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History of the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson: By the House of Representatives and His Trial by the Senate for High Crimes and Misdemeanors in Office

by Edmund G. Ross

U.S. president Andrew Johnson was thrust suddenly into the seat of power as a result of Abraham Lincoln's assassination. In the tumultuous Reconstruction period, Johnson clashed with lawmakers who were trying...


Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases

by Ida B. Wells

The epidemic of lynching that gripped the American South in the decades after the Civil War and the end of slavery has been glossed over and understated in many history books. Activist Ida B. Wells took it upon...


Mob Rule in New Orleans: Robert Charles and His Fight to the Death

by Ida B. Wells

African-American journalist and activist Ida B. Wells played a major role in shedding light on the widespread practice of lynching in the United States. In this gripping account, Wells details the riots that...


Deepening Community: Finding Joy Together in Chaotic Times

by Paul Born

People in all areas of society hunger for community. Tamarack director Paul Born shows how people can move from no community, shallow community, or bogus community ("community of fear") to deep community in...


The Vagabond

by Colette & Stanley Appelbaum

A vivid portrait of Parisian music hall life, this 1910 novel reflects the adventures of the author of Gigi as a dancer as well as her struggles balancing respectability and freedom.


The Obama Diaries

by Laura Ingraham

The Diary of President Barack Obama

The White House

May 19, 2010

I was going to write about tonight’s state dinner for Mexico and the amnesty plan, but we’ve got a national crisis here! I think somebody’s...


Contentious Activism and Inter-Korean Relations

by Danielle L. Chubb

In South Korea, debate over relations with the North is a contentious subject that transcends traditional considerations of physical and economic security. Political activists play a critical role in shaping...


Exemplary Women of Early China: The  Lienü zhuan of Liu Xiang

by Anne Behnke Kinney

When should a woman disobey her father, contradict her husband, or shape the policy of a ruler? According to the Lienü zhuan, or Categorized Biographies of Women, it is not only appropriate but necessary for...


No Country: Working-Class Writing in the Age of Globalization

by Sonali Perera

Sonali Perera expands the discourse on working-class fiction by considering a range of international, noncanonical texts, identifying textual, political, and historical linkages overlooked by Eurocentric scholarship....


Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism

by Stanley Kurtz

President Barack Obama surprised many voters during a pre-election interview when he approvingly noted that Ronald Reagan had “changed the trajectory of America” in a way that other presidents had not. In...


Have You Seen My Country Lately?: America's Wake-Up Call

by Jerry Doyle

"I’ve seen my country lately. Frankly, I don’t like what I see. Nevertheless, it’s not too late to restore the great and unique wonder that is the United States. We are the beacon of hope for the world,...


Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster

by David Lochbaum, Edwin Lyman & Susan Q. Stranahan

On March 11, 2011, an earthquake large enough to knock the earth from its axis sent a massive tsunami speeding toward the Japanese coast and the aging and vulnerable Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power reactors....


An Autobiography of Black Chicago

by Dempsey Travis

Few were more qualified than Dempsey Travis to write the history of African Americans in Chicago, and none would be able to do it with the same command of firsthand sources. This seminal paperback reissue, An...


End of the Line: The 1857 Train Wreck at the Desjardins Canal Bridge

by Don McIver

In 1857 a Toronto-to-Hamilton train crashed on the Desjardins Canal bridge. Sixty people died, making it one of the worst railway disasters in North America. These are the stories of those associated with the...


How Wars End: Why We Always Fight the Last Battle

by Gideon Rose

IN 1991 THE UNITED STATES trounced the Iraqi army in battle only to stumble blindly into postwar turmoil. Then in 2003 the United States did it again. How could this happen? How could the strongest power in...


Censorship: The Threat to Silence Talk Radio

by Brian Jennings & Sean Hannity

"Talk radio is the American voter." -- Rush Limbaugh

Freedom of speech. It is our most cherished privilege as Americans, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution since 1791. But at the...


The Salish People: Volume II: The Squamish and the Lillooet

by Charles Hill-Tout & Ralph Maud

Volume II of this four-volume ethnographic study focuses on the Squamish and Lillooet peoples of the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia).


Why Yemen Matters: A Society in Transition

by Helen Lackner

In November 2011, an agreement brokered by the GCC brought an end to Yemen’s tumultuous uprising. The National Dialogue Conference has opened a window of opportunity for change, bringing Yemen’s main political...


Tehran Blues: Youth Culture in Iran

by Kaveh Basmenji

More than two decades after their parents rose up against the Shah’s excesses, increasing numbers of young Iranians are risking jail at the hands of religious paramilitaries roughly their own age, for things...


Slender Is the Thread: Tales from a Country Law Office

by Harry M. Caudill

In a supplement to his The American Language, H.L. Mencken encapsulated the early history of Kentucky: "What is now Kentucky was the first region beyond the mountains to be settled. Pioneers began to invade...