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The B4a Baclofen Handbook By Phillip Thomas
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A practical guide to using Baclofen, the revolutionary new treatment for chronic alcoholism and the cravings associated with trying to stop drinking. It highlights all the steps necessary to obtain... More > and take Baclofen safely. It also describes almost 90 side effects and complications, with practical advice about how to avoid or manage them.< Less
The Overachiever's Guide to Creative Loafing By Phillip Thomas
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This is the creative loafing handbook for those who find life an interesting pastime.
Pearls: Poems from the Heart By Phillip Thomas
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A collection of original poems of love and relationships from my heart.
Stories My Uncle Amos Told Me By Phillip Thomas
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A collection of stories that my Uncle Amos used to tell us kids when we were young.
Woodland Adventures By Phillip Thomas
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A collection of original animal stories for children of toddler to young ages.
Targeting Abraham Lincoln: The Forgotten 1865 Plot to Assassinate Lincoln By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has resurrected one of the best remaining untold stories of the Civil War. Dr. Tucker is the first historian in more than a century and a half to... More > reveal the hidden history of the daring attempt of William C. Quantrill and his Missouri guerrillas to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. Tucker has unearthed a hidden gem in the treasure trove of Civil War literature: the secret mission to kill Lincoln in the hope of reversing the course of the war. By rescuing this fascinating story from oblivion, the author has presented a fresh "new look" at the most studied conflict and most written about president in American history.< Less
A New Look at the Buffalo Soldier Experience in Wartime By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented an entirely "New Look" at the complexities of the Buffalo Soldier experience by exploring the life of a young African... More > American fighting man, David Fagen. Fagen volunteered to fight for his country at the beginning of the Spanish-American War, becoming a proud member of the 24th United States Infantry. He served with distinction, including during the charge up San Juan Hill, Cuba. However, Corporal David Fagen's life changed forever when he served in the Philippine War. For a host of reasons, Fagen made the moral decision to join the other side. This is the first book that has ever explored the remarkable story of the young African American who became a villain in the eyes of white Americans, but a celebrated hero to the Filipino people and many African Americans across the United States.< Less
America’s Forgotten First War for Slavery and Genesis of The Alamo Volume II By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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In Volume II of this ground-breaking series, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented a “new look” at the Texas Revolution of 1835-1836 without the traditional romance and myths.... More > Mexico made the mistake of allowing American immigrants to settle in Texas. Mostly from the South, they created an unprecedented economic prosperity based on slavery and cotton cultivation. However, these developments set the stage for open warfare between the largely pro-slavery settlers and the Republic of Mexico, which had abolished slavery in 1829. Because of the massive support from the U.S. to the Texas rebels who fought to preserve the Southern way of life and slavery, the Texas Revolution was actually America's first war for slavery. With this revealing new perspective, Tucker's historical analysis has given us an insightful understanding of a war that altered the destinies of two neighboring republics. For the first time, Tucker has revealed the hidden secrets and forgotten truths of the Texas Revolution.< Less
America’s Forgotten First War for Slavery and Genesis of The Alamo By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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In this ground-breaking book, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented an entirely "new look" at the Texas Revolution of 1835-1836 without the traditional romance and myths. Mexico made... More > the mistake of allowing American immigrants to settle in Texas. Mostly from the South, they created an unprecedented economic prosperity based on slavery and cotton cultivation. However, these developments set the stage for open warfare between the largely pro-slavery settlers and the Republic of Mexico, which had abolished slavery in 1829. Because of the massive support from the U.S. to the Texas rebels who fought to preserve the Southern way of life and slavery, the Texas Revolution was actually America's first war for slavery. With this revealing new perspective, Tucker's outstanding historical analysis has given us an insightful understanding of a war that altered the destinies of two neighboring republics. For the first time, Tucker has revealed the hidden secrets and forgotten truths about the Texas Revolution.< Less
For Honor, Country, and God: Los Niños Héroes By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, this ground-breaking book tells the full story of the stirring role played by Mexico's young cadets, Los Niños Héroes, at Chapultepec on September 13, 1847. Phillip... More > Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., is the first American author to present a book in English about these cadets, separating fact from fiction to present a more accurate view of the desperate defense of Chapultepec and the Military College during the Mexican-American War. This book presents the dramatic true story of the cadets in all its tragedy and glory, when Mexico’s existence was at stake. No sacrifice was more memorable or inspirational in this unjust war than that of the six teenage cadets. But, this book is about more than the sacrifice of these students. This is also the story of the heroic struggle of a young republic attempting to survive the unstoppable invasion of a neighboring country, the U.S.A. At Chapultepec, the cadets fought with great courage and died for honor, country, and God, so that Mexico would survive.< Less

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