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Fear City by Kim Phillips-Fein
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Interesting study of when New York City began to turn the corner of economic sustainability. Prescient in that politicians, unions, agencies, and others had to make difficult decisions to keep the city afloat. So far, with nearly $20 trillion in debt ...more
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Reagan Rising by Craig Shirley
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Harkened back to my high school years, which coincided with this book's timeline. Time of feckless Carter presidency, gas shortages, stagflation, and, during my sophomore year, no sports because Rockford couldn't afford them. Struck by Reagan's deter ...more
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The World Remade by G.J. Meyer
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Thorough study of the legacy of the First World War on the U.S. one hundred years later. Big government, domestic spying, international entanglements -- they all started in 1917.
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The World Remade: America in World War I
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City of Sedition by John Strausbaugh
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Crossroads of Empire by Ned C. Landsman
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Interesting and informative drill-down of the Middle Colonies -- New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware -- during the Colonial Era. Most history neglects this region in favor of New England and Virginia.
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