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The Eagle in the Mirror

by Jesse Fink; read by Jerome Pride

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Internationally bestselling author Jesse Fink unravels a gripping real-life international whodunit in this long-overdue biography of the unheralded Dick Ellis, one of the most consequential figures in modern history. Learn More
When Left Moves Right

by Maria Snegovaya; read by Teri Schnaubelt

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Over the past two decades, postcommunist countries have witnessed a sudden shift in the electoral fortunes of their political parties: previously successful center-left parties suffered dramatic electoral defeats and disappeared from the political scene, while right-wing populist parties soared in popularity and came to power. This dynamic echoed similar processes in Western Europe and raises a question: Were these dynamics in any way connected? Learn More
Love and the Working Class

by Karen Lystra; read by Lisa S. Ware

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Using letters written to parents, siblings, husbands, wives, friends, and potential mates between 1830 and 1880, Karen Lystra identifies the shared conceptions of love and practices of courtship and marriage within a racially diverse population of free working-class people born in America. Learn More
Reproductive Justice

by Loretta Ross and Rickie Solinger; read by Julienne Irons and Holly Adams

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Reproductive Justice is a first-of-its-kind primer that provides a comprehensive yet succinct description of the field. Written by two legendary scholar-activists, Reproductive Justice introduces students to an intersectional analysis of race, class, and gender politics. Learn More
Reluctant Race Men

by Joan L. Bryant; read by Deanna Anthony

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Reluctant Race Men traces a history of the disparate challenges nineteenth-century Black American reformers lodged against the concept of race. Learn More
Imagination

by Ruha Benjamin; read by Janina Edwards

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In this revelatory work, Ruha Benjamin calls on us to take imagination seriously as a site of struggle and a place of possibility for reshaping the future. Learn More
FDR's Mentors

by Michael J. Gerhardt; read by Danny Campbell

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A unique and illuminating exploration of the key relationships that shaped Franklin Delano Roosevelt into one of America's most definitive leaders and impacted his influence on the world stage, from presidential historian Michael J. Gerhardt, the acclaimed author of Lincoln's Mentors and principal adviser in the official annotation of the Constitution at the Library of Congress. Learn More
Revolution and Terror

by Graeme Gill; read by Julian Elfer

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Graeme Gill argues that in order to understand the relationship between revolution and terror, it is necessary to distinguish between different types of terror. There are three such types: revolutionary terror, in which the aim is to destroy enemies and thereby consolidate the regime; transformational terror, designed to drive the politico-socio-economic transformation of society that is the purpose of the 'great' revolutions; and inverted terror, which is when terror is turned against part of the elite and regime more broadly. Revolution and Terror explains how these different types of terror are related to the revolutionary seizure of power. Learn More
The Religion of Whiteness

by Michael O. Emerson and Glenn E. Bracey II; read by Tom Parks

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Using national survey data, in-depth interviews, and focus group results gathered over several years, Michael O. Emerson and Glenn E. Bracey II show how the Religion of Whiteness shapes the practice of Christianity for millions of Americans—and what can be done to confront it. Learn More
Liberty Equality Fashion

by Anne Higonnet; read by Elisabeth Lagelee and Anne Higonnet

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This is a story for our time: of a revolution that demanded universal human rights, of self-creation, of women empowering each other, and of transcendent glamor. Learn More
Mythologies Without End

by Jerome Slater; read by Christopher Grove

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Focusing on US role in the conflict, where relevant, Mythologies Without End exposes the self-defeating policies of both the US and Israel, which have served to prolong the conflict far beyond when it should have been resolved. Learn More
Muse of Fire

by Michael Korda; read by Malcolm Hillgartner

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The First World War comes to harrowing life through the intertwined lives of the soldier-poets in Michael Korda's epic Muse of Fire. Learn More
The Serial Killer's Apprentice

by Katherine Ramsland and Tracy Ullman; read by Christina Delaine

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A psychological examination of the blurred line between victim and accomplice—and how a killer can be created. Learn More
Lenin Lives?

by Christopher Read; read by Mike Cooper

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This study examines the key elements of Lenin's life and career, the consolidation of his ideas into the doctrines of "Leninism," the influence of Leninism in promoting revolutionary movements around the globe, and the currently disputed issue of whether his ideas still have any relevance today. Learn More
The Search for Reagan

by Craig Shirley; read by Bob Johnson

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Never before has anyone explored the mind, soul, and heart of Ronald Reagan. The Search for Reagan explores the challenges and controversies in Reagan's life and how he successfully dealt with each, depicting a man who was never as conservative as some conservatives wanted him to be, but rather as conservative as he was comfortable being—a man who wanted to win on his own terms and integrity. Learn More
Apocalypse Television

by David Craig; foreword by Robert Iger; read by Kim Niemi

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A dramatic insider's account of the making of and backlash against the 1983 made-for-TV movie The Day After. Learn More
Dear Mom and Dad

by Patti Davis; read by Emily Sutton-Smith

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A remarkably poignant writer for our troubled times, Patti Davis writes about love, loss, and the power of redemption in this poetic letter to her long-gone parents. Learn More
An Unholy Traffic

by Robert K. D. Colby; read by James R. Cheatham

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Offering an original perspective on the intersections of slavery, capitalism, the Civil War, and emancipation, Robert K. D. Colby illuminates the place of the peculiar institution within the Confederate mind, the ways in which it underpinned the CSA's war effort, and its impact on those attempting to seize their freedom. Learn More
The City Is Up for Grabs

by Gregory Royal Pratt; read by Christopher Douyard

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Chicago is a world-class city, but it is also a city in crisis. Some of Chicago's problems can be explained by forces greater than the mayor: national polarization, long-standing cultural and racial tensions, our plague years. But some are the result of Lightfoot's poor leadership at City Hall, a story that hasn't been told in full—until now. Learn More
The Invention of Prehistory

by Stefanos Geroulanos; read by Elizabeth Wiley

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An eminent historian tells the story of how we came to obsess over the origins of humanity—and how, for three centuries, ideas of prehistory have been used to justify devastating violence against others. Learn More
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