Chad E. Statler

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The Abyss: Nuclear Crisis Cuba 1962

Recommended for readers interested in this specific crisis and Cold War history in general.

Black Snow: Curtis LeMay, the Firebombing of Tokyo, and the Road to the Atomic Bomb

Anyone who wants to understand the last year of the air war in the Pacific and the bomber commander’s role should read this excellent book.
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Need To Know: World War II and the Rise of American Intelligence

Based on extensive primary research, this striking and compelling account should be read by anybody interested in the development of U.S. intelligence agencies and special operations during World War II.

By Hands Now Known

Readers interested in the long history of the civil rights struggle should definitely read this.

The Chaos Machine: The Inside Story of How Social Media Rewired Our Minds and Our World

A deeply researched and well-written study for anybody interested in social media or technology and their effects on society and the transmission of news.

No More Police: A Case for Abolition

Kaba and Ritchie’s provocative position may not convince all readers, but their arguments are worth considering. This book will appeal to readers interested in social justice, activism, and police reform.

The Widowed Ones: Beyond the Battle of the Little Bighorn

Readers interested in 19th-century, women’s, and military history will be drawn into this thoroughly humane and sympathetic treatment of U.S. army widows.
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Hitler’s Winter: The German Battle of the Bulge

This highly readable account of the Battle of the Bulge will appeal to those interested in World War II and military history.

A World Transformed: Slavery in the Americas and the Origins of Global Power

This general history of the slave trade provides a thorough and humane treatment of the subject that will appeal to non-specialists and specialists alike.
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