Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics

The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon

By Alex Fell

The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon by Alex Fell is a book about one of the most popular folk and ballad bands in Ireland. An international success, particularly with Irish communities that settled elsewhere in the world, they are a group of very accomplished musicians. With their...

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The Business of American Injustice

By Sydney Williams

The Business of American Injustice by Sydney Williams is a poignant narrative, a memoir that deals with what the author calls “a story about our personal journey through civil litigation, bankruptcy, and the criminal justice system. As unbelievable as it seems, each event is a...

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Land of My Birth

A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica
By Leroy E. Cooke

In Land of My Birth: A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica, Leroy E. Cooke, a patriot, revisits the history of his country and pens an engrossing narrative that showcases the journey of the first forty years...

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American Justice on Trial

People v. Newton
By Lise Pearlman

American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton by Lise Pearlman presents the trial of Huey Newton in a cleverly constructed style, filling readers in on the drama, the jury selection, and the outcome of the trial. Besides focusing on the Newton trial, the author makes...

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The Naked Leftist

By Randy D Schiller

The Naked Leftist is billed as a conservatively minded guidebook by author Randy D Schiller, aiming to convey the conservative perspective on understanding those with liberal and socialist political views. Self-confessed as politically incorrect, the book offers sentiments solely from a conservative perspective with a...

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With Justice for Some

Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America
By Lise Pearlman

With Justice For Some: Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America by Lise Pearlman is an in-depth look at thirteen of the most socially relevant criminal trials of the early 1900s. Some of them were media events, some...

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Call Me Phaedra

The Life and Times of Movement Lawyer Fay Stender
By Lise Pearlman

Call Me Phaedra: The Life and Times of Movement Lawyer Fay Stender by Lise Pearlman is a spellbinding biography of an unflagging woman, a powerful lawyer whose contribution helped in shaping the societal conscience of her time, from the McCarthy Era until the '70s. Fay...

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The People's Hope

How to Save America and the World from the Predator Class
By Lynn Maser

The People's Hope: How to Save America and the World from the Predator Class is a nonfiction government and politics book written by Lynn Maser. Maser introduces his subject with a look at today’s present political climate in the United States. While the 2016 election...

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They Must Be Monsters

A Modern-Day Witch Hunt - The untold story behind the McMartin phenomenon: the longest, most expensive criminal case in U.S. history
By Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad

They Must Be Monsters: A Modern-Day Witch Hunt by Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad is the true story of the McMartin preschool trial and the phenomena that surrounded the longest and most expensive criminal case in U.S. history during the 1980s. A sinister and frightening...

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Out of Many One

The Proclamation and Abstract Value of Merit A Presidential Creation True Story, Backed by Documentary Evidence
By Dufort Baptichon

Out of Many One: The Proclamation and Abstract Value of Merit by Dufort Baptichon is a meld of a personal story backed by documentary evidence and a hard look into some of the crucial, yet rarely considered values that should guide political life in every...

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