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Voices of the Future

by Etan Thomas

NBA star Etan Thomas helps give voice to the poetic and socially conscious ideas of young people.


The Mexican Revolution: A Short History 1910-1920

by Stuart Easterling

Why did the Mexican Revolution happen? What makes it distinctive? Was it even a revolution at all?


The Honored Society: A Portrait of Italy's Most Powerful Mafia

by Petra Reski

In the early hours of an August 2007 morning a gunfight broke out in an Italian restaurant in Duisburg, Germany; in less than five minutes over seventy shots were fired into the bodies of six men. Both the victims...


Any Way You Slice It: The Past, Present, and Future of Rationing

by Stan Cox

Rationing: it’s a word—and idea—that people often loathe and fear. Health care expert Henry Aaron has compared mentioning the possibility of rationing to “shouting an obscenity in church.” Yet societies...


Ramblers: Loyola Chicago 1963 ¿ The Team that Changed the Color of College Basketball

by Michael Lenehan

Today basketball is played “above the rim” by athletes of all backgrounds and colors. But 50 years ago it was a floor-bound game, and the opportunities it offered for African-Americans were severely limited....


Dispatches from the Occupation: A History of Change

by Stephen Collis

Investigates one of philosophy's ongoing preoccupations—change—articulating its patterns across disciplines and through eras, from Ancient Rome to the Occupy Movement.


Robert Duncan in San Francisco

by Michael Rumaker

A revealing portrait of a major poet of the SF Renaissance and a gripping account of late ’50s gay life.


National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism

by Melvin A. Goodman

Former CIA analyst reveals why pumping more money into US military spending destabilizes both the economy and long-term national security


Thriving in the Crosscurrent: Clarity and Hope in a Time of Cultural Sea Change

by James Kenney

"Are we living in an age of moral decay or moral growth?" James Kenney asks his audiences in talks in the U.S. and abroad. The pessimists win out, citing everything from road rage to economic crisis, religious...


Politics and the Occult: The Left, the Right, and the Radically Unseen

by Gary Lachman

The gritty business of politics is not something we usually associate with the occult. But esoteric beliefs have influenced the destiny of nations since the time of ancient Egypt and China, when decisions of...


Big Red: Inside The Secret World of a Trident Nuclear Submarine

by Douglas C. Waller

Taller in length than the Washington Monument, wider at its center than a three-lane highway, the 18,750-ton Trident nuclear submarine is the most complex war machine the United States Navy has ever produced:...


Leicestershire & Rutland Folk Tales

by Leicestershire Guild of Storytelling

Leicestershire and Rutland have a rich and diverse collection of tales, from stories of epic battles and heroic deeds to legends of mythical creatures and ghostly goings-on. These stories, illustrated with twenty-five...


The Great Train Robbery: The Untold Story from the Closed Investigation Files

by Andrew Cook

The Great Train Robbery of 1963 is one of the most (in)famous crimes in British history. The bulk of the money stolen (equivalent to £40 million today) has never been recovered. There has not been a single...


Flying with the Larks: The Early Aviation Pioneers of Lark Hill

by Timothy Brown

In support of The National Trust. In 1903 the Wright Brothers achieved their dream of powered flight and from then on man's domination of the skies became a reality. The military potential of aircraft was obvious...


A Simple Recipe for Stealing the Wealth of a Nation: A-basic-guide to accumulating massive wealth at the expense of the American citizens

by Thomas DeForge

What happened? How did it all go wrong? What can we do? Who is to blame? Will the madness ever stop? What will my children do? These are just a few of the questions that many Americans are asking themselves...


Yellow Power, Yellow Soul: The Radical Art of Fred Ho

by Roger N. Buckley & Tamara Roberts

Exceptional accounts of the dissident musician, writer, and activist


The Ice Pilots: Flying with the Mavericks of the Great White North

by Michael Vlessides

As seen on TV!

The Ice Pilots follows renegade Arctic airline Buffalo Airways, and pilots who defy the cold and the competition by using WWII era propeller planes likes the DC-3 to haul vital fuel, supplies,...


A Calculated Risk: The U.S. Decision to Recognize Israel

by Evan M. Wilson & William B. Quandt

In the aftermath of World War II and the Holocaust, the Truman White House led the effort to establish the state of Israel. But, was it inevitable that the U.S. would endorse the concept of a Jewish state? Was...


Congress: A Performance Appraisal

by Andrew J. Taylor

An innovative examination of Congress’ performance, using benchmarks and aspirations to assess whether or not it can be considered a successful legislative body


Connecting Social Problems and Popular Culture: Why Media is Not the Answer

by Karen Sternheimer

Tackling the essential social problems in America through a popular culture lens, this original book debunks the notion that the media is to blame for society's ills.