The Essential Ronald Reagan

The Essential Ronald Reagan recounts the extraordinary life and career of a great American president from his small-town Midwestern roots through his Hollywood film star days to his presidential role as redeemer of the American dream and victorious leader in the Cold War. Fifteen years after leaving the White House, Ronald Reagan is already ranked…

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Natural Law: The Foundation of an Orderly Economic System

Natural Law: The Foundation of an Orderly Economic System, authored by Professor Alberto M. Piedra, was published in November 2004 by Lexington Books. Publisher: “This innovative book shows the value of appeals to a governing, natural law and attendant principles such as the common good, subsidiarity, hierarchy, spiritual welfare, the reciprocity of freedom and authority, and…

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America Alone

Used wisely, America’s immense military power can preserve freedom but used unwisely, it can fracture global stability. Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke argue, that as long as neo-conservative radicals dominate the nation’s national security process, fracture is more likely. 

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My Vision of America

As President of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan continually emphasized the values to which he attributed American greatness. These were, first and foremost, support of political and economic liberty, private initiative, tradition, and patriotism.

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Covering the Intifada

A pathbreaking study of both electronic and print coverage by the elite U.S. media during the second Palestinian uprising against Israel. The author assesses the charge of media bias and discusses whether the Fourth Estate has lived up to its claim to provide an informed, accurate, and dispassionate “first draft” of history.

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Faith, Family, Friends

In this engaging and elegantly written memoir, Thomas Patrick Melady describes how his personal and educational experiences as well as his involvement with the Catholic Church and the Republican Party shaped his character in academia and public service.

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