Gernot Wagner, author of But Will the Planet Notice?, writes in the New York Times, "You reduce, reuse and recycle. You turn down plastic and paper. You avoid out-of-season grapes. You do all the right things. Good. Just know that it won’t save the tuna, protect the rain forest or stop global warming. The changes necessary are so large and profound that they are beyond the reach of individual action."
The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America
“Mr. Levinson writes engagingly, and he exhibits no overt political brief. Anyone with a common-sense grasp of business practices will find the author's points clearly and fairly presented.” —The Wall Street Journal
A new translation from Richard Howard; Foreword by Geoff Dyer "Barthes takes the reader on an exquisitely rendered, lyrical journey into the heart of his own life and the medium he came to love, a medium that flirts constantly with the ‘intractable reality’ of the human condition.” —Newsweek
Drawing on the unique historical sites, archives, expertise, and unquestioned authority of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, New York Times bestselling authors Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón have created the first authorized and exhaustive graphic biography of Anne Frank.
Six months after its American introduction in 1985, the Yugo was a punch line; within a year, it was a staple of late-night comedy. By 2000, NPR’s Car Talk declared it “the worst car of the millennium.” And for most Americans that’s where the story begins and ends. Hardly...
Taking on decades of received scholarly wisdom, David Waldstreicher has written the first book to acknowledge the centrality of slavery to the origins and language of the U.S. Constitution. Famously, the Constitution never mentions slavery. And yet of its eighty-four clauses, six are directly concerned with slaves and the interests of their owners.