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From Rebel to Ruler One Hundred Years of the Chinese Communist Party Tony Saich
The Suicide of Miss Xi Democracy and Disenchantment in the Chinese Republic Bryna Goodman
The Deepest Dye Obeah, Hosay, and Race in the Atlantic World Aisha Khan
Justice Rising Robert Kennedy's America in Black and White Patricia Sullivan
Life in the Cosmos From Biosignatures to Technosignatures Manasvi Lingam, Abraham Loeb
Love and Sex in the Time of Plague A Decameron Renaissance Guido Ruggiero
The Banks Did It An Anatomy of the Financial Crisis Neil Fligstein
We Shall Be Masters Russian Pivots to East Asia from Peter the Great to Putin Chris Miller