Subject: Politics

Government Is the Problem: Memoirs of Ronald Reagan’s Welfare Reformer By Robert B. Carleson
186 pages | ISBN 978-0-978650-23-0
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Government Is the Problem: Memoirs of Ronald Reagan’s Welfare Reformer

Government Is the Problem is the story of a broken welfare system that needed to be fixed, of a great leader named Ronald Reagan who said that it could be fixed, of doubters who said that it could not be fixed, and of the man—Robert B. Carleson—who fixed it. Carleson pioneered the true reform that reversed a growing dependence on the welfare state and moved America away from the ruinous path of income redistribution.

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Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy By James Dellinger
178 pages | ISBN 978-1-892934-13-0


Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy

Published in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative.

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Here, There & Everywhere By Jay Nordlinger
523 pages | ISBN 978-0-975899-82-3
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Here, There & Everywhere

As the author says in his preface, Here, There & Everywhere is a “grab bag of a book,” containing almost 100 pieces on a multiplicity of subjects. Paul Johnson calls Jay Nordingler “one of the most versatile and pungent writers in America. And Mark Steyn says that this collection is “a virtuoso display.”

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Liberty and Learning: The Evolution of American Education By Larry P. Arnn
117 pages | ISBN 978-0-916308-00-1
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Liberty and Learning: The Evolution of American Education

Larry P. Arnn, the President of Hillsdale College, traces the history of education from the founding of the U.S. Office of Education (based on the Prussian system) in 1869 to the Higher Education Act of 1965 and its subsequent reauthorizations, to contemporary legislation.

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Mustard Seeds: A Conservative Becomes a Catholic By L. Brent Bozell
414 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-73-1
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Mustard Seeds: A Conservative Becomes a Catholic

Mustard Seeds is the journal of a remarkable spiritual odyssey, the origin and destination points of which are identified in the volume’s subtitle.

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New York’s Promise: Why Sponsoring Casinos Is a Regressive Policy Unworthy of a Great State By Institute for American Values
148 pages | ISBN 978-1-931764-48-3 978-1-931764-49-0
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New York’s Promise: Why Sponsoring Casinos Is a Regressive Policy Unworthy of a Great State

In this fiercely reasoned and richly documented report, David Blankenhorn, president of the Institute for American Values, lays bare the evasions, deceptions, and secrecy behind the rise of a government-gambling complex that is fleecing citizens by enticing them to lose money in rigged games.

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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School By Lance T. Izumi, Rowena M. Itchon and Sally C. Pipes
49 minutes run time | ISBN 978-1-934276-14-3
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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School

Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School shatters the myth that “good” schools are found only in “nice” neighborhoods.

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Obama: The Dream and the Reality By Victor Davis Hanson
408 pages | ISBN 9780984765003
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Obama: The Dream and the Reality

In pungent prose, Hanson skewers modern pieties with the eye of a realist who is deeply grounded in wide knowledge of human history—and human nature.

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Return to Charity?: Philanthropy and the Welfare State By Martin Morse Wooster
63 pages | ISBN 978-1-892934-05-5
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Return to Charity?: Philanthropy and the Welfare State

Return to Charity?: Philanthropy and the Welfare State, by Martin Morse Wooster, clearly explains how the Victorian idea of charity for the poor was replaced by twentieth century social concepts of poverty and social welfare, which culminated in the “Great Society” welfare entitlement programs of the 196os.

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School Choice in Texas: Who Opposes It—And Why By Ilan Wurman, Jeffrey J. Cain and Jeremy Beer
24 pages | ISBN 9780978650254
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School Choice in Texas: Who Opposes It—And Why

The State of Texas has considered school choice as a tool for enhancing educational opportunity on a number of occasions over the past two decades. Those efforts have inevitably met with determined political opposition.

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