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  • Unholy Business: A True Tale of Faith, Greed & Forgery in the Holy Land

    Unholy Business: A True Tale of Faith, Greed & Forgery in the Holy Land

    Nina Burleigh with a special intro by Alan Dershowitz
    Imagine a trial in which the issue was whether Jesus of Nazareth actually existed.  The United States Constitution, as well as the laws of most western societies, does not allow courts to enter into religious or theological debates.  But the trial described in this book was not about theology: it […]
  • Meditations

    Meditations of Marcus Aurelius TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

    Meditations, literally meaning in ancient Greek “that which is to himself,” is a collection of thoughts penned by the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius. A disciple of the Stoics, he recorded these musings throughout 12 books during his travels through his vast empire from 161-180 AD. Although expansive and containing many timeless dictums, the overarching message of his […]
  • Law

    Law, Legislation and Liberty 3 vol set

    F. A. Hayek
    Friedrich A. Hayek, Nobel laureate economist and political philosopher, published his great work Law, Legislation and Liberty in 1973. In these volumes, he builds upon the themes addressed by his earlier works, notably, Road to Serfdom and The Constitution of Liberty. Hayek’s central concern is laying out the distinction between the view […]
  • Bork: A Time to Speak: Selected Writings and Arguments

    Bork: A Time to Speak: Selected Writings and Arguments

    Robert Bork
    Judge Bork has gathered together his most important and prophetic writings in A Time to Speak. Featuring a foreword and commentary by Judge Bork, the volume includes more than sixty vintage Bork contributions on topics ranging from President Nixon to St. Thomas More, from abortion to antitrust policy, and from […]
  • On the Commonwealth

    On the Commonwealth

    De re publica, commonly known as On the Commonwealth, is a compilation of six books written by Marcus Tullius Cicero between the years 54 and 51 BC. Revealing his perspective on many matters of the state, his style may be familiar to those who are readers of the ancient philosophers since […]
  • Jefferson's War AMERICA’S FIRST WAR ON TERROR  by Joseph Wheelan - SIGNED


    Joseph Wheelan - SIGNED
    Two centuries ago, without congressional or public debate, a president whom we think of today as peaceable, Thomas Jefferson, launched America’s first war on foreign soil – a war against terror. For nearly two hundred years, the Barbary pirates had haunted the Mediterranean, enslaving tens of thousands of Europeans and […]
  • Undue Influence

    Undue Influence

    "The Epic Battle for the Johnson & Johnson Fortune" by David Margolick with a special intro by Alan Dershowitz
    It is considered "the largest, costliest, ugliest, most spectacular and most conspicuous inheritance contest in American history." Seward Johnson, the patriarch of the pharmaceutics family was 76 and the multimillionaire heir to the Johnson and Johnson Band-Aid fortune.  Basia Piasecka was 34, a recent immigrant from Poland and a former […]
  • anatomy of reform

    Charles Bell and the Anatomy of Reform

    Carin Berkowitz
    Sir Charles Bell (1774–1842) was a medical reformer in a great age of reform—an occasional and reluctant vivisectionist, a theistic popularizer of natural science, a Fellow of the Royal Society, a surgeon, an artist, and a teacher. He was among the last of a generation of medical men who strove […]
  • The Price of Freedom

    The Price of Freedom

    Calvin Coolidge was one of the most popular presidents to occupy the White House. He exemplified character and values throughout his life and was Ronald Reagan's favorite president.  In The Price of Freedom, Coolidge lays out his philosophy of limited government with an emphasis on freedom for the citizenry.
  • A Dangerous Place

    A Dangerous Place

    Daniel Patrick Moynihan
    For eight months future Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan served the United States as its Ambassador to the United Nations. During a term of almost unprecedented controversy, editorial debate, and front-page headlines, he alerted both his country and the international forum to new forms of assault upon the idea of human […]
  • Why England Slept

    Why England Slept

    John F. Kennedy
    Why England Slept was John F. Kennedy’s supplement to Winston Churchill’s While England Slept. In his book, written during his senior year in college, Kennedy consults magazine and newspaper articles, speeches, memorandum, proposed and actual English expenditures and production, to explore the reasons why, subsequent to World War I, England […]

    Idiocy: And Its Treatment by the Physiological Method (1907)

    Born in Clamecy, France, Edward Seguin was educated at the college of Auxerre and Saint Louis, later studying medicine and surgery under Jean-Marc-Gaspard Itard. It was Itard who influenced Seguin to devote himself to the training of mentally defective children. In 1837, Seguin, under Itard’s guidance, took his first case. […]