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I Fought For Fidel

Author: Neill Macaulay

In the twilight of Castro’s regime, one of the soldiers who put him in power recalls what it was like to be a fidelista up in the hills four decades ago when a whole new, just, democratic world was there for the building

Credit Card America

Author: Nancy Shepherdson

How we became a nation of instant, constant borrowers

The Parson’s Hearth

Author: Alexander O. Boulton

A rare survivor of New England’s earliest days testifies to the strength that forged a nation

Memory As History

Author: Richard M. Ketchum

Seeking the truth of an event in the memories of the people who lived it can be a maddening task—and an exhilarating one

The Conversion Of Harry Truman

Author: William E. Leuchtenburg