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Every Army Man Is with You

by Nicolaus Mills

For Army’s players, their 1964 football game against a Navy team led by its Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback, Roger Staubach, was a do-or-die battle. Army had lost to Navy five years in a row. This time...


Americans in Dissent

by Steven L. Piott

The social critics featured in this volume were among the first to question laissez-faire individualism and unrestrained industrial capitalism and to anticipate the critiques of later Progressive Era reformers....


Plowed Under

by Ann Folino White

During the Great Depression, with thousands on bread lines, farmers were instructed by the New Deal Agricultural Adjustment Act to produce less food in order to stabilize food prices and restore the market economy....


Inside the Museum — Fort York National Historic Site

by John Goddard

Inside the Museums views Toronto?s heritage museums for the first time as a single community ? linked by events, personalities, and function. In this special excerpt we visit one of the jewels in Toronto?s historical...


Inside the Museum — Colborne Lodge

by John Goddard

Inside the Museums views Toronto’s heritage museums for the first time as a single community — linked by events, personalities, and function. In this special excerpt we visit Colborne Lodge, well known to...


Inside the Museum — The Market Gallery

by John Goddard

Inside the Museums views Toronto?s heritage museums for the first time as a single community ? linked by events, personalities, and function. In this special excerpt we visit The Market Gallery at 95 Front Street...


Inside the Museum — The Grange

by John Goddard

Inside the Museums views Toronto?s heritage museums for the first time as a single community ? linked by events, personalities, and function. In this special excerpt we visit the well-known Grange at 317 Dundas...


Toronto Neighbourhoods 7-Book Bundle

by Mark Osbaldeston, F.R. (Hamish) Berchem, Frederick H. Armstrong & Scott Kennedy et al.

The Toronto Neighbourhoods bundle presents a collection of titles that provide fascinating insight into the history and development of Canada?s largest and most diverse city. Beginning with histories of Canada?s...


The Social Cancer: A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere

by Jose Rizal

The Social Cancer: A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere from the Spanish of José Rizal By Charles Derbyshire.

Recorded in the history of human sufferings is a cancer of so malignant a character that...


The Origin and Growth of Village Communities In India

by Baden Henry Baden-Powell

The Origin and Growth of Village Communities In India by Baden Henry Baden-Powell. The object of this little book is to explain, the nature and origin of Indian village communities, with special reference to...


Do We Still Need Peer Review?

by Thomas H. P. Gould

The current peer review process is broken and unless changes are made it will soon die. In Do We Still Need Peer Review?, author Thomas H.P. Gould examines the evolution of peer review from the earliest attempts...


Reclaiming the Commons for the Common Good

by Heather Menzies

Commoning was a way of life for most of our ancestors. In Reclaiming the Commons for the Common Good, author Heather Menzies journeys to her roots in the Scottish Highlands, where her family lived in direct...


Opium

by Donald Wigal

Opium, once used for ritual purposes, is a substance which dulls pain and offers access to an artificial world, and has long been idealized by artists and markets. Baudelaire, Picasso, and Dickens were all inspired...


Ourika : This Is to Be Alone, This, This, Is Solitude!

by Lord Byron

Ourika is a delightful tale set in France during the French Revolution. George Gordon Byron (1788–1824), commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was an English poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement....


The African American Press in World War II

by Paul Alkebulan

Black journalists have vigorously exercised their First Amendment right since the founding of Freedom's Journal in 1827. World War II was no different in this regard, and Paul Alkebulan argues that it was the...


A Social History of Books and Libraries from Cuneiform to Bytes

by Patrick M. Valentine

While the importance of writing has often been recognized, the role of books and especially that of libraries has just as often been slighted. Knowledge, once generated, has to be communicated, preserved, and...


Arctic Revolution

by John David Hamilton

This pathbreaking book offers some nononsense truths about northern development.


The Yonge Street Story, 1793-1860

by F.R. (Hamish) Berchem

This is the remarkable story of the trail that became the longest street in the world, as officially recognized by The Guinness Book of Records. Begun in 1794, Yonge Street was planned by the ambitious Lieutenant...


Direct Action & Sabotage

by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Walker C. Smith, William E. Trautmann & Salvatore Salerno

The pamphlets reprinted here were first published in the 1910s amid great controversy. Even then, the tactics of direct action and sabotage were often associated with the cartoonists’ image of the disheveled,...


Stop, Thief!

by Peter Linebaugh

In this majestic tour de force, celebrated historian Peter Linebaugh takes aim at the thieves of land, the polluters of the seas, the ravagers of the forests, the despoilers of rivers, and the removers of mountaintops....