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A History of the World Since 9/11: Disaster, Deception, and Destruction in the War on Terror

by Dominic Streatfeild

To understand why, you'll need to know how ...

  1. - an Australian metals trader named Garry-with help from the CIA-inadvertently triggered the invasion of Iraq

  2. - coalition troops were killed by bombs made with explosives...

Young Mr. Obama: Chicago and the Making of a Black President

by Edward McClelland

How the rough-and-tumble reality of Chicago taught a brilliant but

callow young African American politician the lessons that launched him

on the road to history.

Year of Meteors: Stephen Douglas, Abraham Lincoln, and the Election That Brought on the Civil War

by Douglas R. Egerton

A brilliantly told prequel to Team of Rivals-the first history

in six decades of the wild presidential contest that put Abraham

Lincoln in the White House and brought the United States to the brink of


Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans

by Wendell Potter

"My name is Wendell Potter, and for 20 years I worked as a senior executive at health insurance companies. I saw how they confuse their customers and dump the sick-all so they can satisfy their Wall Street investors."...

Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming

by Erik M. Conway & Naomi Oreskes

The troubling story of how a cadre of influential scientists have clouded public understanding of scientific facts to advance a political and economic agenda.

The Ascent of George Washington: The Hidden Political Genius of an American Icon

by John Ferling

A brilliant new portrait of George Washington as politician and leader from the author of the bestselling Almost a Miracle: The American Victory in the War for Independence.

Mr. and Mrs. Madison's War: America's First Couple and the Second War of Independence

by Hugh Howard

August 28, 1814. Dressed in black, James Madison mourns the nation's loss. Smoke rises from the ruin of the Capitol before him; a mile away stands the blackened shell of the White House. The British have laid...

Intel Wars: The Secret History of the Fight Against Terror

by Matthew M. Aid

The shock of the 9/11 attacks sent the American intelligence community into hyperactive growth. Five hundred billion dollars of spending in the Bush-Cheney years turned the U.S. spy network into a monster: 200,000-plus...

The Plots Against the President: FDR, a Nation in Crisis, and the Rise of the American Right

by Sally Denton

In March 1933, Franklin Delano Roosevelt finally became the nation's thirty-second president. The man swept in by a landslide four months earlier now took charge of a country in the grip of panic brought on...

Bozo Sapiens: Why to Err is Human

by Ellen Kaplan & Michael Kaplan

A dazzling exploration of the astonishing variety of ways that humans make mistakes by the authors of the acclaimed Chances Are...

Welcome to the Urban Revolution: How Cities Are Changing the World

by Jeb Brugmann

For the readers who made bestsellers out of Edge City or The Rise of the Creative Class, a powerful reappraisal of the role of cities and their inhabitants in solving global problems.

Jungle of Snakes: A Century of Counterinsurgency Warfare from the Philippines to Iraq

by James R. Arnold

A gripping history of counter-insurgency wars-successful and unsuccessful-with sobering lessons for America's future

What's the Economy For, Anyway?: Why It's Time to Stop Chasing Growth and Start Pursuing Happiness

by John de Graaf & David Batker

Named Best Business Book for Fall 2011 by Publishers Weekly

The question no one ever bothered to ask about the economy: How can we make it work for us, instead of the other way around?

Exorcising Hitler

by Frederick Taylor

The collapse of the Third Reich in 1945 was an event nearly unprecedented in history. Only the fall of the Roman Empire fifteen hundred years earlier compares to the destruction visited on Germany. The country's...

The Father of Us All: War and History, Ancient and Modern

by Victor Davis Hanson

A master historian explores how war has shaped our societies-and how societies shape warfare-from Ancient Greece to the present day, in a sweeping survey that offers profound lessons for facing today's conflicts....

The Painter's Chair: George Washington and the Making of American Art

by Hugh Howard

A fresh new look at the beginnings of the American republic-through the portraits of its first icon, George Washington, and the painters who defined his image

The Sound of Freedom: Marian Anderson, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Concert That Awakened America

by Raymond Arsenault

Award-winning Civil Rights historian Ray Arsenault describes the dramatic story behind Marian Anderson's concert at the Lincoln Memorial - an unrecognized turning point in civil rights history - on the 70th...

The Good Doctors: The Medical Committee for Human Rights and the Struggle for Social Justice in Health Care

by John Dittmer

The untold story of the courageous doctors who fought the 1960s battle for racial justice in hospitals and medical clinics-and on the streets

Half Moon: Henry Hudson and the Voyage That Redrew the Map of the New World

by Douglas Hunter

A bold new account of explorer Henry Hudson and the discovery that changed the course of history.

Tom and Jack: The Intertwined Lives of Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock

by Henry Adams

A groundbreaking portrait of the intense personal and artistic relationship between Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock, revealing how their friendship changed American art.