RealClearBooks Morning Edition

Thursday, July 28
This Summer's Best Thriller - P. Jean Bennett, RealClearBooks
The Trump-Putin Fallacy - Masha Gessen, New York Review of Books
Seneca at the Court of Nero - Bettany Hughes, The New York Times
What Makes a Great Teacher? - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Chinese Cultural Revolution - Donna Bailey Nurse, MacLean's
Language and Literature - Sarah Lyall, The New York Times
Breaking Rockefeller - John R. Coyne Jr., The Washington Times
Radical Transformation - Janet Maslin, The New York Times
Zika: The Emerging Epidemic - Sally Satel, Denver Post
Challenging Misogyny - John Powers, NPR
Wednesday, July 27
America's First Congress - Carol Berkin, The New York Times
Reading to Become More Well-Rounded - Jacquelyn Smith, Biz Insider
Books on Film - The Economist
Master Your Cash Flow - Kevin Kruse, Forbes
Sacred, Simple, Small - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Which Europe Now? - Mervyn King, New York Review of Books
Strategy without Illusions - Karl Walling, Library of Law and Liberty
Killer's Twisty Path to Atonement - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
Donald Trump's Yunited States of Yuge - Caity Weaver, GQ
Show that Changed Everything - Sandra McElwaine, The Washington Times
Tuesday, July 26
Grit More Important Than Talent? - John Glenn, The Federalist
Must-Read Science Fiction Novels - Paul McAuley, New Scientist
What Really Happened at Politico? - Luke Mullins, Washingtonian
Take a Break from Politics, Read Books - D.G. Martin, The Mountaineer
Forever Paris - Justin Postlethwaite, France Today
Trump's Ghostwriter Tells All - Jane Mayer, The New Yorker
The Tangles of Diplomacy - Genevieve Valentine, NPR
Hope in Dark Times - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Writing 'Rodham' - Young Il Kim, Politico
Running Dangerously - J. Kemper Campbell, Lincoln Journal Star
Monday, July 25
Why Bother Reading and Writing Books? - Becca Rothfeld, The Nation
Taking Back Social Justice - Barton Swaim, Washington Free Beacon
Tales from the Tech Whorehouse - Ellen Huet, Bloomberg
Dark History of the Olympics - Mary Pilon, The New York Times
New and Noteworthy This Week - Jocelyn McClurg, USA Today
Summer Reading - Paul Mirengoff, PowerLine
Laughing Gas and Psychedelic Literature - Patrick Lyons, VICE
Chicago, a Novel - Betty Lytle, The Oklahoman
Gay Talese Stays Too Long at the "Voyeur Motel" - Annalisa Quinn, NPR
Somalia's Nascent Love Affair with Books - Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz
Saturday, July 23
Why Calvin and Hobbes is Great Literature - Gabrielle Bellot, Lit Hub
Biographers Who Can't Let Go - Richard Brookhiser, Observer.com
10 Favorite Books - Lisa Yuskavage, The New York Times
Effort of Creativity - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
What Should You Read This Summer? - TED
Bicycling in Literature - Charlotte Jones, The Guardian
Does Fiction Make You a Better Person - Sarah Kaplan, Houston Chronicle
Fox Terrier Mystery - David Rosenfelt, The Washington Times
Quiet Man's Computer Revolution - Adam Keiper, Philanthropy Roundtable
5 Writing Tips - Donald Ray Pollock, Publishers Weekly
Rotten Tomatoes for Books - Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke, Observer.com
Never a Book Borrower or a Lender Be - Kim Velsey, Observer.com
Friday, July 22
15 Books to Read This Summer - Vox
What We're Reading This Summer - The New Yorker
Read These Books for a Better Life - Darius Foroux, Observer.com
Best Space Photography Books - Space.com
China, India and the United States - Aram Bakshian, The Washington Times
On Writing About the Holocaust - Bri Lee, The Guardian
House at the Edge of Night - Annalisa Quinn, NPR
Digital Reading is No Substitute for Print - Naomi Baron, The New Republic
Power of Perception - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Political Suicide - Terri Schlichenmeyer, Pilot News
Wednesday, July 20
The War on Science - Christine Gorman, Scientific American
Best-Selling Books of 2016 - Madeline Raynor, Entertainment Weekly
Why Viggo Chose These Enlightening Books - Nathan Reese, NYTimes
Golfing on LSD? - Dwight Garner, The New York Times
The Science of Stress - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Complex Stories Come Together - Heller McAlpin, NPR
Removing Rod Blagojevich - John R. Coyne Jr., The Washington Times
Talking About Jane Eyre - Mallory Ortberg, The Guardian
Marrow Island - Patrick Rapa, Philly Voice
Read These 10 Lost Books - Lucy Scholes, BBC
Tuesday, July 19
John Quincy Adams - Will Morrisey, Library of Law & Liberty
Beach Reading About College - Willard Dix, Forbes
Your Art Degree is Good For Business - Anna Staropoli, Observer.com
Writer Blossomed in Old Age - Bryan Marquard, The Boston Globe
James Madison's Hand - James Srodes, The Washington Times
Everything I Don't Remember - Ryan Vlastelica, The A.V. Club
Reading About Turkish History - Ryan Evans, War on the Rocks
No Need to Be Polite - Tim Adams, The Guardian
How to Neutralize Haters - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
The Scarcity of Annie Dillard - Temple Cone, Washington Free Beacon
Monday, July 18
China is Re-writing the Book on Human Origins - Jane Qiu, Nature
Heroes of the Frontier - Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
Art of Being Alone - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Trump the Press - Leslie Eastman, Legal Insurrection
New and Noteworthy Books - Jocelyn McClurg, USA Today
'Hamilton' is a Revelation - Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
What Are People Reading? - The Boston Globe
Authors in Court - Martin Rubin, The Washington Times
Sequel Goes Askew - Jason Sheehan, NPR
6 Story Arcs Define Western Literature - Nathaniel Scharping, Discover

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