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What many need after a drawn-out and frightening election season are resources to unplug and reconnect to our humanity. In a time when the fleeting pace of newsfeeds and the viruslike spread of fake news dominates headlines, it can be a relief to reflect on and learn from a static, thorough object like a book. US Edition U. News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes. Newsletters Coupons.
Vance, have come up as well. We prefer books that delve into social issues over those that are purely historical. What would be a good pick to keep the conversation going? Many readers write in looking for books to take their minds off the news. I understand the impulse. A lot of the books you mention connect intimate portraits of individuals to broader perspectives. Two books about American workers fit the pattern.
Books shelved as non-fiction-social-issues: The American Way of Death Revisited by Jessica Mitford, People, Power, and Profits: Progressive Capitalism fo.
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Better Off Bald: A Life in Days by Andrea Wilson Woods is the story of a courageous girl as she faced death and lived her life in the best way possible. Adrienne Wilson hated her life, she was depressed and there was nothing that Bringing economics and social issues together, the text explains the idea I am a baby boomer and I have two grown kids. Though they are educated and have good jobs, A Quiet Wisdom by Peggy Connolly is a short, compelling story of motherhood and the relationship between the author and her autistic daughter, a book that is packed with love and wisdom and what it takes to find beauty in the unusual and unexpected circumstances