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Striking Back: Combat in Korea, March-April 1951

by William T. Bowers, Roger Cirillo & John T. Greenwood

Striking Back: Combat in Korea, March-April 1951 is the second book in a three-volume series about the Korean War, examining the fighting that occurred during the late winter and early spring of the war's first...

A History of the Modern Chinese Army

by Xiaobing Li

Xiaobing Li's comprehensive examination of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) offers new insights into the military's central place in modern Chinese society. A History of the Modern Chinese Army goes beyond...

Yes We Did?: From King's Dream to Obama's Promise

by Cynthia Griggs Fleming & Eleanor Holmes Norton

Barack Obama's presidential victory demonstrated unprecedented racial progress on a national level. Not since the civil rights legislation of the 1960s has the United States seen such remarkable advances. During...

Virginia at War, 1864

by William C. Davis & James I. , Jr. Robertson

The fourth book in the Virginia at War series casts a special light on vital home front matters in Virginia during 1864. Following a year in which only one major battle was fought on Virginia soil, 1864 brought...

Wendell Berry and Religion: Heaven's Earthly Life

by Joel James Shuman, L. Roger Owens & Norman Wirzba

Farmer, poet, essayist, and environmental writer Wendell Berry is acclaimed for his ideas regarding the values inherent in an agricultural society. Place, community, good work, and simple pleasures are but a...

Bluejackets and Contrabands: African Americans and the Union Navy

by Barbara Brooks Tomblin

One of the lesser known stories of the Civil War is the role played by escaped slaves in the Union blockade along the Atlantic coast. From the beginning of the war, many African American refugees sought avenues...

The Enduring Reagan

by Charles W. Dunn

A former Sunday school teacher and Hollywood actor, Ronald Reagan was an unlikely candidate for president. His charisma, conviction, and leadership earned him the governorship of California, from which he launched...

Get Yours!: How to Have Everything You Ever Dreamed of and More

by Amy Dubois Barnett

Hey girlfriend, what do you dream of?

Do you want more from your job, your man, your life? In this insightful guide, Amy DuBois Barnett, former editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar and Teen People, shows you...

Clark Clifford: The Wise Man of Washington

by John Acacia

One of the most renowned Washington insiders of the twentieth century, Clark Clifford (1906--1998) was a top advisor to four Democratic presidents. As a powerful corporate attorney, he advised Harry S. Truman,...

Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee

by Kent Dollar, Larry Whiteaker & W. Calvin Dickinson

Kentucky and Tennessee were mirror images of one another during the Civil War. Both were slave states with large numbers of Union and Confederate sympathizers. Kentuckians and Tennesseans suffered the same hardships...

Being Hal Ashby: Life of a Hollywood Rebel

by Nick Dawson

Hal Ashby set the standard for subsequent independent filmmakers by crafting unique, thoughtful, and challenging films that continue to influence new generations of directors. Initially finding success as an...

Warren Oates: A Wild Life

by Susan A. Compo

Though he never quite reached the lead actor status he worked so relentlessly to achieve, Warren Oates (1928-1982) is known today as one of the most memorable and skilled character actors of the 1960s and 1970s....

How We Talked and Common Folks

by Verna Mae Slone, Len Slone & Michael Montgomery

Two of Verna Mae Slone's most beloved books -- How We Talked and Common Folks -- are now available in a single edition. How We Talked is a timeless piece of literature, a free-form combination of glossary and...

Reflections on Life, Death, and the Constitution

by George Anastaplo

The role of law in government has been increasingly scrutinized as courts struggle with controversial topics such as assisted suicide, euthanasia, abortion, capital punishment, and torture. Reflections on Life,...

A Political Companion to Henry David Thoreau

by Jack Turner

The writings of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) have captivated scholars, activists, and ecologists for more than a century. Less attention has been paid, however, to the author's political philosophy and its...

Madeline McDowell Breckinridge and the Battle for a New South

by Melba Porter Hay & Marjorie J. Spruill

Kentucky native Madeline McDowell Breckinridge (1872--1920) was at the forefront of the suffrage movement at both the state and national levels. The great-granddaughter of Henry Clay and a descendant of several...

The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks

by Susan Reigler & Pam Spaulding

Kentucky is known for its natural beauty and variety of environments, which are preserved and displayed in its state parks. Nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and history buffs have enjoyed the range and flavor...

Kentucky Cooks: Favorite Recipes from Kentucky Living

by Linda Allison-Lewis

Kentucky has a rich culinary tradition with distinctive regional recipes that reflect the unique heritage of the Commonwealth. Ten years after the publication of Kentucky's Best: Fifty Years of Great Recipes,...

The Progress Paradox: How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse

by Gregg Easterbrook

In The Progress Paradox, Gregg Easterbrook draws upon three decades of wide-ranging research and thinking to make the persuasive assertion that almost all aspects of Western life have vastly improved in the...

Real or Fake: Studies in Authentication

by Joe Nickell

Many people wonder if an item stored in the attic or found at a tag sale could be a lost treasure. Joe Nickell's latest book, Real or Fake, offers a general introduction to the principles of authentication....