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To start with a softball of a metaphor (apt because perhaps the high point of her career to date is the 1992 film A League of Their Own), when it comes to getting her points across in her

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“Social networking newcomers: Munch on this book like you would a good snack.”

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“. . . a charming book . . . but a bit of a tease.”

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“Richard Horan sure can write! [but] Many of us already know this stuff from listening to NPR in Walmart parking lots.”

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“. . . reasoned and prudent approach . . . take her warnings regarding the inherent dangers of voter suppression politics seriously.”

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“. . . engaging and fun. . . . present[ing] the spectrum of views on marriage in ways most of us can relate to . . .”

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“The book is a slog. . . . You can learn a lot from this book, but it’s like taking bitter medicine.”

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“. . . part geographical mystery tour . . . invention and innovation history . . .”

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“. . . packs a powerful punch: Ms. White covers every possible topic the up-and-coming female executive will need to tuck into her Prada portfolio.”

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“. . . an honest portrayal of the battles of a few meant to benefit not only themselves but those who came after them.”

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“. . . the one book needed to guide us all through the upcoming election year.”

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“David Lesch’s Syria is timely, relevant, and to the point, providing the educated reader with everything needed to make sense of what is happening in that country.”

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“. . . that rarest of things: a book that moves the heart and mind equally and concurrently. . . . never been another book like it.”

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“Every Love Story Is a Ghost Story succeeds in offering the clearest glimpse yet of what it must have felt like to live in Wallace’s head . . .”

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“. . . a joy to read and an essential part of the library of anyone who builds guitars or plays them.”

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“. . . full of sly, scholarly challenges to the common wisdom peddled as dharma, karma, and nirvana.”

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“. . . a coffee table book that deserves to be read and studied. . . . beautiful and engaging . . .”

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“. . . anyone concerned about the destiny of a place needs to comprehend and appropriately apply the insights and techniques of this seminal book.”

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“. . . provides a brief introduction to an important subject with vast significance.”

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Great achievements follow all that has come before and influence all that will come after.

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“. . . a good case study of what happens . . . when politics and science use each other and the media to advance their own agendas rather than public policy.”

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