She Found Something Hopeful in Even the Most Challenging of Circumstances
And a Biography of John Marshall, the Greatest Chief Justice of the United States
And on Independent Women, the American Midwest, and Her Advice to New Writers
A Memoir by the Founder of the Non-Profit Group "Life After Hate"
And a Book of First-Hand Accounts of Black Men and Women Who Knew Abraham Lincoln
Moving Purposefully through a World of Trump, Erdogan, and Brexit
Representing Black Doctors in the Segregated South, Lenny Bruce, and Muhammad Ali
And an Important Look Inside an Infamous Chicago Housing Project
“Words are always at the heart of all our problems, and the beginning of all our solutions.”
Using the Novelist's Life to Examine the Often-Troubling Rise of Globalization
And A Thriller About Resisting Hitler On The Eve of World War II
The World of John Cullen Murphy, Drawer of Prince Valiant, and His Friends
On the Occasion of Her Death, Remembering the Author's Fiery Spirit
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
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