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The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions--And What to Do about It

by Henry L. Thompson Ph.D.

Reveals the powerful and undermining effects of stress on good decision making-and what leaders can do about it

The ability to make sound and timely decisions is the mark of a good leader. But when leaders with...

Five Down, No Glory: Frank G. Tinker, Merenary Ace in the Spanish Civil

by R. Hall

Frank G. Tinker, Jr. was the top American ace flying under contract with the Spanish Republican Air Force in the Spanish Civil War. A U.S. Naval Academy graduate, Class of 1933, he went into combat with Soviet...

Potomac Fever: A Memoir of Politics and Public Service

by William Middendorf

After a highly successful career in investment banking with his own firm and a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, J. William Middendorf became restive and looked for new challenges. Having “learned how to...

Eyes in the Sky: Eisenhower, the CIA, and Cold War Aerial Espionage

by Dino Brugioni

Dino A. Brugioni, author of the best-selling account of the Cuban Missile crisis, Eyeball to Eyeball, draws on his long CIA career as one of the world's premier experts on aerial reconnaissance to provide the...

In Final Defense of the Reich: The Destruction of the 6th SS Mountain Division "Nord"

by Stephen Rusiecki

In April 1945 the American 71st Infantry Division exacted the final vestiges of life from the Reich's 6th SS Mountain Division in central Germany. On Easter weekend, the bypassed German division fought to the...

I Call Bullshit: Debunking the Most Commonly Repeated Myths

by Jamie Frater


Do you want the real facts to counter and correct the steaming piles of myth and misinformation you hear all the time? This fascinating...

Unto These Hills

by Sue Harvey

"A subtle tale deep with character and southern atmosphere to die for. Emily Sue Harvey has a sure touch and strong voice. She's a talent to watch."

– Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author

"Unto These...

Their Other Side: Six American Women and the Lure of Italy

by Helen Barolini

"Our lives are Swiss," Emily Dickinson wrote in 1859, "So still--so cool." But over the Alps, "Italy stands the other side." For Dickinson, as for many other writers and artists, Italy has been the land of light,...

Regard for the Other: Autothanatography in Rousseau, De Quincey, Baudelaire, and Wilde

by E.S. Burt

Although much has been written on autobiography, the same cannot be said of autothanatography, the writing of one's death. This study starts from the deconstructive premise that autobiography is aporetic, not...

How We Got to Coney Island: The Development of Mass Transportation in Brooklyn and Kings County

by Brian Cudahy

How We Got to Coney Island is the definitive history of mass transportation in Brooklyn. Covering 150 years of extraordinary growth, Cudahy tells the complete story of the trolleys, street cars, steamboats,...

Listen: A History of Our Ears

by Jean-Luc Nancy

In this intimate meditation on listening, Peter Szendy examines what the role of the listener is, and has been, through the centuries. The role of the composer is clear, as is the role of the musician, but where...

For Derrida

by J. Miller

This book--the culmination of forty years of friendship between J. Hillis Miller and Jacques Derrida, during which Miller also closely followed all Derrida's writings and seminars--is "for Derrida" in two senses....

Victor Herbert: A Theatrical Life

by Neil Gould

Victor Herbert is one of the giants of American culture. As a musician, conductor, and, above all, composer, he touched every corner of American musical life at the turn of the century, writing scores of songs,...

Knowledge of Life: Essays in Thomistic Philosophy, New and Old

by Georges Canguilhem

As the work of thinkers such as Michel Foucault, François Jacob, Louis Althusser, and Pierre Bourdieu demonstrates, Georges Canguilhem has exerted tremendous influence on the philosophy of science and French...

The American Way to Change: How National Service and Volunteers Are Transforming America

by Shirley Sagawa

How ordinary citizens dedicated to service can change the face of America's most critical issues

What if the nation were able to capitalize on the energy of Americans willing to serve and volunteer for a year...

The Voyage: A Novel

by Philip Caputo

In the tradition of great seafaring adventures, The Voyage is an intricately plotted, superbly detailed, and gripping story of adventure and courage. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Philip Caputo has written a...

The Unavailable Father: Seven Ways Women Can Understand, Heal, and Cope with a Broken Father-Daughter Relationship

by Sarah S. Rosenthal

Strategies for overcoming a damaged father/daughter relationship

Problems between fathers and daughters can damage a young girl's identity, convince her she's unloveable or without worth, and send her into unhealthy...

On the Commerce of Thinking: Of Books and Bookstores

by Jean-Luc Nancy

Jean-Luc Nancy's On the Commerce of Thinking concerns the particular communication of thoughts that takes place by means of the business of writing, producing, and selling books. His reflection is born out of...

Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands

by Peter Krahenbuhl

A guide to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, which provides more geographic, biological and recreational diversity than any other country in Latin America. It contains misty cloud forests, the snow-capped Andes...

Theatricality as Medium: Reporting the War from the European Theater: 1942-1945

by Samuel Weber

Ever since Aristotle's Poetics, both the theory and the practice of theater have been governed by the assumption that it is a form of representation dominated by what Aristotle calls the "mythos," or the "plot."...