July 2020: Non-Fiction Previews

What a difference a month makes. And yet not. Recent weeks have reconfirmed what we already knew: that books are an essential we turn to in times of strife for comfort, consolation, information and diversion. And that is something to cling on to during what are exceptionally challenging times.

Still, the current situation also has the effect of making certain titles seem more prescient than ever before. For example, Greed is Dead: Politics After Individualism by Paul Collier and John Kay, in which the authors set out their belief that community and mutuality will be the drivers of successf...

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