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Running from the Law: Why Good Lawyers Are Getting Out of the Legal Profession

Running from the Law: Why Good Lawyers Are Getting Out of the Legal Profession

A good overall critique of today’s legal profession by an experienced attorney who gave up the life of a corporate lawyer to help others caught in the same career dilemma. Organized by case-history and personality profiles, the result is highly... Read On

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Looking Backward: 2000 – 1887, by Edward Bellamy

Looking Backward: 2000 – 1887, by Edward Bellamy

A prescient book on a social and economic ideology that ultimately took form as the Soviet Union. Presented in fictional form by a young man of 1887 who undergoes an accident causing him to regain consciousness in 2000 after profound social changes, ... Read On

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The Running of the Bulls: Inside the Cutthroat Race From Wharton to Wall Street

The Running of the Bulls: Inside the Cutthroat Race From Wharton to Wall Street

This book attempts to be The Paper Chase for MBA’s. Using several case histories, Ridgway traces seven students in their venture into the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, the most famous and allegedly rigorous of g... Read On

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The Ideal City, by Dr. Cosimo Noto

The Ideal City, by Dr. Cosimo Noto

This book should be read in conjunction with Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward published in 1888. Published a few years after Bellamy’s work, which achieved widespread fame at the end of the 19th century, The Ideal City emulated Looking Backward and ... Read On

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Proletarian Order: Antonio Gramsci and the Occupation of the Factories, 1919-1920

Proletarian Order: Antonio Gramsci and the Occupation of the Factories, 1919-1920

My first comment is to note that the not-so-kind Professor—and it seems there is no aspect of human affairs so absurd or so preposterous that some professor somewhere has not built a highly lucrative tenure teaching upon its foundation—far from adher... Read On

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Beginner’s Grace, by Kate Braestrup

Beginner’s Grace, by Kate Braestrup

This is not your typical prayer book and doesn’t read like you might expect your stereotypical book by a pastor to read. If you like quotes from Casablanca in your prayer book, then this might be for you. Very open minded, there are mentions of... Read On

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The Broker, by John Grisham

The Broker, by John Grisham

As far as John Grisham novels go, it may be true that I have never met one I didn’t like, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t liked one more than others – or less, as the case may be. Such was the case with “The Broker”... Read On

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While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

This is a clarion call from an American writer alarmed at the growing presence of Islam and Muslims in post-9/11 Europe. The title says it all:  liberal immigration and welfare policies of modern Europe, both EU and non-EU states, have caused their e... Read On

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The Red Decade, by Eugene Lyons

The Red Decade, by Eugene Lyons

A remarkable work studiously ignored when it was published in mid-1941 and alternately attacked or maligned by America’s mainstream press and censored class-rooms since. Could perhaps be sub-titled “The Great American Children’s Crusade” ... Read On

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A Prince of Our Disorder: the Life of T.E. Lawrence

A Prince of Our Disorder: the Life of T.E. Lawrence

A dense work presenting virtually everything known or knowable about the life of Colonel T. E. Lawrence, the British agent and social misfit who attempted to lead the Bedouin of Arabia out of the deserts and into the modern world. Most interesting is... Read On

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