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Constitutional Law

Legend or Lies
By James Tonty

Constitutional Law: Legend or Lies by author James Tonty is filled with historical documentation pertaining to the constitutional laws of our country and how some of those segments revolve around God or Christianity. The voice is clear and concise, and comes across very intelligently. The...

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"Wisdom on How to Live Life" Quotations

Quotes for Creating a Better World
By Dr. Tommy S. W. Wong

In “Wisdom on How to Live Life” Quotations: Quotes for Creating a Better World by Dr. Tommy S.W. Wong, each quote provided within the book packs a lot of punch into a little amount of space. These are similar to the quotes that we...

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Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives

Refugee Life Stories
By Daina Jurika-Owen

Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories by Daina Jurika-Owen is a powerful book that explores a socio-political phenomenon — the refugee problem. In this spellbinding, eye-opening book, the author shares the lives of refugees who, after numerous tribulations and gruesome experiences, arrive in the...

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A Purgatory of Misery

How Victorian Liberals Turned a Crisis into a Disaster
By Frank Parker and Patrick Lillis

A Purgatory of Misery: How Victorian Liberals Turned a Crisis into a Disaster by Frank Parker and Patrick Lillis has a comprehensive introduction that places the arrival of William the Conqueror in Britain in 1066, continues through the government of Oliver Cromwell to the restoration...

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The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1

A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965
By April Lavette Jones

The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1: A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by April Lavette Jones is the biography of a powerful man who spearheaded the civil rights movement in...

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Connecting the Dots to the Caliphate

A Primer for the Thinking Person
By Husein Taherbhai writing as Shanbreen

Connecting the Dots to the Caliphate: A Primer for the Thinking Person by Shanbreen is an excellent book on the current state of affairs regarding terrorism in the world and its links with Islamic extremist groups. Clearly a lot of research and thought has gone...

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IMMUNITY

Entitlement of Wealthy Political Notables
By Donna S LeClair

In Immunity: Entitlement of Wealthy Political Notables by Donna S LeClair, Emma Baker moved to Beverly Hills, California, and was able to get a job in the Gram household, with David and Pauline - American media mogul, entrepreneur, philanthropist, heir, and film producer on the...

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Compassionate Capitalism

The Intersection of Economic Growth and Social Justice
By Gerard Hasenhuettl

Compassionate Capitalism: The Intersection of Economic Growth and Social Justice by Gerard L. Hasenhuettl is a great book. It is an idea that society needs, but seems to always to be ignored because one of the ways capitalism is defined is greed; and greed is...

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Acanemia

A Memoir of Life in the Halls of the Higher Learning
By Lawrence E Hussman

Acanemia: A Memoir of Life in the Halls of the Higher Learning by Lawrence E. Hussman is an interesting memoir that gives insight into the author’s formative intellectual experiences and moves toward his role as a professor and literary critic, English department leader, Fulbright scholar,...

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The Paradox of our National Security Complex

How secrecy and security diminish our liberty and threaten our democratic republic
By Richard Otto

Many of us suspect that we are living in a national security state that threatens the very foundations of our democratic republic. The Paradox of our National Security Complex, by Richard Otto, illuminates what many well-known and respected people have warned us about. Otto has...

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