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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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The Civil Rights Revolution

by Kristine Morris

Many of today’s American political arguments hinge on interpretations of the Constitution, which has, throughout history, been formally amended to reflect the needs of changing times. Bruce Ackerman’s book focuses on the ways in... Read More

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1968

by Kristine Morris

Robert C. Cottrell and Blaine T. Browne’s book is a reminder that the year 1968 saw the United States on the brink of a revolution, one that was virtually apocalyptic in scope. Race riots led to torched American cities, and outrage and... Read More

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A Guide for Writing Teachers

by Kristine Morris

"A Guide for Writing Teachers" is a valuable resource for teachers hoping to guide their students with sensitivity. Eighty-seven percent of Americans lack basic writing skills, according to the 2012 National Assessment of Adult Literacy.... Read More

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Bending Time

by Kristine Morris

"Bending Time" presents ideas that are logical and convincing, familiar enough to be comfortable yet challenging and well-reasoned enough to be motivating. In "Bending Time", Patrick Paul Garlinger channels messages from a “Council of... Read More

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Rising

by Kristine Morris

Obsessed with the rate of sea-level rise, environmental writer Elizabeth Rush traveled extensively along the US coasts and as far afield as Bangladesh, interviewing concerned scientists and coastal dwellers directly affected by... Read More

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