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We Are the Land

by Susan Waggoner

"We Are the Land" is a unique and evocative Irish travelogue. In her travel memoir "We Are the Land", Leslie Lee ventures to the country of her ancestors: Ireland. Deciding it was time to see where her family came from and eager to share... Read More

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France in the World

by Matt Sutherland

Undeniably, America had a banner run in the twentieth century. No country came anywhere close to achieving such power and prosperity for those one hundred years. You killed it, US of A! But should we venture back to the centuries... Read More

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The Hidden Places of World War II

by Melissa Wuske

Jerome M. O’Connor’s "The Hidden Places of World War II" offers rare views of the most critical moments of the twentieth century. Though much has been written about World War II, this book shows that there’s more to the story that... Read More

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The Silk Roads

by Matt Sutherland

To be ten in America is to be mystified—the world is so complicated, tension-filled, callous, and distressing that the allure of a virtual life on a screen is nearly impossible to resist. What can we do for that child? What tools can... Read More

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Emergency Chronicles

by Joe Taylor

Gyan Prakash’s "Emergency Chronicles" fills the gaps and dispels the myths concerning a two-year period in the mid-1970s when Indira Gandhi declared emergency powers and unleashed state terror on India. During India’s... Read More

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