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A Wicked War

Amy S. Greenberg; read by Caroline Shaffer

The story of the Mexican-American war—one of the most controversial events in nineteenth-century American history—and of how it divided the country and profoundly impacted the political lives of James Polk, Henry Clay, and Abraham Lincoln. Learn More
Why The New Deal Matters

by Eric Rauchway; read by Peter Lerman

This book looks at how the legacy of the New Deal, both for good and ill, informs the current debates around governmental responses to crises. Learn More
Why Liberalism Works

by Deirdre Nansen McCloskey; read by Janet Metzger

From Deirdre Nansen McCloskey, an insightful and passionately written book explaining why a return to Enlightenment ideals is good for the world. Learn More
Why Baby Boomers Turned from Religion

by Abby Day; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

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Parents of the 1940s and 1950s raised their Baby Boomer children to be respectable church-attendees, and yet in some ways demonstrated an ambivalence that permitted their children to spurn religion and eventually to raise their own children to be the least religious generation ever. This study is the first to offer a sociological account of the sudden transition from religious parents to non-religious children and grandchildren, focusing exclusively on ex–Anglican Boomers. Learn More
Who Will Pay Reparations on My Soul?

by Jesse McCarthy; read by Terrence Kidd

National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist
New York Times Book Review
Best Books of the Year: TIME, Kirkus Reviews

A supremely talented young critic's essays on race and culture, from Toni Morrison to trap, herald the arrival of a major new voice in American letters. Learn More
The White Mosque

by Sofia Samatar; read by Sofia Samatar

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PEN American Literary Award Longlist

A historical tapestry of border-crossing travelers, of students, wanderers, martyrs and invaders, The White Mosque is a memoiristic, prismatic record of a journey through Uzbekistan and of the strange shifts, encounters, and accidents that combine to create an identity. Learn More
White House Warriors

by John Gans; read by David Marantz

This revelatory history of the elusive National Security Council shows how staffers operating in the shadows have driven foreign policy clandestinely for decades. Learn More
Where Great Powers Meet

by David Shambaugh; read by Eric Jason Martin

The United States and China are engaged in a broad-gauged and global competition for power. While this competition ranges across the entire world, it is centered in Asia. In this book, David Shambaugh focuses on the critical sub-region of Southeast Asia. Learn More
When Women Ruled the World

by Maureen Quilligan; read by Suzanne Toren

A leading Renaissance scholar shows in this revisionist history how four powerful women redefined the culture of European monarchy in the glorious sixteenth century. Learn More
What Blest Genius

by Andrew McConnell Stott; read by John Lee

The remarkable, ridiculous, rain-soaked story of Shakespeare's Jubilee: the event that established William Shakespeare as the greatest writer of all time. Learn More
Western Jihadism

by Jytte Klausen; read by Rosemary Benson

Drawing on her unparalleled database of up to 6,500 Western jihadist extremists and their networks, Jytte Klausen has produced the most comprehensive account yet of the origins of Western jihadism and its role in the global movement. Learn More
The Western Front

by Nick Lloyd; read by Mark Elstob

A panoramic history of the savage combat on the Western Front between 1914 and 1918 that came to define modern warfare. Learn More
Well of Souls

by Kristina R. Gaddy; foreword by Rhiannon Giddens; read by Chanté McCormick

An illuminating history of the banjo, revealing its origins at the crossroads of slavery, religion, and music. Learn More
The Wealth of Refugees

by Alexander Betts; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

Refugee numbers are increasing due to a proliferation of fragile states, and this problem will be exacerbated by climate change and the impact of COVID-19. The Wealth of Refugees identifies approaches that can be effective in improving the welfare of refugees, increasing social cohesion between refugees and host communities, and reducing the need for onward migration. Learn More
We're Still Here

by Jennifer M. Silva; read by Teri Schnaubelt

We're Still Here provides powerful, on the ground evidence of the remaking of working-class identity and politics that will spark new tensions but also open up the possibility for shifting alliances and new possibilities. Learn More
We Don't Know Ourselves

by Fintan O'Toole; read by Aidan Kelly

Winner 2021 An Post Irish Book Award

A celebrated Irish writer's magisterial, brilliantly insightful chronicle of the wrenching transformations that dragged his homeland into the modern world. Learn More
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments

by Saidiya Hartman; read by Allyson Johnson

National Book Critics Circle Finalist

A breathtaking exploration of the lives of young black women in the early twentieth century. Learn More
Washington's Circle

David S. Heidler and Jeanne T. Heidler; read by David Drummond

George Washington was a singular, often aloof man who sought out the counsel of a few, trusted men to help him share his task of governing the new nation. In WASHINGTON'S CIRCLE, David and Jeanne Heidler introduce not just the president but the group of extraordinary men who advised him. Learn More
The Voyage of the Morning Light

by Marina Endicott; read by Eva Kaminsky

From a critically acclaimed and beloved storyteller comes a sweeping novel set aboard the Morning Light, a Nova Scotian merchant ship sailing through the South Pacific in 1912. Learn More
The Voucher Promise

by Eva Rosen; read by Xe Sands

An in-depth look at America's largest rental assistance program and how it shapes the lives of residents in one low-income Baltimore neighborhood. Learn More
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