South Dakota Crusader

Francis Case’s Road to Congress
By Stephen L. Wilson

South Dakota Crusader: Francis Case’s Road to Congress is a work of non-fiction in the biography, sociopolitical issues, and government history subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Stephen L. Wilson, this dedicated work provides a comprehensive exploration of...

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Saving Aziz

How the Mission to Help One Became a Calling to Rescue Thousands from the Taliban
By Chad Robichaux, David L. Thomas, Glenn Beck

A crisis resulted due to the hasty departure of the US from Afghanistan. Other things that added to the chaos include the withdrawal of military personnel before the evacuation of civilians and the lack of coordination with the Afghan forces and other partners. Chad had...

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Stop the Killing

How to End the Mass Shooting Crisis
By Katherine Schweit

Stop the Killing: How to End the Mass Shooting Crisis by Katherine Schweit addresses the thorny issue of guns and gun violence. The author has had a noteworthy career, from being in the media to obtaining a law degree and serving as a special agent...

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Socialism USA

A Plea for a Soft Variant
By Phillip J Bryson

Socialism USA: A Plea for a Soft Variant is a work of non-fiction in the socioeconomic issues, business and finance, and analytical writing subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Phillip J Bryson for anyone with an...

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Socialism Revealed

Why Socialism's Issues Have Never Permitted Success In A Real Economy
By Phillip J Bryson

Socialism Revealed is the sequel to the author’s comprehensive work titled Socialism: Origins, Expansion, Decline, and the Attempted Revival in the United States. Phillip J Bryson summarizes many basic conclusions included in the first of the series and some updated information. In this volume, Professor...

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Schnooks, Crooks, Liars & Scoundrels

A Field Guide to Identifying Political Buffoons
By Gene Berardelli

Schnooks, Crooks, Liars and Scoundrels: A Field Guide to Identifying Political Buffoons by Gene Berardelli is an informative and thought-provoking nonfiction guide to exploring the intricacies of government and politics. The author explores the impact of factors like derision and ridicule on American political culture....

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Struggling for Democracy in Hong Kong

My Story
By Joseph Cheng

Struggling for Democracy: My Story by Joseph Cheng is a memoir that records one man’s eyewitness account of Hong Kong’s campaign for democracy. This is a historical journey that spans the years 1949 to 2020 and covers the significant economic and political developments that took...

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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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Shadows of the Acropolis

By Richard C. Lyons

The founding fathers of the world’s most powerful nation − the United States of America − were both objective and precise about the form of government and its workings when they drafted the American constitution. They intended that a representative government would control the state,...

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Socialism

Origins, Expansion, Decline, and the Attempted Revival in the United States
By Phillip Bryson

In his book Socialism: Origins, Expansion, Decline, and the Attempted Revival in the United States, Phillip Bryson delves deeper into the subject of socialism and its history by answering virtually every question on the subject. These include the origins of socialism, and the theories, concepts,...

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