What if the Japanese had won the battle of Midway in 1942? The impact on the war in the Pacific could have been momentous. In Halsey's Bluff, a new World War II novel by best-selling author Larry Schweikart, the Japanese do win---and Bull Halsey, whose fleet faces total destruction, must use all his skills as a leader and tactician to turn defeat into victory. BUY NOW!
The eternal struggle between the frontier and civilization is at the core of our national heritage, and that's what makes rodeo an important component in the creation of American popular culture. Michael Allen explains our continuing interest through a combined examination of history and cultural interpretation. BUY NOW!