Jules Archer History for Young Readers

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    Watergate
    A Story of Richard Nixon and the Shocking 1972 Scandal
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Roger Stone
    (Sky Pony Press)
    With expert storytelling skills, historian Jules Archer recounts the complete story of Watergate, from that first fateful predawn Saturday morning—June 18, 1972—when night watchman Frank Willis discovered “burglars” inside the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee to President Richard Nixon’s... [READ MORE]
    The Feminist Revolution
    A Story of the Three Most Inspiring and Empowering Women in American History: Susan B. Anthony, Margaret Sanger, and Betty Friedan
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Naomi Wolf
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Today, feminism is as important as ever. Betty Friedan’s musings, “to take the actions needed to bring women into the mainstream of American society, now; full equality for women, in fully equal partnership with men,” still hold fervently true in current society. Young readers still fighting for equality... [READ MORE]
    Frontline General: Douglas MacArthur
    America's Most Controversial Hero
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Iain C. Martin
    (Sky Pony Press)
    At twenty-six, Douglas MacArthur was military aide to President Theodore Roosevelt. His courageous leadership of the Rainbow Division during World War I made him a general. At the same time, his reluctance to heed any authority but his own gained him a reputation of arrogance and insubordination that... [READ MORE]
    Man of Steel: Joseph Stalin
    Russia's Ruthless Ruler
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Brianna DuMont
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Early in life, Joseph Stalin became convinced of the inevitability of social revolution. And in it, he was determined to play a prominent role. He carefully masked his great personal ambition during his long climb to power and devoted all this energies to furthering the cause of Lenin and Bolshevism.... [READ MORE]
    Twentieth-Century Caesar: Benito Mussolini
    The Dramatic Story of the Rise and Fall of a Dictator
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Iain C. Martin
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Benito Mussolini was a man of many contradictions but with one driving ambition: to rule Italy and restore it to the power and splendor of the ancient Roman Empire, with himself as the new Caesar. He became the founder of the Fascist movement and dictator of all of Italy.The son of a poor blacksmith... [READ MORE]
    Winners and Losers
    How Elections Work in America
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Winners and Losers is a timeless exploration of a subject relevant to today’s youth that will inspire young readers to get involved. Jules Archer shares the accessible and entertaining history of elections and political parties in America. He explores topics such as:Are political parties in America really... [READ MORE]
    Extremists
    Gadflies of American Society
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “Extremism tends to flourish in times of crisis,” writes Jules Archer. It comes in all shapes and sizes and attaches itself to various causes. You can find extremism at the beginning with the founding fathers, extremists in the eyes of the British government and you can most definitely find it today.... [READ MORE]
    Resistance
    By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Is resistance un-American? How far should resistance go? Courage and desperation have sparked instances of resistance since the dawn of civilization. Jesus, Thoreau, Gandhi, and Martin Luther King resisted the nonviolent way. Here for the record is a remarkably full discussion of instances of twentieth-century... [READ MORE]
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