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Whether admired or reviled, Lyndon B. Johnson and his tumultuous administration embodied the principles and contradictions of his era. Taking advantage of newly released evidence, this second edition incorporates a selection of fresh documents, in...

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Some of These Days: The Autobiography of Sophie Tucker

This book contains true stories from inside prison walls. Some of these stories are graphic and violent. Some of these stories are humerous. All the stories are about real convicts doing real "time. " Get inside and read about Marty, Renko, Fast E...

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