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Malcolm X Author- BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

by Malcolm X

“Why should we do the dirtiest jobs for  the lowest pay?  I’m telling you we do it because we have a rotten system.  It’s a political and economic system of exploitation, of outright humiliation, degradation, discrimination.”- Malcolm X, June 1964.  From one of eleven speeches and interviews tracing the evolution of his views on political alliances, women’s rights, intermarriage, capitalism and socialism, and more.  US$16  ISBN978-0-87348-754-2

Pathfinder Press

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Cass Foster Author- THE SIXTY-MINUTE SHAKESPEARE SERIES

THE SIXTY-MINUTE SHAKESPEARE SERIES

by Cass Foster

Not enough time to tackle the unabridged versions the world’s most widely read playwright?  Pick up a copy of ROMEO AND JULIET, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, HAMLET, MACBETH, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, AND TWELFTH NIGHT and discover how much more accessible Shakespeare can be to you and your students.

$8.99 (each) Paperback

http://www.GetShakespeare.com

Five Star Publications

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Daniel A. Olivas Author- DEVIL TALK: STORIES

DEVIL TALK: STORIES

by Daniel A. Olivas

Set against a backdrop of Chicano and Mexican culture, these tales shock, amuse, and tantalize as they explore human passions and the corruption we valiantly attempt to avoid while wander through life.

“The pleasure of DEVIL TALK is that no story repeats its surprise element, so there is no guessing what happens next.”- El Paso Times

166 pp   paper   $13.00   ISBN978-1-931010-27-8

Bilingual Review Press

http://www.asu.ed/brp

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