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8 Books to Read Before Election Day

October 25, 2022

With November 8th quickly approaching, the mudslinging TV ads are increasing, while my mailbox is brimming with insulting political fliers as local opponents face off. Personally, it’s enough to make me not want to go to the polls at all. Or perhaps it’s time to cut through all the noise and revisit the writings of some of our nation’s most influential leaders. No matter where you fall on the party line, hopefully you’ll find inspiration to get out and vote in one of these political works. 



The U.S. Constitution and Other Key Writings

History buffs will want to add this leather-bound hardcover to their repertoire, as it not only includes the nation’s most defining document, but also the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Federalist Papers and other revolutionary works by the Founding Fathers, Susan B. Anthony, and Frederick Douglass.

Foundations of Freedom Word Cloud Boxed Set

Show off some patriotic pride by displaying this neutral-toned collection prominently on your built-ins. With a montage of Old Glory imprinted across the spines, this set includes historic works such as The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Presidential Inaugural Addresses, Common Sense and The Rights of Man, and more.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dissents

In this Word Cloud special edition, you’ll find 15 majority and dissenting opinions drafted by the second woman in history to be appointed to the Supreme Court. But perhaps what makes this tome so covetable is its cover. Showcasing Ginsburg’s famed Banana Republic bib necklace, which she wore to express her disapproval on court rulings, her likeness perfectly captures her strong personality and her reputation as an equal rights pioneer and feminist icon.

Barack Obama Speeches

Former president Barack Obama’s never-ending sense of optimism is perfectly captured in this hefty leather-bound tome. Featuring pre-presidential speeches, inaugural addresses, State of the Unions and more, this special edition provides a comprehensive look at how No. 44’s message of hope evolved from before his presidency until his last day in office.

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