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Atkinson's acclaimed Liberation Trilogy began with an account of the 1942 Allied fighting in North Africa in An Army at Dawn, followed with the struggle in Italy and Sicily in 1943 in The Day of Battle, and concludes here, with the American-led victory in Western Europe.

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Mika Brzezinski has had a long struggle with food—worrying about what and how much to eat, feeling guilty about eating junk rather than vegetables.

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To understand U.S. involvement in conflicts ranging from Guatemala to Congo to Vietnam, it's necessary to look at the lives of the Dulles brothers, John Foster, who was secretary of state, and Alan, who headed the CIA.

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With medical advice constantly changing, it can be hard to tell fads from sound practices.

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If you lived in first-century Palestine and encountered a charismatic visionary named Jesus, what would you think?

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Chua and Rubenfeld explain their theory in an attempt to answer the questions: how did America get here and where is it going, live at Politics and Prose in Washington, D.C.

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Lethem's tenth novel is a sweeping look at American life and politics from the 1930s to today as experienced by Rose Zimmer of Sunnyside, Queens, and her daughter, Miriam.

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Michio Kaku discusses his new book at Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C. This event was recorded live on March 28, 2014.

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Eugene Allen worked as the White House butler for thirty-four years, serving eight presidents. Wil Haygood, author of acclaimed biographies of Sugar Ray Robinson, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Adam Clayton Powell, published a front-page feature on Allen in The Washington Post.

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Shavit, Haaretz columnist and one of Israel's leading television commentators, combines the stories of a wide range of individuals--his grandfather, Jaffa orange growers, Masada activists, Holocaust survivors, settlers, and entrepreneurs…

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