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Hateland

by Mya Alexice

White nationalists, mass shooters, conspiracy theorists: these scary labels seem to belong to the most extreme members of society. But as Daryl Johnson argues in "Hateland", hateful extremism resides in the mainstream consciousness like... Read More

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Surviving Global Warming

by Barry Silverstein

Roger Sedjo, a senior fellow at an environmental think tank and a shared recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on climate assessment, is guardedly hopeful about humanity’s ability to deal with climate change—though... Read More

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American Intolerance

by Rachel Jagareski

Despite the poignant poetry adorning the Statue of Liberty, aspiring citizens of various ethnicities and religions have not been warmly welcomed to the US, as documented in Robert E. Bartholomew and Anja E. Reumschüssel’s dispiriting... Read More

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Stuck in Manistique

by Aimee Jodoin

Set in small-town Michigan, "Stuck in Manistique" is an unconventional novel that is both entertaining and cathartic. Dennis Cuesta’s quirky and atmospheric novel, "Stuck in Manistique", strikes a perfect balance between lighthearted... Read More

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Kompromat

by Karl Helicher

In "Kompromat", Jeff Pegues, who covers justice and homeland security for CBS News, offers a chilling, cautionary investigation of the cyberwar between the United States and Russia, one that serves as a wake-up call for citizens and... Read More

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When Cotton Was King

by Joseph S. Pete

Meticulously researched and plotted, the novel threads the Blackstone family seamlessly through the narrative of the Civil War and the preceding conditions. Alvin S. Yusin’s historical novel "When Cotton Was King" is a... Read More

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