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“Empire of Enchantment” explores magic’s roots in India (though you’ll have to forgive the typos).

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The photographer’s book “Shade” juxtaposes recent news events with photos of his former boss Barack Obama.

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The singer describes how she went from being a victimof domestic abuse to the face of empowerment.

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David Kaplan argues that generations of justices have overstepped their bounds.

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Anthony Salvanto reveals why you don’t get called and how 1,000 people can speak for 325 million.

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Adam Tooze analyzes the financial chaos of 2008 and the longterm dangers still playing out

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Steven Pearlstein surveys our economic landscape and ponders the survival of capitalism.

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Steve Kornacki revisits the political battles of a fateful decade.

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Susan Orlean sifts through the ashes to find the man who burned 1 million books.

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In ‘On Sunset’ Harrison delves deeper into her past, and the lives of the eccentric grandparents who raised her.

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In a world of fast-buck bestsellers, “Questioning Minds” is an unapologetically scholarly work — and a great read.

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“Imagine John Yoko” answers any lingering questions about the former Beatle’s celebrated solo album.

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The actors and authors of “The Greatest Love Story Ever Told” know they’re the epitome of #couplegoals.

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Sarah Smarsh recounts the hardship of being poor and invisible in America.

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A neuroscientist explores how screens have destroyed our ability to read thoughtfully.

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Steven R. Weisman explores the impact of America on Judaism.

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Barbara Ransby chronicles the rise and importance of a dynamic movement.

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