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  • The Laws

    The Laws

    In these last of his dialogues Plato sketches the basic political structure and laws of an ideal city named Magnesia.
  • Theophrastus and the Greek Physiological Psychology before Aristotle

    Theophrastus and the Greek Physiological Psychology before Aristotle

    George Malcolm Stratton (1917)
    Theophrastus of Erosos - his original name was Tyrtamus, and it is thought that Aristotle gave him the nickname Theophrastus as a comment on his powers of conversation - succeeded Aristotle as the head of the Peripatetic school of Athens. This book on ancient Greek physiological psychology includes Stratton's essays […]
  • Mystery of Capital

    Mystery of Capital

    Hernando de Soto
    This book revolutionizes our understanding of what capital is - and why, since the collapse of communism, capitalism has continued to fail the majority of mankind. A renowned economist’s classic book on capitalism in the developing world, showing how property rights are the key to overcoming poverty. “The hour of […]
  • A Republic

    A Republic, Not an Empire

    Pat Buchanan - SIGNED
    A Republic, Not an Empire is Pat Buchanan’s erudite and eloquent plea for a new American foreign policy. To avoid a future of endless war, he offers a new policy rooted in America’s greatest traditions. This is the story of how American statesmen, through vision and courage, quadrupled the size […]
  • Men in Black

    Men in Black

    Mark Levin
    Mark Levin is a radio talk show host and legal scholar. Men in Black is Mark Levin's classic commentary on the history of the Supreme Court. Levin demonstrates how the court has not resisted the temptation to inject the political preferences of its members in its decisions, and in doing […]
  • Game of Shadows: Barry Bonds, BALCO, and the Steroids Scandal that Rocked Professional Sports

    Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams
    For years, in the shadowy reaches of the world of sports, there were rumors that some of our nation's greatest athletes were using steroids, human growth hormone, and other drugs to run faster, jump higher, and hit harder. But as track stars blazed their way to Olympic medals and sluggers […]
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    The Treasury of the Encyclopaedia Britannica

    Although The Encyclopaedia Britannica has presented the last word on the knowledge of its time since its first edition in 1768, never before have the most compelling articles from its fifteen editions been collected in a single volume. The daunting task of selecting the best of these respected words of […]
  • The Essays of Montaigne

    The Essays of Montaigne SOLD OUT

    translated by Charles Cotton
    The Essays of Michael Seigneur de Montaigne: with Notes and Quotations, and Account of the Authors Life is a combination of numerous essays by the influential philosopher and essayist Michael Seigneur de Montaigne. His essays are written with honesty, skepticism, and at times humor expressing his perceptions on human error. […]
  • Sale! The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table

    The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table

    Oliver Wendell Holmes
    The book is a delightful and witty series of essays. The essays are primarily one-sided dialogue with conversations between the unnamed speaker and the residents of a boarding house at a breakfast table. These amusing conversations cover a wide range and topics and give entertaining observations of character.  This edition […]
  • Inventing the Middle Ages

    Inventing the Middle Ages

    Norman Cantor
    In this ground-breaking work, Norman Cantor explains how our current notion of the Middle Ages-with its vivid images of wars, tournaments, plagues, saints and kings, knights and ladies-was born in the twentieth century. The medieval world was not simply excavated through systematic research. It had to be conceptually created: It […]
  • Sale! The Matrimonial Trials of Henry VIII

    The Matrimonial Trials of Henry VIII

    Henry Ansgar Kelly
    These are the trials that arguably changed the course of English history and subsequently redefined the course of Western Civilization.  These trials led to England's permament break with the Catholic Church and contributed to the success of the Protestant Reformation.  The marriages, divorces, annulments, and beheadings that were central to […]
  • Three Felonies a Day - SIGNED

    Three Felonies a Day

    Harvey Silverglate - SIGNED with a special intro by Alan Dershowitz
    Civil liberties attorney Harvey Silverglate makes the compelling case in Three Felonies A Day that federal prosecutors are abusing their power by using the criminal law to prosecute law-abiding citizens. Silverglate believes that we are in danger of becoming a society in which prosecutors alone become judges, juries and executioners […]

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