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I Swear: Politics Is Messier Than My Minivan

Funny, honest, relatable, and smart, this audiobook will enhance any library’s political science or memoir collection.

Homegrown: Timothy McVeigh and the Rise of Right-Wing Extremism

Toobin’s authoritative chronicle, which allows the facts to speak for themselves, is as unsettling as it is powerful. A timely and impressive account of the roots of domestic terrorism.

Bottoms Up and the Devil Laughs: A Journey Through the Deep State

Grimly witty but also deeply unnerving, listeners will be on the edge of their seats. This is a winner for public libraries.

Cracked: The Future of Dams in a Hot, Chaotic World

This audio will interest listeners seeking well-researched, issue-oriented nature nonfiction. A worthwhile purchase for most libraries, but the appeal is more niche than universal.

Underground Empire: How America Weaponized the World Economy

This groundbreaking survey is essential reading for policymakers, students, and practitioners of international politics, business, and economics.

The Civic Bargain: How Democracy Survives

A guarded but optimistic vision for saving democracy. Best for readers who are concerned about the future of the U.S.

Merchants of the Right: Gun Sellers and the Crisis of American Democracy

Carlson’s study pairs well with Matthew Lacombe’s Firepower, Michael Waldman’s The Second Amendment, and A Right To Bear Arms??, edited by Jennifer Tucker. An intriguing work that is highly recommended, particularly for large public and academic library collections.

Battlefield Cyber: How China and Russia Are Undermining Our Democracy and National Security

Still, the confirmed successes of Chinese and Russian cyberwarfare make this book a gripping and highly recommended read.

Political Rumors: Why We Accept Misinformation and How To Fight It

The cursory mentions of COVID and social media as a purveyor of misinformation aren’t enough to keep this text relevant. Only for those interested in the archaeological roots of misinformation.
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