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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 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
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
Death is Hard Work

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

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
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
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
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
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
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
Cyberwar

by Kathleen Hall Jamieson; read by Emily Durante

Drawing on path-breaking work in which she and her colleagues isolated significant communication effects in the 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns, the eminent political communication scholar Kathleen Hall Jamieson marshals the troll posts, unique polling data, analyses of how the press used the hacked content, and a synthesis of half a century of media effects research to argue that, although not certain, it is probable that the Russians helped elect the 45th president of the United States. Learn More
The Sit Room

by David Scheffer; read by Joe Barrett

The Sit Room brings you inside the secretive Situation Room of the White House, the most important deliberative room in the world, during the early 1990s when the author was one of the policymakers who framed the Clinton Administration's policy towards the bloody Balkans War. Learn More
The New Order

by Karen E. Bender; read by Tavia Gilbert

The National Book Award finalist for Refund returns with a new collection of stories that boldly examines the changes in American culture over the last two years through the increasing presence of violence, bigotry, sexual harassment, and the emotional costs of living under constant threat. Learn More
Overlooking the Border

By Dana Hercbergs; read by Christina Delaine

Overlooking the Border: Narratives of Divided Jerusalem by Dana Hercbergs continues the dialogue surrounding the social history of Jerusalem. Learn More
China in the 21st Century

by Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom; read by Joe Barrett

Concise and insightful, China in the 21st Century provides an excellent introduction to this significant global power. Learn More
The U.S. Constitution

by David J. Bodenhamer; read by Walter Dixon

Today we face serious challenges to the nation's constitutional legacy. Endless wars, a sharply divided electorate, economic inequality, and immigration, along with a host of other issues, have placed demands on government and on society that test our constitutional values. Understanding how the Constitution has evolved will help us adapt its principles to the challenges of our age. Learn More
Trading with the Enemy

by Hugo Meijer; read by Liam Gerrard

Trading with the Enemy is the first monograph on this dimension of the US-China relationship in the post-Cold War. Learn More
Necessary Evil

by David Kinley

Necessary Evil shows how finance can shed its conceit, return to its role as the economy's servant not its master, and regain the public trust and credibility it has so spectacularly lost over the past decade—all by helping human rights, not harming them. Learn More
Trade Battles

by Tamara Kay & R.L. Evans; read by Pam Ward

A timely contribution, Trade Battles seeks to understand the role of civil society in shaping state policy. Learn More
The Wealth of a Nation

by C. Donald Johnson; read by David Stifel

Ambassador C. Donald Johnson's The Wealth of a Nation is an authoritative history of the politics of trade in America from the Revolution to the Trump era. Learn More
Taxing Wars

by Sarah Kreps; read by Lisa Flanagan

Taxing Wars suggests that the burden in blood is just one side of the coin. The way Americans bear the burden in treasure has also changed, and these changes have both eroded accountability and contributed to the phenomenon of perpetual war. Learn More
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