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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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Chasing Denali

by Kristine Morris

Is the legend of the four neophyte climbers who, all in one day, summited Denali unharnessed and unroped, inadequately dressed, using primitive equipment and lugging a fourteen-foot-tall, twenty-five-pound tree trunk up treacherous... Read More

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Justice in Plain Sight

by Jeff Fleischer

With the importance of a free press and the rule of law rightly in the national conversation, Dan Bernstein’s "Justice in Plain Sight" is a timely release, detailing a California paper’s Supreme Court battles over the press and... Read More

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The Banker and the Blackfoot

by Karl Helicher

The seemingly improbable friendship between Jack Cowdry, author J. Edward Chamberlin’s grandfather and a white rancher and banker, and Crop Eared Wolf, a warrior and Blackfoot chief, is recalled in the warm historical account, "The... Read More

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