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Digitally Invisible: How the Internet Is Creating the New Underclass

This thorough narrative rethinks the digital divide from the lens and considerations of race and place. It’s sure to inform debates and directions in public policy, industry, and civil society, including libraries.
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The Longest Con: How Grifters, Swindlers, and Frauds Hijacked American Conservatism

A worthy addition to the growing body of literature about the current state of U.S. politics. Pairs well with Sarah Posner’s God’s Profits: Faith, Fraud and the Republican Crusade for Values Voters and Maggie Haberman’s Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America.

Predicting the Winner: The Untold Story of Election Night 1952 and the Dawn of Computer Forecasting

This title showcases Chinoy’s capacity for meticulous detail, fascinating research, and strong sources. Readers who study the intersection of politics and technology will relish this book.

To Run the World: The Kremlin’s Cold War Bid for Global Power

A remarkably balanced, brilliant, ambitious, durable work of scholarship, combining histories of the Cold War with Soviet foreign policy. A good read-alike is Adam Ulam’s Expansion and Coexistence: The History of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917–67.
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Divided Isles: Solomon Islands and the China Switch

Highly recommended for readers interested in diplomacy with China and international relations in general or the politics and history of the Solomon Islands in particular.
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The Hollow Parties: The Many Pasts and Disordered Present of American Party Politics

A work of impressive scholarship. Will appeal to readers seeking to understand the unraveling of U.S. politics.
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Up in Arms: How Military Aid Stabilizes—and Destabilizes—Foreign Autocrats

A valuable analysis of how military aid to other countries can hinder dictators as much as it can help them.
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The Constitutional Bind: How Americans Came To Idolize a Document That Fails Them

An eye-opening and exhaustive look at the U.S. Constitution. This book will reward readers’ tenacity and enlighten academics, policymakers, and civic-minded Americans alike.

A Supreme Court Unlike Any Other: The Deepening Divide Between the Justices and the People

McMahon’s exemplary ability to explain the changes in party politics, ideologies, and political practices helps readers to visualize the monstrous philosophical gap between the judges and their electorate. This confirms his thesis that judicial independence is creating judicial isolation, to the detriment of the country. The book will appeal to voracious consumers of political thought and current events.
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