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Tract: Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom
Michael Rectenwald - The Google Archipelago
Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom begins with familiar cultural politics as points of entry to the book's theme regarding the reach, penetration, and soon the ubiquity of the digital world. In a book about enormous...
By: Michael Rectenwald
Topics: Ethical issues: censorship, Ethical issues: scientific, technological and medical developments
Editions available: 2
Tract: To Win a Nuclear War
Daniel Axelrod - Michio Kaku - To Win a Nuclear War
Provides a startling glimpse into secret U.S. plans to initiate a nuclear war from 1945 to the present. Based on recently declassified Top Secret documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this book meticulously traces how U.S. policy makers...
By: Michio Kaku
Topics: Nuclear weapons, Arms negotiation and control
Editions available: 2
Tract: Trump vs. Clinton: In Their Own Words
James Patterson - Trump vs. Clinton: In Their Own Words
A clear and honest guide to the opinions and views of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, from wit and wisdom to important issues in America.
By: James Patterson
Topics: Political
Editions available: 3
Tract: Brainwashed
Sally Satel - Brainwashed
What would it mean to live in a world in which people are simply mechanical devices responding to natural laws beyond their control, bobbing like corks in a sea of causes? If determinism is true, then the consequences are profound...
By: Scott O. Lilienfeld
Topics: Neurosciences
Editions available: 3
Tract: What Does It Mean to Be White?
Robin DiAngelo - What Does It Mean to Be White?

What does it mean to be white in a society that proclaims race meaningless, yet is deeply divided by race? In the face of pervasive racial inequality and segregation, most white people cannot answer that question.

In the second edition...

By: Robin DiAngelo
Topics: Racist Ideology
Editions available: 3
Tract: The Unified Cycle Theory How Cycles Dominate the Structure of the Universe and Influence Life on Earth
Stephen J. Puetz - Unified Cycle Theory
Documented cycles range widely in diversity. They include fluctuations in the stock market, commodity prices, economic activity, wars, civilizations, global climate, ice-ages, geological formations, and abundance of life on Earth.
By: Stephen J. Puetz
Topics: Science and Math, System Theory, Energy Production and Extraction
Editions available: 1
Tract: Beyond Born Again: Towards Evangelical Maturity
Robert M. Price - Beyond Born Again
In this critique of modern evangelicals, theologian and writer Robert M. Price outlines several of the difficulties to be found in traditional evangelical apologetics, such as the evangelical defense of the historical reliability of the gospels, the resurrection of Jesus...
By: Robert M. Price
Topics: Evangelism: Christianity, Biblical Criticism
Editions available: 3
Tract: Inerrant the Wind: The Evangelical Crisis of Biblical Authority
Robert M. Price - Inerrant the Wind
Conservative Protestantism in America has always wrestled with doctrinal controversies over issues ranging from predestination to the mode of baptism, from charismatic gifts to biblical prophecy. But probably none has threatened the American evangelical movement as much as the recent...
By: Robert M. Price
Topics: History of religion
Editions available: 2
Tract: Mechanism based approaches for rescuing and enhancing cognition
Mechanism based approaches for rescuing and enhancing cognition
Progress toward pharmacological means for enhancing memory and cognition has been retarded by the widely discussed failure of behavioral studies in animals to predict human outcomes. As a result, a number of groups have targeted cognition-related neurobiological mechanisms in animal...
By: Gary Lynch
Topics: Neurosciences
Editions available: 0
Tract: The Myth of American Meritocracy and Other Essays
Ron Unz - The Myth of American Meritocracy
We live in an era when issues of race and ethnicity are central to our national politics, yet their candid discussion is a dangerous minefield, widely avoided. For more than two decades, Ron Unz has regularly traversed this territory, applying...
By: Ron Unz
Topics: Autobiography: philosophy and social sciences
Editions available: 1