On April 4, 1968, Senator Robert F.
Note from the author coming soon...
A primer on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, with an analysis of laws passed since 9/11.
In this highly anticipated follow-up to White Like Me, activist and educator Tim Wise examines the ways in which institutional racism continues to shape the contours of daily life in the United States
In this spellbinding lecture, delivered at Mt.
With the sacred cows of American politics practically begging for someone to puncture their pomposity, Will Durst hits them in the funniest places.
“Highly Recommended! A sharp one man show. Durst is at his sly, savvy best”
- The New York Times
“Funny! Combines the best elements of vintage George Carlin and Dennis Miller!”
- Daily News
“Smashing ‘Bashing!’ Brilliantly crafted! The natural successor to Mort Sahl…Rivals George Garlin!”
- The New York Post
“He’s perfected a verbal jitterbug of comedy taking on politics, war, and rhetoric”
- The New Yorker
The story of a relationship between Bob Levin, a workers' compensation lawyer in Berkeley, and Jimmy Don Polk, a disabled, homeless, pan handler.
From Publishers Weekly
Essays, poems, two plays, and excerpts from novels sample the witty satire and politically charged storytelling and cultural criticism that has made Reed one of the best known U.S. writers.
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