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Political Realignment

by Russell J. Dalton; read by Sean Runnette

Political Realignment tracks the evolution of citizen and elite opinions on economic and cultural issues from the 1970s to the 2010s—and the impact of these changes on electoral politics and public policy Learn More
Environmental Ethics

by Robin Attfield; read by Shaun Grindell

Robin Attfield introduces environmental ethics, exploring the values involved in issues such as pollution, habitat loss, and climate change. Considering the different groups involved in environmental ethics, and the attitudes of the world's religions to environmental stewardship, he calls for action from us all to manage our environment ethically. Learn More
Hitler's Pawn

by Stephen Koch; read by James Anderson Foster

A remarkable story of a forgotten seventeen-year-old Jew who was blamed by the Nazis for the anti-Semitic violence and terror known as the Kristallnacht, the pogrom still seen as an initiating event of the Holocaust. Learn More
Storming the Heavens

by Gerald Horne; read by Bill Quinn

The recent Hollywood film Hidden Figures presents a portrait of how African American women shaped the U.S. effort in aerospace during the height of Jim Crow. In Storming the Heavens, Gerald Horne presents the necessary back story to this account and goes further to detail the earlier struggle of African Americans to gain the right to fly. Learn More
Try Common Sense

by Philip K. Howard; read by Mike Chamberlain

Award-winning author Philip K. Howard lays out the blueprint for a new American society. Learn More
Death is Hard Work

by Khaled Khalifa; translated by Leri Price; read by Neil Shah

2019 National Book Award Finalist

Death Is Hard Work is the new novel from the greatest chronicler of Syria's ongoing and catastrophic civil war: a tale of three ordinary people facing down the stuff of nightmares armed with little more than simple determination. Learn More
Vote Her In

by Rebecca Sive; read by Rebecca Gibel

Author Rebecca Sive draws on her decades of political experience to create this crucial book, which empowers every American man, woman, and child who cares about our nation's democratic future to harness their collective power in the run-up to 2020 and, at last, form a more perfect union. Learn More
The Women’s Suffrage Movement

edited by Sally Roesch Wagner; Introduction by Sally Wagner; Foreword by Gloria Steinem; read by Bahni Turpin

An intersectional anthology of works by the known and unknown women that shaped and established the suffrage movement, in time for the 2020 centennial of women's right to vote, with a foreword by Gloria Steinem. Learn More
The Environment

by Paul Warde, Libby Robin, & Sverker Sörlin; read by Henrietta Meire

In this fascinating book, Paul Warde, Libby Robin, and Sverker Sörlin trace the emergence of the concept of the environment following World War II. Learn More
The Coming of Democracy

by Mark R Cheathem; read by Chris Andrew Ciulla

Drawing on period newspapers, diaries, memoirs, and public and private correspondence, The Coming of Democracy is the first book-length treatment to reveal how presidents and presidential candidates used both old and new forms of cultural politics to woo voters and win elections in the Jacksonian era.
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The Lost Prince

by Michael Mewshaw; read by Bob Souer

Michael Mewshaw's The Lost Prince is an intimate memoir of his friendship with internationally bestselling author Pat Conroy. Learn More
Downriver

by Heather Hansman; read by Allyson Ryan

Heather Hansman, a former raft guide and an environmental reporter, decided to paddle the Green River from source to confluence and see what the experience might teach her. Mixing lyrical accounts of quiet paddling through breathtaking beauty with nights spent camping solo and lively discussions with farmers, city officials, and other people met along the way, Downriver is the story of that journey, a foray into the present—and future—of water in the west. Learn More
Generation Citizen

by Scott Warren; read by Graham Halstead

Championing the activism of young people around the world, Generation Citizen is an empowering reminder of the positive power of politics, and an inspiring, actionable guide for anyone ready to fight for democracy. Learn More
On Freedom

by Cass R. Sunstein; read by Johnny Heller

From New York Times bestselling author Cass Sunstein, a brisk, provocative book that shows what freedom really means—and requires—today. Learn More
Ghost Work

by Mary L. Gray & Siddharth Suri;read by Will Damron

In the spirit of Nickel and Dimed, a necessary and revelatory exposé of the invisible human workforce that powers the web—and that foreshadows the true future of work. Learn More
How to Think about War

by Thucydides; translated by Johanna Hanink; read by David de Vries

An accessible modern translation of essential speeches from Thucydides's History that takes listeners to the heart of his profound insights on diplomacy, foreign policy, and war. Learn More
First Ladies

by Betty Boyd Caroli; read by Susan Ericksen

Betty Boyd Caroli's engrossing and informative First Ladies is an essential resource for anyone interested in the role of America's First Ladies. Learn More
American Foreign Relations

by Andrew Preston; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

This Very Short Introduction analyzes the key episodes, themes, and individuals in the history of American foreign relations. Learn More
No Human Is Illegal

by J. J. Mulligan Sepulveda; read by Robertson Dean

No Human Is Illegal is a powerful document of one lawyer's fight for those seeking a better life in America against its ever-tightening borders. Learn More
1931

by Tobias Straumann; read by Nigel Patterson

Germany's financial collapse in the summer of 1931 was one of the biggest economic catastrophes of modern history. It led to a global panic, brought down the international monetary system, and turned a worldwide recession into a prolonged depression. In 1931, Tobias Straumann reveals the story of the fatal crisis, demonstrating how a debt trap contributed to the rapid financial and political collapse of a European country, and to the rise of the Nazi Party. Learn More
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