Before they were founders, they were fighters.
An invitation to the enduring genius of Mark Twain.
Understanding the rulings that have made history, and the men and women who fashioned them.
A reader's guide to the Nobel Laureate.
Five books to illuminate two of history's greatest minds.
Was the 18th Amendment a "noble experiment" or self-righteous folly?
Essential documents of the Latino experience in the U.S. and elsewhere.
The shapely pleasures of a favorite food.
Chronicles of ambition, architecture, history, and labor.
Five essential reads from one of the defining voices of a century.
Reading to illuminate and remember the beginning of the Atomic Age, and its attendant nightmares.
Five volumes to accompany an island sojourn—real or imagined.
Good reading for easy riders.
Five foamy reads.
(His 135th birthday is July 26.)
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