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Israel Is Real

by Rich Cohen

“It’s a great irony that Israel was more secure as an idea than it’s ever been as a nation with an army.”

 

In AD 70, when the Second Temple was destroyed, a handful of visionaries saved Judaism by reinventing...


The New American Judaism

by Rabbi Dr. Arthur Blecher

Popular Washington, D.C. rabbi and psychotherapist Arthur Blecher believes that the American Jewish community is actually flourishing amidst fears of dying out. He shows us that intermarriage strengthens...


Rommel: Lessons from Yesterday for Today's Leaders

by Charles Messenger, Wesley K. Clark & Klaus Naumann

Modeled on the acclaimed Great Generals series, which features the stategy and legacy of famous American generals, World Generals broadens the scope to include the world’s finest military leaders. Each volume...


Easy Company Soldier

by Don Malarkey & Bob Welch

Sgt. Don Malarkey takes us not only into the battles fought from Normandy to Germany, but into the heart and mind of a soldier who beat the odds to become an elite paratrooper, and lost his best friend during...


Uranium Wars

by Amir D. Aczel

Called “one of our best science popularizers” by Publishers Weekly, Amir Aczel now tackles the cause of one of last century’s most destructive events -- the scientific discovery of nuclear power. Drawing...


MacArthur: A Biography

by Richard B. Frank & Wesley K. Clark

Douglas MacArthur is best remembered for his ability to adapt, a quality that catalyzed his greatest accomplishments. Adaptability has become an indispensable trait for military leadership in an era of technological...


Poisoned Wells

by Nicholas Shaxson

Each week the oil and gas fields of sub-Saharan Africa produce well over a billion dollars' worth of oil, an amount that far exceeds development aid to the entire African continent. Yet the rising tide of oil...


A Wall in Palestine

by René Backmann & A. Kaiser

The West Bank Barrier is expected to be completed in 2010. Declared illegal by the United Nations International Court of Justice, this network of concrete walls, trenches, and barbed-wire fences could permanently...


The Story of French

by Jean-Benoit Nadeau & Julie Barlow

Why does everything sound better if it's said in French? That fascination is at the heart of The Story of French, the first history of one of the most beautiful languages in the world that was, at one time, the...


Time

by Eva Hoffman

Novelist, cultural commentator, memoirist, and historian Eva Hoffman examines our ever-changing perception of time in this inspired addition to the BIG IDEAS/small books series

Time has always been the great...


The Day of Battle

World War II Liberation Trilogy #2

by Rick Atkinson

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In the second volume of his epic trilogy about the liberation of Europe in World War II, Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Atkinson tells the harrowing story of the campaigns in Sicily and...


Pure Goldwater

by John W. Dean & Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.

Barry Goldwater was a defining figure in American public life, a firebrand politician associated with an optimistic brand of conservatism. In an era in which American conservatism has lost his way, his legacy...


American Insurgents, American Patriots

by T. H. Breen

Before there could be a revolution, there was a rebellion; before patriots, there were insurgents. Challenging and displacing decades of received wisdom, T. H. Breen’s strikingly original book explains how...


The Holocaust by Bullets

by Patrick Desbois & Paul A. Shapiro

In this heart-wrenching book, Father Patrick Desbois documents the daunting task of identifying and examining all the sites where Jews were exterminated by Nazi mobile units in the Ukraine in WWII. Using innovative...


Dear Mrs. Kennedy

by Jay Mulvaney & Paul De Angelis

From the bestselling author of Kennedy Weddings and Diana and Jackie comes a powerful and moving collection of the condolence letters Jacqueline Kennedy received after the assassination of John F. Kennedy

In...


The Complex

by Nick Turse

A mind-boggling investigation of the allpervasive, constantly morphing presence of the Pentagon in daily life--a real-world Matrix come alive Here is the new, hip, high-tech military-industrial complex--an...


A World of Trouble

by Patrick Tyler

The White House and the Middle East—from the Cold War to the War on Terror

The Middle East is the beginning and the end of U.S. foreign policy: events there influence our alliances, make or break presidencies,...


A Voyage Long and Strange

by Tony Horwitz

The bestselling author of Blue Latitudes takes us on a thrilling and eye-opening voyage to pre-Mayflower America

On a chance visit to Plymouth Rock, Tony Horwitz realizes he’s mislaid more than a century of...


Understanding Iran

by William R. Polk

William R. Polk provides an informative, readable history of a country which is moving quickly toward becoming the dominant power and culture of the Middle East. A former member of the State Department’s...


Selling the Great War

by Alan Axelrod

Selling the Great War is the story of maverick journalist George Creel and the epoch-making government agency he built and led using the emerging industries of mass advertising and public relations to convince...