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Preachers, Prophets and Heretics: Anglican Women's Ministry

by Elaine Lindsay & Janet Scarfe

Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the first ordination of women priests in the Australian Anglican Church, this book analyzes the ordination debate and reviews how it occupied church synods, ecclesiastical...


Dereliction of Duty: Eyewitness Account of How Bill Clinton Compromised America's National Security

by Robert Patterson

Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson exposes the terrifying, behind-the-scenes story of the years when the most irresponsible President in our history had his finger on the nuclear trigger. Dereliction of Duty...


Basic Statistics: An Introduction with R

by Tenko Raykov & George A. Marcoulides

Basic Statistics provides an accessible and comprehensive introduction to statistics using the free, state-of-the-art software program R. This book is designed to both introduce students to key concepts in statistics...


Hot Spots: American Foreign Policy in a Post-Human-Rights World

by Amitai Etzioni

In early 2012, the United States "pivoted" to make the Far East its military and strategic first priority, thereby downgrading the Middle East. This change in priorities has been accompanied by a curtailed military...


Post-Liberalism: The Death of a Dream

by Melvyn L. Fein

Melvyn L. Fein argues that liberalism has made countless promises, almost none of which have come true. Poverty and crime were not eliminated, the family was not strengthened, education was not improved, and...


Defying Gravity: A Celebration of Late-Blooming Women

by Prill Boyle

Every day, regular women are accomplishing extraordinary things later in life. Prill Boyle gathered the encouraging stories of twelve daring and determined women who accomplished incredible things at an age...


The Dialectic of Sex

by Shulamith Firestone

"No one can understand how feminism has evolved without reading this radical, inflammatory second-wave landmark." —Naomi Wolf

Originally published in 1970, when Shulamith Firestone was just twenty-five years...


The Hitler Salute

by Tilman Allert

A strikingly original investigation of the origins and dissemination of the world's most infamous greeting

Sometimes the smallest detail reveals the most about a culture. In Heil Hitler: The History of a Gesture...


The Second Nuclear Age

by Paul Bracken

A leading international security strategist offers a compelling new way to "think about the unthinkable."

The cold war ended more than two decades ago, and with its end came a reduction in the threat of nuclear...


Walkable City

by Jeff Speck

Jeff Speck has dedicated his career to determining what makes cities thrive. And he has boiled it down to one key factor: walkability.

The very idea of a modern metropolis evokes visions of bustling sidewalks,...


Detroit City Is the Place to Be

by Mark Binelli

Once America's capitalist dream town, Detroit is our country's greatest urban failure, having fallen the longest and the farthest. But the city's worst crisis yet (and that's saying something) has managed to...


The Science of Star Wars

by Jeanne Cavelos

Could the science fiction of Star Wars be the actual science of tomorrow?

-How close are we to creating robots that look and act like R2-D2 and C-3PO?

-Can we access a "force" with our minds to move objects and...


The Mayor of Castro Street

by Randy Shilts

The Mayor of Castro Street is Shilts's acclaimed story of Harvey Milk, the man whose personal life, public career, and tragic assassination mirrored the dramatic and unprecedented emergence of the gay community...


Harvard's Secret Court

by William Wright

In 2002, a researcher for The Harvard Crimson came across a restricted archive labeled "Secret Court Files, 1920." The mystery he uncovered involved a tragic scandal in which Harvard University secretly put...


Playing Politics

by Scientific American & Scientific American Editors

Playing Politics: The Science of Elections by the Editors of Scientific American

Politics makes strange bedfellows, and that becomes even more apparent when trying to analyze the science of politics. Pulling...


Race-Baiter

by Eric Deggans

Gone is the era of Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite, when news programs fought to gain the trust and respect of a wide spectrum of American viewers. Today, the fastest-growing news programs and media platforms...


North Country Captives: Selected Narratives of Indian Captivity from Vermont and New Hampshire

by Colin G. Calloway

Eight narratives challenge old stereotypes and provide a clearer understanding of the nature of captive taking. These stories portray captors as individuals with a unique culture, offering glimpses of daily...


Black No More: Being an Account of the Strange and Wonderful Working of Science in the Land of the Free, A.D. 1933-1940

by George Samuel Schuyler & James Miller

What would happen to the race problem in America if black people could suddenly become white?


Vietnam: The Logic of Withdrawal

by Howard Zinn

Zinn's compelling case against the Vietnam War, now with a new introduction. Of the many books that challenged the Vietnam War, Howard Zinn's stands out as one of the best—and most influential. It helped sparked...


Latinos: A Biography of the People

by Earl Shorris

"Brilliant.... A loving and detailed celebration of a diverse, beautiful and often astounding people."—Laurence Gonzales, Chicago Tribune They are sometimes called the people who died twice, once at the hands...