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The Turn-On

by Steven Goldstein HarperBusiness (October 22, 2019)

How do Tiffany Haddish, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and Apple’s Tim Cook turn us on, and why do some other public figures drive us crazy and turn us off? And who are the behind-the-scenes gurus who help public...


Stiffed Updated Edition

by Susan Faludi William Morrow Paperbacks (October 15, 2019)

"Stiffed is a brilliant, important book.. Faludi's reportorial and literary skills unfold with breathtaking confidence and beauty... She goes a long way toward eliminating the black and white, good and evil,...


Citizen Outlaw

by Charles Barber Ecco (October 15, 2019)

A dramatic narrative account of the life of William Juneboy Outlaw III, whose journey from housing-project youth to ruthless gangland kingpin to change-making community advocate represents a vital next chapter...


They Don't Represent Us

by Lawrence Lessig Dey Street Books (November 05, 2019)

With insight and urgency, Harvard law professor and author of the bestselling Republic, Lost Lawrence Lessig argues both that our government does not represent us and that how we are represented doesn’t represent...


Hardcore History

by Dan Carlin Harper (October 22, 2019)

The creator of the wildly popular award-winning podcast Hardcore History looks at some of the apocalyptic moments from the past as a way to frame the challenges of the future.

Do tough times create tougher people?...


The Case for Nationalism

by Rich Lowry Broadside e-books (October 29, 2019)

In this timely history, the editor of the National Review chronicles the history of nationalism and its intellectual roots, revealing how this political model—a refutation of globalism—became maligned and...