Book Review

Books on impeachment may both trouble and reassure President Trump

Given its rarity and proven inability to dislodge sitting presidents, it may be surprising to find several books on impeachment in recent years. Such is the nature of Donald Trump's presidency that many authors deemed it necessary to write these books.

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Bios of Dr. Seuss, Mr. Rogers explore their creators' commitment to kids

Book review: Biographies of Theodor Geisel and Fred Rogers allow us to reflect on the culture of American childhood over the past half century, as well as explore the lives of two very interesting men who did so much to shape that culture.

Book Review

Authors detail lives, deaths of US missioners

Book review: Martyrs of Hope focuses on the U.S. government's role in the repression of Latin Americans aspiring to live in dignity. It is a compelling discussion of the lives and murders of seven U.S. missioners.

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Fracking becomes personal suffering

Book Review: Stacey Haney likely never read Pope Francis' encyclical on humans and the environment, but her experiences highlight the relevance of the pope's environmental concerns for ordinary Americans who often feel insulated from these matters.