A list of the best books of the year, in no particular order.
Matt McGrath’s book The Price of Power: The Price Of Empire and the Price of Knowledge.
McGrath is an American journalist and writer, known for his book The Rise and Fall of the New York Times, The World Tomorrow: The Last Days of the Modern World, and the award-winning The Secret History of the World: The First and Last Thousand Years.
Nick Bilton’s book How to Be an Anti-War Activist.
Peter Schiff’s book Why You Shouldn’t Trust The System: A Radical Theory of Financial Collapse.
Christopher Caldwell’s book Inside the World of War and Conflict.
Andrew Bynum’s book A Tale of Two Cities: How the New Urbanism Was Born, How it’s Remaking America, and How We Can Save It. 6.
Kevin Roose’s book Who Rules America: A Political History of 20th-Century America.
John W. Whitehead’s book America’s War: From Civil War to the Present.
Michael Goodwin’s book Beyond the Battlefields: America’s Greatest Wars and the People Who Made Them.
Steve Sailer’s book Blackout: Why Americans Must Stop Ignoring Climate Change.
Andrew McAfee’s book What If the Government Wasnt Watching You?
Kevin Ryan’s book This Is the End: A Survival Guide for the Next Generation.
Michael Moore’s book Bowling for Columbine: The Truth Behind the Columbine Massacre.
David Horowitz’s book Killing Reagan: The Tragedy of the American Republic.
Michael Pollan’s book Better Angels: The Case Against Religion.
Christopher Hitchens’ book The Omnivore’s Dilemma: How Technology and the State Threaten Our Lives.
John Dolan’s book Animal Farm: The Epic Story of a Family of Pigs.
Matt Taibbi’s book Everything Is Embarrassing: Why Everyone Is a Victim of Their Own Cult.
James Taranto’s book No Country for Old Men: Why Trump Is Wrong and What We Can Do About It. 19.
David E. Sanger’s book Sanger and Son: How an American Family Built the Modern-Day Left.
Daniel Kranish’s book Trumped Up: How Trump is Destroying Our Republic.
Alex Rosenberg’s book All the Presidents’ Children: How Presidents Are Using Their Kids to Destroy America.
Jonathan Chait’s book Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal.
Daniel Pink’s book Fear of the Unknown: Why the Right Is Facing an Uncertain Future.
Sam Harris’ book Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.
Richard Hofstadter’s book Understanding Psychology: An Introduction to Human Psychology.
Eric Metaxas’ book Understanding the Mind: How Our Brains Learn and Why They Matter.
Matthew Yglesias’ book Who Killed JFK?: The Unanswered Questions about the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Jonathan Haidt’s book Rationality, Diversity, and Freedom: A Philosophical Introduction to American Culture.
Stephen F. Cohen’s book Moral Foundations of Freedom: Why Liberalism Is the Worst Form of Government.
Jonathan Safran Foer’s article What We Need to Know about Climate Change: The Latest Science on the Causes, Prevention, and Adaptation.
Robert Wiblin’s book Climate Change, the Future of Life on Earth, and Other Controversies.
Matthew Desmond’s book Redefining a Word: A New Science of Meaning.
David Brooks’s book Thinking in terms of Truth.
Peter Beinart’s book Unsafe at Any Speed: The Surprising Truth About How We Learn and Our Beliefs.
Michael Lewis’ book What the Bible Really Says.
Brian Beutler’s book Coming Apart: The State of White America.
Robert Reich’s book Where’s Waldo?
Andrew Sullivan’s book White House Diary.
Michael Hardt’s Book of the Week: The Rise of the Political Left.
Daniel Hopsicker’s book Power of the Majority: The Triumph of the Left over the Right.
James Robinson’s book Politics and the Public Sphere: An American Story.
David Harsanyi’s book In Defense of America: The Crisis of American Democracy.
John McWhorter’s book My Life in America: How a Generation Becomes an American Nation.
Paul Krugman’s book Krugman’s New Deal: The Great Economic Collapse of 2008 and the Great Recession that followed.
Stephen Colbert’s book Hard Choices: The Politics of Austerity and the Politics of Hope.
Steve Forbes’s book