Written by John Howard Griffin, Black Like Me is a nonfiction book that explores the condition of racial justice
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A former journalist at The Economist and the current professor of public policy and economics at Dartmouth University, the author of the Naked Statistics –
Americans deify democracy in a way that allows for a dim awareness that they have, from time to time, stood in defiance of their God.
If you have low self-esteem and feel stuck at a point beyond your ability, the book, The Secret, will lift your morale and change your
When Breath Becomes Air is a memoir written by the late neuroscientist Paul Kalanithi. Kalanithi died with terminal cancer at the age of 37.
How to Lie with Statistics, written by Darrel Huff, was first published in 1954. The book is more than relevant
Written by V.S. Naipaul and published in 1967, The Mimic Men is about the life of Ralph Singh,