New Regency Communications


New Regency Communications, founded as a publishing house in 1989, expanded into film and broadcast communications in the subsequent decades. Committed to distributing works which affirm the intrinsic value of the human person and the awe inspiring nature of Life itself. Co-founder David Solomon was fond of quoting Kant, "Every person is an end in themselves, and not ever be regarded as a "means" to some other 'end.' " With co-founder Brian Johnston, Solomon guided the corporation until his passing in 1997.


Death As A Salesman: What's Wrong With Assisted Suicide
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 41,280. Language: English. Published: December 21, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Current affairs
Recognized as one of the definitive handbooks in the battle against assisted suicide, this clearly written analysis examines the issue from numerous perspectives. Chapters include: The story of Jack Kevorkian; the history of the Hemlock Society; real answers to pain and depression; hospice care; medical ethics; the social history of assisted suicide; and much more.
Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 7,570. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2010. Categories: Essay » Political
New edition of the dynamic book first published in 1983; the only book to be published by a U.S. President while in office. Contributions from Wanda Franz, Ph.D., Pres. of the National Right to Life; Brian P. Johnston, CA. Comm. on Aging and Western Regional Dir. of the Nat. Right to Life; and the Hon. William Clark, Chief of Staff to then-Gov. Reagan, National Security Adviser to the President

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