18 Brilliant Books for Fall
Gary Shteyngart's novel about a boorish Wall Streeter on a hilarious and heartbreaking trip across America, an education from historian Jill Lepore on the narrative of the United States, mind-expanding works of pulp fiction and philosophy, and more.
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Winners Take All
Are entrepreneurs who say their innovations are being made with the collective good in mind really helping the average American? This radical and eye-opening critique suggests that many of today's socially conscious elites, while well-meaning, are hoarding the fruits of "progress," thus abetting an unequal status quo.
— Michelle Hart