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So Far So Good Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump The Hidden History of American Fashion: Rediscovering 20th-century Women Designers North Korea’s New Diplomacy: Challenging Political Isolation in the 21st Century

Ursula K. Le Guin

So Far, So Good: Final Poems: 2014-2018

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Le Guin is best known for her science fiction and fantasy novels, but she started as a poet and has published more than a dozen volumes of the poetry.  This one, completed just before her death in 2018, is, presumably the last volume of poetry.

John Fea

Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trum'

E-Book

Fea argues that evangelical support of Trump is the logical outcome of how evangelicals approach public life.  That approach is based on the politics of fear, pursuit of worldly power, and the longing for an America in the past.

Nancy Deihl, ed.

The Hidden History of American Fashion: Rediscovering 20th-Century Women Designers

746.920820973 Hid

Sixteen essays that look at 18 women designers.

Virginie Grzelczyk

North Korea's New Diplomacy: Challenging Political Isolation in the 21st Century

E-Book

Looks at how North Korea, long an international pariah, is working to become a relevant participant in world affairs.

Diarmaid MacCulloch

Thomas Cromwell: A Revolutionary Life

942.052092 Cro-M

Lengthy biography of the chief minister to King Henry VIII until Henry ordered him beheaded.

 

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