By John Fabian Witt
Written by one of the nation’s foremost legal historians, this is an account of the America’s role in establishing the modern laws of war. Subject areas considered: Military Law; Civil War; Military History.
By Garret Kramer
“For years, athletes, coaches, parents, and organizations have searched for the secrets to optimum mental performance. However, in spite of a myriad of tools and techniques, success and contentment continue to be as elusive as ever, until now. Garret Kramer’s Stillpower offers a revolutionary explanation for this predicament and provides a basic, yet dynamic, approach for the future. In an accessible style, Kramer reveals the innate principles behind consistent achievement and highlights the misalignment between the experiences of all performers and the strategies of the coaches, psychologists, and experts who are hoping to help them.” (from Amazon.com) Subjects areas considered: Athletes; Psychology; Sports – psychological influences.
Information and research about the job interview process. DVD; May checked out for up to three days. Subjects areas considered: Job Interviews; Employment Help.
By James Greene Jr.
Emerging in the late 1970’s out New Jersey, the Misfits have influenced a numerous bands through the world of Punk rock music. This is the full story behind the Misfits, from their skull logo to an examination of their strange timing in the music world. Subjects areas considered: Music History; Punk Rock Musicians; Misfits.
Edited by Christine Watkins
At Issues is a unique series that tackles current issues of contemporary society both within the United States and abroad. This issue deals with the use, dangers, and legislation surrounding synthetic drugs, otherwise known as Club Drugs. Subject areas considered: Drug Abuse; Designer Drugs; Ecstasy; Ketamine; Designer Drugs – laws and legislation.