CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TITLES
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BY DAVID ROTHSTEIN
JOURNEY TO CAHABA
Laura Connor is a Northerner from Indiana whose husband, Thomas, is injured and captured by the Confederates in a Civil War battle. Laura decides to go to his prison camp in Alabama and plead for his release. The novel is an astonishing account of her brave 900-mile journey through the heart of the fighting, as well as a graphically powerful and heartbreaking account of a nation at war with itself.
BY CARLA SPIVACK
ROBBING WOMEN: HOW FAMILY PROPERTY LAW (STILL) CHEATS WOMEN, AND HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR WEALTH
The author, a leading authority on women's property law, and professor of law at Oklahoma City University School of Law, outlines the frequently unfair position married women face over shared assets and inheritances, and the actions they can take to improve their lot. With an introduction by Naomi Cahn, George Washington University law professor, contributing writer at Forbes magazine, and guest on numerous media outlets including NPR and MSNBC.
BY SCOTT REMER
IN SEARCH OF REAL DEMOCRACY: A MILLENNIAL MAKES THE CASE FOR DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM
Many of Bernie Sanders' strongest supporters were young millennials, and one of them, a brilliant Yale grad now studying at Cambridge, has stepped up to make the case for a real alternative that can break the hopeless deadlock American politics is currently mired in.