Here are 10 books I wish my fellow Americans would invest the time to read ahead of the 2020 election. I do not endorse or necessarily agree with all ideas included in these books, but overall they raise important ideas, information, facts, and considerations for voters.
Stephanie Coontz$22.99 $20.69
If I could have every voter read one book, it would be this. It carefully, precisely delineates the cultural myths that have shaped damaging policy-making.
This book is so much more than what the title would suggest. It unearths the foundations of "manifest destiny" and the destructive American ideal of a western paradise or wilderness, and its effects on westward expansion, the creation of towns, cities, and communities, and American colonialism, imperialism and foreign policy in the Pacific.
Richard A. Muller$17.95 $16.51
Richard Rothstein$17.95 $16.51
Lila Abu-Lughod$20.50 $18.45
Mariana Mazzucato$16.99 $15.63
Michael Lewis$16.95 $15.59