An Arts & Literature Review
The story of the remarkable juxtaposition of two events: the establishment of Virginia's first General Assembly and the arrival of its first African slaves.
This biography provides both a novel and substantive introduction to an extraordinary figure.
A surprisingly dark addition to the nearly endless library of Winston Churchill biographies.
A thoroughly human portrait that serves to clarify the greatness of the leading orator and writer of the era.
An intricately woven and and spellbinding stand-alone.
This is the Gandhi with a sweeping, multifaceted intelligence hidden behind a faux-folksy facade.
An extensively researched biography of Reagan with solid scholarly underpinnings and very little mythologizing.
How to deal with people who believe bunk, falsehoods, mistakes, and outright lies
Technology, politics, and war have merged into a new battlefield where strategies are played out on smartphones.
Outlines how emerging technologies shape our democracy and culture, and how this might look in the future.
An arts and literature review.
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