Politics & Politicians

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“This scholarship, written as a clear, engaging narrative, inspires the reader to take the ideas presented in Life After Power to look at other post-presidency lives.”

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The World That Wasn’t paints a convincing portrait of a gullible, flip-flopping fool that does little to explain Henry Wallace’s importance to FDR’s New Deal or progressives’ endu

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“In his new book Mirrors of Greatness, Reynolds reflects on how Churchill’s contemporaries helped ‘shape’ his greatness.”

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Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality is a history lesson told through the lives of two remarkable men who were opposites in life circumstances but

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“Maddow's research reflects the danger inherent in an authoritarian state.

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“For anyone who thinks that gridlock and partisan machinations are a recent development, this book will quickly lay those misconceptions to rest.”

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“Although democracy may not inherently be fragile, when its caretakers abandon their duties, fissures can appear. Sometimes it takes a renegade to stand in the gap.”

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“a remarkable and fascinating read, made possible by the author’s extraordinary access to royal and official government archives only recently opened to researchers.”

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Christopher Miller learned Japanese, wanted to travel to sub-Saharan Africa with the US Peace Corps but ended up being the only American in the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut in 2010.

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Wong’s book helps us understand China, the CCP, and Xi as the new Cold War heats up in the western Pacific.”

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“provides a compelling argument for the importance of our legislative branch and how it can reassert its relevance in the 21st century.”

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Testimony challenges the narrative that Evangelical Christianity is the gateway drug to White Christian Nationalism.”

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The heart of Black’s book is his discussions of strategy in the context of the contests for power among states and empires from the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars .

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The 400-year-old relationship between China and Russia could best be summarized as incessant "frenemies"—sometimes allies, sometimes adversaries, but always in flux as the relative power between th

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A Fever in the Heartland engulfs readers in an early-'20s Indiana where the Klan’s full-tilt coup feels as palpably and terrifyingly real as it does confoundingly implausible.”

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“What It Took to Win challenges the reader to think about and understand not just the history of the Democratic Party but also the politics of America in general.

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This book is written by a high-profile governor who might run for president someday. Thus, the content is political.

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For those who love to dig deep into Tudor history, scandal, and intrigue, the Dudleys make a fascinating study of a family whose interactions from the first Tudor, Henry VII to the last, Elizabeth

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“A book for our times with the current focus on social justice . . . a magnificent portrait of a political life lived with passion and integrity.”

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“White evangelicalism is a movement thoroughly entrenched in American nationalism, white supremacy, patriarchy, and xenophobia.”

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“The humanity and human touch of Shultz and his biographer emerge on nearly every page.”

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“Meltzer and Mensch, in The Nazi Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill, give history a sheen of drama that it deserves while leaving the reader much

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