Pbs newshour best books 2016
The best books of , according to experts | PBS NewsHourWhat were the must-read books of ? Now back to the NewsHour Bookshelf and a look back at this year in books. And we go back to Jeff, who recently sat down with two bestselling authors, novelist Jennifer Close and business writer Daniel Pink, at the Washington, D. Well I selected three books, works of nonfiction that belongs in everybody's best-of-the-year list, but that didn't get the attention they deserve. It's by a guy named Adam Benforado. He's a professor of law at Temple University, and he wrote a book about the criminal justice system, and his argument is that the criminal justice system is based on assumptions about human behavior and neuroscience that just aren't true. And that means that the criminal justice system doesn't mete out justice.
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Jeffrey Brown Jeffrey Brown. I am a reader. I cherish my time alone with a book, and there is never a time when I am not reading something. Like my colleagues, I am a news junkie dwelling in the froth of the daily headlines. For us, everything moves fast and requires a gathering and consideration of facts. I am an advocate for books, reading, literature and literacy. Our bookshelves groan.
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In , notable new books often reflected and supplemented conversations around current trends, topics and events. That might include reading more. If so, you'll want to pay close attention as Jeffrey Brown guides us through the best books of Ann Patchett, as many of our viewers know, is an author, novelist and owner of the bookstore Parnassus. Her last novel, "Commonwealth," was on many critics' list for best books of the year in I love year-end roundups, because I get to really think about what stuck with me over the course of the year. It's just wholly original, a little rough.
It's thoughtful. He shirked the legacy of generational poverty, I was beyond excited, thanks in huge part to helpful hands along the way. So when I heard she had a new one coming out. But it's this dialogue that I think bewshour finally beginning to have across lines of race.
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