ARCHER, Jules. American, b. 1915. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Law, Biography, Plays/Screenplays, Young adult non-fiction, Humor/Satire, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Novellas/Short stories, Adult non-fiction, Children's non-fiction, Civil liberties/Human rights, Organized labor, Human relations/Parenting, Humanities, Military/Defense/Arms control, Politics/Government. Publications: (with A. Green) Show Biz, 1959; Front-Line General: Douglas MacArthur, 1963; Twentieth-Century Caesar: Benito Mussolini, 1964; Man of Steel: Joseph Stalin, 1965; Fighting Journalist: Horace Greeley, 1966; Laws That Changed America, 1967; The Dictators, 1967; World Citizen: Woodrow Wilson, 1967; Battlefield President: Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1967; Red Rebel: Tito of Yugoslavia, 1968; The Unpopular Ones, 1968; From Whales to Dinosaurs, 1968; African Firebrand: Kenyatta of Kenya, 1969; The Extremists: Gadflies of American Society, 1969; Angry Abolitionist: William Lloyd Garrison, 1969; Philippines' Fight for Freedom, 1970; Indian Foe, Indian Friend, 1970; Colossus of Europe: Metternich, 1970; Hawks, Doves, and the Eagle, 1970; Who's Running Your Life, 1971; 1968: Year of Crisis, 1971; Revolution in Our Time, 1971; Treason in America: Disloyalty versus Dissent, 1971; Ho Chi Minh: The Legend of Hanoi, 1971; Uneasy Friendship: France and the United States, 1972; Strikes, Bombs, and Bullets: Big Bill Haywood and the I.W.W., 1972; Cho En-lai, 1973; Mexico and the United States, 1973; The Plot to Seize the White House, 1973; Resistance, 1973; They Made a Revolution, 1776, 1973; Trotsky: World Revolutionary, 1973; Famous Young Rebels, 1973; Mao Tsetung: A Biography, 1973; China in the Twentieth Century, 1974; Washington Versus Main Street, 1974; Riot: A History of Mob Action in the United States, 1974; The Russians and the Americans, 1975; Watergate: America in Crisis, 1975; Legacy of the Desert, 1976; The Chinese and the Americans, 1976; Police State, 1976; Epidemic!, 1977; Hunger on Planet Earth, 1977; Superspies, 1977; You and the Law, 1978; You Can't Do That to Me, 1980; Winners and Losers: How Elections Work in America, 1984; Jungle Fighters: A G.I. War Correspondent's Experiences in the New Guinea Campaign, 1985; The Incredible Sixties: The Stormy Years That Changed America, 1986; Breaking Barriers: The Feminist Revolution, 1991; Earthquake!, 1991; Tornado!, 1991; Hurricane!, 1991; They Had a Dream, 1992; Rage in the Streets: Violence in America, 1994; Midnight Jules (radio book), 1994; A House Divided: Lives of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, 1995; Special Interest, 1997; To Save the Earth, 1998. Address: 225 Mt. Hermon Rd, #59, Scotts Valley, CA 95066, U.S.A.