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Heroic Conservatism

by Michael J. Gerson

Michael Gerson, who worked with George W. Bush on his most inspiring speeches, is considered by many Democrats and Republicans to be the most influential White House speechwriter since the Kennedy administration....


Beyond the Last War: Balancing Ground Forces and Future Challenges Risk in Uscentcom and Uspacom

by Nathan Freier, Stephanie Sanok & Jacquelyn Guy

This study endeavors to identify ground force options that are most important to the security of core U.S. interests in two key regions of the world: the Middle East and South Asia; and the Asia Pacific. It...


Forging a Consensus for a Sustainable U.S. Nuclear Posture

by Clark A. Murdock, Stephanie Spies & John Warden

This report was produced by the CSIS Nuclear Consensus Working Group (NCWG) to assist the Obama administration in forging, during its second term, an enduring consensus about the U.S. nuclear posture.


Japan's Global Health Policy: Developing a Comprehensive Approach in a Period of Economic Stress

by Haruko Sugiyama, Ayaka Yamaguchi & Katherine E. Bliss

Recent years have seen a considerable shift in the sources of financial assistance for global health activities. With the private sector as well as emerging economies joining the more developed nations as major...


World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements

by John Hunter

Award-winning teacher and high-profile public speaker John Hunter offers insights into conflict resolution and collective problem-solving gleaned from his many years teaching kids through the “world peace...


Why John Roberts Was Wrong about Healthcare: A Conservative Critique of the Supreme Court's Obamacare Ruling

by Mike Lee

A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.


Breakthrough: Our Guerilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy

by James O'Keefe

In this New York Times bestseller, controversial ambush journalist James O’Keefe takes a hard-hitting look at how the media and government conspire to protect the status quo: “A spine-tingling, true crime...


Chechen Jihad

by Yossef Bodansky

In this authoritative look at the roots of modern terrorism, Yossef Bodansky, one of the most respected—and best-informed—experts on radical Islamism in the world today, pinpoints the troubled region of...


God and Hillary Clinton

by Paul Kengor

For nearly three decades political observers have sought to understand the complex relationship between Hillary Clinton's faith and her politics. Now, in this first spiritual biography of the former first lady,...


Condi vs. Hillary

by Eileen McGann & Dick Morris

Who will be president in 2008? Many believe that the White House is Hillary Clinton's to lose. As long-time strategists Dick Morris and Eileen McGann reveal in Condi vs. Hillary, however, Hillary's plans for...


Through the Perilous Fight: Six Weeks That Saved the Nation

by Steve Vogel

In a rousing account of one of the critical turning points in American history, Through the Perilous Fight tells the gripping story of the burning of Washington and the improbable last stand at Baltimore that...


Crimes Against Nature

by Robert F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. & Jr., Robert F. Kennedy

In this powerful indictment of George W. Bush's White House, environmental attorney Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., charges that the administration has taken corporate favoritism to unprecedented heights -- threatening...


Where There's a Will

by Michael Heseltine

When Where There's a Will was published in the early Spring of 1987 it received not only a highly favourable review coverage but, rarely for a work of political analysis, reached Number One in the Sunday Times...


When Shrimps Learn to Whistle

by Denis Healey

The Soviet Union would abandon its communist principles, Khrushchev once boasted, only 'when shrimps learnt to whistle'. Now that Gorbachev has taught his shrimps to whistle, can Western politicians cope with...


The Crusader

by Paul Kengor

Based on extraordinary research: a major reassessment of Ronald Reagan's lifelong crusade to dismantle the Soviet Empire–including shocking revelations about the liberal American politician who tried to collude...


Immigration Reform: We Can Do It, If We Apply Our Founders' True Ideals

by Godfrey Y. Muwonge

This book is an in-depth discussion of immigration reform in America, highlighting commonly held myths about immigration and explains which issues America needs to address in order to achieve comprehensive reform....


Zimbabwe: Years of Hope and Despair

by Philip Barclay

A fascinating travelogue and political expose of the scarred country of Zimbabwe

With a new postscript for the paperback edition


Liberty in the Age of Terror: A Defence of Civil Liberties and Enlightenment Values

by A.C. Grayling

An impassioned defence of the civil liberties and the rule of law in the face of increasing pressure for ever greater 'security'


Crippled at the Starting Gate: The Graduate Schools Created and Perpetuate the Gender Gap in Science and Engineering

by Robert Leslie Fisher

This book argues that the United States needs an education bill to send more Americans to graduate school in the sciences, technology, and engineering. Graduate schools need to change their culture not only...


The Resurgence of the West: People and Life on the Chars of South Asia

by Richard Rosecrance

After two centuries of ascent, the United States finds itself in economic decline. Some advise America to cure its woes alone. But the road to isolation leads inevitably to the end of U.S. leadership in the...