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A Savage Factory

by Luise Bolleber

If you were born in the 1960s or earlier you probably remember the exploding deathtrap known as the Ford Pinto. Robert Dewar worked for Ford as an auto plant foreman during the Pinto’s production. According to Dewar this vehicle’s... Read More

Book Review

Becoming Alice

by Luise Bolleber

World War II and its aftermath led to one of the most massive ethnic cleansings in Western history: Nazi Germany deported and killed millions of Jews and the Soviet Union expelled millions more ethnic Germans from eastern countries. But... Read More

Book Review

Future Scenarios

by Luise Bolleber

The terms “peak oil” and “climate change” have been a part of the national mindset for a few years, but they have been examined in isolation from one another. Books such as James Howard Kunstler’s The Long Emergency and Al... Read More

Book Review

Goal

by Luise Bolleber

Soccer is considered the most popular sport in the world. For Mohammad Alikhail soccer not only provided an important refuge during his childhood in Afghanistan in the 1960s and ‘70s it also opened doors that lead to his life as a... Read More

Book Review

What Else is to Eat?

by Luise Bolleber

Living with food allergies not only limits your eating choices, it can also threaten your life. According to the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network, food allergy is believed to be the leading cause of anaphylaxis outside hospitals,... Read More

Book Review

What The World Eats

by Luise Bolleber

Every week, families around planet Earth gather for meals at tables, in tents, or on dirt-packed floors, but what they eat depends on where in the world they live. The authors of this book set out to document those weekly meals by... Read More

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