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The following titles are narrated by William Hughes

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 AMERICAN TEMPEST: How the Boston Tea Party Sparked a Revolution by Harlow Giles Unger

History read by William Hughes
The Tea Party would affect so many American minds, hearts, and souls that it helped spawn a new, independent nation whose citizens would govern themselves.

 ANIMAL FACTORY: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy, and Poultry Farms to Humans and the Environment by David Kirby

Current Affairs read by William Hughes
Swine flu, bird flu, unusual concentrations of cancer, food recalls due to deadly E. coli bacterial contamination: our American food system has gone terribly wrong.

 ARK OF THE LIBERTIES: America and the World by Ted Widmer

Nonfiction read by William Hughes
With wit, brilliance, and deep affection, the inimitable Ted Widmer traces America’s wondrous history, from the Declaration of Independence to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

 AT THE EDGE OF THE PRECIPICE: Henry Clay and the Compromise That Saved the Union by Robert V Remini

History read by William Hughes
In this masterful contribution to American history, Remini explores Henry Clay’s final and most important act of bipartisanship.

 BRADLEY: Great Generals Series #7 by Alan Axelrod

Biography read by William Hughes
Known by his troops in World War II as "The Soldier's General" because of his care of and compassion for the soldiers under his command, Omar Bradley commanded the U.S. Twelfth Army Group in Europe.

 BROTHERS, RIVALS, VICTORS: Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, and the Partnership That Drove the Allied Conquest in Europe by Jonathan W. Jordan

History read by William Hughes
The true story of the friendship—and rivalry—among the greatest American generals of World War II.

 CHALLENGE, THE: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Fight over Presidential Power by Jonathan Mahler

Nonfiction read by William Hughes
In November 2001, a thirty-one-year-old Yemeni man named Salim Ahmed Hamdan was captured near the Pakistan border and turned over to U.S. forces in Afghanistan. After confessing to being Osama bin Laden's driver, Hamdan was transferred to Guantánamo Bay and designated for trial before a special military tribunal. The Pentagon assigned a young military defense lawyer, Lieutenant Commander Charles Swift, to represent him in a defense that no one expected to amount to much. But with the help of a young constitutional law professor, Neal Katyal, Swift sued the Bush administration over the legality of the tribunals—and won.

 DETROIT: A Biography by Scott Martelle

Nonfiction read by William Hughes
Detroit: A Biography by journalist and author Scott Martelle is about a city that rose because of the most American of traits—innovation, entrepreneurship, and an inspiring perseverance.

 EMPIRE STRIKES OUT, THE: How Baseball Sold U.S. Foreign Policy and Promoted the American Way Abroad by Robert Elias

Sports read by William Hughes
The Empire Strikes Out gives us the sweeping story of how baseball and America are intertwined in the export of “the American way.”

 FDR: The First Hundred Days by Anthony J. Badger

Nonfiction read by William Hughes
Badger humanizes Roosevelt and suggests a far more useful yardstick for future presidents: the politics of the possible under the guidance of principle.

 FEVER DREAM by Dennis Palumbo

Mystery read by William Hughes
In the midst of a blistering summer heat wave, a daring bank robbery has gone horribly wrong, resulting in the deaths of all the hostages except one, Treva Williams, and Rinaldi is called in to treat the young woman.

 GENERALS, THE: American Military Command from World War II to Today by Thomas E. Ricks

History read by William Hughes
An epic history of the decline of American military leadership from World War II to Iraq.

 GREAT DEFORMATION, THE: How Crony Capitalism Corrupted Free Markets and Democracy by David Stockman

Political read by William Hughes
A coruscating, brilliantly insightful exegesis of where capitalism went wrong, how it was corrupted, and how it might be restored, by outspoken former Reagan budget director and bestselling author David Stockman.

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