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  • The Big Spendersby Lucius Beebe

    Axios Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    The Big Spenders was Lucius Beebe's last and many think his best book. In it he describes the consumption of the Gilded Age. Beebe enjoys it all immensely, and so do we his readers, whether it is James Gordon Bennett buying a Monte Carlo restaurant because he was refused a seat by the window, or Spencer Penrose leaving a bedside memo reminding himself... more...

  • Death by Medicineby Gary Null; Martin Feldman; Debora Rasio; Carolyn Dean

    Axios Press 2010; US$ 17.00

    The medical environment has become a labyrinth of interlocking corporate, hospital, and governmental boards of directors, infiltrated by the drug companies. Drug company representatives write glowing articles about pharmaceuticals, which are then signed by physicians paid handsomely for their cooperation, though they may not know the adverse side effects... more...

  • Where Keynes Went Wrongby Hunter Lewis

    Axios Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    In responding to the financial crash of 2008, both the Bush Administration and the Obama Administration have relied on prescriptions developed by John Maynard Keynes, the most important economist since Marx. But should we be relying on Keynes? What did Keynes actually say? Did he make his case? Hunter Lewis concludes that he did not. If Keynes was... more...

  • Death by Medicineby Gary Null

    Axios Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    The medical environment has become a labyrinth of interlocking corporate, hospital, and governmental boards of directors, infiltrated by the drug companies. Drug company representatives write glowing articles about pharmaceuticals, which are then signed by physicians paid handsomely for their cooperation, though they may not know the adverse side effects... more...

  • Free Prices Now!by Hunter Lewis

    Axios Press 2013; US$ 9.99

    This fascinating book says that our economy is doing poorly because we do not allow truthful prices. The Soviet Union fell because it would not allow prices to tell the truth about the economy and we seem to be on the same path. Why? Principally because of central bankers and crony capitalists, each of whom are described in depth. Crystal clear,... more...

  • A Literary Education and Other Essaysby Joseph Epstein

    Axios Press 2014; US$ 11.99

    Who is the greatest living essayist writing in English? Unquestionably Joseph Epstein. Epstein is penetrating. He is witty. He has a magic touch with words, that hard to define but immediately recognizable quality called style. Above all, he is impossible to put down. How easy it is today to forget the simple delight of reading for no intended purpose.... more...

  • Waiting for the Moonby Arthur Waley

    Axios Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    The Tang Dynasty was the golden age of Chinese poetry, and Bo Juyi is generally acclaimed as one of China?s greatest poets. For him, writing poetry was a way to expose the ills of society; his was the poetry of everyday human concerns. His poems have an appealing style, written with a deliberate simplicity. They were extremely popular in his lifetime,... more...

  • From the Sahara to Samarkandby Rosita Forbes; Margaret Bald; Margaret Bald

    Axios Press 2010; US$ 15.00

    The extraordinary Rosita Forbes explored the Libyan desert, sailed across the Red Sea, and trekked more than a thousand miles into remote Abyssinia. She wrote some thirty books about these and other journeys, as well as biographies, histories, novels, and memoirs. She was a widely published journalist and commentator on international affairs, a popular... more...

  • Your Stomachby M.D. Jonathan V. Wright

    Axios Press 2009; US$ 15.00

    Most Americans suffer stomach problems. Many lead lives of utter misery. Whether you call it heartburn or acid reflux, this painful affliction is also associated with throat cancer. Shockingly, the problem may not be too much stomach acid, but too little! And antacids and acid blockers may actually be making the problem worse. This powerful little... more...

  • Pharmocracyby William Faloon

    Axios Press 2011; US$ 11.99

    Our healthcare system is irretrievably broken, and now it is devastating the US financially. Pharmocracy uncovers egregious FDA incompetence and abuse, and shows how over-regulation causes lifesaving medications to be delayed or suppressed altogether, and makes consumers pay inflated prices for FDA-approved therapies that are only minimally effective... more...