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by Candace ParkerMy Vote Counts (September 2020, $13.60) is a picture book that explores the voting process, demystifies perceived barriers to participation and emphasizes the importance of democracy for young readers ages 6-8. Ms. Littlefield’s students are learning about voting! After hearing they can’t vote in the presidential election themselves, the students go home and ask their parents if they plan to. The next day, Ms. Littlefield is shocked to hear from the students that many parents aren’t planning ... more
by Sandu CampanDo we exist ? Do we think ? Are we alone ? Are we real ? Are we simulated ? Do we create ? Do we wonder ? There are many questions disturbing many people, making them looking for bad, good or wise answers. The more questions we have, the more the world progresses. It’s a book that strives to answer questions each of us thinks about, and to which we try to answer. And if we can't, we're looking for these answers. Sometimes we find them in books. This is one of them, a book about existential cur... more
by Jennifer J. Merz
Frances Perkins gasped in disbelief when she visited a factory and saw the horrific conditions that workers endured. Moved by the injustice, she felt compelled to help, setting her on a path of social work.
But, when Frances witnessed the terrifying Triangle Factory fire in 1911 in New York City, her desire to assist the American worker transformed into a lifelong mission. Determined to fix the problems that led to the tragedy, Frances worked to change a catastrophically broken system a... more
by John Gonzalez and Young LeeThrough the power of observation, extensive research, and careful analysis, the authors identify the conditions, behavioral patterns, and cultural values that helped propel South Korea from the ashes after the end of the Korean War to the international stage as the 4th largest economy in Asia and 12th in the world. South Korea is also one of the most technologically advanced countries. The technology being exported can compete against all comers. In addition to technology, the country is now suc... more
by Daniel PulsawatThe First Casualty is the previously untold true story of how during the start of 2020, truth had never before come so close to extinction. With a media complicit in the lies perpetrated on the public by an old, entrenched hierarchy of inept governments at the helm of the richest nations in the developed world, the desperate and constant attempts to conceal and cover-up each stream of mistakes resulted in pandemonium by the middle of the year. This book details the players, the histories, and... more
by David VaughtWhat Happens? When the Values of Duty, Honor, Country clash at West Point with the religious teachings of the Liberty Baptist Church in Burnt Prairie . . . Join us on this journey in the Vietnam War era when the author was confronted by Colonel Al Haig, soon to join President Nixon?s White House and later to serve as President Reagan?s Secretary of State, . . . And Admiral Moorer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in a federal courtroom. . . Waging a vigorous official defense of compulsory... more
by Dr. Michael B. HarringtonMost voters during the 2016 presidential election were largely unaware of Trump's forty-year history as a skilled con man but an incompetent failure otherwise. In anticipation of the 2020 election, this book describes Trump's public life from his mob connections in the early 1980s through his first two stumbling years in the White House. It documents Trump's inescapable history of ignorance, self-absorption, poor judgment, corruption, impulsive decision-making, bigotry, and strong authoritarian ... more
by Paul LaxtonThe book is written from the perspective of a participant observer. It is not strictly an autobiography or a history, although it has elements of both, as it would fail without them. It is intended for both the general reader and criminal justice professionals. My intention is that the book is educational, showing the prison system over three decades in the context of social, political and organisational change, in particular the impact of the decline of deference, the growth of public manageria... more
by Michael KarathThis book examines the baser elements of capitalism that overwhelm and undermine democracy and concludes that a constitutional amendment restoring campaign spending limits - that Congress passed in 1974, and the Supreme Court banned in 1976 - is the only reform that can truly “get money out of politics.”
by James Steele and Donald Barlett
The downward spiral of America’s middle class is no accident: This book explains in vivid detail how Washington and Wall Street have made decisions that enrich the wealthy at the expense of everyone else. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele document the specific acts of Congresses and presidents that have caused soaring economic inequality and enable corporations to pay low wages, owe no taxes and raid the retirement plans of their employees. This book... more
by Doaa TolisThis book offers insightful reading to an important written document of Solomon that has remained neglected until today. It highlights a myriad of golden opportunities to build a lasting peaceful world. It examines the path to existence, links faith back to science, recollects Solomon's purpose, and retells the story of Humankind.
by Doaa TolisThis book offers insightful reading to an important written document of Solâmon that has remained neglected until today. It highlights a myriad of golden opportunities to build a lasting peaceful world. It examines the path to existence, links faith back to science, recollects Solâmon's purpose, and retells the story of Humankind.
by Bruce J. BergerThis is a compilation of 224 letters actually sent to the White House, beginning in January 2017, and never answered, likely never read. But they are available for the public to read as an indictment of the current officeholder.
by Christopher HallThe reader becomes acquainted with the idea they are participators in a political economy they do not have control over, and that their lives are not unlike farm animals. Reality Creators are the very few who own and manage the corporate-government complex and use it for the express purpose to build their wealth in the same manner a farmer uses a farm. Each chapter describes in detail what is going on, why it is a problem, and how it gets worse. The reader becomes aware that the fairytale ... more
by Iveta ChernevaBook Review “If you have trouble making sense of the tumultuous year called 2019, this book by Iveta Cherneva should help. This is a bold narrative that will draw sure reactions, both good and bad, depending on the reader’s allegiance. She cuts to the quick on international relationships, political behavior, and the events that shaped history before the turn of the decade to 2020. She highlights all the turmoil, raw ambition, unkind insults, and political maneuvering around the globe. Cherne... more
by Elijah MAre you tired of politics? Are you tired of the constant left and right, with one or the other forced on you? Are you tired of an ever-growing government? imposing increasingly strict and opinionated laws, raising taxes, and making decisions for you? Are you tired of navigating through complex political beliefs, identity politics, and political faux pas? Do you just want the room to be you? To express yourself, think for yourself, work with others and pursue your goals, without being... more