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  • How to Write a Well-Rounded Review

    by billy roberts

    How to Write a Well-Rounded Review

    Writing reviews is an excellent way to convey your opinion and express your opinions about a particular book, film, or other work. Although a review is an important evidence-based resource, it also demands careful consideration. When determining which research studies to include in your review, make sure that the study population is heterogeneous. Aside from citing concrete evidence, you should avoid relying solely on a single study. To ensure that you... more

  • Democracy Under Siege: It Could Never Happen In America

    by Mark Sobel
    In this critical study of the present threat to American Democracy from the legacy of the Trump Presidency and the violent insurrection at America's Capitol on January 6, 2021, filmmaker Mark Sobel takes us on a journey that spans the ongoing influence of Trumpism in America, and considers possible steps to assure the survival of democracy in the United States. This collection of author essays calls out the former President's unrelenting lies and racist speeches, looking at how they influence... more
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  • Daddy Why Am I Brown?: A healthy conversation about skin color and family.

    by Bedford Palmer
    Joy lives in a diverse world and comes from a multicultural family. It is only natural for her to have some questions. Join Joy as she learns how to describe skin color, and about how her skin color can tell her about where her family is from, but not really about who they are. “Daddy Why Am I Brown?” is meant to be a starter conversation on how kids can learn to talk about skin color in a way that is kind, thoughtful, and healthy. And in the process, they learn a little bit about how to underst... more
  • The Caravaggio Code, or the study of culture and politics

    by Alessandro Olsaretti
    In October 1969 the painting Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence by seventeenth century master Caravaggio disappeared from a church in Sicily. It has never been recovered. As late as 2015 there were reports by mafia hands alleging that the mafia was involved in the theft and that some of the highest exponents of the Corleonesi mafia sindicate were displaying it or trying to sell it and cut it up in pieces. This book suggests that linguistics, poetics, and semiotics, all concerned with the... more
  • Strong Connections

    by Rosa Wang
    Rosa Wang’s remarkable book takes readers to the last frontier of the mobile/digital revolution. While much has been written about breakthrough technologies and early adopters who live where roads are good and smart phones are affordable, this book explores the largely undocumented journey of how digital technologies are entering the lives of those in extreme poverty—people, often women, often illiterate—who live without electricity or running water. With powerful stories, Wang brings you to ... more
  • Policing Bodies: Law, Sex Work, and Desire in Johannesburg

    by India Thusi
    “Policing Bodies: Law, Sex Work, and Desire in Johannesburg” by I. India Thusi is set to be released worldwide on December 21, 2021. This transformative work examines relationships between police and sex workers in Johannesburg, South Africa, where legal ambiguity has led to inconsistent action and attitudes among law enforcement, leaving room for violence and stigma despite increased focus on human rights and social welfare. With Johannesburg as the backdrop, Thusi addresses broad issues of... more
  • The War in Southern Africa: An Analysis of South Africa's Total National Strategy (1948 - 1994)

    by Miguel Junior
    This book on the national strategy of Angola targets several objectives. First, to attest that the newly independent Angolan state also formulated a national strategy in the light of its political and philosophical vision. The Angolan state, during the period under consideration, had its own structured vision, which prevented it from going adrift and playing second fiddle within the context of political and military confrontation in Southern Africa. Second, to demonstrate that the Angolan state ... more
  • The Finger of God

    by Jesse Jackson Jr
    Let me offer an early disclaimer. I know exactly who the Founders were. I know exactly the crimes against humanity that they were responsible for and those they inherited and were not responsible for. I do not spend time extolling the virtues of Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Adams, Mr. Franklin, and Mr. Madison. Nothing in this work or in my experiment (my life’s work) can change the fact or alter the history of the debasement of humanity that preceded the Declaration of Independence (1776), the Constituti... more
  • Civil Strife United States Affairs

    by Steven Swazo
    Given our basic welfare life subsistence- rent, food, transportation, and a little surplus income for a can of beer, social life is bearable. But without any definite direction and creative occupational pursuit with the possibility of it turning into a profitable economic enterprise for the marginal income and poor individual, social life is perpetual hell. This was something I personally experienced in 1989 when I was 38 years old. It was the ultimate depression of my entire adult life. Acc... more
  • Domestic Violence: The 12 Things You Aren't Supposed to Know

    by Tom James
    In this groundbreaking book, Cokato attorney Thomas B. James examines the many falsehoods, myths and legends that exist in the field of domestic violence. Extensively and meticulously researched and annotated, with index and bibliography.
  • Year of American Discontent: Essays on Crises of Division, Disinformation and Dysfunction

    by Kris Murthy
    Ever wonder what is holding America back from addressing its big challenges? Despite America's superiority in science, technology, and established democratic institutions, the country seems unable to tackle major challenges of today. In 2020, a combination of racial incidents, a deadly virus, aftermath of a contested election, and a biased press brought America to a critical crisis point. Author Kris Murthy has consolidated his blog articles (www.murthysmusings.com) on these subjects to help ... more
  • Get Bail, Leave Jail: America’s Guide to Hiring a Bondsman, Navigating Bail Bonds, and Getting out of Custody before Trial

    by S.J. Plotkin
    When you or someone you care about is incarcerated, your priority is to secure a safe release as soon as possible. This can be overwhelming. You may feel rushed and might make bad decisions based on incomplete or inaccurate information—decisions that carry serious long-term consequences. Get Bail, Leave Jail helps Americans safely navigate legal accusations, arrests, bail bondsmen, and the most complicated court procedures. Its guidance stems from more than 60 years of family experience in ba... more
  • One Thing I Know: the Mystery of the 2020 General election

    by Paul Bowering
    Children's books... for adults. Serious topics in a classic picture book style. What happened!? How did we get here? These questions have plagued the minds of millions across the American political landscape. The stakes are high and the divide has never been so great. Keeping abreast of daily developments can be draining. Time to step back and allow for some whimsy while still feeding your inner political junkie. One Thing I Know: The Mystery of the 2020 General Election is a book f... more
  • Saving Our Democracy

    by Lincoln Anniballi
    In 18 year old political writer Lincoln Anniballi's first book, read about the problems, history, and solutions surrounding money in politics, election security, voting rights, congressional leadership, the president, primaries, gerrymandering, division, the Supreme Court, the media, & more.
  • Hunting, Fishing, & Pick-Up Trucks

    by Xolani Kacela

    How Not To Be Bored
    You’re retired or getting ready to retire and don’t know what to do next. Maybe you’re retired and bored. You’re constantly wondering how not to be bored for the rest of your life. This is the book for you!

    Hunting, Fishing, and Pick-Up Trucks” is the story that will inspire you to get busy living. Read how my wife and I learned something new together every year. That’s the origin of this book. The... more

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