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Let the People See

by Mya Alexice

"Let the People See" is an engaging, comprehensive account of Emmett Till’s murder and its aftermath. In 1955, fourteen-year-old Emmett Till supposedly flirted with a white woman in Mississippi, and he paid the ultimate price for the... Read More

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Dial In

by Philip J. Kowalski

Situating Soka Buddhism within world history, this book defines a curious and esoteric religious sect. J. M. Walsh’s "Dial In" employs the metaphor of a radio dial in its discussion of Soka Buddhism, arguing that one must tune in very... Read More

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The Bad Sixties

by Kristine Morris

Kristen Hoerl’s "The Bad Sixties" examines Hollywood’s take on 1960s America. It reveals that the entertainment industry, which could have been a potent force for progress, dropped the ball by avoiding serious engagement with the... Read More

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The Contest

by Kristine Morris

In a very real sense, the presidential election of 1968 was a battle for America’s soul. Taking place against the backdrop of a protracted and unpopular war overseas and assassinations, student protests, race riots, and cities in... Read More

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