Books Sandwiched In podcast

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A podcast archive of Books Sandwiched In, a monthly lunchtime program focused on important nonfiction books

Marshall Stair responds to a plan for wealth equality in What then must we do? : straight talk about the next American revolution by political economist Gar Alperovitz
Chad Hellwinckel is inspired by The one-straw revolution: an introduction to natural farming by Masanobu Fukuoka.
Indya Kincannon reviews How children succeed: grit, curiosity, and the hidden power of character by Paul Tough.
Dr. Clif Tennison responds to Pete Earley’s book Crazy: a father's search through America's mental health madness.
Dr. Dahlin-Brown discusses The death and life of the great American school system : how testing and choice are undermining education by Diane Ravitch evaluating the results of standardized testing and school choice.
Elizabeth Wright discusses The new feminist agenda: defining the next revolution for women, work, and family by Madeleine Kunin.
Jay Leutze talks about his book Stand up that mountain: the battle to save one small community in the wilderness along the Appalachian Trail.


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