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I Lived to Tell the World

I Lived to Tell the World presents thirteen inspiring profiles of men and women who have endured unthinkable cruelty, only to resume productive lives in...

| paperback | $29.95

One Sunny Day

“Every year when the days begin to stretch and the penetrating heat of summer rises to a scorching point, I am brought back to one...

| paperback | $29.95

Constructing a Democracy

Every ten years, states go through the process of redistricting: choosing how to divide up and apportion their state and federal legislative districts. How the...

| paperback | $44.95

Protest City

In the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election, Portland made national news with nightly social justice protests, often met with violent response by...

| paperback | $24.95

The Making of the Northwest Forest Plan

Tree sitters. Logger protests. Dying timber towns. An iconic species on the brink. The Timber Wars consumed the Pacific Northwest in the late 1980s and...

| paperback | $39.95

Planning the Portland Urban Growth Boundary

In this companion volume to Oregon Plans: The Making of an Unquiet Land Use Revolution, Sy Adler offers readers a deep analysis of planning Portland’s...

| paperback | $39.95

Willamette River Greenways

The Willamette River Greenway Program, first proposed in 1966 by future Oregon governor Bob Straub, envisioned a nearly two-hundred-mile assemblage of public lands along the...

| paperback | $24.95

A Voice for Justice

As an educator, speaker, deputy attorney general, and judge, David Schuman was known for his ability to clarify difficult legal concepts. According to James Egan...

| paperback | $24.95

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