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I enjoy reading and traveling around the world. Reading give me a cast of mind, a framework for understanding the world around me, and a way to reach across time and space to touch the thoughts, and feelings of others. traveling, is a part of me, it's a LIFE! I will always cherish and never forget-meet people I could not invent; see scenes I could not imagine. Here are some of my favorite Authors and Titles:


Children of The Killing Fields By: Theary C. Seng

Can Asians Think? Understanding The divide between East & West By: Kishore Mahbubani

The End Of The American Era U.S. Foreign Policy & Geopolitics By: Charles A. Kupchan

The Clinton Enigma By: David Maraniss

Where We Live "The North Atlantic Coast" Edit By: Sara St. Antoine

What's so Great About About America By: Dinesh D'Souza A must read!

The Reanimation Du Cambodge: Volume One & Two By: Ny Leng

The Broken Hearth: Reversing the moral collapse By: William J. Bennett

Resource WARS The New Landscape Of Global Conflict By: Michael T. Klare

Year Zero By: Father François Ponchaud A must read!

The Mekong (Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future) By: Milton Osborne

Years Of Renewal By: Henry Kissinger

The New Americans By: Michael Barone

An Hour Before Daylight By: Jimmy Carter

When Broken Glass Floats Growing Up Under The Khmer Rouge By: Chanrithy Him

The Simple truths By: Kent Nerburn

Ronald Reagan On Leadership By: James M. Strock

How Hitler Could have won WWW II By: Bevin Alexander

The Rules For Marriage By: Ellen Fein & Sherrie Schneider

The River Of Time By: Jon Swain (Phnom Penh June 1996)

Your Own Worst Enemy By: Andrew J. DuBrin

Mao Zedong By: Rebecca Stefoff

Megatrends 2000 By: Jhon Naisbitt amp; Patricia Aburdene

World Government By: William J Jacobs

Life 101 By: Peter McWilliam

Organizing Genius By: Warren Bennis amp; Patricia W Biederman

Sideshow By: William Shawcross A must read!

Music through the Dark A Tale of Survival in Cambodia By:Daran Kravanh & Bree Lafreniere

No! Is a completed sentence By: Jane Boutiae

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus By: John Gray

Born For Love By: Leo Buscaglia

Great Dads! A celebration of Fatherhood By: Jonathan P. Decker

Tuesdays With Morrie By: Mitch Albom

Don't Have Them If You Won't Raise Them! By: Dr. Laura Schlessingger

The Art Of Lying By: Kazuo Sakai, M.D. Nakana Ide

The Good, The Bad, and The Ridiculous By: Bill O'Reilly

The War Against BOYS [How misguided feminism is harming our young men]
and also the Author of Who stole Feminism? She also made an appearance on C-SPAN on June 4, 2001
By: Christina Hoff Sommers

Global Paradox The Bigger The World Economy, The More Powerful Its Smaller Players. By: John Naisbitt

The China Threat By: Bill Gertz

The Good Society The Humane Agenda By: John Kenneth Galbraith

Civility The Manners, Morals, And the Etiquette of Democracy By: Stephen L. Cater

The Future Of Capitalism By: Lester C. Thurow How Today's Economic Forces Shape Tomorrow's World

Recollection Of Reagan By: Peter Hannaford


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