Unthinkable and Other New Democracy Books this Week

Democracy Books this Week The year 2022 begins with the somber, unimaginable, unthinkable memory of January 6th, 2021. The collection of books below cover many topics, but it's difficult to begin any discussion about democracy without a reflection on January 6th with its anniversary so near. For that reason, Jamie Raskin's book Unthinkable headlines the selections below.... Continue Reading →

Looking for the Good War and Other Democracy Books this Week

Elizabeth Samet's Looking for the Good War headlines this week's collection of new books on democracy. This week's list features a diverse group including works on international relations, history, and philosophy. Moreover, each author approaches their subject from different perspectives. Nonetheless, the works contribute to different topics that involve debates surrounding democratic thought. Of course, don't... Continue Reading →

Democratic Resilience and Other Democracy Books this Week

Introduction This week features books on polarization, American history, corruption, privatization, and philosophy. A few books like Democratic Resilience and Hannah Arendt and Isaiah Berlin offer more academic reads, while American Kleptocracy and The Privatization of Everything look to reach a broader audience. Finally, Diana Schaub's His Greatest Speeches will appeal to history buffs and scholars alike. In the meantime, don't miss the... Continue Reading →

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