We The Presidents

How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century
By Ronald Gruner

Life hasn’t changed that much. Politics remains partisan and often volatile. But what of life? Ronald Gruner explores this theme in We The Presidents: How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century. We still have a world full of differing opinions on everything from climate change...

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History As I See It and Others

By Hafiz Sheriff

In his historical study, History As I See It and Others, Hafiz Sheriff examines various major historical events and shares his perspective on them. He also includes his viewpoints on political, family, and religious matters. The work covers Jewish history before and after the...

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Climate and Energy Decoded

A realistic overview of climate change, renewable energy and low-carbon transition
By Tushar Choudhary

Climate change is causing a paradigm shift all around us. If you take a careful look you will see it. There has been much speculation surrounding the causes. Areas that were once cold are now being impacted by warmer weather and the reverse is also...

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A Judge’s Odyssey

From Vermont to Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia, to War Crimes and Organ Trafficking in Kosovo
By Dean B. Pineles

A Judge’s Odyssey: From Vermont to Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia, to War Crimes and Organ Trafficking in Kosovo by Judge Dean B. Pineles is a compelling and enthralling autobiography that richly captures Pineles’ journey and experiences while serving in the American judicial system and some...

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What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today?

Political Dialogs Between 1789 and 2040
By Werner Neff

In What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today?: Political Dialogs Between 1789 and 2040, Werner Neff addresses the political issues raging in America. He uses the bold technique of imagining some of the Founding Fathers—Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Hamilton, Madison, and Franklin—returning to today’s world....

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The Intrepid Brotherhood

Public Power, Corruption, and Whistleblowing in the Pacific Northwest
By Gordon Graham

The Intrepid Brotherhood: Public Power, Corruption, and Whistleblowing in the Pacific Northwest by Gordon Graham is an account of the author's experiences leading up to his controversial filing of a whistle-blower petition with the Chelan County Public Utility District. Organized under state statute as a...

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America

Standing Strong
By Robert J. Emery

America: Standing Strong by Robert J. Emery is an examination of topics and forces which are stressing our republic and our society, leaving many Americans feeling depressed, disenchanted, and disconnected from institutions, organizations, and individuals they no longer trust. These topics include the loss of...

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Toward a Model of Constitutions

How Human Rights, Lincoln’s Address, and Berlin’s Liberties Explain Democracies
By Williams Kuttikadan

Toward a Model of Constitutions: How Human Rights, Lincoln’s Address, and Berlin’s Liberties Explain Democracies is a work of non-fiction in the government and politics subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Williams Kuttikadan. The book aims to...

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Dark Money and Private Spies

The Everett Stern Story
By Everett Stern

Dark Money and Private Spies is a memoir by Everett Stern. During his time at HSBC, Stern discovered that the bank deliberately failed to maintain anti-money laundering policies. Stern knew he could not stand by and therefore he alerted the U.S. authorities of his findings...

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Far Right Media is Making The World Chaotic

By David Jeremiah

With all the advancements in technology, access to information has been made easier than ever. While this may have been achieved for the general good of mankind, it is devastating that not everyone shares the same view. The latter is especially true for members of...

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