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In Showdown, firearms attorney Lenden Aikins takes an exacting look at the facts and the law on both sides of the volatile gun-control. From the common defense clause to the history of the US militia, Showdown presents the facts in easy-to-understand language that will leave you with a clear picture of the Second Amendment and its role in American politics.
J. Roy Rowland, MD and Selby McCash.
A moderate conservative, Dr. Rowland spent his career in public service fighting to resolve political and ideological differences at a time when virulent partisanship was beginning to paralyze the governmental process. His account of the health care reform efforts initiated by President Clinton reveals in candid detail how the nation’s most prominent political leaders turned the promise of historic progress into tragic failure.
Candidate Obama burst into the political scene, capturing hearts and minds of voters with his charisma and hope-filled promises. After gaining office, Obama did all he could to fulfill those promises, though there have been strategic road blocks along the way. This guide for voters is meant to help Americans make one of the most important decisions as a citizen: who to vote into office as the President of the United States.
Roger Mills and Neil Bicknell
JFK: The Last Speech explores the dramatic relationship between two seminal Americans—President John F. Kennedy and the poet Robert Frost—which reached its tragic climax in a surprising encounter with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at the height of the Cold War. Born out of these events is Kennedy’s remarkable speech about poetry and power, which alters the life course of a group of Amherst College classmates who witness this compelling address and continue to exemplify in their contemporary lives a portrait of the challenges facing America.
“Go Trump! Beat Crooked Hillary!”/ “Go Hillary! Beat the Donald!”
Robert Kulik and Matthew Dowd
Part of the Big Little Rivals series, these books use rhymes to explore both sides of the 2016 presidential election and educate children about government. Whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or something in between, this series is perfect for the future voter on your list.