Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics

Redlined

A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago
By Linda Gartz

Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago by Linda Gartz was inspired by the true events of Chicago around the time of the Civil Rights Movement and by family memorabilia she stumbled upon after the deaths of her parents. Redlined...

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Being Reasonable

Plain Talk About Living in the Future
By Ross Urquhart

Being Reasonable: Plain Talk About Living in the Future by Ross Urquhart was written following an epiphany by its author; one in which a kid at a cash register asked him if he wanted to use a "senior card". Urquhart swallowed his pride, accepted that...

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Forty Gavels

The Life of Reuben Soderstrom and the Illinois AFL-CIO
By Carl W. Soderstrom MD, Robert W Soderstrom, Chris M. Stevens, Andrew W Burt

For anyone interested in biographies or history in general, or the American labor movement in particular, the three-volume set of Forty Gavels: The Life of Reuben Soderstrom and the Illinois AFL-CIO is an enticing read. Co-authored by Carl W. Soderstrom Jr. MD, Robert W. Soderstrom,...

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Effect of British Colonization of Pakistan's Legal System

An Under Looked Aspect
By Ayesha Majid

Effect of British Colonization of Pakistan's Legal System: An Under Looked Aspect by Ayesha Majid is a dissertation or thesis written by the author and presented to the public in book format. It takes a hard look at how the colonization of British India impacted...

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U.S. Presidents Quiz Book

American History Quiz Series 1
By T. Buburuz

Did you know that the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding, died in office from a heart attack only eleven days after experiencing pain thought to be just an upset stomach? Or that the 38th President, Gerald Ford, was the first ever...

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Common Sense for Our Common Good

A Parent Guide to Good Schools
By Jim Baumann

Common Sense for Our Common Good: A Parent Guide to Good Schools by Jim Baumann is a great guidebook for parents. The information is listed in groups of three and clearly explained. Essentially, it's an easy read and discusses what makes a school good, focusing...

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Creative Destruction and the Electric Utility of the Future

By David J Hurlbut

Creative Destruction and the Electric Utility of the Future by David J. Hurlbut, PhD, is an informative presentation on a critical topic. The power sector is changing and faces obsolescence (creative destruction), but not just in its technology. “Technology is part of the story,” Dr....

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A Deeper Truth

The New Science of Innovation, Human Choice and Societal Scale Behavior
By Tim Stroh

A Deeper Truth: The New Science of Innovation, Human Choice and Societal Scale Behavior by Tim Stroh is a thought-provoking book for those who wonder why people act as they do, especially in this day when digital items go viral and products become overnight successes....

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I Spy with My Little Eye

A Journey Through the Moral Landscape of Britain
By Linnea Mills

What is feeding, empowering and developing the next generation? Is it the TV, music, movies, tech toys or the videos games that they're exposed to? These vices possess a great hold and influence on the future generation. Through these vices, both the current and future...

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Tikkunim

Corrections
By Jesse Bogner

Tikkunim: Corrections is a collection of articles and essays by Jewish-American journalist Jesse Bogner. His personal transformation from the addictive lifestyle of a decadent and elitist New Yorker to a student of Kabbalah in Israel is outlined in his memoir The Egotist. The articles in...

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