Best selling nonfiction books 2008

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The rise of China and India and the global distribution of power. The star witness against the polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs describes how he forced her to marry her first cousin when she was A liberatarian manifesto from the Texas congressman and Republican candidate. The Florida novelist takes up golf again after 32 years. The Democratic senator from Virginia offers his political vision. A memoir by John F.
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New York Times Notable Nonfiction of 2008: Books

Metrics details. Reading remains the preferred leisure activity for most individuals, continuing to offer a unique path to knowledge and learning. As such, books remain an important cultural product, consumed widely. Yet, while over 3 million books are published each year, very few are read widely and less than make it to the New York Times bestseller lists. And once there, only a handful of authors can command the lists for more than a few weeks.

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Wilentz explains how a year-old former actor built a powerful political machine out of evangelical Christianity, anti-communism and Wall Street. While sharply critical of Reagan's tenure, Wilentz also acknowledges its accomplishments. By Doris Lessing. Lessing combines, in a most idiosyncratic fashion , personal history, public history and imagination to tell the story of her parents and their lives in the British Empire in Africa. By Richard M. Cook is attuned to his subject and understands the forces that made this complex and difficult man tick. He does not minimize the critic's faults - arrogance, insecurity, prickliness, hostility.

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