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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wore many hats: philosopher, geologist, paleontologist … priest. If you’re thinking that one of these things is not like the others,...
THE EMERGENCE OF ONE AMERICAN NATION is an informative and engaging read encompassing 184 years, including the events that led to the war of independence,...
A thought provoking exploration of how the principals of freedom and opportunity enshrined – if in rhetoric only – in the Constitution have gradually expanded...
The essential compounds in the human body today can be traced in detail from the beginning of the universe to their impact in daily life.
Written nearly 50 years after mass riots destroyed the heart of America's cities, this new book offers a new commitment.
A secretary turned animal activist paves the way to protect the wild mustangs of Nevada from cruel and inhumane capture.
There is a popular narrative about Iranian women, suggesting that they advanced during the Pahlavi Monarchy, and, since the overthrow of the Shah, suffered massive...
A richly detailed and thoroughly researched tale of the transportation and safekeeping of the Mona Lisa during World War II.