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The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives

by Sasha Abramsky

Selected as A Notable Book of the Year by The New York Times Book Review

Fifty years after Michael Harrington published his groundbreaking book The Other America, in which he chronicled the lives of people excluded...


The Billionaire Who Wasn't: How Chuck Feeney Secretly Made and Gave Away a Fortune

Be Realistic: Demand the Impossible

by Mike Davis

Mike Davis delivers a brilliant defense of the Occupy movement and offers pragmatic advice to the 99%.


Reagan's Disciple: George W. Bush's Troubled Quest for a Presidential Legacy

by Lou Cannon & Carl M. Cannon

An insightful examination of what remains of the Reagan agenda in the Bush era by a father/son reporting team that has covered six of the last seven presidencies


Not All Sunshine & Sand: The Tales of a UK¿Middle East Truck Driver

by Paul Rowlands & Brian Wales

The adventures of a truck driver who hauled from the UK to the Middle East in the 1970s


Carmen, a Gypsy Geography

by Ninotchka Devorah Bennahum

Encounters with the Gypsy female flamenco dancer throughout history


Ironclad: The Epic Battle, Calamitous Loss and Historic Recovery of the USS Monitor

by Paul Clancy

In Ironclad, journalist Paul Clancy weaves three great sea adventures into a single mesmerizing tale of life and death. Naval heroism, the cold heart of battle, a killing storm, deep-water salvage, flesh-and-blood...


The N Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why

by Jabari Asim

The debate over the N word touches almost every aspect of American popular culture. Does it ever have an appropriate place in the media? Are rappers justified in using it? Should Huckleberry Finn, which repeats...


Jobs with Justice: 25 Years, 25 Voices

by Eric Larson, Rev. Calvin Morris & Larry Cohen

Through a series of interviews and essays, this compendium gives voice to the community, labor, immigrant, student, and faith activists that have built Jobs with Justice (JwJ). The book speaks on both the core...


Harlem Nocturne: Women Artists and Progressive Politics During World War II

by Farah Jasmine Griffin

As World War II raged overseas, Harlem witnessed a battle of its own. Brimming with creative and political energy, Harlem’s diverse array of artists and activists launched a bold cultural offensive aimed at...


I'm Only Here for the WiFi: A Complete Guide to Reluctant Adulthood

by Chelsea Fagan

Healthy mix of commentary, humor, and real advice for uncertain young adults on how to succeed in the “real world”.


Thinking Like a Lawyer: An Introduction to Legal Reasoning

by Kenneth J. Vandevelde

The classic book, revered as the original gold standard introduction to legal reasoning, now expanded and updated throughout for a new generation of lawyers


Not So Fast: Parenting Your Teen Through the Dangers of Driving

by Tim Hollister & Sandy Spavone

Providing advice to parents, guardians, and other adults who supervise teen drivers about the critical decisions that must be made before getting behind the wheel of a car, this book will help empower and guide...


Promised Bodies: Time, Language, and Corporeality in Medieval Women's Mystical Texts

by Patricia Dailey

In Christianity, the body is a potentially transformative vehicle, and the writings of Hadewijch of Brabant, a thirteenth-century beguine, engage with this tradition in ways both singular to her mysticism and...


Three Squares: The Invention of the American Meal

by Abigail Carroll

We are what we eat, as the saying goes—but we are also how we eat, and when, and where. Our eating habits reveal as much about our national identity as the food on our plates, as food historian Abigail Carroll...


Military, Naval and Civil Airships Since 1783: The History and Development of the Dirigible Airship in Peace and War

by Daniel George Ridley-Kitts MBE

This book traces the development of the airship, relating the struggles of the early pioneers, from the Montgolfier brothers, and the parallel of the hydrogen balloon. Throughout the nineteenth century, 'Aeronauts'...


Reality TV: Realism and Revelation

by Anita Biressi & Heather Nunn

This book analyses new and hybrid genres of television including observational documentaries, talk shows, game shows, docu-soaps, dramatic reconstructions, law and order programming and 24/7 formats such as...


Living with Peril: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Nuclear Weapons

by Andreas Wenger

Living with Peril explains in detail how the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations adapted to the reality of a Soviet nuclear force capable of destroying the United States and against which there was no effective...


Peacemaking and Peacekeeping for the New Century

by Olara A. Otunnu, Michael W. Doyle & Nelson Mandela

The UN's record in peace operations is long, various, distinguished by both accomplishments and failures, and most importantly, innovative. Unfulfilled expectations and escalating violence in Somalia, Rwanda,...


Ideas in Action: Political Tradition in the Twentieth Century

by Stephen Eric Bronner

Contemporary political theory has become alienated from politics. It often neither discusses concrete political events nor touches the world of political action. Stephen Eric Bronner wants to change that, and...