This account echoes the much needed message of hope and change today, some 40 years after Kennedy's death.
A guide to creating personal, social, and political change, stitch by stitch.
The Editors of The Nation have compiled this guide to the 21st-century American Left.
Graham Greene’s development as a writer is described in this, his autobiography. While he denies his genius, Greene constantly if disarmingly reaffirms it.
With a novella, Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz takes readers inside Egyptian culture and politics in the 1960s and early 1970s.
Red Highways captures the essence of America in a political time capsule, its author changing time zones and hoping to change minds.
Newsweek editor Marcus Mabry examines the life of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and how she rose to power and influence.
An interesting study about Pakistan and how it came to be.
Spies are ghosts.
“One of you is a spy!”