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http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1189690.pdf
Mario Cuomo, former governor of New York, examines President Abraham Lincoln's words, speeches, and writings and how they pertain to twenty-first century issues.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1188685.pdf
Traces the roots of modern liberal ideas to the moral and spiritual foundations of America and suggests that liberalism is the right approach to guide America in the future.

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A journalist takes a look at the corporate and political hypocrisy that is rampant in the United States, commenting on the corruption of media monopolies, the deceptions of the Bush administration, and corporate influence on government.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1172587.pdf
A reflection on courage presents a collection of stories of surpassing bravery and selfless devotion to duty and offers portraits of individuals--both famous and unheralded--who confronted adversity and triumphed.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1141666.pdf
Sixteen-year-old Richard Pipes escaped from Nazi-occupied Warsaw with his family in October 1939. Their flight took them to the United States by way of Italy, and Pipes went on to earn a college degree, join the U.S. Air Corps, serve as professor of…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1140194.pdf
Offers an insider's account of the workings of the U.S. government during two extraordinary years of American history, covering the presidential election of 2000, the September 11th terrorist attacks, and corporate scandals.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1136153.pdf
Notes George W. Bush's affiliations with Enron and big oil, presenting a tongue-in-cheek plan for ending his political career while charging political leaders with enabling a growing divide between American classes.

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After President William McKinley was fatally shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, on September 6, 1901, Americans were bereaved and frightened. Eric Rauchway's brilliant Murdering McKinley re-creates Leon Czolgosz's hastily…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1121793.pdf
Presents an exploration of nepotism, the favored treatment of one's relatives, arguing that the practice has its roots in human biological behavior and that it represents the bonds of human society and the transmission of family legacies.
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