By Gary A. Keith; foreword by Al Gore
A biography of renowned U.S. congressman, Texas state legislator, labor lawyer, and political organizer Bob Eckhardt.
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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By Ambassador Robert Krueger and Kathleen Tobin Krueger
Foreword by Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
A compelling eyewitness account of a genocide that the international community largely ignored, as well as the ongoing efforts to build a more just society in Burundi.
By Russell Lee; foreword by John Szarkowski; introduction by J. B. Colson; photographs selected and arranged by Linda Peterson
The first book to show the full range and quality of Russell Lee’s work, as well as the first major publication of his photographs since 1978–contains over 140 images, 101 of which have never appeared in book publication.
By Patrick Cox
A fascinating look at how newspaper publishers including A. H. Belo and George B. Dealey (Dallas Morning News), William P. Hobby and Oveta Culp Hobby (Houston Post), Jesse H. Jones (Houston Chronicle), and Amon G. Carter Sr. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) played a crucial role in transforming Texas into a modern state.