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  • John B. George

    On August 7, 1942, Allied forces landed on Guadalcanal with the aim of relieving pressure that the Japanese were putting upon Allied supply and communication routes. It was the first major offensive by Allied forces against the Empire of Japan. John B. George's wonderful account of his early overseas experiences as a rifleman in the Guadalcanal campaign presents the viewpoint not of a brass hat, but instead of doughboy who saw the conflict from the ground. He begins with the story of his early years in the 132nd Infantry of the Illinois National Guard, training on the ranges in various ranges across America, before he and his regiment were inducted into the United States Army just months...read more

  • Robert F. Williams

    Contains two essays by Martin Luther King Jr. concerning the role of violence in the civil rights movement. During the height of the Civil Rights Movement, Robert Williams organized armed self-defense against the racist violence of the Ku Klux Klan. This is the story of his movement, first established in Monroe, NC. As prologue, the issues raised by events in Monroe are weighted by Truman Nelson and Martin Luther King...read more

  • J. Rogers

    First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the...read more

  • Murray Rothbard

    Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this book is his most powerful statement on the topic. He explains what a state is and what it is not. He shows how it is an institution that violates all that we hold as honest and moral, and how it operates under a false cover. He shows how the state wrecks freedom, destroys civilization, and threatens all lives and property and social wellbeing, all under the veneer of "good...read more

  • Arnold Ehret

    First published in 1910, this classic book is considered Ehret's health masterpiece. He explains how to successfully conduct and complete a fast in order to gain maximum strength and energy for joyful living. Also included are essays based on Ehret's teachings by Fred Hirsch and long-time devotee Teresa...read more

  • Lerone Bennett

    The black experience in America, starting from its origins in Western Africa up to 1961, is examined in this seminal study from a prominent African American figure. The entire historical timeline of African Americans is addressed, from the Colonial period through the civil rights upheavals of the late 1950s to 1961, the time of publication. Before the Mayflower grew out of a series of articles Bennett published in Ebony magazine regarding the trials and triumphs of a group of Americans whose roots in the American soil are deeper than the roots of the Puritans who arrived on the celebrated Mayflower a year after a 'Dutch man of war' deposited 20 Negroes at Jamestown. Bennett's history is...read more

  • Satoshi Nakamoto

    Bitcoin is a free open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for...read more

  • J. A. Rogers

    First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the...read more

  • Dale Carnegie

    The purpose of this booklet is to show you how to use a formula that will help you get blow-torch results, in speeches, business conferences, sales letters, interviews, advertisements, and talks at home with your wife and children. It is a formula to use in any talk that ask for...read more

  • Murray N. Rothbard

    Description: Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this book is his most powerful statement on the topic. He explains what a state is and what it is not. He shows how it is an institution that violates all that we hold as honest and moral, and how it operates under a false cover. He shows how the state wrecks freedom, destroys civilization, and threatens all lives and property and social wellbeing, all under the veneer of 'good intentions'....read more

  • Manly P. Hall

    Scientists refer to the pineal gland as the atrophied third eye. Indeed, it, along with the pituitary, is the third eye chakra or energy center, but are more dormant than atrophied. According to Max Heindels, in the distant past, man was in touch with the inner worlds through an activated pineal and pituitary gland. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the third eye has always been important in initiating psychic powers (e.g. clairvoyance and seeing auras). Manly traces the historical significance of the gland and its spiritual...read more

  • Carlos A. Llorens

    You are in possession of one of humans most ever jealously guarded treasures! This knowledge has been passed down, not written, but verbally through the ages... Since ancient times men has insatiably searched for answers, and during the early times of our consciousness on this planet, we had a much pure mind and body, which allowed us to discern things better, with more agility and clarity, during which times we were able to obtain the awareness to how certain things work, specially how we interact with ourselves and our environment; the discoveries were astonishing, divine and magical to be conservative; those discoveries changed the course of humanity forever!!!... Those discoveries...read more

  • Manly P. Hall

    We regard growth as a natural process but the phenomenon of unfoldment is actually a revelation of the release of the spiritual potential with which all creatures have been endowed. Evolution is actually a kind of ideation or an expansion of consciousness through bodies. Jacob Boehme, the German mystic, describes the soul as a tree with its roots in the heart and its branches extending through all the regions of space. The fruit of this tree is for the healing of the nations, and the shade which it provides is consolation and protection for those who are weary of worldliness. The sacred institutions of both Eastern and Western nations have taught the science of human regeneration. They have...read more

  • Immanuel Kant

    Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals (1785; German: Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der Sitten; also known as the Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals, Grounding of the Metaphysics of Morals, and the Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals) is the first of Immanuel Kant's mature works on moral philosophy and remains one of the most influential in the field. Kant conceives his investigation as a work of foundational ethics—one that clears the ground for future research by explaining the core concepts and principles of moral theory, and showing that they are normative for rational agents. Kant purposes to lay bare the fundamental principle of morality and show that it applies to us....read more

  • Osborne Russell

    Journal of a Trapper is one of the most important first hand accounts of the mountain man era. In it, Russell provides a detailed narrative describing the day-to-day life of an ordinary trapper in the Rocky Mountains. The Journal begins when Russell hired on with Nathaniel Wyeth's second expedition to the west. He participated in the establishment of Fort Hall, and later became a free trapper. He trapped for nine years in the greater Yellowstone region before leaving the mountains to settle in...read more

  • J. A. Rogers

    This is the classic story of a multiple day conversation between a Southern racist politician and an eloquent and educated African American. This story is not just about a conversation about race and the equality of all men but it also shows how disagreements can be had in a civil manner, which is important especially in this day and...read more

  • Gabriel Agbo

    It is time for you to move forward! One of the greatest gifts the LORD gives to us is the ability to recognize when to wait at a particular position or in a circumstance, and when to advance into the next phase of our destiny. Like the scriptures will always make us to know that there is time for everything. There is a time to stay on and also time to move. The time to stay is when God specifically tells you to do so, or when you are not very sure of what He wants you to do. But when you have heard from Him or you are fully aware of His will in a particular situation, then that is just the best time to move in and possess whatever He has promised you. Our success in life largely depends on...read more