Enclosed in this blog is my summer and fall reading list. As you will see the list is long which means it may also be my winter reading list (through next year).  I have currently read 11 of the books.

 

THE Bibliographical “List”

  1. On Palestine by Noam Chomsky
  2. Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law by Alan M. Dershowitz
  3. The Best Defense by Alan M. Dershowitz
  4. The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz
  5. Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid by Jimmy Carter
  6. Pirates and Emperors, Old and New: International Terrorism in the Real World by
     Noam Chomsky
  7. The Vantage Point: Perspectives of the Presidency, 1963-1969 by LBJ
  8. Historical Dictionary of Socialism by James C. Doherty
  9. The Peace Brokers by Saadia Touval
  10. Anwar el-Sadat | In Search of Identity (autobiography)
  11. Peace in the Making | The Menachem Begin – Anwar El-Sadat Personal Correspondence edited by Harry Hurwitz and Yisrael Medad
  12. Redeemer | The Life of Jimmy Carter by Randall Palmer
  13. True Compass by Edward M. Kennedy
  14. Haiti by Raphael Tarnowski and J.J. Flori
  15. Toussaint’s Clause: The Founding Fathers and the Haitian Revolution by Gordon S. Brown
  16. Give & Take: Doing Our Damnedest NOT to be Another Charity in Haiti by Judy O. Haselhoef
  17. Dispatches by Michael Herr
  18. Saladin | In His Time by P.H. Newby
  19. The Old Regime and the Haitian Revolution by Malick W. Ghachem
  20. 100 World Leaders Who Shaped World History
    by Kathy Paparchontis
  21. Toward the African Revolution by Frantz Fanon
  22. Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements | 2nd Edition by James De Fronzo
  23. The Archaeology of the Caribbean (Cambridge World Archaeology)
    by Samuel M. Wilson
  24. Languages of the Pre-Columbian Antilles
    by Julian Granberry
  25. Market, Socialist and Mixed Economies: Comparative Policy and Performance Chile Cuba and Costa Rica by Carmelo-Mesa Lago
  26. Reforming the U.N. System by Multiple Authors
  27. Trade, Sustainable Development and Gender by the United Nations
  28. Argentina and the United States 1810-1960 by Harold F. Peterson
  29. Samba: A Story of Rubber Slaves in the Congo by Herbert Strang
  30. Spies in the Congo by Susan Williams
  31. Through the Dark Continent Vol I by Henry M. Stanley
  32. Through the Dark Continent Vol II by Henry M. Stanley
  33. When Congo Shaped the World by Jean Kapenda
  34. King Leopold’s Ghost by Adam Hochschild
  35. Lumumba – Africa’s Lost Leader by Leo Zeilig
  36. Patrice Lumumba by Georges Nzongola Ntalaja
  37. May Our People Triumph by Patrice Lumumba
  38. Mirror of Disaster by Gérard Chaliand
  39. Revolution in the 3rd World by Gérard Chaliand
  40. Armed Struggle in Africa by Gérard Chaliand
  41. Kwame Nkrumah the Father of African Nationalism by David Birmingham
  42. Crimes Contre Humanité by Jacques Vergès
  43. Le Salaud Lumineux by Jacques Verges
  44. Enduring Lies by Edward S. Herman and David Peterson
  45. Democracy and American Foreign Policy – Reflections on the Legacy of Alexis de Tocqueville by Rober Strausz-Hupé
  46. Brazil and the United States: Convergence and Divergence by Joseph Smith
  47. The Origins of Nato by Joseph Smith
  48. Bitter Fruit by Stephen Schesinger and Stephen Kinzer
  49. Latin America since 1780 by Will Fowler
  50. Our Own Backyard by William M. Leogrande
  51. Economic Development of Latin America by Celso Furtado
  52. The Economic Growth of Brazil by Celso Furtado
  53. The Deepest South: The United States, Brazil and the African Slave Trade by Gerald Horne
  54. Compañero, The Life and Death of Che Guevara
    by Jorge G Castañeda
  55. Southeast Asia, by Tillman Durdin
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