Review: National Book Award-winning author Charles Johnson shares how to have a happy life in Grand. Also in this review are Maria Giura's memoir and Invisible Americans by Jeff Madrick about child poverty in the U.S.
Book review:Rust offers a liberal take on the Trump Country genre, written by former steelworker Eliese Colette Goldbach, a millennial feminist from a lower-middle-class Catholic Republican family in Cleveland.
Review: It seems strange to assert that a book about Late Renaissance Italian women in health care is relevant to the present global crisis, but striking parallels are found throughout Forgotten Healers: Women and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance Italy by Sharon T. Strocchia of Emory University.
Review: Jack Jenkins' ultimate interest is the role that the religious left plays in electoral politics, especially at the national level. He finds much to be encouraged about on this front. He concludes that progressive faith communities will influence the political arena for a long time to come.