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Rich, Free, and Miserable, by John Brueggemann.
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Organizing Enlightenment, by Chad Wellmon.
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Bombs and Bandwidth, Ed. by Robert Latham.
The Winds of Freedom, by Gerhard Casper.
The Eureka Myth, by Jessica Silbey.
American School Reform, by Joseph P. McDonald.
The Moral Panics of Sexuality, by Breanne Fahs, Mary L. Dudy and Sarah Stage.
Weeds in the Garden of Words, by Kate Burridge.
Grape vs. Grain, by Charles Bamforth.
Lies, Damned Lies, and Drug War Statistics, by Matthew B.Robinson and Renee G. Scherlen.
New Frontiers in the Philosophy of Intellectual Property, by Annabelle Lever.
The Enlightenment and the Intellectual Foundations of Modern Culture, by Louis Dupre.
Europe 1715 - 1919, by Shirley Elson Roessler and Reny Miklos.
Rage Company, by Thomas P. Daly.
The Price of Everything, by Eduardo Porter.
Wasted: Why Education Isn't Educating, by Frank Furedi.
Chasing Daylight, by Eugene O’Kelly.
Dirty Rotten Strategies, by Ian I. Mitroff and Abraham Silvers.
Sing Not War, by James Marten.
Out of Bounds, by Jeff Benedict.
Sex, Bombs, and Burgers, by Peter Nowak.
Taking Shots, by Keith Glass.
Complicity in the Holocaust, by Robert P. Ericksen.
Wasting Minds, by Ronald A. Wolk.
Jerusalem in Medieval Narrative, by Suzanne M. Yeager.
The Assumptions Economists Make, by Jonathan Schlefer.
Intellectual Character, by Ron Ritchhart.
The French Way, by Richard F. Kuisel.
X-Rated!, by Marcel Danesi.
Milton and the Idea of the Fall, by William Poole.
Sex Offender Laws, Ed. by Richard Wright.
The Reform of Time, by Richard H. Popkin.
Copyright's Paradox, by Neil Weinstock Netanel.
Nazi Germany and the Jews: Volume 1, by Saul Friedlander.
Why Things Matter to People, by Andrew Sayer.
Fred Clarke, by Ronald T. Waldo.
Love and Other Technologies, by Dominic Pettman.
A Hedonist in the Cellar, by Jay McInerney.
A History of Iran, by Michael Axworthy.
Humanitarian Reason, by Didier Fassin.
Listening in the Silence, Seeing in the Dark, by Ruthann Knechel Johansen.
Future Babble, by Dan Gardner.
This Is Not a President, by Diane Rubenstein.
Brotherhood of Corruption, by Juan Antonio Juarez.
Farewell to the Last Golden Era, by Bill Morales.
The Bee Eater, by Richard Whitmire.
Academically Adrift, by Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa.
Defeating Lee, by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr.
The Death Marches, by Daniel Blatman.
The Beauty Bias, by Deborah L. Rhode.
Conspiracy Rising, by Martha F. Lee.
Authors of the Storm, by Gary Alan Fine.
Waterloo, by Andrew Roberts.
Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good, by Josh Levine.
Freedom, Inc., by Brian M. Carney and Isaac Getz.
The Billionaire's Vinegar, by Benjamin Wallace.
Among the Truthers, by Jonathan Kay.
The Press Effect, by Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Paul Waldman.
Outcasts United, by Warren St. John.
The Boys of Summer, by Roger Kahn.
Explaining Crime, by Hugh D. Barlow and David Kauzlarich.
A Season of Night, by Ian McNulty.
Elston and Me, by Arlene Howard.
Economics as Religion, by Robert H. Nelson.
Empire of the Summer Moon, by S. C. Gwynne.
Darwin’s Conjecture, by Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjorn Knudsen.
Too Simple to Fail, by R. Barker Bausell.
How the Economy Works, by Roger E. A. Farmer.
Counterinsurgency, by David Kilcullen.
Under the March Sun, by Charles Fountain.
Lincoln on Trial, by Burrus M. Carnahan.
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin, by Gordon S. Wood.
Darwin's Plots, by Gillian Beer.
Nothing Less than Victory, by John David Lewis.
The Prohibition Hangover, by Garrett Peck.
Intellectuals, by Paul Johnson.
Army of Shadows, by Hillel Cohen.
First Family, by Joseph J. Ellis.
The Making of Salem, by Robin Derosa.
Bottled and Sold, by Peter H. Gleick.
The Global Auction, by Phillip Brown, Hugh Lauder, and David Ashton.
The Great Curriculum Debate, Ed. by Tom Loveless.
Red Families v. Blue Families, by Naomi Cahn and June Carbone.
The Nine, by Jeffrey Toobin.
American Swastika, by Pete Simi and Robert Futrell.
Safe by a Mile, by Charlie Metro with Tom Altherr.
Damn Senators, by Mark Gauvreau Judge.
Guns, Democracy, and the Insurrectionist Idea, by Joshua Horwitz and Casey Anderson.
Truth Machine, by Michael Lynch, Simon A. Cole, Ruth McNally, and Kathleen Jordan.
Women and Authority in Early Modern Spain, by Allyson M. Poska.
Last Man Down, by Daniel Paisner, with Daniel Paisner.
Identity Crises, by Robert G. Dunn.
Who's in Charge of America's Research Universities?, by Thomas J. Tighe.
Liberty and Authority in Free Expression Law, by Karla K. Gower.
Altered States, by Jeremy Black.
God Save the Fan, by Will Leitch.
Perspectives on Keynesian Economics, Ed. by Arie Arnon, Jimmy Weinblatt, and Warren Young.
The Corporation that Changed the World, by Nick Robins.
Modern Love, by David R. Shumway.
Storming Heaven, by Jay Stevens.
OK, by Allan Metcalf.
Corruption and Reform, Ed. by Edward L. Glaeser and Claudia Goldin.
The Shiloh Campaign, Ed. by Steven E. Woodworth.
The Lincoln Assassination Conspirators, Ed. by Edward Steers, Jr., and Harold Holzer.
Fair or Foul, by Christopher S. Kudlac.
The General & Mrs. Washington, by Bruce Chadwick.
Winning, by Francesco Duina.
The Empire Project, by John Darwin.
Sex, Power and Consent, by Anastasia Powell.
The Unknown Battle of Midway, by Alvin Kernan.
Exploring the Sociology of Europe, by Maurice Roche.
The Flight of the Century, by Thomas Kessner.
The Secrets of Happily Married Men, by Scott Haltzman.
Built to Serve, by Dan Sanders.
Blundering Leadership, by Tamara Arnott and Gayla Holmgren-Hoeller.
Socrates and Jesus, by Michael E. Hattersley.
Liberating Learning, by Terry M. Moe and John E. Chubb.
Constitutional Illusions and Anchoring Truths, by Hadley Arkes.
Jerusalem, by Roberto Mazza.
Conscience and Community, by Daniel Stoljar.
No University Is an Island, by Cary Nelson.
The Soul in the Brain, by Michael R. Trimble.
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