Boston University Professor of History and International Relations and former U.S. Army Colonel Andrew Bacevich discusses the global war on terror seven years after 9/11 in his bestselling book, The Limits of Power.
Andrew Bacevich, author of the bestselling book The Limits Of Power discusses the end of the American century.
For centuries, a secret splinter sect of the Franciscans, the Gnostic Observatines, has guarded secrets that could transform the world. Now the safety of those secrets depends on one man--and a woman he barely knows.
Author Newt Gingrich, appearing at Mount Vernon, discusses his latest historical novel, To Try Men's Souls.
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Andrew Bacevich's book The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism. An immediate New York Times bestseller, The Limits of Power offers an unparalleled examination of the profound triple crisis facing America: an economy in disarray that can no longer be fixed by relying on expansion abroad; a government transformed by an imperial presidency into a democracy in name only; and an engagement in endless wars that has severely undermined the body politic.
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Eric Van Lustbader's thriller novel The Testament. Braverman Shaw—"Bravo" to his friends—always knew his father had secrets. But not until Dexter Shaw dies does Bravo discover that his father belonged to the Order of Gnostic Observatines, a hidden sect long believed to be extinct. For centuries, the Order has guarded a lost Testament that could shake Christianity to its foundations. Dexter Shaw was the latest Keeper of the Testament—and Bravo is his chosen successor.
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from the novel To Try Men's Souls by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen. This historical fiction audiobook is narrated by Callista Gingrich, William Dufris, and Eric Conger. After two bestselling series examining the Civil War and WWII, Gingrich and Forstchen have turned their sharp eye for detail on the Revolutionary War. Their story follows three men with three very different roles to play in history: General George Washington, Thomas Paine, and Jonathan Van Dorn, a pr
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Amir D. Aczel's book Uranium Wars: The Scientific Rivalry that Created the Nuclear Age. Uranium, a nondescript element when found in nature, in the past century has become more sought after than gold. Its nucleus is so heavy that it is highly unstable and radioactive. If broken apart, it unleashes the tremendous power within the atom—the most controversial type of energy ever discovered.
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Silos, Politics & Turf Wars: A Leadership Fable. "Silos" are organizations' vertical structures—but the word has become synonymous with barriers to workplace effectiveness and connotes deep political infighting. Silos devastate organizations, kill productivity, push good people out the door, and jeopardize the achievement of corporate goals.
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Lt. Col. (Ret.) Nathan Sassaman's book Warrior King: The Triumph and Betrayal of an American Commander in Iraq, the startling and controversial memoir, written by one of the most prominent members of the U.S. fighting forces in Iraq.
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