Former Gov. Sarah Palin hangs onto her No. 1 spot on our list of best selling political books as we head into a new decade.

"Stones Into Schools" by Greg Mortenson debuts at No. 2, picking up where he left off with "Three Cups Of Tea" by promoting his belief that peace can be achieved through education, not wars. Thus far, he has established more than 130 schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan, primarily for girls.

"The Imperial Cruise" by James Bradley lands at No. 6, offering a clearer view of President Theodore Roosevelt's race-based beliefs that led him him to miscalculate when handling international matters...

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