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The End of Education: Redefining the Value of School
Neil Postman - The End of Education
In this comprehensive response to the education crisis, the author of Teaching as a Subversive Activity returns to the subject that established his reputation as one of our most insightful social critics. Postman presents useful models with which schools can restore a sense of purpose, tolerance, and a respect for...

By: Neil Postman
Editions available for purchase: 3
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Switching Sides: How a Generation of Historians Lost Sympathy for the Victims of the Salem Witch Hunt
Tony Fels - Switching Sides
For most historians living through the fascist and communist tyrannies that culminated in World War II and the Cold War, the Salem witch trials signified the threat to truth and individual integrity posed by mass ideological movements. Work on the trials produced in this era, including Arthur Miller’s The Crucible...

By: Tony Fels
Topics: American History, Witchcraft, Jury trials
Editions available for purchase: 2
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Return of the Golden Age: Ancient History and the Key to Our Collective Future
Edward Malkowski - Return of the Golden Age
Since the beginning of recorded history humanity has been in a continuous struggle over land and resources. It continues today despite the abundance we have created through scientific innovation and technology. Why such a struggle for resources exists has never been explained. Neither has the human drive to own, accumulate,...

By: Edward Malkowski
Topics: Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology
Editions available for purchase: 2
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Before the Pharaohs: Egypt's Mysterious Prehistory
Edward Malkowski - Before the Pharaohs
In the late nineteenth century, French explorer Augustus Le Plongeon, after years of research in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, concluded that the Mayan and Egyptian civilizations were related--as remnants of a once greater and highly sophisticated culture. The discoveries of modern researchers over the last two decades now support this once...

By: Edward Malkowski
Topics: Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology
Editions available for purchase: 2
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Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE: The History, Technology, and Philosophy of Civilization X
Edward Malkowski - Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE
Traditional Egyptologists have long resisted the notion that the architectural achievements of the Ancient Egyptians required the existence of a much more sophisticated technology than would have existed at that time. Yet, no records exist explaining how, why, or who built Egypt’s megalithic monuments and statues. The ancient Egyptians did,...

By: Edward Malkowski
Topics: Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology
Editions available for purchase: 2