The Middle Class Comeback

Women, Millennials and Technology Leading the Way
By Munir Moon

The middle class makes up the biggest part of the American population. Unfortunately, it is also the most disgruntled group due to the adverse effects of poor government policies that have seen their income continue to decline while expenses continue to go up. Fundamental expenses...

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Living in Spin

How Media Gurus and PR Czars Open our Wallets and Scramble our Logic
By Neal Larson, Rebecca H. Adams

Living In Spin: How Media Gurus and PR Czars Open our Wallets and Scramble our Logic is a non-fiction sociology and history of marketing work written by Neal Larson with Rebecca H. Adams, M.D. The author introduces his topic with an analysis of his own...

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Let There Be Spring

Trump is Not the Future of Egypt
By Lofty Basta MD FRCP FACC

Let There Be Spring: Trump is Not the Future of Egypt by Dr. Lofty Basta is a compilation of essays and articles that provide critical insight into the "Arab Spring" revolution in Egypt. It contains the unique observations of a native Egyptian, now an American...

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The volatile fickle unpredictable undependable price of oil

The VFUU Price of Oil
By Michelle Spaul

The Volatile Fickle Unpredictable Undependable Price Of Oil: The VFUU Price of Oil by Michelle Spaul is a book about how much we depend on oil in our daily lives and how it affects us. Without being boring or too technical, this book talks about...

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Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams

The Age of Obama and Beyond
By Julius Bailey

Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams - The Age of Obama and Beyond by Julius Bailey is a gorgeously written, exceedingly intelligent, impeccably nuanced polemic against the current state of race relations in America. Dr. Bailey includes a bibliographical reference list by chapter that securely establishes...

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The Civil War Soldiers' Orphan Schools of Pennsylvania 1864-1889

An Untold Story
By Dr. O. David Gold

Meticulously researched and comprehensively annotated, this volume of neglected Americana history, The Civil War Soldiers’ Orphan Schools of Pennsylvania 1864-1899, heavily illustrated with fascinating photographs, drawings, and period documents, is particularly well-attended to by its author Dr. O. David Gold. In a somewhat disingenuous introduction...

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The Economics of Sovereignty

A Citizen's Guide To Saving America
By Nico Notarberardino

In an intriguing and interesting non-fiction book by author Nico Notarberardino, The Economics of Sovereignty: A Citizen's Guide To Saving America certainly goes a long way in convincing readers of the importance of returning America to her former glory. The author discusses the history of...

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Code Name: Papa

My Extraordinary Life while Hiding in Plain Sight
By John Murray, Sharon Murray, Abby Jones

Code Name: Papa - My Extraordinary Life While Hiding in Plain Sight by John Murray as told to Sharon Murray with Abby Jones is the extraordinary memoir of Papa, a man who was in Vietnam and who then joins a secret organization to help keep...

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The Last Days of Adam

The True Story of Adam Czerniakow: A Play
By Tim Dalgleish

The Last Days of Adam by Tim Dalgleish takes place during the Holocaust, and not only demonstrates the role of Adam Czerniakow as helping the Jewish population of Poland in his role as Chairman of the Judenrat, but effectively follows the terrible decline of Poland...

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Money & The Human Condition

Understanding how money shapes our society and how to gain control of our finances
By Douglas Obey

Money & The Human Condition by Douglas Obey is a book that simplifies the #1 question most people ask when first learning about economics and money as a whole: how does money work? With personal anecdotes and an outline of his own mistakes, Douglas Obey...

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