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2370 pages | ISBN 978-0-916398-40-7
Subject: Biography, History, Politics
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Christendom Press

Instaurare Omnia in Christo

One Man Perched on a Rock: A Biography of Dr. Warren Carroll
308 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-88-5
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One Man Perched on a Rock: A Biography of Dr. Warren Carroll
By Laura S. Gossin

Dr. Warren Carroll, founder of Christendom College and author of numerous works of Catholic history, led a life of deep commitment to Catholic education. From his roots in South Berwick, Maine, where he was formed by the goodness of those around him, to his doctoral study at Columbia University, where […]

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Discovery Institute Press

Making a Positive Vision of the Future Practical

Every School: One Citizen’s Guide to Transforming Education
218 pages | ISBN 978-1-936599-21-9
Subject: Education
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Every School: One Citizen’s Guide to Transforming Education
By Donald P. Nielsen

How would an entrepreneur reform education? In Every School, Don Nielsen draws on his business career, and two decades as a school activist, to offer innovative solutions to the educational challenges facing our country. Lasting change, Nielsen argues, will not come mainly through local school boards, but rather through state […]

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Hillsdale College Press

Pursuing Truth. Defending Liberty.

The Churchill Documents, Volume 22, Leader of the Opposition, August 1945 to October 1951
2370 pages | ISBN 978-0-916398-40-7
Subject: Biography, History, Politics
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The Churchill Documents, Volume 22, Leader of the Opposition, August 1945 to October 1951
Larry P. Arnn and Martin Gilbert, Editors
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National Review Books

Sustaining the Modern American Conservative Movement

Skirmishes
pages ISBN 978-0-9847650-5-8
Subject: Politics
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Skirmishes
By Neal B. Freeman

Skirmishes is a collection of select writings — principally for National Review, The American Spectator, and The Wall Street Journal — by Neal B. Freeman, who has been a major figure in the conservative movement for the last 50 years. The founder of the critical PBS program, Firing Line, starring […]

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Broadway Publications

Strengthening fundamental American values

Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for Older Americans
40 pages | ISBN 978-1931764-50-6
Subject: Current Affairs, Economics, Social Science
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Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for Older Americans
Amy Ziettlow

In 2012, over 50 percent of those patronizing a casino were over 50 years of age. Have casinos become today’s senior center? Come with Amy Ziettlow in Seniors in Casino Land, as she travels through America’s casinos, eating at the buffets, playing the slots, and talking to as many seniors […]

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Capital Research Center

Reviving the American Traditions of Charity and Philanthropy

How Great Philanthropists Failed & How You Can Succeed at Protecting Your Legacy
444 pages | ISBN 978-1-892934-04-8
Subject: Philanthropy
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How Great Philanthropists Failed & How You Can Succeed at Protecting Your Legacy
By Martin Morse Wooster

Men of amazing entrepreneurial genius, like Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and Henry Ford, built commercial empires larger than the world had ever seen; they produced astronomical returns on investment and were rarely tricked out of their money in business deals. But when they turned to giving that money away, […]

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American Civil Rights Union

Protecting Civil Rights of All Americans

These Are the Times That Try Men’s Souls: America–Then and Now In the Words of Tom Paine
256 pages | ISBN 978-0-9786502-4-7
Subject: History, Politics
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These Are the Times That Try Men’s Souls: America–Then and Now In the Words of Tom Paine
Edited by John Armor and Illustrated by Olga Calco

Thomas Paine is rightly referred to as the “forgotten” Founder. We remember Washington, Jefferson, and Adams, but too often overlook the first person to write the momentous words “the United States of America.” And it was Paine who, through the power of the pen, encouraged the colonists to declare their independence; to fight for their freedom and ultimately win the Revolutionary War.


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National Humanities Institute

Revitalizing the Humanities

The New Jacobinism: America as Revolutionary State
163 pages | ISBN 9780932783042
Subject: Politics
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The New Jacobinism: America as Revolutionary State
By Claes G. Ryn

This strongly and lucidly argued book gave early warning of a political-intellectual movement that was spreading in the universities, media, think-tanks, and foreign-policy and national security establishment of the United States.

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