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by Henry Jones Ford
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Written in 1920 by Princeton Professor Henry Jones Ford, Alexander Hamilton follows the life of the father of American finance.

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by Plato
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One of the most famous works of western civilization, The Apology is Plato's account of the trial of Socrates.

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by Benjamin Franklin
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One of the most widely read autobiographies of all time, Franklin's unfinished work is much more than a retelling of a life. It is a recipe for a self-made man. Franklin's pluck and ceaseless ingenuity capture the spirit of revolutionary America.

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by Hermann Hagedorn
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Well written and admiring biography of Theodore Roosevelt. Hagedorn received the blessing and full cooperation of Roosevelt's family. The result is a richly fascinating portrait filled with charming anecdotes rarely found in presidential biographies.

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by Henry David Thoreau
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Classic essay by Thoreau explaining why he went to jail rather than submit to a tax he felt unjust, Civil Disobedience served as inspiration to both Gandhi and Tolstoy and continues to be regarded as a definitive statement of the rights of the individual within the state.

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by Caleb Bingham
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Written in 1797 to serve as a primer for those wishing to master oratory skills the Columbian Orator includes speeches by William Pitt, George Washington and Julius Caesar.

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by Thomas Paine
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Written in the early months of 1776, Paine's forceful and cogent pamphlet brought the notion of American Independence into the mainstream.

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by Karl Marx
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Undoubtedly one of the most influential writings of all time, the Communist Manifesto divided the globe for almost a century.

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by George Washington
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George Washington's last and perhaps greatest missive to America, the address is best known for its warning against entangling foreign alliances and the formation of political parties.

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by James Madison
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James Madison's first and greatest contribution to the work that would become known as the Federalist Papers. In #10 Madison turns on its head the centuries old maxim that representative government could survive only in small republics.

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