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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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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Operation George

A Gripping True Crime Story of an Audacious Undercover Sting
By Mark Dickens, Stephen Bentley

“They associate, infiltrate, befriend their target, and covertly gather evidence for a future day of reckoning,” writes author Mark Dickens with Stephen Bentley with respect to undercover police officers. “The Troubles” cut a swathe of human misery through Northern Ireland for nearly four decades(the 1960s-1998)....

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Chicago Rage

A Memoir of the 1960's Chicago Riots
By Ronald Schulz

Following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, 17-year-old Ronald Schulz chose to leave home, establish a commune in Chicago, and join the Yippee revolution. Thus began his road trip, in which he encountered a variety of characters, including a sexually unsatisfied deacon, homosexual guys who gave...

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