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Unequal Cities: Overcoming Anti-Urban Bias To Reduce Inequality in the United States

The book covers perspectives already extensively discussed in urban literature.
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The Progress Illusion: Reclaiming Our Future from the Fairytale of Economics

This latest addition to critiques of mainstream economics will likely appeal to economists, ecologists, and public policy analysts.
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Surprised Again! The COVID Crisis and the New Market Bubble

A helpful and insightful analysis of current economics.
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The Retirement Challenge: What’s Wrong with America’s System and a Sensible Way To Fix It

A quick yet informative read for anyone wanting to better understand and prepare for retirement.
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Sold Out: How Broken Supply Chains, Surging Inflation, and Political Instability Will Sink the Global Economy

Contrarian investors will likely enjoy this title. Others may prefer a more accessible presentation.

Slouching Towards Utopia: An Economic History of the Twentieth Century

This volume, partly an economic history but mostly a thorough record of the global economy’s connection with politics, is destined to become a classic in its category. Social sciences and history collections would benefit the most from this book.
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The Worth of Water: Our Story of Chasing Solutions to the World’s Greatest Challenge

A sensitive call to action for a very worthy cause: working to get clean water and sanitation for the poorest populations on our planet.
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The Middle Out: The Rise of Progressive Economics and a Return to Shared Prosperity

A thoughtful reflection on rebalancing democracy with capitalism to bring about a more compassionate United States; deserving of wide readership.
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Adam Smith’s America: How a Scottish Philosopher Became an Icon of American Capitalism

This book should be part of library collections on economic and social thought. Liu’s recontextualization of Adam Smith will be of interest to scholars as well as general audiences.
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