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Book: The Wished-For Country - Stories of American Courage by Rebecca Del Giudice
A Senator stands alone against the march to war. A man risks his life to expose the Ku Klux Klan. A slave escapes to freedom - and takes a Confederate warship with him. These stories and many more like them are the focus of The Wished-For Country: Stories of American Courage. Author Rebecca Del Giudice has been researching and writing about American history for more than 20 years. During that [...]
 
Book: Importing Democracy - The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, & Argentina by Julie Fisher
While street protesters demanding democratic reforms make headlines in the international news, Importing Democracy: The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, and Argentina, written by Julie Fisher and published by the Kettering Foundation Press, focuses on a quieter movement led by democratization NGOs. In South Africa, the Good Governance Learning Network shares participatory tools to make [...]
 
Book: Uncivil Rights - A Guide to Workers' Rights by Frederick T. Golder
Uncivil Rights is the book you need to understand and protect your rights at work and in court. Uncivil Rights describes in detail the laws that affect workers and provides strategies to use to avoid being one of the millions of American workers who will lose their jobs. With unemployment reaching record levels and a severe economic recession not seen since the Great Depression, this is the book [...]
 
Book: (Peace) Words by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly expanded edition. This is the most autobiographical book I have written thus far. It is a "portrait of the artist as a young vandal" complete with confessions of illegal international activities. Updated with important, early blog entries on poets and poetry. It is also a moving story of finding one's artistic self in the world despite current trends and styles. The backdrop of the [...]
 
Book: Salome the beautiful Princess - A dedication to the US Armed Forces by Samson Josephat Manyala
Salome The Beautiful Princess is a dedication to the US-Armed Forces. The book talks about love in its various living categories. Love of man-to-man, love of man to nature and the love of God to all. It is true that every man is in need of supplies of love. This in many cases becomes difficult if the receiving aspirant of love is never a donor as well. Love is brittle in nature. This true [...]
 
Book: America’s New Breed of Freedom Fighters - With Liberty and Justice for All by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
This book offers a new point of view, a new approach to defeating and neutralizing Trump's extremist, hate-based agenda. As a nation, we need healing, and we need it now. "America's New Breed of Freedom Fighters" responds to the question posed by 66 million progressive thinkers who are asking: "What do we do now?" We'll use the laws of the mind to attract success for the causes dear to the hearts [...]
 
Book: What Were They THINKING? - Inside the Minds of Trump’s Voters (Liberty and Justice Book 2) by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
They said it couldn't be done, but Evelyn Brooks did it: using the Vulcan Mind Meld, she accessed the minds of 60-odd million Trump voters to find out what they were thinking on Election Day, and reveals the survey results in this deliciously funny book of essays, a SNL-style skit "Trump vs Trump: The Looking Glass," an exit poll survey, a look into the Magical Thinking of "Rump Voters," quotes [...]
 
Book: The Camel and the Scorpion by C.C. Rising
"A nerve-racking, vibrantly dramatic tale . . ." -- Kirkus Reviews Two women. Friendship. Courage. Betrayal. Nothing has prepared shy young college professor, Caroline Cavanaugh, for the international storm she is about to enter when she learns that her fiery student, Lydia, has been arrested. In Israel. For espionage. Lydia's grandmother begs Caroline to rescue her granddaughter. Caroline risks [...]
 
Book: The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's "Inner Contradiction" by Henry Mark Holzer
"The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's 'Inner Contradiction'" has been written for two reasons. First, to provide patriotic Americans with an overview of the Constitution's most important provisions as interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United States. At the same time, I want to demonstrate something unknown to virtually all Americans: that foundational to every political, social, [...]
 
Book: Trail Blazers - Special 10th Anniversary Edition by Joseph Thompson
Trail Blazers is the story of Miles Kendricks, a successful, unconventional African-American star-ship captain living in the 25th century. He has a very good life to date, his own star-ship that allows him to travel and trade throughout the galaxy, his youth and health and the stars themselves that represent infinite possibilities. Miles is also on the verge of a great scientific breakthrough, [...]
 
Book: The Helpers - Volume I by Suzanna E. Nelson
Editors Choice Award Winner - American journalist, Jenny Osborne, will not let fear stop her from getting a story. She is determined to report on the war between the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the rebels that is causing political and social turbulence within the country. But after she and her photojournalist, John Spencer, arrive in Kinshasa, they soon discover that [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - A Political, Historical, Sociological Perspective (Book 2) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
This is not for people who avoid the truth, and rely on disinformation. It's not for people who have to have happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. This is telling it like it is and like it was. It's for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth, for better or worse, about political, historical, and sociological America. So it is controversial. In the 21st century in America [...]
 
