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In his 1964 classic, Suicide of the West, James Burnham expressed the global geopolitical contraction of the West by showing the unmistakable trend of the Western powers’ loss of control o

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Bravo to Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum for proffering both a “manifesto” of sorts as well as compiling a celebration of the independent spirit when it comes to how we present ourselves to the

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One facet of Nazi Germany about which many people do not know or of which they are unaware is the extent of chemical dependency in its society and regime.

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". . . a passionately written j’accuse against the French collaborators . . ."

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offers real solutions to the problems immigration poses and gives us facts to combat false narratives and hateful political discourse.”

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“a thing of beauty, and reading it is an experience not to be missed.”

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Many a book on the subject of London and its contribution to men’s fashion has been written and expounded upon, but few have found a truly unique way to tackle the topic and stay the course.

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The new picture book by Shana Corey called A Time to Act: John F. Kennedy’s Big Speech focuses on the story behind John F. Kennedy’s speech about Civil Rights and Equality. But Ms.

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Ines de la Fressange is a fashion phenomenon who started as a runway and print model, morphed into the face and muse of Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld, became a French icon when she “gave” her face to t

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“Morín’s new book is one that begs to be read. It is more than engaging, more than new and different.”

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In 2015 Netflix released the controversial documentary Making a Murderer, which explored the story of Steven Avery, a man from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, who spent nearly two decades in

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“Javelin catcher, confidant, consigliere, battlefield commander.” These are some common roles undertaken by the White House Chief of Staff.

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“one of the best books to come out in many months.”

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A book so graphic, so heart wrenching, and so passionate demands the craft of a skilled author.

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Anglophiles and fashionphiles unite! Literally.

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Environmental historian Miles Powell has provided a new and provocative angle to the history of the American conservation/preservation movement through the lens of its racial logics.

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“brings a new evaluation to the common themes of both Clausewitz and Sun Tzu on the relationship between war and politics . . .”

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“concise yet sweeping history of warfare in the Middle East from 1798 to present is an excellent introductory volume to understanding how geography, culture, religion, politics, and economi

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For those who lived through the sixties, this account of some of the major events and people of the decade is certain to resonate.

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“a worthwhile read. It will most certainly fascinate Dos Passos and Hemingway aficionados, as well as the casual literary biography enthusiast.”

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“a wake up call about the dangers of entrenching divisions around national identity—a summons to action.”

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“provides a broad and comprehensive framework from which anyone can gain an understanding of the powerful forces that drive the criminal justice system.”

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The first thing that the reader will encounter is that there is a bit of a disconnect between the title and text.

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This is an exuberant and effervescent book that stretches beyond just shoes designed by Manolo Blahnik.

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Author Melvin Goodman spent 42 years in government, including a 25-year stint in the CIA.

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