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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...


The Food Police: A Well-Fed Manifesto about the Politics of Your Plate

by Jayson Lusk

A rollicking indictment of the liberal elite's hypocrisy when it comes to food.

Ban trans-fats? Outlaw Happy Meals? Tax Twinkies? What's next? Affirmative action for cows?   

     A catastrophe is looming....


The Last Men on Top

by Susan Jacoby

A feminist—and the bestselling author of The Age of American Unreason—looks back at the last pre-feminist generation of men who supposedly had it all and asks: what exactly did they have?

How fabulous was...


Human Accomplishment

by Charles Murray

A sweeping cultural survey reminiscent of Barzun's From Dawn to Decadence.

"At irregular times and in scattered settings, human beings have achieved great things. Human Accomplishment is about those great things,...


The Human Story

by James C. Davis

Has there ever been a history of the world as readable as this?

In The Human Story, James C. Davis takes us on a journey to ancient times, telling how peoples of the world settled down and founded cities, conquered...


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...


A Dream Deferred

by Shelby Steele

From the author of the award-winning bestseller The Content of Our Character comes a new essay collection that tells the untold story behind the polarized racial politics in America today. In A Dream Deferred...


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 Racket

by Anita Mason

Like Graham Greene, Anita Mason focuses her remarkable talent and piercing vision on human beings struggling for their lives and souls in a web of crime, corruption, temptation, and terror.


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...


Cutting Loose: Why Women Who End Their Marriages Do So

by Ashton Applewhite

One out of every two modern marriages ends in divorce, and 75 percent of those divorces are initiated by wives. Author Ashton Applewhite is one of these women, having sued for divorce after enduring an unfulfilling...


Following Our Bliss

by Don Lattin

Renowned journalist Don Lattin, longtime reporter for the San Francisco Examiner and more recently the San Francisco Chronicle, interprets the American spiritual and religious landscape since the 60s with insight,...


No Bone Unturned

by Jeff Benedict

A curator for the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Doug Owsley painstakingly rebuilds skeletons, helping to identify them and determine their cause of death. He has worked on several notorious cases --...


Chief Joseph & the Flight of the Nez Perce

by Kent Nerburn

Hidden in the shadow cast by the great western expeditions of Lewis and Clark lies another journey every bit as poignant, every bit as dramatic, and every bit as essential to an understanding of who we are as...


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....


Television's Imageable Influences: The Self-Perception of Young African-Americans

by Camille O. Cosby

Camille O. Cosby presents a startling examination of how young African-Americans are dramatically impacted by the pervasive negative images of their culture that are regularly portrayed on television. Dr. Cosby...


According to Our Hearts: The Covert Punishment of a Cold War Heretic

by Angela Onwuachi-Willig

This landmark book looks at what it means to be a multiracial couple in the United States today. According to Our Hearts begins with a look back at a 1925 case in which a two-month marriage ends with a man suing...


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'