And Scientists Duel to Shape The World
David Frum Has Been Keeping Track of the Ways Our Democracy Has Been Degraded So Far
And Niall Ferguson on the Subversive Power of Networks, from the 15th Century to Silicon Valley
A Remarkable Second Volume in the Author's Planned Four-Part Seasonal Quartet
Getting Into Harvard at Age 11, Being a Piano Virtuoso at Age 4, and Other Unusual Life Trajectories
And 'Bad Jobs and Poor Decisions,' a Memoir of Life in the Working-Class Trenches
Contemplating Fried Bread, the Abbey Theatre, and Whether the Child is Father to the Man
The Author Was Close to Death when He Wrote the Anti-Totalitarian Classic
"Critics, All of Them Men, as Far as I Can Tell, Have Lavished Praise . . ."
And a Woman Who Tracks Down the Lost Street Children of Uganda
For New York, 1898-1919 Was an Era of Vigor, Optimism, Energy, and Struggle
Industrial Workers Who Believed in Militancy, Solidarity, and Songs
And a Sharp and Insightful Collection of Musings from Ursula K. Le Guin
What if the Female Protagonist was Darcy, and She Had More Control Over Her Life?
A Philosopher, who is Himself Biracial, Offers Up a New Way to Think About an Old Issue
And Actor-Playwright Sam Shepard's Novella, Finished in the Weeks Before His Death
Kurt Andersen Says America Has Always Believed in Hokum -- but It's Looking Darker These Days
And a Rich, Wide-Ranging Collection of African-American Folklore
American Universities in the Mideast Dwell in a Realpolitik World of Wealth, Exploitation and Oppression
And a Look at the Real Laura Ingalls Wilder (an anti-New Deal anti-Semite)
Poor Dory, Surrounded by Five Very Brilliant -- and Off-Putting -- Older Siblings
A Young Widow Finds an Unholy Love, and Puts Her Soul in the Balance
And a Look at Today's Tech Titans, and Some of the Ways they are Hurting Society
And an Ex-Inmate's Lament that "Private Companies are Now Making Money off of Our Incarceration”
And Environmentalist Bill McKibben Tries His Hand at Fiction
The Former President Calls the Late Wiesel 'in Many Ways, the Conscience of the World'
A Tragedy of a Life Cut Short that Shines a Light on the Problem of Overincarceration
And 'The Water Will Come' Warns of Rising Seas and Sinking Cities
An Honest, and at Times Alarming, Journal from the 2016 Campaign Trail
The Protagonist Wrestles with What in His Sometimes-Difficult Past was Real
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