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Two Pieces of Cloth

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Two Pieces of Cloth" is the loving biography of a couple who lived through the twentieth century’s darkest days. Joe Gold recalls how his parents relied on faith and good fortune to survive the Holocaust in the historical biography... Read More

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Jayne Mansfield

by Eileen Gonzalez

Eve Golden’s biography of Jayne Mansfield covers the life, death, and legacy of the oft-dismissed actress. Throughout her career and ever since her premature death, Mansfield has been treated as a punchline, more than a performer. But... Read More

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Winged Bull

by Eileen Gonzalez

Jeff Pearce recounts the life and exploits of versatile English explorer, politician, and diplomat Henry Layard in "Winged Bull". Always restless, Layard set out for Sri Lanka in 1839 at the age of twenty-two. He never arrived.... Read More

Book Review

The Precipice

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Precipice", noted scholar Noam Chomsky and interviewer C. J. Polychroniou review Donald Trump’s presidency and its possible short- and long-term consequences for the world. In a series of interviews conducted over several... Read More

Book Review

On Property

by Eileen Gonzalez

In his brief text "On Property", Rinaldo Walcott makes a case for the abolition of property and the criminal justice system. As far as most people, particularly white people, are concerned, abolition was a one-time event that freed... Read More

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Our Own Worst Enemy

by Eileen Gonzalez

Tom Nichols examines the current state and possible future of liberal democracy in "Our Own Worst Enemy". In decades past, Nichols says, democratic nations had to protect themselves from external, physical threats. But countries around... Read More

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