Dissociation in Late Modern America

A Defense Against Soul?
By Laura K. Kerr

Dissociation typically refers to a psychological defense that protects the psyche from emotionally overwhelming events. Childhood abuse, neglect, domestic violence, and substance abuse plague American society to the extent that they are the cause of some of the most adverse effects on the health of...

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Down from the Mountain

The Path of a Baby Boomer
By Brian Vickery

Down From The Mountain: The Path of a Baby Boomer by Brian Vickery is the memoir of a man who has seen it all when it comes to facing life and career challenges. Born without privilege in 1945 to banana growers Catherine May and Norman...

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Death and Deliverance in the Pacific

The Struggle of the Samurai Soul from the Japanese Invasion of Manchuria to the WW11 Battle for Angaur Island
By Kevin Timothy O'Kane

The war in the Pacific is usually associated with the attack on Pearl Harbour and the atomic bombs that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In writing Death and Deliverance in the Pacific, author Kevin Timothy O’Kane views the conflict from a wider perspective. The roots...

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Dancing with my Father

His hidden past. Her quest for truth. How Nazi Vienna shaped a family's identity. (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Jo Sorochinsky

With layers of intrigue and deep background of the Nazi 1930s on through WWII, Jo Sorochinsky reveals the poignant reality of her father’s hidden past and her own heritage in Dancing With My Father. The title evokes the delicate process that Jo focuses on to...

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Divided by History

Roots of Sudanese Conflict
By Peter Dixon

Conflict in the Sudan region seems perennial. Just when we think there is peace, some group decides to raise its head and cause concern. Many people thought that recognizing the country being divided into Sudan and South Sudan would solve the centuries-old issues. Wrong! In...

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Darling

Love Letters from WWII
By Peggy O'Toole Lamb

Darling: Love Letters from WWII by Peggy O’Toole Lamb is an unusual hybrid of fact-based fiction and first-person letters from the front during World War II. The soul of the story revolves around the letters sent from First Lieutenant Frank J Foster, a member of...

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Democracy

Is This How It Dies
By Jeff Hawkins

In his valuable work, Democracy: Is This How It Dies, Jeff Hawkins examines the meaning of democracy and analyzes the American past and present political cultures with regard to democracy. As Hawkins notes in the work, the election of Donald Trump as president of the...

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Dear Hubby of Mine

Home Front Wives in War II
By Diane Phelps Budden

When we think of World War II what most often comes to mind are vicious battles, concentration camps, bombs raining down from the sky, Pearl Harbor and the like. Rarely do we give more than a passing thought to the more mundane aspects of wartime...

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Daily Thoughts from Our Founders

And Events from the Revolutionary War
By Dwight Crisp

Daily Thoughts from Our Founders and Events from the Revolutionary War by Dwight Crisp is a book written in the spirit of daily devotionals, broken down into two sections per page, with each page designated to cover a single day of the year, including February...

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Dictionary of Torture

By Nigette M. Spikes

Did you ever wonder how many different ways there are to torture a human being? Then Dictionary of Torture by Nigette M. Spikes might just be the right book for you. Or maybe you need some inspiration? No, not for real torture! For creative writing,...

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