Politics & Social Sciences

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Politics & Social Sciences

The Man Without a Face

$28.00

This book is a biography of Russian president Vladimir Putin, written by Masha Gessen. It traces his life from his humble beginnings as the son of a Soviet bureaucrat to his rise to power as one of the most influential leaders in the world. The Man Without a Face also explores Putin’s controversial policies, including [...]

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The Mastery of Love

$13.27

The Mastery of Love is a practical guide to the art of relationship written by don Miguel Ruiz. The book discusses how to create and maintain healthy, happy relationships with others by learning how to love ourselves first and foremost. For who is this book for ? If you are looking for a book that [...]

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The Mastery of Self

$14.95

The Mastery of Self is a Toltec guide to personal freedom, written by Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. The book focuses on the importance of living in accordance with one’s authentic self and developing mastery over oneself. It offers techniques for accessing inner peace and guidance for creating a life that reflects one’s true values. For [...]

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The Nineties

$31.50

Looking back at the 1990s, journalist Chuck Klosterman asks whether we overvalued or underrated the decade. In this book, he provides a thoughtful and provocative look at such topics as grunge rock, Bill Clinton’s sex scandals, The OJ Simpson trial, September 11th and more. Along the way he interviews dozens of prominent cultural figures including [...]

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The Obstacle Is the Way

$19.95

“The Obstacle Is the Way” is a book about turning trials into triumph, and learning how to face adversity head-on. It was written by Ryan Holiday, an author and marketing strategist who has worked with some of the biggest names in business and politics. The book draws on personal experiences as well as insights from [...]

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The Origins of Totalitarianism

$39.95

The Origins of Totalitarianism is a book by Hannah Arendt that was published in 1951. The book explores the origins of totalitarianism in Europe, and examines how it developed in Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia. Arendt provides an insightful analysis of the rise of these regimes, and offers her thoughts on their impact on society [...]

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The Prince (Unabridged)

$14.95

The Prince is a political treatise by Niccolo Machiavelli. The work focuses on the nature of power and how to acquire and maintain it. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to understand the nature of power and how it can be used. Pros : The Prince is [...]

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The Road to Unfreedom

$28.00

The Road to Unfreedom is a book by Timothy Snyder that deals with the history of Russia, Europe, and America. Snyder argues that Vladimir Putin’s regime in Russia represents a fundamental threat to democracy in Europe and the United States. For who is this book for ? The Road to Unfreedom may be of particular [...]

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The Splendid and the Vile

$31.50

The Splendid and the Vile tells the story of Winston Churchill’s family during the Blitz. Erik Larson weaves together historical fact with personal stories to create a compelling narrative that explores Churchill’s life as both a public figure and private individual. The book paints an intimate portrait of one man’s determination in the face of [...]

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The Spy and the Traitor

$31.95

The Spy and the Traitor tells the incredible story of Oleg Gordievsky, a senior KGB officer who became a British spy. With unprecedented access to both Russian and British intelligence archives, Ben Macintyre reveals how Gordievsky helped MI6 foil massive Cold War operations planned by the KGB, at great personal risk. Drawing on interviews with [...]

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The System

$24.50

In his new book, The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It, Robert B. Reich offers a bracing diagnosis of the American political and economic system—and a roadmap for how to fix it. Reich argues that our democracy has been hijacked by powerful interests who have rigged the game in their favor. But he [...]

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The Tipping Point

$30.79

“The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference” is an influential book by Malcolm Gladwell which explores the concept of “the tipping point”, or how ideas, trends and social behaviors spread like epidemics. Gladwell uses examples from various fields such as marketing, psychology and sociology to explain why some phenomena reach their [...]

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The Trial of the Man Who Said He Was God

$24.95

The Trial of the Man Who Said He Was God by Douglas Harding is a nonfiction book about spirituality and philosophy. In it, Harding discusses his own spiritual journey as well as the trial of Al-Ghazzali, an Islamic philosopher who declared that he was Allah. This book will appeal to readers interested in religious studies [...]

