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Citizen Justice: The Environmental Legacy of William O. Douglas—Public Advocate and Conservation Champion

Will appeal to anyone interested in environmental issues, the Supreme Court, or Douglas.
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The Time Left Between Us

DeFonzo worked for more than a decade to preserve Del’s past and the historical context. Hers is a deeply personal venture but also one of significant importance now and for all future generations to learn from. Recommended to readers of World War II nonfiction, history, and family memoirs.
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A Second Reckoning: Race, Injustice, and the Last Hanging in Annapolis

 Calling for ongoing systemic change, this short book packs a big punch and will resonate with many in the 21st century.

Unsung Hero of Gettysburg: The Story of Union General David McMurtrie Gregg

Longacre’s skill at military history makes for fascinating reading for those desiring to broaden their knowledge of the Union army’s officer corps.
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The Kennedys in the World: How Jack, Bobby, and Ted Remade America’s Empire

This extensively researched and engaging book will appeal to anyone interested in post-war American history, foreign policy, and the Kennedy family.

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Call Me Commander: A Former Intelligence Officer and the Journalists Who Uncovered His Scheme To Fleece America

An exhilarating yet intricate tale of mind-boggling fraud. Readers will be rapt; hand this one to fans of David Enrich’s The Spider Network: How a Math Genius and a Gang of Scheming Bankers Pulled Off One of the Greatest Scams in History.
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All Souls Day: The World War II Battle and the Search for a Lost U.S. Battalion

A moving account of not just a seminal battle but the lasting effects on those waiting for decades to know what happened to their loved ones.

The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902

Relying on primary source materials, Seligman has created a highly readable and enjoyable account of this little-known episode in American history. Highly recommended, especially for those interested in American history and Jewish history, as well as gender and labor studies.
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The Journey of Liu Xiaobo: From Dark Horse to Nobel Laureate

Highly recommended for those interested in the life of Liu Xiaobo, recent Chinese history, or the global fight for human rights and democracy. Readers of this work should also consider Liu’s No Enemies, No Hatred: Selected Essays and Poems.
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