Peter Laufer - History - 2003 - 237 pages
"Exodus to Berlin" tells the story of the migration of Soviet block Jews who were invited by the German government to come make a new life in prosperous and democratic Germany.
Sheila Swan, Peter Laufer - Travel - 2004 - 153 pages
This book equips women with a cache of valuable advice on how to gain awareness and stay centered in all situations to enjoy the pleasures, not the pitfalls, of travel. Revised ...
Peter Laufer - History - 2006 - 212 pages
A shattering journey of revelation, pain, and betrayal, Mission Rejected takes the reader deep into the turmoil of U.S. troops confronting the Iraq War.
Peter Laufer - Travel - 2011 - 248 pages
These days everyone has something to say (or declaim!) about the U.S.–Mexico border. Whether it’s immigration, resource management, educational policy, or drugs, the ...
Peter Laufer - Political Science - 1995 - 270 pages
A radio host and program director traces the rise of today's influential radio talk shows, criticizing the half-truth that often passes for informed commentary on the airwaves ...
Peter Laufer - Law - 1994 - 205 pages
Recounts the 1993 case of four teenagers from an upper-middle-class New Jersey town who were accused of raping a mentally retarded girl, and discusses its implications about ...
Peter Laufer - Political Science - 1993 - 193 pages
Harrowing tales by Americans incarcerated in Peru, Pakistan, Thailand, Mexico, Turkey, and other foreign countries as told to the author, an international news correspondent.