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Seventy-six Days Lost at Sea

Superbly written, which is why the book transcends the basic story of survival. Steve Callahan’s ample opportunities for introspection weren’t…

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Race and the Struggle for Postwar Oakland Politics and Society in Twentieth Century America

I read American Babylon after hearing about it on the radio and came away impressed with the author’s ability to…

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Jamestown And The Birth Of America

“A Land as God Made It,” tells in magnificent fashion the story of the formation of the Jamestown colony in…

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God the Founding Fathers and the Making of a Nation

In his latest book, “American Gospel,” Jon Meacham provides an eloquent, yet at the same time, depressing look at the…

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Another Century of War

Few historians understand US foreign policy as well as Gabriel Kolko. Normally, he writes massive books packed with footnotes, drawing…

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American Project

Venkatesh is pushing the thesis that the lives of the residents in the projects have been too pessimistically portrayed by…

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American Gothic Tales

With authors such as Poe, King, Bradbury and many other well-known authors we can be nothing less than pleased with…

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America-A Call to Greatness

Thomas Paine, with his book, Common Sense, stirred the hearts and minds of American colonists to the right the wrongs…

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Adolf Hitler as a Monster

It is easy to write off Adolf Hitler as a monster, or a man of pure evil, but these labels…

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Adolf Hitler The Definitive Biography

This book has to be one of the longest biographies ever written about a historical figure, but it is greatly…

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