AMERICAN CHARACTERS: HERMAN HAUPT
LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER
MATTERS OF FACT
POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY
THE BUSINESS OF AMERICA
THE TIME MACHINE
They were called “friendly visitors” and they indeed visited, but could they really be considered friendly?
The years the famous writer spent in their town were magic to a young boy and his sister.
On the eve of the Normandy invasion, a training mission in the English Channel came apart in fire and horror. For years, the grim story was suppressed.
Israel Sack made a fortune by seeing early the craft in fine old American furniture
At a time of crisis for American labor, an organizer looks back on the turbulent fifty-year career that brought him from the shop floor to the presidency of the United Automobile Workers.
A memoir of Boy Scouting in the youthful days of the movement
He built a career and a fortune out of shocking his fellow Americans