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Book Review

Just So

by Matt Sutherland

Certain renowned figures are difficult to characterize, a fact that speaks to their diverse interests, ingenuity, and unique ability to gain and maintain influence across large swaths of society. Brilliance helps, no doubt, but more... Read More

Book Review

Life

by Jeremiah Rood

"Life"’s idealism about growing and aging is meaningfully tempered as it considers the realities of racism. Floyd L. Griffin Jr.’s engaging social science book "Life" considers the impact of race in America through the lens of human... Read More

Book Review

The Crooked Path

by Catherine Thureson

Kelden’s "The Crooked Path" is a thoughtful examination of one modern pagan movement. The first part of the book attempts to define traditional witchcraft—a daunting task, given the myriad beliefs and practices of traditional... Read More

Book Review

Would I Lie to You?

by Meg Nola

Judi Ketteler’s "Would I Lie to You?" surveys society’s levels of dishonesty and deception, showing that even seemingly sincere people can drift into untruths. Featuring analyses of honesty and guidance from experts in psychological... Read More

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