Herbert Calhoun: Top Non-Fiction Reviewer

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Herbert Calhoun

Herbert Calhoun

Retired Foreign Service Officer and past Manager of Political and Military Affairs at the US Department of State. For a brief time an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Denver and the University of Washington at Seattle. A graduate of the National War College and a Phd from the University of Southern California.

ROBERT STEELE: I have had the honor of meeting Dr. Calhoun, and consider him one of the most eclectic brilliant people it has ever been my pleasure and privilege to know. He is vastly more diverse in his interests, and also very critical — I tend not to publish reviews of items I consider less than 4 or 5 stars. Any amount of time with Dr. Calhoun’s reviews will be time well spent. Below I have selected a representative handful of reviews that I particularly admire but I cannot do him justice here. Please spend time at his Amazon directory page.

Below the first link is the book page and the second link goes directly to Dr. Calhoun’s review. We encourage votes for this talented reviewer.

Reviewed Dope, Inc.: The Book That Drove Henry Kissinger Crazy

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Reviewed An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States (ReVisioning American History)  

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Reviewed The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time: A Proposal in

A Double-barreled Approach to Key Problems in Cosmology

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Reviewed Frontiers of Knowledge: Scientific and Spiritual Sources for a New Era

Elements of a new paradigm of Reality

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Reviewed No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S.

Is Edward Snowden our Canary in the US coal mine?

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Reviewed The Wrecking Crew: How Conservatives Ruined Government,

The Whole Barrel, not just the Apples?

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Reviewed The Empire of Necessity: Slavery, Freedom, and Deception in the New

The complexity of the moral landscape during America’s founding generation

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Reviewed Foucault in 90 Minutes (Philosophers in 90 Minutes Series)

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Reviewed The Foucault Reader

Feb 9

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