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A Rabble of Dead Money

by Charles R. Morris; read by Tom Perkins

In this new book, Charles Morris tackles the white whale of economic history, the Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, which has become a palimpsest of competing fads and trends in thinking about financial policy-making. Learn More
Stolen Girls

by: Wolfgang Bauer; translated by Eric Frederick Trump; read by Bahni Turpin

One night in April 2014, members of the terrorist organization Boko Haram raided the small town of Chibok in northeast Nigeria and abducted 276 young girls from the local boarding school. In Stolen Girls, Wolfgang Bauer gives voice to these girls, allowing them to speak for themselves—about their lives before the abduction, about the horrors during their captivity, and their dreams of a better future.
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One Nation Under Gold

by James Ledbetter; read by Jonathan Yen

In One Nation Under Gold, acclaimed author James Ledbetter traces the origins of our national obsession with gold and expertly explores the controversies around this hallowed metal. Learn More
Spy Schools

by Daniel Golden; Jonathan Yen

In Spy SchoolsPulitzer Prize-winning journalist Daniel Golden exposes how academia has become the center of foreign and domestic espionage—and why that is troubling news for our nation's security. Learn More

by Jessica Bruder; read by Karen White

Library Journal Best Book
Kirkus Best of 2017
New York Times Notable Book

Nomadland is a revelatory work of in-depth narrative journalism about a new American workforce and a shift away from retirement as we know it. Learn More
What Unites Us

by Dan Rather; read by Dan Rather

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At a moment of crisis over our national identity, Dan Rather has been reflecting—and writing passionately almost every day on social media—about the world we live in, what our core ideals have been and should be, and what it means to be an American. Learn More
The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore

by Jared Yates Sexton; read by P.J. Ochlan

Like the works of Hunter S. Thompson and Norman Mailer—books that have paved the way for important narratives that shape how we perceive not only the politics of our time but also our way of life—The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore is an instant, essential classic, an authoritative depiction of a country struggling to make sense of itself. Learn More
The Know-It-Alls

by Noam Cohen; read by Adam Grupper

In The Know-It-Alls former New York Times technology columnist Noam Cohen chronicles the rise of Silicon Valley as a political and intellectual force in American life. Learn More
The Counterrevolution

by Bernard E. Harcourt; read by Stephen R. Thorne

A distinguished political theorist sounds the alarm about the counterinsurgency strategies used to govern Americans. Learn More
The Gifted Generation

David Goldfield; read by Mike Chamberlain

A sweeping and path-breaking history of the post–World War II decades, during which an activist federal government guided the country toward the first real flowering of the American Dream. Learn More
Big Mind

by Geoff Mulgan; read by Julian Elfer

Informed by the latest work on data, web platforms, and artificial intelligence, Big Mind shows how collective intelligence could help us survive and thrive. Learn More
The Source

by Martin Doyle; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

In this fresh and powerful work of environmental history, Martin Doyle explores how rivers have often been the source of arguments at the heart of the American experiment―over federalism, taxation, regulation, conservation, and development. Learn More
Close Encounters with Humankind

by Sang-Hee Lee; read by Emily Woo Zeller

In Close Encounters with Humankind, paleoanthropologist Sang-Hee Lee explores some of our biggest evolutionary questions from unexpected new angles. Learn More
The Burning Shores

by Frederic Wehrey; read by Paul Boehmer

The death of Colonel Muammar Qadhafi freed Libya from forty-two years of despotic rule, raising hopes for a new era. But in the aftermath, the country descended into bitter rivalries and civil war, paving the way for the Islamic State and a catastrophic migrant crisis. In a fast-paced narrative that blends frontline reporting, analysis, and history, Frederic Wehrey tells the story of what went wrong. Learn More
The Gift of Our Wounds

by Arno Michaelis and Pardeep Singh Kaleka, with Robin Gaby Fisher; read by Kirby Heyborne and John McLain

One Sikh. One former Skinhead. Together, an unusual friendship emerged out of a desire to make a difference. Learn More
Identity Crisis

by John Sides, Michael Tesler, Lynn Vavreck; read by Paul Heitsch

Donald Trump's election victory stunned the world. How did he pull it off? Was it his appeal to alienated voters in the battleground states? Was it Hillary Clinton and the scandals associated with her long career in politics? Were key factors already in place before the nominees were even chosen? Identity Crisis provides a gripping account of the campaign that appeared to break all the political rules―but in fact didn't. Learn More
From Cold War to Hot Peace

by Michael McFaul; read by LJ Ganser

From one of America's leading scholars of Russia who served as U.S. ambassador to Russia during the Obama administration, a revelatory, inside account of U.S.-Russia relations from 1989 to the present Learn More
To Fight Against This Age

by Rob Riemen; read by Liam Gerrard

An international bestseller, To Fight Against This Age consists of two beautifully written, cogent, and urgent essays about the rise of fascism and the ways in which we can combat it. Learn More
The Improbable Wendell Willkie

by David Levering Lewis; read by Mike Chamberlain

From the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner comes this surprising portrait of Wendell Willkie, the businessman–turned–presidential candidate who (almost) saved America’s dysfunctional political system. Learn More
Small Wars, Big Data

by Eli Berman, Joseph H. Felter, and Jacob N. Shapiro, with Vestal McIntyre; read by John McLain

The way wars are fought has changed starkly over the past sixty years. International military campaigns used to play out between large armies at central fronts. Today's conflicts find major powers facing rebel insurgencies that deploy elusive methods, from improvised explosives to terrorist attacks. Small Wars, Big Data presents a transformative understanding of these contemporary confrontations and how they should be fought. Learn More
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