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1. Mid-Length [39682 words]Fish, Soap and Bonds by Larry Fondation [Politics/Government/People]
2. Mid-Length [31402 words]Terror-Dot-Gov by Harold Jaffe [Politics/Government]
3. Short [4600 words]Constitutional Repairs by Thomas Wingate [Politics/Government/General Nonfiction]
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1 America's Crisis: The Direct Democracy and Direct Education Solution
by Daniel B. Jeffs
  Frustrated by the Presidential Elections, Media, Politics and Government? Read America's Crisis to Find Out What You Can Do About It. America is steeped in uncertainty. Through the last half of this century our society has been assaulted by selfish interests and battered by the failures of good intentions. We have been subjected to political terrorism, social aggression, legal anarchy and media-driven chaos. Our public schools have become factories of ignorance and warehouses of violence. Yet th... more info>> (Published: 1999)

Words: 122862 - Reading Time: 351-491 min.
Category: Politics/Government/Education

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2 Constitutional Repairs
by Thomas Wingate
  This book presumes that a constitutional convention is in session. A far smaller body met for the same purpose in Philadelphia in 1787. What should your delegates discuss? (Published: 2005)

Words: 4600 - Reading Time: 13-18 min.
Category: Politics/Government/General Nonfiction
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3 Escape From Iran
by Darius Radmanesh
  Born in 1969 in Kirksville, Missouri to a Cherokee mother and an Iranian father, Darius Radmanesh spent the first nine years of his life like any other precocious boy growing up in small town America. In 1978, Darius's father moved the family to Iran where their lives were forever changed by the Islamic Revolt of 1979. Raised as a Christian, Darius and his family endured appalling incidents inflicted by the Iranian government while dodging attacks from Iraqi bomber raids. At the age of sixteen... more info>> (Published: 2011)

Words: 43246 - Reading Time: 123-172 min.
Category: Politics/Government

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4 Fish, Soap and Bonds
by Larry Fondation
  Fish, Soap and Bonds follows the movements of three homeless persons on the unforgiving streets of Los Angeles. Through their eyes we experience both the depths and heights of humanity: hate and discrimination, sacrifice and redemption. This is the third in Fondation's series of "LA Stories." (Published: 2007)

Words: 39682 - Reading Time: 113-158 min.
Category: Politics/Government/People

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5 Havana: Killing Castro
by David Pereda
  When an old fisherman is gunned down on a Mexican beach, prominent Miami surgeon Raymond Peters becomes the prime suspect. The dead fisherman is believed to be Fidel Castro, whom Peters helped disguise through clandestine plastic surgery on a trip to Cuba two years earlier. In order to save his own life, the beleaguered doctor must find the killers and retrieve a mysterious journal while outwitting a ruthless woman assassin named Marcela, sent by Castro's brother Raul. (Published: 2010)

Words: 82828 - Reading Time: 236-331 min.
Category: Politics/Government/Suspense/Thriller

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6 Terror-Dot-Gov
by Harold Jaffe
  As in Harold Jaffe's two previous "docufiction" collections, False Positive and 15 Serial Killers, the author of Terror-Dot-Gov selects then "treats" his texts such that the reader is incapable of distinguishing between fact and fiction. That ambiguity permits Jaffe to cunningly tease out the contradictions and subtexts of official "news" or "information" and torque it into what it so often is fundamentally: jingoism, xenophobia and propaganda. Jaffe's subject in Terror-Dot-Gov is not the everyw... more info>> (Published: 2005)

Words: 31402 - Reading Time: 89-125 min.
Category: Politics/Government
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7 The Flight of the Intellectuals [Secure]
by Paul Berman
  Twenty years ago, Ayatollah Khomeini called for the assassination of Salman Rushdie--and writers around the world instinctively rallied to Rushdie's defense. Today, according to writer Paul Berman, “Rushdie has metastasized into an entire social class”--an ever-growing group of sharp-tongued critics of Islamist extremism, especially critics from Muslim backgrounds, who survive only because of pseudonyms and police protection. And yet, instead of being applauded, the Rushdies of today... more info>>
Category: Politics/Government

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