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The Supreme Court

Silverstein’s insightful, thorough, well-organized, lucidly expressed guide to both basic and abstruse aspects of the court will be essential for students of U.S. history and government.
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Daily Life of Women in Postwar America

Readable, reliable, and wide-ranging, this volume will appeal to those with a general interest in U.S. cultural history.
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Vegetarian and Vegan Diets: Your Questions Answered

Evenhanded, with solid nutritional information and suggestions for navigating social interactions when adopting new eating patterns.
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Encyclopedia of Sex and Sexuality: Understanding Biology, Psychology, and Culture

Users may want to consult more specialized sources for further information on a specific topic, but this is an excellent introduction to sex and sexuality for public and consumer health libraries.

Epidemics and Pandemics: From Ancient Plagues to Modern-Day Threats

With an excellent index, a glossary, and comprehensible and accurate explanations of disease throughout history, this is an outstanding reference source, suitable for all libraries.
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The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym

Intended to “inspire the next generation of researchers,” this volume provides plenty of stand-alone independent resources, in concise language that will be useful to students of music or psychology.
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Food Cultures of Israel: Recipes, Customs, and Issues

Fascinating and of interest to kitchen hobbyists and students of anthropology, nutrition, food sciences, or religion/divinity/ministry. Consider placing this book in the circulating nonfiction section for maximum usage.

Race in American Television: Voices and Visions That Shaped a Nation

This important reference guide chronicles both television history and the story of racial attitudes in America; it will also empower readers to seek out inclusive programming and look with fresh eyes at favorite shows.
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African American Culture: An Encyclopedia of People, Traditions, and Customs

Covering subjects that are frequently mentioned in contemporary discourse but not always fully explained (see, for instance, the informative entry on historically Black colleges and universities), this is a valuable resource for a wide range of readers.
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