Archive for March, 2012

David Wolman

March 16 . 2012

Intrigued by the distinct possibility that cash will soon disappear, author and Wired contributing editor David Wolman sets out to investigate the future of money…and how it will affect your wallet in The End of Money.

Frederick S. Lane

March 15 . 2012

Now, 2-year-olds use iPads and most high school students have a cell phone, so the need to teach our children cyberethics has never been greater. In Raising Cyberethical Kids, Frederick S. Lane explains how you can reinforce your household values and educate your children on how to avoid the risks of online misbehavior.

Mark Sundeen

March 14 . 2012

In The Man Who Quit Money, author Mark Sundeen tells the amazing story of how one man learned to live, sanely and happily, without earning, receiving, or spending a single cent.

Scott Wallace

March 13 . 2012

Scott Wallace tells the extraordinary tale of a journey into the deepest recesses of the Amazon to track one of the planet’s last uncontacted indigenous tribes in The Unconquered.

David K. Shipler

March 12 . 2012

Pulitzer Prize winning  journalist, David K. Shipler takes an impassioned, incisive look at the violations of civil liberties in the U.S. that have accelerated over the past decade—and their direct impact on our lives in The Rights Of The People.

Ha-Joon Chang

March 9 . 2012

If you’ve wondered how we did not see the economic collapse coming, Ha-Joon Chang knows the answer in 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism.

John Nichols

March 8 . 2012

As state legislatures across the US take up union busting measures, John Nichols shows how the Wisconsin protests is a blueprint for progressives around America who’ve had enough in Uprising.

Raymond Bonner

March 7 . 2012

From Pulitzer Prize–winner Raymond Bonner, Anatomyof Injustice is the gripping story of a grievously mishandled murder case that put a twenty-three-year-old man on death row. It was a case plagued by incompetent court-appointed defense attorneys, a virulent prosecution, and both misplaced and contaminated evidence.

Hogan Gorman

March 6 . 2012

Inspired by her acclaimed one-woman show, Hogan Gorman’s Hot Cripple is a bitingly funny and keenly observed account of the cracks in our medical and social welfare system.

 

Elizabeth Price Foley

March 5 . 2012

In The Tea Party, Elizabeth Price Foley takes on the mainstream media’s characterization of the movement, saying that it has been distorted in a way that prevents meaningful political dialogue and may even be dangerous for America’s future.