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by Deb Cupples
A nonpartisan and plain-language guide, this book covers basics about American Government and includes a copy of the United States Constitution. Understanding your government will make you (1) less likely to be misled by agenda-driven politicians or media figures and (2) more likely to have a say in how government affects your life.
The following concepts are among those covered in this book: the Rule of Law; checks and balances; separation of powers; types of laws; people’s rights and the government’s powers; the three branches of government and how they (are supposed to) function; influences on our government; ways that our government is broken; and ways that We the People can help fix it.
Deborah Cupples is a law-school professor and an attorney. As well as law, she studied political science and English. Before starting law school, she ran a small business in the Florida Keys. She understands that knowledge is a crucial step toward empowerment and hopes to play a part in helping people empower themselves.
In contemporary history, unregulated and unfair capitalism has worked to undercut a majority of Americans, denying them in many cases the opportunity to fully pursue their happiness. Those at the top of a “representative” government and the ultra wealthy in society enrich themselves on the labors of a middle-class. To the Front of the Bus:… [Read More]
by Melina Druga
Crime is rampant. People live in fear. Government officials and the media offer solutions. Sounds like life in the 21st century. But it isn’t. It’s the 1910s: a decade filled with a myriad of crimes, including missing-person cases, robbery, arson and – of course – murder. Heinous: Forgotten Murders From the 1910s examines… [Read More]
A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the genre. The chronology includes all science fiction films from 1940 to 1949. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each has been… [Read More]
by Tracy Lawson
Jediah Hill (1793-1859) was a farmer and businessman who, around 1820, built a sawmill on the bank of the West Fork of Mill Creek near Mount Pleasant, a village situated about halfway between Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio. A few years later, Henry Rogers (1806-1896), soon to become Jediah’s son-in-law, joined him in the business. In1838,… [Read More]