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“No government ought to be without censors; and where the press is free no one ever will.” - Thomas Jefferson

Throughout the ages citizens have always had an uneasy truce with their governments, neither side completely convinced that the other had their best interests at heart. The literature in this section are all government related and offer an interesting window into the type of information they deemed useful in the past. From instructions on how to perform simple acts of sabotage against enemy nations to world fact books by the Central Intelligence Agency, the contents of this category might not always be practical, but it is definitely interesting.

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A.D. Hopkins - Mystery, Coming of Age Story set in 1959
FEATURED AUTHOR - A.D. HOPKINS has worked for newspapers in Virginia, North Carolina, and Las Vegas, Nevada, where he was inducted into the Nevada Press Association's Newspaper Hall of Fame. He is the author of "The First 100: Portraits of the Men and Women Who Shaped Las Vegas". A former fencing teacher and inner city Scoutmaster, he restored a 1972 Ford Bronco, which he says was easier than the other two hobbies. "The Boys Who Woke Up Early" is his first novel. As our Author of the Day, Hopkins tells us all… Read more