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Modern Greece

A valuable resource, ideal for students doing research or general readers interested in knowing more about Greece, both its current state and its history.

The Fighting Soul: On the Road with Bernie Sanders

A thoughtful and comprehensive account of the Sanders 2020 campaign and an authoritative description of the candidate’s personality. Readers who want to know more about Sanders or are interested in political campaign narratives will enjoy this book.

Things Are Never So Bad That They Can’t Get Worse: Inside the Collapse of Venezuela

A riveting personal exploration of Venezuela’s slow-moving collapse.

The White House Plumbers: The Seven Weeks That Led to Watergate and Doomed Nixon’s Presidency

General readers on both sides of the political aisle will welcome this instructional, conscience-stricken account and will want to compare the book to the five-part miniseries based on it (to appear on HBO in 2022).

Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America’s Public Monuments

Worthily preceded by Sanford Levinson’s Written in Stone and David Gobel and Daves Rossell’s Commemoration in America, Thompson’s book underlines the need to evaluate public monuments, murals, and exhibits, to make them nexuses of learning rather than reinforcers of past beliefs.

The Naked Don’t Fear the Water: An Underground Journey with Afghan Refugees

This is a beautifully written individual story made more meaningful by thoughtful and well-informed insights into a country ravaged by war and undermined by foreign powers. Highly recommended.


It Could Happen Here: Why America Is Tipping from Hate to the Unthinkable—And How We Can Stop It

A well-reasoned argument for vigilance against of hate, with useful suggestions. Recommended for readers interested in politics and current events who would like to take action.

Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom

Purnell’s writing is personal, moving, and offers a globally relevant perspective. It dramatically expands the scope of how Americans can think about policing and justice and will leave a lasting impact.

How Civil Wars Start: And How To Stop Them

Highly recommended.
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