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Agony of Survival

Agony of Survival

Albert A. Hutler with Marvin J. Folkertsma, Jr. – Agony of Survival is a 1945 chronicle of a young lieutenant in the United States Army in postwar Germany. Caught in an emotional maelstrom of half-starved emaciated survivors of the concentration camps, he was charged with the responsibility for the care and repatriation of displaced persons in […]

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Dangerous Delusions

Dangerous Delusions

America on the Brink: A Critical Solution to America’s Political and Economic Dilemma Michael F. Spath – The United States is on a collision course with reality. The outward appearance of a functioning democracy, campaigns waged, elections held, and legislation passed — obscures the structural flaws that have rendered America’s political system incapable of solving the […]

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Spring Winds of Beijing

Spring Winds of Beijing

Gail Copeland – Spring Winds of Beijing is a vivid and passionate account of the events in Beijing during the spring of 1989. The reader “takes to the streets” to mingle with the people from the early days of exhilaration through the silence of horror that enveloped the city following the Tiananmen Massacre. Giving voice to the […]

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Outrage At Lincheng

Outrage At Lincheng

China Enters the Twentieth Century Michael J. Nozinski – In the dark hours of May 6, 1923, a thousand brigands swooped down from the “mountains where the bandits live” attacking the luxurious Blue Express, and forced thirty Europeans, Americans, and more than one hundred Chinese captives into the Shantung wilderness. This “outrage” was quickly called the […]

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The Thirteenth Commandment

The Thirteenth Commandment

Bruce Marvin – Congressman Robin Andrews faces stark choices: to save the world or to allow the obliteration of the human race. He discovers a Russian village totally wiped out by a disease of unknown origins. America also faces the destruction of a small town outside of Pittsburgh, the cause also unknown. Can the mindless genocide […]

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Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring Mary B. Keene, Editor – America has faced and met the challenge of September 11, 2001. Its citizens have banded together in thought and ideals with strength and resolution. Americans were moved from rivers of tears to resolve, standing together to protect our way of life. In a democracy the protection of human […]

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A History of Music Education in the United States

A History of Music Education in the United States

James A. Keene  – James A. Keene’s treatment of this interesting and unique history represents a deep and penetrating look at a subject that until recent years has been largely neglected by teachers and scholars. A large population of music teachers have taught and acted with only the vaguest of insights about those special teachers […]

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