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Reviews of Books Priced $29.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $29.95.

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The Environment

by Barry Silverstein

Three academics delve into the history of the environment in the solidly researched, expertly written "The Environment". Though “the environment” is a term frequently bandied about by activists, scientists, and journalists, even its... Read More

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Future Sounds

by Ho Lin

David Stubbs’s "Future Sounds" takes on the gargantuan task of providing an overview of the entire history of electronic music, from the influence of English philosopher Francis Bacon back in 1626 to the smashing success of electronic... Read More

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Cutting the Wire

by Ho Lin

While politicians and civil rights groups have their day regarding the border between the US and Mexico, it’s worth remembering the ordinary human beings who escape the news cycle’s notice. "Cutting the Wire", a timely compilation of... Read More

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How It Happened

by Rachel Jagareski

Budapest lawyer Ernő Munkácsi was the secretary of Hungary’s Central Jewish Council, which administered restrictions on Jews by the government and its German occupiers during 1944. He documents the decimation of the largest intact... Read More

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The Broadcast 41

by Rachel Jagareski

Carol A. Stabile explores the “cleansing” of progressive women writers, artists, and performers from postwar American television in "The Broadcast 41". It’s a chilling account of how FBI and conservative leaders worked to cement... Read More

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As a City on a Hill

by Rachel Jagareski

Daniel T. Rodgers eloquently decodes four centuries of Western history in "As a City on a Hill", in which myths and meanings of Massachusetts Bay Colony governor John Winthrop’s 1630 “A Model of Christian Charity” are elegantly... Read More

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