Paul W. Gleason teaches in the religion department at California Lutheran University and is a recent recipient of the National Book Critic Circle's emerging critic award.
A new book blames the Baby Boomers for Millennials' economic woes—and lets Reagan off the hook.
In her most recent book, Merve Emre examines our obsession with ourselves.
A new book by one of America's foremost philosophers recommends talk therapy to a troubled nation that probably needs something stronger.
Two new books on economic history and theory suggest the limits of the Austrian school—and the vital importance of progressive taxation.