Marcia Bookstein’s Bookshelf Jan’19

Marcia Bookstein’s Bookshelf So, the first book is Lost Connections, by Johann Hari. I heard him on TED radio, and he has a TED talk, worth listening to if only for his adorable British accent. As you read the book you’ll hear his voice in your head, and it will become that much more enjoyable.He talks about […]

December’18 Books

The Long Honduran NightResistance , Terror, and the United States in the Aftermath of the Coup by Dana Frank A story of resistance, repression, and US policy in Honduras in the aftermath of a violent military coup.This powerful narrative recounts the dramatic years in Honduras following the June 2009 military coup that deposed President Manuel Zelaya, […]

Marcia Bookstein’s Bookshelf November’18

Marcia Bookstein’s Bookshelf The most important book I’ve read so far is:War Is A Racket, by Brigadier General Smedley D. ButlerYes, his first name is  a bit unfortunate, but he is, as far as I know, the most decorated war hero in our history. He started out in the Marines, believing that he was fighting for freedom […]