The Supremacist Syndrome

How Domination Underpins Slavery, Genocide, the Exploitation of Women, and the Maltreatment of Animals
By Peter Marsh

The Supremacist Syndrome by Peter Marsh presents Heinrich Himmler as a poster example for the subtitle topic: How Domination Underpins Slavery, Genocide, the Exploitation of Women, and the Maltreatment of Animals. As the author notes, this book discusses three types of supremacism: white supremacism, male...

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Sand and Steel

A Memoir of Longing and Finding Home
By Dorit Sasson

Sand and Steel: A Memoir of Longing and Finding Home by Dorit Sasson provides a window into the mind of a migrant that straddles two homes, mindsets, and cultures. “In Israel, one needs to adjust one’s expectations constantly and adapt to new situations. You have...

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"Meeting" Anne Frank

An Anthology
By Tim Whittome

When I was first introduced to Anne Frank, I was about the same age as she was when she first entered the annex to stay hidden with her family from the Nazis. The timing was perfect for me to feel the full impact of what...

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What Became of the Crow?

The Inside Story of the Greatest Gold Discovery in History
By Robert Moriarty

“How can you have a gold rush without a Mark Twain or Bret Harte or Jack London?” What Became of the Crow? is Robert Moriarty’s engaging inside story of a modern-day gold rush. This saga is worth telling and reading and could well become the...

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Women: Down Through the Ages

How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives
By Jerry Schaefer

I was truly unsure about Women: Down Through the Ages, How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives by Jerry Schaefer. A book about women and their plights written by a man? Surely this is going to be a disaster. I am ecstatic to say that I...

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Born Missionary

The Islay Walden Story
By Margo Lee Williams

It is always a wonderful experience to discover (or rediscover) the life of a man who has dedicated himself to important things. We can be sure to find a compelling story while reading a biography like this. Margo Lee Williams' Born Missionary: The Islay Walden...

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Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves

With Current Political and Environmental Examples, and Historical Case Studies in Witch-hunting, the Medieval Church Impeding Science, and the Rejection of Geologic Time & Evolution (the Original and Definitive Account)
By Jeffrey Wynter Koon

Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves by Jeffrey Wynter Koon is a non-fiction work of primarily expository writing in a persuasive format. Koon's theory on why civilizations derail into frenzied, insane reasoning when absolutely no reason for these beliefs exist is...

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Selectively Lawless

The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original
By Asa Dunnington

In the early twentieth century, a man uses ingenuity and his ability to skirt the law to forge the life he desires in the historical novel Selectively Lawless: The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original by Asa Dunnington. Growing up in Texas and...

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What They Didn't Burn

Uncovering My Father's Holocaust Secrets
By Mel Laytner

What They Didn’t Burn: Uncovering My Father’s Holocaust Secrets by Mel Laytner is the non-fiction memoir of the author in which he documents a paper trail that leads to a search spanning the globe. Laytner is a journalist, which proves helpful in both the investigation...

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Walk With Me, My Son

You and I Have Some Stories to Tell
By Richard Asmet Awid

Walk With Me, My Son: You and I Have Some Stories to Tell by Richard Asmet Awid is a look into the Lebanese migration to North America more than a century ago from a personal perspective. The author's father, Ehmid Alley Awid Amerey, was 19...

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