Library of Law and Liberty converses with UPK author Louis Fisher on his book, “Congress: Protecting Individual Rights”. Library of Law and Liberty states, “Fisher argues that contrary to popular belief, Congress, not the Court, has been the foremost champion in protecting the rights of racial minorities, children, Native Americans, and religious liberties.”
Mark Eberle is an up-and-coming UPK author and will be interviewed on Kansas baseball after these two screenings of “Town Teams: Bigger than Baseball”:
-April 28, 7pm, Shawnee 18 Theaters, 16301 Midland Drive, Shawnee, KS. Film and panel discussion, FREE.
-April 30, 7pm, Central Cinema 7, 300 East Central, El Dorado, KS. Film and panel discussion, $20 (proceeds go to the YMCA and the Kansas Oil Museum).
Eleanor Clift of The Daily Beast speaks with former Florida senator Bob Graham in relation to Graham’s “Intelligence Matters: The CIA, the FBI, Saudi Arabia, and the Failure of America’s War on Terror.” The book, written in collaboration with Jeff Nussbaum, touches on timely topics including the CIA, FBI, and Saudi Arabia, which has received renewed interest with President Barack Obama’s visit.
The New York Review of Books features UPK title “Nixon’s Nuclear Specter: The Secret Alert of 1969, Madman Diplomacy, and the Vietnam War” by William Burr & Jeffrey P. Kimball in an article by Robert G. Kaiser. Kaiser states, “Nixon’s Nuclear Specter is a detailed and careful account of Nixon’s and Kissinger’s fruitless efforts during 1969 to find an ‘honorable’ way out of Vietnam”.
Alaska Dispatch News features Stephen Haycox’s “Battleground Alaska: Fighting Federal Power in America’s Last Wilderness”–stating, “The book reflects both [Haycox’s] deep excavation of archives of past environmental wars and his encyclopedic knowledge of the entire span of Alaska political events.”
George Hawley, author of “Right-Wing Critics of American Conservatism,” is featured in articles by The Daily Caller and The Guardian. The Guardian states, “Hawley’s book is one of the best places to begin to understand what’s happening not only in America, but, by extension, throughout the English-speaking world.”