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  • Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution

    Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution

    Germaine de Stael
    One of the most fascinating, intelligent, and influential thinkers of her time, Germaine de Stael, was born into a wealthy and distinguished Swiss family. Her mother held a famous salon attended by such celebrities as Voltaire and Diderot, and her father, Jacques Necker, was Louis XVI’s minister of finance and […]
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    Take the hassle out of your holiday gifting by selecting this option and mail the gift directly to the recipient. Any items with the GIFT WRAPPING selection will be beautifully wrapped and will receive a packing slip (to show who the gift is from) rather than a receipt. And be […]
  • Wealth and Poverty

    Wealth and Poverty

    George Gilder - SIGNED
    Hailed as "the guide to capitalism," Wealth and Poverty is one of the most famous economic books of all time and has sold more than one million copies since its first release. In this influential classic, Gilder explains and makes the case for supply-side economics, proves the moral superiority of free-market […]
  • Slouching Towards Gomorrah

    Slouching Towards Gomorrah

    Robert Bork
    In this book, Bork offers a prophetic and unprecedented view of a culture in decline, a nation in such serious moral trouble that its very foundation is crumbling: a nation that slouches not towards the Bethlehem envisioned by the poet Yeats in 1919, but towards Gomorrah. Slouching Towards Gomorrah is a penetrating, […]
  • The Trial of Eugene Aram

    The Trial of Eugene Aram

    Eric Watson with a special introduction by Alan Dershowitz
    Is it possible that a true academic genius – “a finished artist, in philology, a true pioneer, genuine scholar” – could commit a brutal, premeditated murder?  That is the question raised by British Trial of Eugene Aram in 1759. The alleged victims' skeletons were discovered 15 years after their murders. Houseman […]
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh

    The Epic of Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh is a Babylonian epic from three thousand years ago, which tells of King Gilgamesh's friendship with the wild man Enkidu and his pursuit of immortality when Enkidu dies. It is a story about human relationships, loss and grief, the confrontation with death, the destruction of nature, insomnia and restlessness, finding […]
  • Paul: The Pagans' Apostle

    Paul: The Pagans’ Apostle

    Paula Fredriksen
    Often seen as the author of timeless Christian theology, Paul himself heatedly maintained that he lived and worked in history’s closing hours. His letters propel his readers into two ancient worlds, one Jewish, one pagan. The first was incandescent with apocalyptic hopes, expecting God through his messiah to fulfill his […]
  • Augustus


    E. S. Shuckburgh
    Augustus was perhaps the most successful ruler in history. He found his world on the verge of collapse. He evoked order out of chaos, established what was practically a new form of government without too violent breach with the past, breathed fresh meaning into old names and institutions, and could […]
  • Revolutionary Characters

    Revolutionary Characters

    Gordon Wood
    Revolutionary Characters offers a series of brilliantly illuminating studies of the men who came to be known as the founding fathers. Each life is considered in the round, but the thread that binds the work together and gives it the cumulative power of a revelation is this idea of character as […]
  • On Religion

    On Religion

    Benjamin Constant
    Benjamin Constant’s massive study of humanity’s religious forms and development was published in five volumes between 1824 and 1831. Constant regarded On Religion, worked on over the course of many years, as perhaps his most important philosophical work. He called it “the only interest, the only consolation of my life,” […]

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  • The Trend of Economic Thinking

    F. A. Hayek
    "The Trend of Economic Thinking" captures Hayek’s views on political economists and economic history—on Mandeville, Hume, Cantillon, Adam Smith, and Henry Thornton. Framed by insightful editorial notes, the book provides a fascinating introduction to the historical context of political economy and the evolution of monetary practices. In a highlight of […]
  • Conservative Votes, Liberal Victories

    Patrick J. Buchanan
    "Conservative Votes, Liberal Victories" was influential conservative commentator Pat Buchanan's first book.  Published in 1975 in the wake of Nixon's resignation, the book addresses the question of why the political right has been such a success in the political arena, and such a manifest failure in influencing public policy. Conservatives […]
  • The Theory of Moral Sentiments

    Adam Smith
    Best known for his revolutionary free-market economics treatise 'The Wealth of Nations', Adam Smith was first and foremost a moral philosopher. In his first book, 'The Theory of Moral Sentiments', he investigated the interest of the greater good. Smith's classic work advances ideas about conscience, moral judgment, and virtue. He outlines his view […]
  • Frederick Douglass

    Booker T. Washington
    This biography, written by Booker T. Washington, one of most important post-Civil War African-American thinkers, is an account of the life and career of Frederick Douglass. Washington's account encompasses the experiences of Frederick Douglass as a slave and then as a public man, through the anti-slavery movement, the Civil War, […]

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