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All The Single Ladies
All The Single Ladies

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Arrival City
Arrival City
How the largest migration in history is re-shaping our world

Arrival City is Doug Saunders' own term. Others that are used to describe the same places include slum, shantytown, favela, banlieue, ghetto, ethnic enclave and plattenbau, which Mr Saunders believes mostly misunderstand and misrepresent their true nature. This book is a fix for that, as well... Read more
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Adapt
Adapt

She's probably in the minority, but this reviewer winced a little on seeing that the most prominent accolade for Tim Harford on the cover of "Adapt" was "Britain's Malcolm Gladwell". Because her impression of the latter writer is that of a genius, unimaginatively retrofitting... Read more
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20th May 2014 05:19 AM by Francesca R Go to last post
 
Attack of the Theocrats
Attack of the Theocrats

Sean Faircloth is the past president of the Secular Coalition for America and is currently working with Richard Dawkins. His message is about activism.
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18th July 2012 11:00 AM by happyskeptic Go to last post
 
A Short History of Nearly Everything
A Short History of Nearly Everything

Bryson starts with the Big Bang and ends with modern era extinction - and in the intermediate 30 chapters takes in all the science needed to connect the two.
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Author rating: 70% Rated 77% by 3 members 8th November 2011 08:49 AM by Multivac Go to last post
 
Anarchy, State and Utopia
Anarchy, State and Utopia

Libertarianism from A to Z. Well; A to U perhaps.
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21st January 2011 12:37 PM by Francesca R Go to last post
 
America's Prophet
America's Prophet
Moses and the American Story

Taken from amazon.com:

The exodus story is America's story. Moses is our real founding father.
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20th May 2010 12:15 AM by Paradox74 Go to last post
 
A People's History of the Supreme Court
A People's History of the Supreme Court
The Men and Women Whose Cases and Decisions have Shaped our Constitution

From the beginnings of the U.S. Constitution, Iron takes readers behind the scenes to the people who are the names of our Supreme Court cases.
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