Torture and Impunity: The U.S. Doctrine of Coercive Interrogation (Critical Human Rights)

Many Americans have condemned the “enhanced interrogation” techniques used in the War on Terror as a transgression of human rights. But the United States has done almost nothing to prosecute past abuses or prevent future violations. Tracing this knotty contradiction from the 1950s to the present, historian Alfred W. McCoy… Continue reading

Psychological Warfare At Work: How harassers and bullies injure individuals and organizations

This book was written to shine a spotlight on what no one wants to talk about or admit that simply going to work can be a danger to your psychological and physical health, and that not enough managers are effectively confronting this important issue. This book provides concrete information that… Continue reading

Freemason’s Guide and Compendium, New and Revised Edition

First published in 1950, the ‘Freemasons’ Guide and Compendium’ is filled with authentic, detailed information on a wide variety of subjects related to masons and masonry. Written by an experienced Freemason with the interests of rank-and-file members of the ordinary lodge in mind?especially the young Craftsman who wished to learn… Continue reading