancient city of Nanking (Na"


Just War Against Terror: The Burden Of American Power In A Violent World

by Jean Elshtain

Inspired by the surge in global terrorism and violence, one of America's foremost political philosophers mounts an impassioned defense of "just war" against terror


How We Got Here: The 70s The Decade That Brought You Modern Life -- For Better Or Worse

by David Frum

A sweeping condemnation of the decline of American culture since the 1970s by one of America’s leading conservative writers.


Clock Of The Long Now: Time And Responsibility: The Ideas Behind The World's Slowest Computer

by Stewart Brand

Using the Millennial Clock as a paradigm for the Long Now, Stewart Brand offers a practical introduction to the concept of long-term responsibility.


Black Bloc, White Riot: Antiglobalization and the Genealogy of Dissent

by A. K. Thompson

New Reflections on Violence for the twenty-first century.


The Abacus and the Cross: The Story of the Pope Who Brought the Light of Science to the Dark Ages

by Nancy Marie Brown

An acclaimed science writer tells the story of Pope Sylvester II, the erstwhile mathematician, astronomer, and spy, who brought Islamic science to the West before the year 1000


Heaven's Bride: The Unprintable Life of Ida C. Craddock, American Mystic, Scholar, Sexologist, Martyr, and Madwoman

by Leigh Eric Schmidt

A prize-winning scholar recounts the life of Ida C. Craddock, American visionary, free-thinking secularist, sex reformer, brainy folklorist, and eclectic spiritualist


Song of Wrath: The Peloponnesian War Begins

by J. E. Lendon

A prize-winning classicist’s thrilling account of the Ten Years’ War—the first stage of the Peloponnesian War