Politics & Social Sciences

  • A Memory of Shadows

    A Memory of Shadows

    A retired itinerant construction guy and life-long "social observer" mines his 40 years of Daily Journals and his "Memory of Shadows" telling tales of People of the Ice in Arctic oilfields and of Children of the Ice at his childhood Minnesota skating...

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  • AfterNow


    On March 11 2011 overwhelming and incomprehensible disaster struck the northeast coast of Japan. Life for those in the region would never be the same. This book is about the awakening that follows disaster. About the minutes and months and years that...

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  • Big Brother in the Exam Room

    Big Brother in the Exam Room

    There are serious dangers lurking behind the government's $30 billion electronic health record (EHR) experiment. This omnipresent technology turns doctors into data clerks and shifts attention from patients to paperwork-while health plans government...

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  • Blue Sky for Black America

    Blue Sky for Black America

    Through meticulous documentation of literature and the arts Blue Sky for Black America highlights the representation of African Americans in Western thinkers' imagination. It is a call to encourage and inspire Americans to produce and distribute...

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  • Build Ivywild

    Build Ivywild

    Can mingling different businesses bring greater prosperity? Can neighborhood buildings and spaces produce happiness? Can the sun and wind actually improve a person’s well-being? Build Ivywild answers these and similar questions in words and...

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  • Calousia


    Warren Musser's new more complete future-seeing method reveals for the first time the most important of all futures for us to know: it's Calousia the natural brilliant summit of our species's long progressive evolution. Learn why this Calousian future...

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  • Compete and Empower

    Compete and Empower

    Why has prosperity for all been an elusive dream?Because we have failed to build great societies and nations. For 7 000 years leaders of our societies have used the doctrine of Conquer and Oppress to rule our nations. This book will describe for you a...

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  • Doing Good . . . Says Who?

    Doing Good . . . Says Who?

    Doing Good. . . Says Who? explores the impact of good intentions from the inside. The authors conducted over 400 interviews and synthesized the lessons learned. The end result is that you are on the ground with volunteers nonprofits donors and-most...

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  • Dumbing Down the Courts

    Dumbing Down the Courts

    Judges have enormous power. They determine whom we can marry whether we can own firearms whether the government can mandate that we buy certain products and how we define "personhood." But who gets to occupy these powerful positions? Up until now there...

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  • Food Choice and Sustainability

    Food Choice and Sustainability

    What we choose to eat is killing our planet and us yet use of the word &lsquosustainable' is ubiquitous. Explanation of this incongruity lies in the fact that sustainability efforts are rarely positioned to include food choice in an accurate manner...

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  • From Somalia to Snow

    From Somalia to Snow

    From Somalia to Snow: How Central Minnesota Became Home to Somalis gives readers an invaluable insider's look into the lives and culture of our Somali neighbors and the important challenges they face. Designed with a diverse audience in mind this book is...

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  • FutureGood


    An increasing rate of change has made the challenging business of doing good even more difficult. Nonprofits foundations think tanks and social entre&shypreneurs are all trying to make the world a better place but they're using yesterday's...

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