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Vienna 1913: Monumental Historical Figures
Former CEO, King Broadcasting Company
An amazing recent discovery of a handwritten diary from 1913 proves that such historic personalities as Freud, Adler, Wittgenstein, Hitler, Stalin, Schoenberg, Berg, Kokoschka, Klimt and Schiele knew each other intimately.
11 Scapegoats In History
The blame game is one of mankind's oldest rituals. After disaster, we invariably look for someone whom we can hold responsible.
Christopher Hitchens: Reason in Revolt
Editor, Truthdig.com; Author, 'They Know Everything About You'
Sadly, a life force that I had assumed as an indissoluble part of our political and literary landscape, as well as my own close circle of friends, has ended, and with it an indispensable element of our collective moral code.
Of Teachers and History: A Brooklyn Memoir
Historian & Professor Emerita, CUNY-Brooklyn College
I'm often struck by the fact that although everybody has one, a history that is, one's individual stories are seldom considered to be connected to "history."
: Memoir of an Untamed Public Intellectual
Professor of Psychology and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
In an age where too many pundits are anxious not to offend allies in their own camp and not to take too many risks with their opponents, Hitchens is a reminder of the irreplaceable role of the untamed intellectual .
An Audio Book Review: Forget Butch and Sundance, Etta's the Real Star Here
Media, Presentation and Speech trainer, speech writer and foun...
In this imaginative and fictional biography, Etta Place can shoot a gun as well as Annie Oakley, ride a horse like Buffalo Bill and rob banks with the skill of an experienced outlaw.
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