Nonfiction

Discussion Materials: Tales of a Rookie Wall Street Investment Banker

Publication Date: 03/31/2020

From “the now-former investment banking associate at Deutsche Bank who authored perhaps the most bracingly honest and no-f***s-given farewell email in the history of the form.” —Dealbreaker  (https://dealbreaker.com/2018/02/investment-banking-associate-leaving-deutsche-bank-writes-master-class-email-on-how-to-leave-deutsche-bank) A newly-minted MBA recounts his first years as a Wall Street investment banker—unredacted. “Why aren’t you using LTM EBITDA for credit metrics?” asked…

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The Disappearing People: The Tragic Fate of Christians in the Middle East

Publication Date: 03/31/2020

Islamic Persecution of minorities. Western indifference and complicity. The looming end of Christianity in the Middle East. For 1,400 years, the Christians of the Mideast lived under a system of sustained persecution as a distinct lower class of citizens under their Muslim rulers. Despite this systemic oppression, Christianity maintained a…

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Powering Prosperity: A Citizen’s Guide to Shaping the 21st Century

Publication Date: 03/31/2020

For better or worse, the choices citizens make today will shape human history for decades to come. Since the Global Financial Crisis, we have been approaching a crossroad in modern human history. The top 1 percent of people own more than half of the world’s wealth, while hundreds of millions suffer in…

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The File: Origins of the Munich Massacre

Publication Date: 03/31/2020

Over eighty years of international turmoil, discriminatory agendas, and vicious acts of violence.…this is the haunting Olympic history of Israel and Palestine. Four people living in Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem embark on distinct journeys that converge at “the file”; their efforts to admit Palestine to the Olympics in the…

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Living Spiritually in the Material World: The Lost Wisdom for Finding Inner Peace, Satisfaction, and Lasting Enthusiasm in Earthly Pursuits

Publication Date: 03/17/2020

You are holding a Christian self-help book based on the teaching of America’s early college presidents who—from the founding of Harvard in 1636 until the early twentieth century—inspired the most optimistic, prosperous, and generous society in history. For almost three hundred years, almost every American college was run by a…

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Fortune Favors The Brave: An Extraordinary Memoir

Publication Date: 03/03/2020

From inside an interrogation session with the Chinese Secret Police, a young American activist recounts her path into global human rights work—exploring critical lessons on privilege and compassion in the context of war and extreme suffering. When I was arrested by the Chinese military for launching a historic Tibetan Freedom…

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What Will You Drink?: Quenching Thirst Through the Ages

Publication Date: 03/03/2020

Grab your drink of choice and uncover the one thing we all have in common: a lifetime of beverages, from the ancient world to the modern era. Hot drinks, cold drinks, and everything in-between—this is the history of beverages through the ages. This book aims to describe the development of…

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Privileged Victims: How America’s Culture Fascists Hijacked the Country and Elevated Its Worst People

Publication Date: 02/25/2020

Privileged Victims dismantles America’s culture of mediocrity by exposing the tyranny driving identity politics and its suffocating obsession with race and gender. America’s worst ideas and people are rising to the top, thanks to a rancid culture that has turned every part of our lives into a fight between so-called “privilege”…

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The Seventh Power: One CEO’s Journey Into the Business of Shared Leadership

Publication Date: 02/25/2020

A corporate executive loses his voice and discovers a new pathway to organizational excellence built on the premise of dispersed power and shared leadership.  “Kevin Hancock’s personal journey holds universal messages for people at all levels of business and community. The Seventh Power’s new, more inclusive approach to leadership and management…

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There Was a Time: James Brown, The Chitlin’ Circuit, and Me

Publication Date: 02/25/2020

“Alan Leeds was a protegé of James Brown and a true historian of the world that nurtured the great entertainer. Alan was a witness to the vibrant black music scene of the ’60s and ’70s—whose book is both a memoir and a document of a lost world of sound.”—Nelson George,…

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