Trying to Make It

The Enterprises, Gangs, and People of the American Drug Trade
By R.V. Gundur

The war waged on narcotic drugs and the drug trade in the US – launched in the 1970s – has been ongoing for decades now. Despite making remarkable progress – evidenced by the incarceration of notorious Mexican drug lords – there still seems to be...

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Tales From the Cold War

The U.S. Army in West Germany, 1960 to 1975
By Michael D Mahler

Tales From the Cold War: The U.S. Army in West Germany, 1960 to 1975 chronicles the experiences of Michael D. Mahler. He recounts his sojourns in Germany not too long after World War II ended and the Allies occupied the western regions of Germany, but...

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The Power to Stop Any Illusion of Problems

Behind the Manufactured Scarcity of Food & Water
By August Clark

The Power to Stop Any Illusion of Problems: Behind the Manufactured Scarcity of Food and Water by August Clark is a comprehensive guide on methods to overcome the scarcity of natural resources. Clark begins by describing the man-made situations that contribute to scarcity. He discusses...

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Patients in Peril

The Demise of Primary Care in America
By Gregg Coodley M.D.

Patients in Peril: The Demise of Primary Care in America by Gregg Coodley M.D. is a non-fiction medical book that details the history of general practice and primary healthcare in the United States. He describes how the decline in primary care is detrimental to doctors,...

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Biotechnology

Scientific Advancement Versus Public Safety
By Conrad B. Quintyn

Author and scholar Conrad B. Quintyn weaves together a thorough representation of biological modification, its positives, and its potential for abuse in the non-fiction scientific academic book Biotechnology: Scientific Advancement Versus Public Safety. Ethical ramifications are the primary focus in Quintyn's work as he provides...

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Onward, At Last

By Kevin Howard

Over the past half-century, America has been the leader of the free world. A country whose financial prowess and military might give it the freedom to pursue its values and ideals as it sees fit. But there has been a growing divide in America based...

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The Battle for Sicily's Soul

The rise of the Mafia and the fight to free Sicily from its evil tyranny
By Claudine Cassar

The Battle for Sicily's Soul: The Rise of the Mafia and the Fight to Free Sicily from its Evil Tyranny by Claudine Cassar is a must-read historical nonfiction book. It focuses on the Sicilian Mafia and gives a deeper understanding of the origin of the...

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Summary of White Fear

How the Browning of America Is Making White Folks Lose Their Minds by Roland Martin and Leah Lakins
By Ted Noble

I grew up in the South in the ‘50s and ‘60s. I was taught that being an American meant we all had equal rights regardless of socioeconomic status. However, many did not share this mindset, and discrimination abounded. The South especially has a history of...

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Evolution Ended

The Next Stage of American Society
By J. J. Jerome

Have you ever wondered how a person from the 1960s would feel if he was somehow transported to the year 2022? Evolution Ended by J.J. Jerome takes a deep dive into how our entire evolutionary makeup has shifted drastically since the 60s. Although technology has...

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Undeterred

The Pendulum Swings on
By Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul

Undeterred: The Pendulum Swings On by Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul gives the reader insight into the challenges of embarking on a political career in Nigeria. It is clear that from his early days as a student he wanted to make a difference in the various communities...

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