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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The Story of Earl Nightingale

and His Strangest Secret
By Pamela Nightingale, Victor Corbin, Angela Moon

There is a flesh and blood man behind the voice, and this is what Pamela Nightingale, Victor Corbin and Angela Moon hope to show their readers in the non-fiction biography of a radio sensation from a bygone era, The Story of Earl Nightingale and His...

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Mentchu-Hotep and the Spirit of the Medjay

By Mfundishi Jhutyms Hassan Salim

Mentchu-hotep, the son of the supreme ruler of Upper ​Kemet, is on a mission to learn what it takes to become a ruler and succeed his father. He must learn about their allies and foes, become connected to nature and the people, and learn to...

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Sabine's Odyssey

A Hidden Child and her Dutch Rescuers (Jewish Children in the Holocaust)
By Agnes Schippers

This book is hard to read as it details the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps. It is difficult in modern society to comprehend the absolute inhumanity committed by the Nazis on the Jews, Poles, Roma, Russians, etc. However, Sabine’s Odyssey by Agnes Schipper should...

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12/26/75

Twelve Twenty-Six Seventy-Five
By Tony Reid

12/26/75: Twelve Twenty-Six Seventy-Five by Tony Reid is a non-fiction true crime novel surrounding the 1975 murder of Donna Jo Richmond and the man who was convicted of the crime, Oscar Clifton. Clifton is no longer alive but the quest to clear his name and...

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Two Good Deals

By Ken Deal, Shirley Deal

If you enjoy memoirs about ordinary Americans who seem in retrospect to live extraordinary lives, Two Good Deals by Ken and Shirley Deal is for you. The Deals, born in 1926 and 1925 respectively, write about growing up in the Great Depression, living through WWII,...

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The Journey of the Most Liberated Woman in America

By Barbara Williamson

The Journey of the Most Liberated Woman in America by Barbara Williamson is the autobiography of a woman who founded Sandstone Retreat. The organization, which existed for five years in California starting in the late 1960s, was a place for men and women to live...

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A Light in the Wilderness

The Story of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the southeast Florida Frontier
By James D. Snyder

“So…why build a lighthouse where nobody lived?” That was the general assumption in the mid-1800s about the geographic location of Jupiter Inlet in southeast Florida. Once a major trading hub for Native Americans and now home to over 8 million people, Jupiter Inlet seemed an...

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Building High-Trust CommUNITY

Lessons Learned from the Past and the Year 2020
By Pamela Shockley-Zalabak and Sherwyn Morreale

Building High-Trust CommUNITY argues that America's conflicts result from a distrust in society and politics. It begins by examining people and trust in a historical context covering the period from Abraham Lincoln to the COVID pandemic. The book reviews trust at an individual level and...

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The Appomattox Generals

The Parallel Lives of Joshua L. Chamberlain, USA, and John B. Gordon, CSA, Commanders at the Surrender Ceremony of April 12, 1865
By John W. Primomo

I was wrong about my first thoughts of The Appomattox Generals: The Parallel Lives of Joshua L. Chamberlain, USA, and John B. Gordon, CSA, Commanders at the Surrender Ceremony of April 12, 1865, by John W. Primomo. I thought this book would compare and contrast...

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