Accurately understanding American history might be the best future protection against repeating past mistakes.
If the United States is to be “great again”—or, truly great for the first time ever for all of its citizens—the country must admit with stark honesty to what it has been.
A memoir, manual, and novel look at history, relationships, and personal drive.
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This time the best-selling Berkeley author debunks gut instincts.
The beloved Oakland Tribune sports writer and columnist wrote his last column in 2011 but writes just as much these days.
Women and girls in particular might scrutinize Barbara Boxer’s tactics and achievements and use them as inspiration.
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The Berkeley writer’s latest is an angry work, but readers will remember more than that.
Michael Chabon’s latest memoir traces its roots to his grandfather.