Political & Social Science

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The theory of the case made by attorney, curatorial journalist, and professor Seth Abramson is that Donald Trump and a core group of 10 to 20 aides, associates, and allies conspired with a hostile

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“The book is not a complete history of U.S.-British relations, but instead a narrower and more focused look at how as empires Britain and America struggled for power and influence.

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National Review Senior Editor Richard Brookhiser has perfected the art of brief, concise, and reflective biographies of America’s founding generation.

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The title of this short but important book is a bit off.

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“For an interesting look at a largely obscure part of United States history, this volume is highly recommended.”

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“Female rage is the essential fuel of #metoo.”
—Caitlin Flanagan

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“Hello World looks under the hood of computers and is a good read for everyone about our ‘now’ and our near future.”

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At last a book that attacks the “Blob” and holes it below the water line. Whether it can sink it is another matter.

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Jay Sexton puts American history in a global perspective.

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By all appearances, Beijing looks on track to become the world’s largest and most productive economy in a few years.

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Fight for Liberty should be required reading for every college student—indeed, for every American and, regardless of their nationality, every person capable of reading and understanding th

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"The beginnings of class warfare, democracy, individual liberty, local government, racism, and American slavery had beginnings for what would become the United States in Ja

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“A copy of Peter Phillips’ Giants: The Global Power Elite should be in everyone’s book case, like a good dictionary or atlas.” 

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Does Donald Trump owe his 2016 election victory to Russian hacking? Since Election Day, many political scientists have answered: “most likely no.” The logic goes like this:

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"Some stories are better than the books written about them and, sadly, this is one of them."

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The year 2016 began a new era of political populism throughout the developed world. In the United States, the face of that populism is President Donald Trump.

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Isabel Sawhill says she was “dumbfounded by the 2016 election.” Having already started her book she had to address new, fundamental questions. Who voted for President Trump and why?

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If there are any remaining doubts about the central role played by Ronald Reagan in the unraveling of the Soviet empire, Seth Jones’ riveting new book A Covert Action should dispel them.

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