Book: WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM by Alfred James Phillips
Could a white family living in the South in the 1940s honor their Negro friends' last request by adopting their son after the child's parents are killed in a fiery automobile accident? And was this the child that was promised to Eunice Miller or was her out-of-body experience not really a visit to heaven after all, but only a dream? Experience the drama, suspense and humor of this wondrous and [...]
 
Book: An Act of Self-Defense by Erne Lewis
What if Congress were controlled by corrupt politicians who used their offices to enrich themselves and their cronies? What if they could not be voted out of office because they control the election process? What if there was only one way to remove them from office? For more than 8 amazing months Amazon Reader Reviews ranked this incredible novel the #1 political thriller. Critics and readers [...]
 
Book: Singing in the Darkness - Face to Face With Choice by Vicky S Kaseorg
"If you hadn't been here, I would have aborted. Now I can't imagine I ever considered it. I thought I had no choice but to abort " This is the journal of one person's first year as a sidewalk counselor at the busiest abortion facility in Charlotte, North Carolina. As part of the pro-life ministry, Cities4Life, Vicky Kaseorg stands with a small group of men and women dedicated to speaking for the [...]
 
Book: Our Children Come First by Robert K. Pikula
Are you in a tumultuous relationship? Are you constantly arguing? What unselfish acts can you take to save your child? In this non-fiction memoir Robert K. Pikula takes you through the trials and tribulations you may experience in and out of divorce court. You'll be surprised when you know what really happens behind the scenes with lawyers, judges and child services. What Gift can you give your [...]
 
Book: Choices - Volume II of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
J.T. Lockman faces the challenge of a lifetime when he is appointed to enforce a teenager's fundamental privacy rights while also representing a man charged with murdering his gay lover. He must face his own prejudices about issues that divide public opinion as his cases progress through the judicial system and come to terms with choices that matter and choices that don't exist.
 
Book: Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art is a contemporary art history book that documents Kyra Belan's art. She is a post modern artist who is interested in equal rights for women, ecological issues, and animal rights. For over three decades Belan has been creating her social issues artworks. She proposes that women's mythologies, history, and philosophical values must assume a mainstream position [...]
 
Book: Technology versus Ecology - Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature by Robert A. Schultz
Although human beings are technically part of the ecosystem, there still remains a conceptual conflict between technology and nature. These concerns highlight the idea of human superiority in which the priority is given to technology versus living in synchronization with nature. Technology versus Ecology: Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature explores the issues revolving around [...]
 
Book: Know Where To Run - An American Odyssey by Lynn Petronella
NEW EDITION www.medalsformothers.com to honorworld's greatest achievement...birth (TM) VISIT US AT OUR NEW HOME! www.itsawomansworld.tvWith wit and candor, Lynn Petronella, former world class runner and l980 Olympic contender traces the roots of her history and her interest in running and gives us a true picture of the behind the scenes look at what it was really like to be a part of the [...]
 
Book: Project Human
Neurologist Doctor Barton is held captive by scientists, helping them to alter their DNA. But after a decade of experiments, he figures out that they are not going to let him go as promised. They are going to kill him. Not only are they now searching for him and his hiding will come to an end, but his own DNA has been compromised and he cannot leave in his mutated state. He needs a cure. A cure [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - For Better Or Worse (Book 1) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
Telling it like it is and like it was. Not for people who avoid the truth and rely on disinformation, who need happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. Instead, this book is for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth about America's past and present, for better or for worse. So it is controversial. Our American Democracy has changed in the 21st century.
 
Book: Creator II - Human Behavior Explored by Allen Pollens
Jeffrey Lerner Travels into the Past to Converse with People Who Changed the World. In the first Creator book, the Guardians of the Universes meet to discuss the unacceptable behavior of Earth's humans. Wars and other violence have to stop or the Guardians will eradicate the species. Creator forewarns actions in 2025 and 2035. Professor Thomas Scribner embarks on a 25-year mission to save [...]
 
Book: The Alien Effect by Cary Neeper
Raised on the Jovian moon Varok, the young woman Shawne longs to return to Earth and help her devastated home planet build a new civilization one that can thrive for millennia. When she and her "mini alien invasion" set up a school in California, they face unexpected lessons in love and humanity, unaware of the long-term consequences of their collision with life on Earth. The third novel in Cary [...]
 
