by Amy Goldstein
In the midst of the Great Recession, the nation’s oldest General Motors factory shut down, throwing thousands out of work and upending families as well as the entire community. Amy Goldstein spent years in Janesville, chronicling the aftermath. Revealing, searing, and sympathetic, it tells a story of devastated lives and hope for the future.
by Ty Tashiro
For some of us, navigating social situations is just plain overwhelming, despite our mastery of other areas in life. In Awkward, Ty Tashiro unpacks much of the research behind this common trait, and shares personal stories of how it has influenced his life.
by Iwan W. Morgan
Ronald Reagan’s ascendance to the presidency signified a changed America, one ready to move past the turmoil of the 60s and 70s and embrace the most optimistic version of our country and selves. Morgan’s biography provides great insight into his idealistic foreign policy and often-pragmatic domestic policy efforts, while showing how his le