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You are invited into the classroom of one of America’s best social psychology professors to explore surprising insights into the science of our behavior and the secrets of understanding people. Do you ever wish you better understood why people do what they do? What governs our thoughts and actions? How we influence others and vice versa? This eye-opening audio course introduces you to the science of human social psychology and offers surprising answers to these and many other questions. Our social situations can lead us to act in unexpected ways. Depending on the context, we can soar with boundless joy or get mired in frustration and aggression. Sometimes we demonstrate deep...read more
This is the first narrative of the Civil War told by the very people that it freed. Groundbreaking, compelling, and poignant, The Slaves' War delivers an unprecedented vision of the nation's bloodiest conflict. An acclaimed historian of nineteenth-century and African American history, Andrew Ward gives us the first narrative of the Civil War told from the perspective of those whose destiny it decided. Woven together from interviews, diaries, letters, and memoirs, here is the Civil War as seen not only from battlefields and camps but also from slave quarters, kitchens, roadsides, and fields. Speaking in a quintessentially American language of biblical power and intensity, body servants,...read more