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Reviews of Books with 576 Pages

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The Pot Book

by Richard Skaff

Since the Drug Enforcement Administration was founded in 1973, millions of Americans have been arrested for marijuana offenses, contributing to the country’s bulging prisons. And, while the costs of the government’s war on marijuana... Read More

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Sundown Towns

If slavery is white America’s greatest crime committed against Black America, then “sundown towns” might be its best-kept dirty secret. Sundown towns are racist communities that prevented African Americans—by illegal regulations,... Read More

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The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion

“I think; therefore, I am,” say neuroscientists. In other words, our brain function determines who we are and what we do. Authors Michael A. Jawer and Dr. Marc Micozzi challenge this belief in The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion. They... Read More

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A Secret of the Universe

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Lifelong friends Ian and Bill begin down the path of Midwestern middle class marriage, family, jobs, and neighborhoods. Then, tragic events push Bill deep into the comfort zone of his family and Christian fundamentalism, while Ian takes... Read More

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Border of a Dream

by Naomi Millán

One can only approach Antonio Machado’s poetry with a reverential and grateful heart. One of the foremost poets of Spain, of the genius Generation of ’98, his poems bring a spare and accurate voice that pierces through to the... Read More

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Selected Letters of John Keats

Some of John Keats’s letters are nearly as well known, at least among scholars and professors, as his “Ode on a Grecian Urn.” Ideas like “negative capability” (“when man is capable of being in uncertainties, Mysteries,... Read More

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American Tragedy

“The greatest foreign policy miscalculation” is what the author, a professor at the Naval War College, calls the Vietnam War. Although hardly a startling observation, few, if any, historians have surpassed Kaiser’s meticulous... Read More