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Why Debate

by Joe Taylor

This collection of essays belong in the hands of all those looking to persuade a thinking public. Shawn Briscoe’s collection of essays "Why Debate" is a compelling argument for the inclusion of debate and forensics programs in American... Read More

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The Great American Songbook

by Joe Taylor

A small triumph, a growing awareness, a pleasant irony: these stories draw forth satisfaction. The nine stories in Sam Allingham’s Great American Songbook are a brilliant array of forms, character and relationship types, prose styles,... Read More

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Abe Lincoln On Acid

by Joe Taylor

Honest Abe has been revived and sent on a psychedelic trip in this entertaining work of alternate history. After a long coma curtailed Lincoln’s stint with the Dillinger gang in Abe Lincoln: Public Enemy No. 1, Brian Anthony and Bill... Read More

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Reaching beyond Faith

by Joe Taylor

This is a necessary exegetical resource for those who wish to understand the Koran in a pluralistic context. In his refreshing and insightful Reaching Beyond Faith, Ibn Farabi treads the waters between blind faith in and a deep... Read More

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Then I Came Home

by Joe Taylor

A Vietnam veteran tells the hard story of how he turned fear into gratitude and anger into the motivation to help himself and others. Sam Gaylord’s memoir, "Then I Came Home", is a story of hard luck and redemption. Gaylord reflects on... Read More

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Twelve American Wars

by Joe Taylor

One by one, Windchy harshly evaluates all the US wars and the personalities that shaped them. “Rough tough, we’re the stuff. We want to fight and we can’t get enough. Whoopee!” The war cry of Lt. Col. Theodore Roosevelt’s Rough... Read More

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