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Political & Social Sciences

  • Mending the Flag, Healing the World

    by Andy Bilik
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  • Socialism Revealed: Why Socialism's Issues Have Never Permitted Success in a Real Economy

    by Phillip J. Bryson
    Socialism Revealed summarizes he history of socialist thought and socialist economic theories. It also reviews the attempts to develop socialist economies in the Soviet Union and the bloc countries, China, India, and in West European democratic countries. Finally, it reviews the economic implications of policies under discussion by democrats and socialist activists in today’s politics. Previously, Professor Bryson combined a detailed three-volume treatise into a single, encyclopedic, comprehens... more
  • Usurpers: How voters stopped the GOP takeover of North Carolina's courts

    by Billy Corriher
    Republican legislators across the U.S. are taking aim at state courts: gerrymandering judges, partisan elections, and court packing. It's a page from the North Carolina legislature's playbook. But in North Carolina, voters protected the courts that stopped voter suppression. They thwarted the GOP’s worst power grabs from 2016 to 2018, even though Republicans had complete control over the legislative process. The story begins when the GOP took over the state legislature in 2010 and gerrymander... more
  • Human Rising

    by Roar Alexander Mikalsen
    Human Rising exposes how power politics and unconsciousness maintains a regime of drug prohibition. Written as a defence against arbitrary persecution, it explores the link between drug barons and governments, and shows why the drug laws violate basic human rights protections.
  • Saaya Unveiled: South Asian Mental Health Spotlighted

    by Mrinal Gokhale
    Saaya Unveiled: South Asian Mental Health Spotlighted shares the true stories of second-generation Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi immigrants who navigate mental health in the West- the U.S. U.K., and Canada. Each featured interviewee discusses how destigmatizing mental health became their fight, and how they're bridging the gap of access, education, and acceptance between generations. From topics like identity, culture, socialization, academia, love, loss, and trauma, each unique story unvei... more
  • East West - Sword and Word

    by Anwar A. Abdullah
    At dawn of this brave century: overshadowed either by the mirage of Last Man or Last armada of Microbes, the heart of humanity is being ripped apart by the rising complexion of Modernism. While Religionism is tearing throughout the heart of modernity and money-life; Mammonism, is plotting against our humanity, everything is hinting at the heralded times to come. Wonder! at shuddering blow of utopian Mammonism, where are we going? Further, whether of reorganization of “Tender Nature”, of reprogra... more
  • Family in a Time of Covid-19: The Truth About Coronavirus, How to Protect Yourself and Prepare

    by E. Hughes
    This is a no frills apolitical nonfiction book about the tragic consequences of a dangerous virus unleashed on an unprepared public & the paranoia that takes hold of a family trying to keep from getting infected. - A true story. The book, published in April 2020, also accurately predicted what U.S. government would not admit at that the time, which is that the virus is airborne. This book offers many other facts as to why the virus is so incredibly dangerous and how the public can and should pro... more
  • The Evil Within Us: Evolution of Social Systems & the Ideal State

    by Tayyib A Tayyib

    In our world of nuclear weapons, global warming and an uncertain future for mankind, the US, among others, has developed economic and military conflicts with China, Russia, Iran, Venezuela, Libya, Syria and Palestine. In this atmosphere, we tend to forget what unites us. What is the "Goodness" that has created large communities living together in peace and relative harmony? How has the "Evil" of violence and exploitation been progressively suppressed over our long evolutionary history? In thi... more


    by Jeanne Jones
    Candid, compelling, and ultimately revelatory, Mixed is a heartfelt, necessary, and timely exploration into the heart and soul of what it means to be and live as mixed, blended, and biracial in America.
  • Unchecked Capitalism is Killing Us!

    by Earl B. Rynerson
    The purpose of the book is to educate the reader about the extent of corruption, greed, and lobbying activities that occur in Washington between our elected officials and major corporations, their lobbyists, the wealthy and special interests. These activities started gradually in the 1980's when businesses learned they could get their way by "spreading money" around in Washington. It has grown to such an extent over these last 40 years that our nation is no longer a democracy; it is governed by ... more
  • On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation

    by Carl E. Moyler
    This book is dedicated to all those heroes and heroines who have seen and will see life as a daring adventure to be given in the name of service to humanity, to justice and to freedom.
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    by Maria Taylor
    What happened to the globally-beloved kangaroo, koala and other Australian indigenous animals under the beliefs and traditions of colonialism? How did their fate during 200 years of nation building become a fugitive drama of dispossession and disrespect – and what is today’s little-known and blood-stained legacy in a world rapidly losing its biodiversity? Documentary journalist Maria Taylor, author of Global warming and climate change: what Australia knew and buried, unveils a cultural history... more
  • The Liberal Record

    by Marcelo Brazzi
    A brilliant book, very highly recommended. —Grady Harp, Hall of Fame Top 100 reviewers. This book is essential reading. —John Kelly, Detroit Free Press A powerful read. I devoured this book. It was hard for me to put it down. Extensively researched. —HUGEOrange Publication Review A must-read for everyone. A highly interesting and informative book. 5 Stars. —Maria Beltran, Reader's Favorite Review Over the past few decades the country has become highly divided politically. In the ... more

    by Bar-Giora Goldberg
    Humanity is on a path of rising cognition. The tedious Darwinian process has given way to a fast and directed cognitive evolution, driving our politics, economy, technology, sciences and arts. Consequently, the world becomes increasingly our idea. Our sciences, arts, politics and other means of expression steadily become more abstract, more complex. One hopes for deeper understanding, increased humanity and better use of our natural resources and treatment of mother earth. Technology is gi... more
  • A Modern Perspective

    by Cam McCutchen
    Written with one of the most direct, but humorous tones, A Modern Perspective provides a clear opinion and evaluation of modern taboo topics. Influenced by the life experience of a normal man, this book demonstrates how to use basic logic to understand the complexities housed within the modern world. Readers looking for inspiration and direction can draw from the fundamental thoughts and lessons within this book.