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Book of December 2, 2009
Motivational speakers, team-building exercises, visualization against cancer, properity gospel, The Secret, “name it and claim it”, life coaches: America’s love affair with magical thinking.
Book of November 7, 2009
A journalist weaves together stories of archaeological discoveries, the Cultural Revolution, and the changing economic and social landscape of 21st-century China.
Book of October 4, 2009
The book that set the standard for in the study of commodities in human history and thought.