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Books such as Permission to Steal, about the financial scandals that staggered Wall Street recently, or The Price of Loyalty about the Bush White House, give readers an in-depth look and a full perspective on some aspect of current affairs. Instructive and important, these books offer an opportunity to investigate a current event and perhaps learn from it, so as not to make the same mistakes. You will definitely want to pick a good book, however, because a poorly-written or inaccurate telling can at best waste your time and at worst leave you misinformed. Start in our database of thoughtful articles and reviews. Read about the books that discuss current affairs, learn about their strengths and weaknesses, and decide if the authors have the inside access and expertise you trust. If you have a website of blog that focuses on current events in culture, politics or business, this is your source for book review content.

Displaying 1-6 of 6 result(s).In Review – The Mole People (1993)

Posted by JimLesses. Published on Aug 22, 2009There were many times during my stay in New York City in the spring of 2008, when I stood on a subway platform beneath the streets of Manhattan, and watched some work detail, or maintenance squad disappear into the dark, dimly lit tunnels of the New York subway system. Jennifer Toth's 'The Mole People' is not a story about the thousands of maintenance men and women working for the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority. Instead, the book tells the story of thousands of New York's homeless who turn abandoned subway tunnels deep underneath Manhattan into their homes.Rewards Of Immigrant's Heritage Language Transfer

Posted by SojiOyenuga. Published on May 06, 2009What joys and pleasures are stored in for you, when your future generation settled abroad, speak to you in your heritage language. It is every parents' pride and joy to see their children amounting into great men and women. It is very fulfilling for every immigrant parent who have left all that they grew up to know behind, venturing into the unknown seeking a better life for themselves and their children.Nuclear Weapons And Terrorism – An Evil Mix

Posted by LanceWinslow. Published on Apr 18, 2009Some say that terrorists with nuclear weapons is not a matter of "if" but when, and that is enough to scare anyone. Perhaps, you'd like to learn a little about just how serious this is.We Can Have Peace In The Holy Land – A Plan That Will Work – By Jimmy Carter – Book Review

Posted by MohamedHimed. Published on Mar 12, 2009Former President Jimmy Carter is one of the first to establish a peace agreement between Israel and one of her neighboring countries. He believes he has the formula for making peace with the Palestinians in his new book "We Can have Peace in the Holy Land."Of Balancing And Conditioning

Posted by ImranZaka. Published on Dec 27, 2008The political leaders across the world acting the Oracle of Delphi- courtesy their acquired instinct and innate desire, are making adjustments in their native reactions, the purpose is to secure and fortify their place against the onslaught of entrepreneurial advances – (technology driven). But history serving as an operational analysis tool introduces to us the dangers of such a romance; it introduces to us the relics of gory deeds, and warns us against the backlash of aggression. It also introduces to us three cliques-mind sets such as the intellectuals, aggressors and opportunists.Ninety Miles – Cuban Journeys In The Age Of Castro By Ian Michael James

Posted by JoyCagil. Published on Nov 12, 2008In this book, the forefront the tragic story of a divided country under a dictator's fierce regime is brought to view. The stories of three displaced Cubans highlight the trauma of all Cubans in our time.Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.