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Kill Zone : A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza
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Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy
Catalog #: SKU0171

Twenty-five years after the event, assassination books continue to appear. Marrs, a Dallas-area journalist who teaches a college course on the event, has, however, produced a special one. Its nearly 600 pages are jammed with detail on every aspect of the shooting, the investigations, the suspicions that fell on the Mafia, the FBI, the CIA, anti-Castro Cubans--all the usual suspects.

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Tragic Era : The Revolution After Lincoln
Catalog #: SKU0318

A superb reprint of the Lost & Concealed history of the reconstruction era in the United States. First published in 1929, the book shows how and when the people in the U.S. lost its freedoms, its constitution, its innocence at the hands of a totalitarian Congress. The federal courts in the South were established as MILITARY districts, and remain so to this day.

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Brief by the Republic of Texas vs. The United States (book and disk)
Catalog #: SKU0455

The following is the case of and for the people of the Republic of Texas. While referred to as a court case - it is a political question, since no government court or international court has jurisdiction to rule on the facts or its merits. The United States House of Representatives has refused to bring this political question to the floor of the House for over 140 years.

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Real Lincoln, The - His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War
Catalog #: SKU0542

Though Abraham Lincoln will forever be remembered for freeing the slaves, that was never one of his chief political aims. What was? According to Thomas DiLorenzo, Lincoln devoted his entire political career to revolutionizing the American form of government from one that was very limited in scope and highly decentralized (as the Founders intended) to a highly centralized, activist state.

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Kill Zone : A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza
Catalog #: SKU0547

As he looked down into what the US Government maintains was the kill zone used by Lee Harvey Oswald, he immediately knew that the Warren Commission's verdict that Oswald, acting alone, fired three shots in 5.6 seconds from a bolt-action rifle, killing John F. Kennedy was a lie.

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Texas : An Informal Biography
Catalog #: SKU0615

"Texas," says Mr. White, "is one of God's greatest and most gratifying experiments. When God created Texas He did so with the mischievous intention of providing men who had no fear of Him, if only they could conquer it, with an empire of their own of stupendous wealth and unbounded opportunity.

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Biographical Encyclopedia of Texas
Catalog #: SKU0835

Originally published in 1880 the Biographical Encyclopedia of Texas carries a rare and unique listing with bios of Texans seldom remembered in history courses. Heroes and Statesmen & Women that should never be forgotten are brought forward in this reprint.

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CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF SECESSION
Catalog #: SKU0863

This comprehensive history traces the quest for a peaceable and lawful revolution, from Britain's Glorious Revolution to Canada's current situation, with a special emphasis on the constitutional questions raised by the American Civil War.

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Texas to An Impartial World
Catalog #: SKU1042

This small book is the appeal for world understanding of the oppression of the settlers in Texas by the Mexican Government dictator in 1835-36 and the reason behind the war for independence. TGS Historical Reprints put this back in print for the first time in many, many years. First published in 1836.

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Division and Reunion 1829-1889
Catalog #: SKU1240

Written approximately 20 years before he became president, Wilson offers an objective view of the divisions caused by the federal government between the states from 1829 to 1889. A unique look into the shameful history of the US and its states from one of the statesmen of the early 20th century, a president of the United States. Wilson was the president during the Great War (1918). This TGS reprint is a large style book with a print larger than the original.

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Great Civil War of the United States
Catalog #: SKU1242

One of the greatest mysteries in the annals of American history was the Great Civil War. State against State. Brother against Brother. Father against Son. This war remains one of the largest scams of the US Federal government against its founding documents, against its founding fathers, and against the very foundation that the nation was established on. This book written by a Northerner, in 1868, is an objective view of that horrible blight in human history.

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Day of The Confederacy
Catalog #: SKU1342

The secession movement had three distinct stages. The first, beginning with the news that Lincoln was elected, closed with the news, sent broadcast over the South from Charleston, that Federal troops had taken possession of Fort Sumter on the night of the 28th of December. During this period the likelihood of secession was the topic of discussion in the lower South.

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Story of Cole Younger, The
Catalog #: SKU1729

The story of the Younger Brothers and the James Gang, as it has been handed down to us, is rife with Yankee sentiment, embellishments, and outright lies. The mystery of these so-called notorious outlaws has been twisted from truth by movie makers and Yankee Bullsh*t. Cole Younger sets the story straight, as a proud Missourian and Confederate soldier.

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Madalyn Murray O'Hair - The Most Hated Woman in America
Catalog #: SKU1958

Follow The Search as Jon Rappoport anticipated the official investigation of the
murder of Madalyn, her son Jon, and granddaughter Robin Murray.

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Navy of the Republic of Texas
Catalog #: SKU2101

The Texas Navy still exists!, even if for memorial purposes. Read about the glory days of the Texas Navy.

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