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The Abandonment of the West: The History of an Idea in American Foreign Policy

This is an exceedingly important book and certainly one that would benefit all American readers who wonder how we arrived at our current status in an increasingly interconnected world. Highly recommended for all collections.

Hitler’s First Hundred Days: When Germans Embraced the Third Reich

Everyone concerned about the rise of nationalism, the impact of extreme partisanship, and preserving democracy should read this insightful book.
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Island Stories: An Unconventional History of Britain

With this well-documented and engaging, narrative, readers will gain a better understanding of the nuanced histories of this island nation.

War Fever: Boston, Baseball, and America in the Shadow of the Great War

A compelling look at a tumultuous moment in U.S. history through the lives of three extraordinary individuals. Fans of 20th-century American culture as well as Boston and World War I history will rejoice.

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The Dance of Life: The New Science of How a Single Cell Becomes a Human Being

Of interest to anyone seeking a deeper understanding of human fertility and development.
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We Know It When We See It: What the Neurobiology of Vision Tells Us About How We Think

Recommended only for those with a strong science background or the patience to unpack the richly detailed scientific explanations. For those readers, Masland provides a well-researched exploration of a fascinating question.
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American Queenmaker: How Missy Meloney Brought Women into Politics

A meticulously researched and readable biography that will engage readers interested in women’s history and journalism, and in 20th-century social reform.

Transcendence: How Humans Evolved through Fire, Language, Beauty, and Time

An engaging, well-researched book for anyone curious about the development of humanity as approached through a social lens.

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Land of Tears: The Exploration and Exploitation of Equatorial Africa

Essential reading for serious students of modern African history.

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