The history of labor during wartime is an enticing subject, the history of labor during World War II especially so.
Kesey is best remembered for his novels "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"and"Sometimes a Great Notion."
Whole libraries are dedicated to the study of Lincoln; Buhle's synopsis, reflecting all the warts and charm of his subject, might a good place to begin.
Just reading the notes at the end of every chapter is an education. The writers' research is deep and wide.
"The End Of American Labor Unions" is a good little book, packed with insight and analysis.
She's best known as the author of Harry Potter, which has achieved worldwide reknown, won multiple awards, and sold more than 400 million copies.
"Race To Revolution: The United States And Cuba During Slavery And Jim Crow" should be read especially now, as relations are renewed with Cuba.
Ernest Hemingway (July 21, 1899 - July 2, 1961) was one of America's most popular authors.
This is the only book on the assassination recommended by the Kennedy family.
Theater Review: Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird; the Theatricum has its finger on the American pulse.