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Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher Charles Moore
Charles Moore's bestselling and definitive biography of Britain's first female Prime Minister reaches its climax with the story of her zenith and her fall.
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On Politics
On Politics ALAN RYAN
This is a book about the answers that historians, philosophers, theologians, practising politicians and would-be revolutionaries have given to one question: how should human beings best govern themselves?
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Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality
Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality Jo Becker
Taking the reader from the Oval Office to the Supreme Court ruling, from state-by-state campaigns to an astounding shift in national public opinion, Forcing the Spring is political and legal journalism at its finest.
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Believer: My Forty Years in Politics
Believer: My Forty Years in Politics David Axelrod
Spanning forty years that include corruption and transformation, turmoil and progress, Believer takes readers behind the closed doors of politics even as it offers a thrilling call to democratic action. Axelrod's Believer is a powerful and inspiring memoir enlivened by the charm and candor of one of the greatest political strategists in recent American history.
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Excellent Daughters: The Secret Lives of Young Women Who Are Transforming the Arab World
Excellent Daughters: The Secret Lives of Young Women Who Are Transforming the Arab World Katherine Zoepf
Deeply informed, heartfelt, and urgent, Excellent Daughters brings us a new understanding of the changing Arab societies—from 9/11 to Tahrir Square to the rise of ISIS—and gives voice to the remarkable women at the forefront of this change
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Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror
Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror Michael V. Hayden
I bear no grudges, or at least not many, but I do want this to be a straightforward and readable history for that slice of the American population who depend on and appreciate intelligence, but who do not have the time to master its many obscure characteristics.'
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