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Before the Movement

by Dylan C. Penningroth; read by Terrence Kidd

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A prize-winning scholar draws on astonishing new research to demonstrate how Black people used the law to their advantage long before the Civil Rights Movement. Learn More
Bombing Hitler's Hometown

by Mike Croissant; read by J. Rodney Turner

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A brilliant, groundbreaking slice of military history, this riveting story of white-knuckled action over one of Europe's most heavily defended targets in the waning days of World War II also tells of the aftermath of the Linz, Austria, bombing—the heart-wrenching tales of survival and recovery, and the toll of warfare on both sides. Learn More
Israel and the Cyber Threat

by Charles D. Freilich, Matthew S. Cohen, and Gabi Siboni; read by Dina Pearlman

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The most detailed and comprehensive examination to show how tiny Israel grew to be a global civil and military cyber power and offer the first detailed proposal for an Israeli National Cyber Strategy. Learn More
Victimhood, Memory, and Consumerism

by Katja Franko and David R. Goyes; read by Ana Clements

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Victimhood, Memory, and Consumerism: Profiting from Pablo documents the story of violence inflicted on Medellín, Colombia, and critically examines the status of its victims. Drawing on unique empirical material, the book addresses the impact of commercial exploitation of the city's violent past on the victims of mass drug violence and on the present nature of the city. Learn More
An Emancipation of the Mind

by Matthew Stewart; read by Mike Chamberlain

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The story of how a band of antislavery leaders recovered the radical philosophical inspirations of the first American Revolution to defeat the slaveholders' oligarchy in the Civil War. Learn More
Wicked Problems

by Guru Madhavan; read by Walter Dixon

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An ode to systems engineers—whose invisible work undergirds our life—and an exploration of the wicked problems they tackle. Learn More
How to be Healthy

by Galen; translated with commentary by Katherine D. Van Schaik; read by Rick Adamson and Cindy Kay

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Timeless wisdom about how to be healthy in body and mind from one of the greatest physicians of the ancient world. Learn More
I Am the Law

by Michael Molcher; read by Keval Shah

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An in-depth examination of the ways in which the comic strip Judge Dredd, published in 2000 AD, has predicted the changing face of policing in Britain over the last forty-five years. Learn More
Illiberal America

by Steven Hahn; read by Mitch Crawford

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If your reaction to the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol was to think, 'That's not us,' think again: in Illiberal America, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian uncovers a powerful illiberalism as deep seated in the American past as the founding ideals. Learn More
The Politics of Mass Violence in the Middle East

by Laura Robson; read by Lisa S. Ware

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In this study, Laura Robson uses a framework of mass violence—encompassing the concepts of genocide, ethnic cleansing, forced migration, appropriation of resources, mass deportation, and forcible denationalization—to explain the emergence of a dystopian politics of identity across the Eastern Mediterranean in the modern era and to illuminate the contemporary breakdown of the state from Syria to Iraq to Israel. Learn More
The Politics of Maps

by Christine Leuenberger and Izhak Schnell; read by Rachel Perry

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The Politics of Maps explores how the geographical sciences came to be entangled with the politics, territorial claim-making, and nation-state building of Israel/Palestine. Learn More
In the Shadow of the Round Tops

by Allen R. Thompson; read by Shawn Compton

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Exciting new research lifts much of the fog surrounding the Battle of Gettysburg and offers a glimpse into what happened on that fateful day—July 2, 1863. Learn More
Zenith Man

by McCracken Poston Jr.; read by Lee Goettl

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The fascinating true story—sometimes humorous, sometimes heartbreaking—of an idealistic young lawyer determined to free an innocent neurodivergent man accused of murdering the wife no one knew he had. Learn More
The Political Thought of Xi Jinping

by Steve Tsang and Olivia Cheung; read by Rebecca Lam

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An authoritative examination of "Xi Jinping Thought"—now the official dogma of the Chinese Communist Party—that marshals Xi's personal words and writings to reveal his plan to make "the China Dream of national rejuvenation" a reality in the coming decades. Learn More
Mistress of Life and Death

by Susan J. Eischeid; read by Elisabeth Lagelee

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The first-ever biography of SS Overseer Maria Mandl, the highest-ranked woman in the Nazi killing machine and one of the few female perpetrators of the Holocaust. Learn More
Brothers in Arms

by Damien Lewis; read by Peter Noble

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#1 internationally bestselling author, war reporter, and award-winning WWII historian Damien Lewis chronicles the birth of the legendary SAS, Winston Churchill's singular band of brothers, and how their extraordinary do-or-die exploits truly turned the tide of war. Learn More
American Zion

by Benjamin E. Park; read by Tom Parks

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The first major history of Mormonism in a decade, drawing on newly available sources to reveal a profoundly divided faith that has nevertheless shaped the nation. Learn More
Scenes of Subjection

by Saidiya Hartman; read by Lisa Reneé Pitts

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The groundbreaking debut by the award-winning author of Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments, revised and updated. Learn More
The Problem of Immigration in a Slaveholding Republic

by Kevin Kenny; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

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A powerful analysis of how regulation of the movement of enslaved and free black people produced a national immigration policy in the period between the American Revolution and the end of Reconstruction. Learn More
The Age of Deer

by Erika Howsare; read by Erika Howsare

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A masterful hybrid of nature writing and cultural studies that investigates our connection with deer—from mythology to biology, from forests to cities, from coexistence to control and extermination—and invites listeners to contemplate the paradoxes of how humans interact with and shape the natural world. Learn More
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