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The Vision of the Anointed

$20.99

This book by Thomas Sowell delves into the ways in which individuals and groups perceive their own abilities, as well as how this affects social policy. Sowell argues that self-congratulation is a common basis for making decisions about what is best for society, regardless of whether or not this actually leads to beneficial outcomes. He [...]

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The Warmth of Other Suns

$39.95

The Warmth of Other Suns tells the epic story of America’s great migration, from the depths of southern segregation to the heights of American achievement. It chronicles three decades in which nearly six million black men and women fled the South for Northern cities in search of a better life. Isabel Wilkerson interviewed more than [...]

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The Woman Who Smashed Codes

$31.93

The Woman Who Smashed Codes tells the incredible story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, a world-renowned codebreaker who helped crack Nazi Germany’s infamous Enigma Code during World War II. Despite being grossly underpaid and constantly underestimated by her colleagues, Friedman never gave up fighting for the importance of cryptography in wartime. Her accomplishments changed the course [...]

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There Is Nothing For You Here

$34.22

The book is written by Fiona Hill, a top adviser to former President George W. Bush and current National Security Advisor John Bolton. It covers the challenges faced by people in the 21st century and how they can overcome them to find opportunity. Hill provides an overview of global trends that are creating opportunities for [...]

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They Were Her Property

$24.95

This book tells the story of white women who owned slaves in the American South. It provides a unique perspective on this little-known aspect of history, and offers fresh insights into the dynamics of race relations in America. For who is this book for ? This book is for people who are interested in history, [...]

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Timecode of a Face

$16.35

Timecode of a Face is about the life and journey of one woman, as she navigates her way through politics and social sciences. Ruth Ozeki beautifully weaves together personal experiences with historical events to create a powerful and compelling story that will stay with readers long after they finish the book. For who is this [...]

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Top 25 Conspiracy Theories

$6.95

This book is all about uncovering the truth behind some of today’s most popular conspiracy theories. Ben Davis takes a close look at each theory, analyzing the evidence and explaining why certain people believe in them. He also explores how these theories have shaped our world and offers his own thoughts on what might really [...]

$29.95

Are you tired of being taken advantage of by toxic people? Do you feel like you can’t escape their grasp, no matter how hard you try? You’re not alone. Toxic people are everywhere and they can be very difficult to deal with. They often have a way of sucking the life out of those around [...]

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Troy

$30.79

The Troy by Stephen Fry is a great reimagining of the ancient Greek mythological story. The author did an amazing job in bringing to life all the characters and their intricate relationships, while mixing in generous doses of humor. This makes for an entertaining and enlightening read. For who is this book for ? The [...]

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Valle Egypt

$19.95

In Valle Egypt, Kristin Hetzer provides a detailed account of the Egyptian Revolution from start to finish. She offers an insightful analysis of the events that transpired and their implications for both Egypt and the region as a whole. Drawing on firsthand interviews with key players in the uprising, she provides readers with a unique [...]

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White Fragility

$39.20

In White Fragility, acclaimed racial justice educator Robin DiAngelo deftly illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility and how it functions to protect white supremacy. Drawing on extensive personal experience as well as scientific research, she shows that any instance which challenges a white person’s view of themselves as benign or good results in Lena Dunham-esque [...]

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Woke, Inc.

$29.65

In “Woke, Inc.,” Vivek Ramaswamy takes readers inside corporate America’s social justice scam. Ramaswamy exposes the cynical ploy by corporations to exploit poor and minority communities for their own financial gain under the guise of aiding social justice. He provides an in-depth analysis of how this scheme works and its devastating impact on vulnerable populations. [...]

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Women Who Run with the Wolves

$17.47

Women Who Run with the Wolves is a book by Clarissa Pinkola Estés that explores the myths and stories of the wild woman archetype. The wild woman, according to Estés, is an archetypal figure who represents untamed femininity and natural power. She is often associated with nature, instinct, and sexuality. In this book, Estés shares [...]

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