Book: The Omega Paradox by Richard Kellier
Something new walks the face of the Earth. A scientific mystery on a collision course with occult and religious beliefs. Some believe he is a new phase in human evolution; others believe he is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ - a New Messiah. It all started as a mild preoccupation for geneticist Tim Leigh; then swiftly blossomed into a full blown obsession. Never a moment can go by without him [...]
 
Book: THE AUDACIOUS HUMAN - A companion for any honest seeker of (any) God or Truth by Sajith Buvi
I am not an expert on anything. I am not claiming any brilliance or any extraordinary talent. I am not claiming any religious expertise or scholastic knowledge on any of the great scriptures. I am not a theologian; I never wanted to be one. I do have a PhD in Biochemistry but that qualification has not helped me to explore the truth of life. I am a human being. I see life as life. I experience [...]
 
Book: The Impact of the Human Stress Response - The Biologic Origins of Human Stress by Mary Wingo, Ph.D.
"The Impact of the Human Stress Response: The biological origins and solutions to human stress" is a humanitarian work intended to educate the public world-wide about the true costs of preventable human stress. It is priced so that most people in most communities can access this information affordably. Millions of lives are lost and trillions of dollars are wasted every year because of our [...]
 
Book: Inside the Secret World of Angels by Alvin Avery
Inside the Secret World of Angels is Alvin Avery's fourth book about angels. It has 100, color illustrations. Avery explains how angels, fourth dimension beings, manifest, morph and move in the third-dimension world of people. Using a journalistic style, the author answers the basic who, what, when and where questions when describing manifestations. Interwoven in this 'manifestation story' are [...]
 
Book: Traitors from Inside Out - A race to save humanity by M.M. Justine
Traitors from Inside Out is the engrossing story of Martina, a young woman who is fated to save the world from utter destruction. It is a riveting tale filled with action, horror, suspense and deception in a pharmaceutical war that vividly captures the imagery in M. M. Justine's dark writing; by exploiting the pain and misery of 'inmate' patients, at the hands of a sinister, parasitic, syndicate [...]
 
Book: Angel in Disguise by Violeta Barrett
Violeta Barrett doesn't like cats. She has always told herself, "I am not a cat person." But one day not long after becoming a widow, she is taken by surprise by the scratching at her screen door. There, with a cute face and nicked-up ears, is a little guy who will become known simply as Cat. At first his clawing of the screen door annoys her. But soon, sitting on the porch together, she finds [...]
 
Book: The Twelfth Apostle by David Carter
"The Twelfth Apostle" is the new Inspector Walter Darriteau murder/mystery. It's set in the present day in the northwest of England. Walter receives a late night phone call from a long-ago superior from Scotland Yard. He needs a favour, and he needs it bad. The body of a young Oriental woman is unceremoniously dumped outside the city swimming baths at the dead of night. A young man with aging [...]
 
Book: Universe and us in 30 minutes - A romantic history (Knowledge & Inspiration in 30 minutes) by Anil Deshpande
Knowledge is one of the most effective self motivators. Our own story and that of our Universe is full of excitement, wonder & romance. A story which brings message of humility, harmony and happiness. One life is not adequate to know all about our world. This is a carefully synthesized account of story spanning 13.70 billion years. It takes only 30 minutes to read and know. How could one ever not [...]
 
Book: Human Empire (The Human Legion Book 4) by Tim C. Taylor & Ian Whates
You're human. Weak. Despised. There is only one way to earn respect: to fight and win a Human Empire. Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery. This is their descendants' story of the fight for humanity everywhere. 2569 A.D. Battered but not beaten, the Human Legion follows the trail set for them by the mysterious Night Hummers in their quest for allies and assets. But first [...]
 
Book: Flower of Heaven by Julien Ayotte
International Thriller Receives Four National Book Awards Read Flower of Heaven,honored at 2013 New York Book Festival Kirkus Indie Reviews recently released their rating on Flower of Heaven as an intriguing thriller that spans the globe. The romance and danger juxtaposed with universal twists and confused identities create an interesting read. It's a thriller that doesn't quit. From his serene [...]
 
Book: It's Easier to Dance by Annie Laurie Harris
It's Easier to Dance is the remarkable memoir from author Annie L. Harris, a woman born in the late 1940s with cerebral palsy. This extraordinary book is the first of its kind to provide a chronological view of the historical development of the civil rights movement through three different lenses: those of a woman, a minority, and someone living with a developmental disability. This insightful [...]
 
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