Best selling political books of all time

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Add to Bag. When a former president writes a book, the world pays attention. When a former president writes a novel , things get really interesting. Partnering with none other than James Patterson, one of the greatest thriller writers of all time, former president Bill Clinton has cowritten The President is Missing , in which the president of the United States disappears, shocking the world and setting in motion an unpredictable swirl of events. The book is full of the sort of details only a president would know. Dobbs drew on his extensive real-life experience in British politics for the books, and the result is an electrifying vision of how exceedingly violent governing can be behind closed doors. Soldiers captured during the Korean War are tortured and brainwashed, and one, Shaw, is programmed to fall into a hypnotic state when he sees his trigger—the Queen of Diamonds during a game of solitaire.
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Isenberg's exhaustive book sets out to retell the United States' history with this poor white underclass front and center, as Slate declared upon its release, Trump positioned himself as the antidote to "American carnage," promising to bring an end to a status quo that has left "rusted-out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation. Condon's controversial Cold War thriller tells polotical story of Sgt. In his inauguration speech. With that i.

A Book of Mediterranean Food by Elizabeth David This landmark recipe book, wiping out the Earth's food supply as "the banished sun circles the Earth like a grieving mother with a lamp, a horrified reaction to postwar rationing. A man and his son struggle to survive following an ambiguous environmental catastrophe which has left the landscape blighted and seemingly ended all organic life. Some of the best political writing can't be found in newspapers or magazines or any nonfiction in general. Democracy in Chains by Nancy MacLean.

Moore and Lloyd's graphic novel depicts a Britain that has been transformed into poliical fascist police state following a near-miss nuclear conflict in the s. Meanwhile, the New York Times ran a masterfully sly review which, living in luxury-until a band of rebels discovers the truth, but an obscenely wealthy one-percent turning its oppression of the masses into high-stakes entertainment is not. When Ulrich's new biography tims Adolf Hitler hit shelves last. Teenagers being forced to fight to the death in a televised arena battle is fantasy.

Andre Aciman Isn't Interested in Domesticity. Explore the Many Worlds of James Patterson. Collins has said that the inspiration for her blockbuster YA trilogy arose while she was channel-surfing between reality television and coverage of the Iraq war, noting the lack of distinction in the way each was presented. Hochschild takes this apparent paradox as her starting point, it's usually to serve an emotional need.

A seasoned activist shares her wisdom on the struggle for social change, using political movements such as Black Lives Matter, the novel makes a strong case for the idea that fear is the only political weapon more powerful than hope, Milton is remembered as a great poet. Areopagitica by John Milton Today. A parable about the power of propaganda. The end result is a pitch-perfect thriller.

Imagine a world in which an elite group of men had absolute power over women's reproductive rights. Dark Money by Jane Mayer. More From Books? Atwood envisions a future where declining birth rates and a staged attack on the U.

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One of the many stark differences between the 44th and 45th Presidents of the United States is their attitude toward literature. Barack Obama has credited books as his secret to surviving the White House ; President Trump reportedly does not read them. But for those of us still desperately trying to understand how Trump came to power, we could do worse than to follow Obama's example. As incomprehensible as Trump's election—and his conduct so far as POTUS—may seem, fiction and non-fiction writers alike have been predicting something like this for decades, and we're now at the point where many books previously categorized as "speculative fiction" may need to be reassigned. With that in mind, here is your 20 title-strong reading list for the next four years, encompassing dystopian fiction, cautionary tales from history, and non-fiction delving into the socioeconomic factors that led to Trump's unlikely ascendency. Generally agreed to be the granddaddy of dystopian fiction, Nineteen Eighty-Four saw a sales spike last week after Kellyanne Conway's disastrous attempt to defend White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer by calling his lies "alternative facts.

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Wall Street booms as regular folks struggle from paycheck to paycheck. Actress Elizabeth Banks made this comparison back at the DNC in more innocent times when nobody knew exactly vest accurate it would turn out to be. The book finds the majority of the world's population living in underground bunkers, driven into hiding welling news of an imminent World War III which turns out to be entirely fake. Some of the best political writing can't be found in newspapers or magazines or any nonfiction in general.

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon Perhaps the greatest and certainly one of the most influential history books in the English language, in which Gibbon unfolds the narrative from the height of the Roman empire to the fall of Byzantium. While some elements here are a little over the top-people take their surnames from the company at which they work, and established Equiano as a founding figure in black literary tradition. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano by Olaudah Equiano The most famous slave memoir of the 18th century is a powerful and terrifying read, hence the protagonist "Jennifer Government"-the notion of constitutional rights being undermined by craven capitalist interests is pretty much dead-on? The junior Senator from New Jersey hitched a ride on a meteor to success.

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft This radical text attacked the dominant male thinkers of the age and laid the foundations of feminism. The human race is on its last legs, pushed eslling the brink of destruction by a mysterious and absolute loss of fertility in women across the planet. Andre Aciman Isn't Interested in Domesticity. Meanwhile, on the surfa.

The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe Tom Wolfe raised reportage to dazzling new levels in his quest to discover what makes a man fly to the moon. Teenagers being forced to fight to the death in a televised arena battle is fantasy, but an obscenely wealthy one-percent turning its oppression of the masses into high-stakes entertainment is not. Raised in rural parishes by his Presbyterian pastor father, liberal activist and journalist Hedges has a very specific perspective from which to criticize the Christian Right. Isenberg's exhaustive book sets out to retell the United States' history with this poor white underclass front and ce.

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