Reform The Kakistocracy

Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens
By William L. Kovacs

In Reform The Kakistocracy by William L. Kovacs, the author describes what the government and those in power have evolved into. An elite, self-serving minority who lack the morals and principles to care for those who elected them. Over the last forty years, there has...

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Rotors in the Sand

By Don Harvel

Rotors in the Sand by Don Harvel is the true story of the investigation into a CV-22 Osprey accident in Afghanistan in 2010. Follow the investigation crew as they try to figure out why the Osprey fell from the sky, for no apparent reason. The...

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Revived Failure

Iran's Reality After the American Withdrawal of the Nuclear Deal
By Fazle Chowdhury

Revived Failure: Iran's Reality After the American Withdrawal of the Nuclear Deal is a work of non-fiction in the government and politics sub-genre, and was penned by author Fazle Chowdhury. Written for adult audiences due to the sophistication and complexity of ideas, this informative discussion...

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Reigning the Future

AI, 5G, Huawei, and the Next 30 Years of US-China Rivalry
By Dennis Wang

Reigning The Future by Dennis Wang gives a fresh viewpoint about US-China relations, navigating the changing world, and tackling some of the complex international puzzles. China is emerging as an international leader in technology along with the United States but there is conflict with China,...

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Racism, Hypocrisy, and Bad Faith

A Moral Challenge to the America I Love
By Julius Bailey

Academic works by Julius Bailey, Ph.D., are notable for their flawless integrity, impeccable thinking, accessibility for the non-academic, and an irrefutable blending of stark objectivity with engaged passion, flavored always by an overriding sense of humanity and compassion. Racism, Hypocrisy, and Bad Faith, the most...

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Restore Trust

Economic Solutions to Social and Political Issues in the U.S.
By Werner Neff

For a long time, the United States has been considered a country of endless opportunities. People thought about it as a place of freedom and democracy. Unfortunately, things have changed in the past few decades. Now, many American citizens are increasingly disappointed with their country....

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Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism

Stories
By Carolyn L. Karcher

Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism: Stories of Personal Transformation edited by Carolyn L. Karcher features stories from forty Jews from different backgrounds, stories that trace their journey from a Zionist worldview to one that embraces an inclusive world. From the very beginning, the author makes a...

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Resist

Goals and Tactics for Changemakers
By Gayle Kimball

Resist: Goals and Tactics for Changemakers is an extensive work of non-fiction in the field of government, politics, and activism, penned by author Gayle Kimball. Written from a progressive and democratic perspective, this comprehensive guidebook promotes positive change through ten extensive chapters. The format allows...

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Red Scare in the Green Mountains

The McCarthy Era in Vermont 1946-1960
By Rick Winston

Red Scare in the Green Mountains: The McCarthy Era in Vermont 1946-1960 is a nonfiction historical work written by Rick Winston. Winston is a long-time resident of the Green Mountain state who, while volunteering to do research for a 1988 conference on the McCarthy Era,...

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Redlined

A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago
By Linda Gartz

Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago by Linda Gartz was inspired by the true events of Chicago around the time of the Civil Rights Movement and by family memorabilia she stumbled upon after the deaths of her parents. Redlined...

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