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Down in Bristol Bay

by Bob Durr

Dr. Robert Allen Durr - literary scholar, award-winning author, former confidant to legendary writer H. L. Mencken, and one-time rising star in the East Coast academic world - decided one day to give it all...

Dining with al-Qaeda

by Hugh Pope

Following in the footsteps of Sir Richard Burton and Lawrence of Arabia, Hugh Pope presents his modern-day explorations, mined from more than three decades, of the politics, religion, and aspirations of Muslim...

Terror in Black September

by David Raab

On Sunday, September 6, 1970, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) hijacked four airliners bound from Europe for New York.  One, a brand new Pan Am 747, was taken to Cairo and blown up only...

Gilded Youth

by Kate Cambor

They were the children of France’s most celebrated men of nineteenth-century letters and science, the celebrity heirs and heiresses of their day. Their lives were the subject of scandal, gossip, and fascination....

Ark of the Liberties

by Ted Widmer

The United States stands at a historic crossroads; essential to the world yet unappreciated.  America’s decline in popularity over the last eight years has been nothing short of astonishing.  With wit, brilliance,...

Rwanda Means the Universe

by Louise Mushikiwabo & Jack Kramer

Mushikiwabo is a Rwandan working as a translator in Washington when she learns that most of her family back home has been killed in a conspiracy meticulously planned by the state. First comes shock, then aftershock,...

Letter to a New President

by Robert C. Byrd, Sen., Steve Kettmann & Robert C. Byrd

A legendary Senator advises our next President on the commonsense values necessary to lead our nation

United States Senator Robert C. Byrd is the longest-serving member of the United States Senate in the history...

The Pursuit of Happiness in Times of War

by Carl M. Cannon

In The Pursuit of Happiness in Times of War, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Carl M. Cannon shows how the single phrase "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is one of remarkable historical power.

The White Africans: From Colonisation To Liberation

by Gerald L'Ange

The negotiated transfer of power in apartheid South Africa was the last act in the dismantling of white supremacy on the African continent. While opening a new era for the whites in Africa, it closed an earlier...

Ask the Chief: Backbone of the Navy

by John F. Leahy

Whenever sailors are confronted with 'unsolvable' problems--be it a fouled anchor or paint that won't dry--they often throw up their hands and exclaim, 'We'd better ask the Chief.' That refrain, heard for generations...

Colder than Hell: A Marine Rifle Company at Chosin Reservoir

by Joseph R. Owen

During the early, uncertain days of the Korean War, World War II veteran and company lieutenant Joe Owen saw firsthand how the hastily assembled mix of some two hundred regulars and raw reservists hardened into...

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into the Presidency

by Bathroom Readers' Hysterical Society

They say that anybody who wants to be president should be automatically qualified for the job, and after reading this special “Chief Executive” edition of Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader, you’ll see why....

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into Ohio

by Bathroom Readers' Institute

We’ve assembled a crackpot team of Ohio investigators to comb the countryside, explore the cities, and uncover the history, trivia, and fun facts that make the Buckeye State such a unique and special place....

Korea's Development Under Park Chung Hee

by Hyung-A Kim

Based on personal interviews with the principal policy-makers of the 1970s, Korea's Development under Park Chung-Hee examines how the president sought to develop South Korea into an independent, autonomous sovereign...

Reshaping Our National Parks and Their Guardians: The Legacy of George B. Hartzog Jr.

by Kathy Mengak & Robert M. Utley

This biography of the seventh director of the National Park Service brings to life one of the most colorful, powerful, and politically astute people to hold this position.

Legacy Of The Prophet: Despots, Democrats, And The New Politics Of Islam

by Anthony Shadid

Offers a controversial argument that the main currents of political Islam, despite recent world events, are rejecting militancy for the sake of democratic politics – a shift of historical importance

Those Damned Rebels: The American Revolution as Seen Through British Eyes

by Michael Pearson

A re-creation of the American Revolution from the British point of view --and a dramatically different picture of the birth of our nation.

Inside The Mirage: America's Fragile Partnership with Saudi Arabia

by Thomas W. Lippman

"The relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia has always been a marriage of convenience, not affection. In a bargain cemented by President Roosevelt and Saudi Arabia’s founding king in 1"

Battle: A History Of Combat And Culture

by John A Lynn

A noted military historian offers a cultural approach to the history of warfare, insisting that we understand combat best when we study the beliefs, values, and expectations of the adversaries

The Motherland Calls: Britain's Black Servicemen & Women, 1939-45

by Stephen Bourne

During the Second World War, black volunteers from across the British Empire enthusiastically joined the armed forces and played their part in fighting Nazi Germany and its allies. In the air, sea and on land,...