Author Archives: Steven Leibo

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“When The GOP Really was the Grand Old Party”

Posted in 2016 Presidential Election, American Politics, Angry Groups, Donald Trump, Gun Control, Patriotism, Real Conservatives and Donald Trump, Republican Primaries, WAMC Northeast Public Radio Commentaries | Leave a comment

Tienkuo: The Heavenly Kingdom

4th in Amazon’s Best Sellers in Chinese History Oct.  2011 Amazon site for Tienkuo: The Heavenly Kingdom (digital edition $2.99) Delighted to announce the new edition  of the revised version of my historical novel It was the year 1858 and … Continue reading

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Fighting for our Climatic Future

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Trump & the Pledge of Allegiance

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Mr Trump: A Month of Lessons Learned

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Making Clear Distinctions in the Age of Trump

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Angry Groups: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Understanding Angry Groups Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Their Motivations and Effects on Society Susan C. Cloninger and Steven A. Leibo, Editors With the assistance of Mohammad   Amjad In today’s society, we see angry groups in many forms—from animal rights and climate … Continue reading

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