Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Dies Irae (William Fortschen)

This is a book written on two levels. It works on one, and not on the other. As political polemic and call to action,...

The Diversity Myth (Peter Thiel and David Sacks)

“The Diversity Myth” is a twenty-year-old book that nobody would remember, despite its many virtues, were it not for that its authors (and many...

Appetite For America (Stephen Fried)

“Appetite For America” is that rare book that combines the best of a history book and a business book. It’s the story of Fred...