Books Spring 2018 by The New Press

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strangers in their own land anger and mourning on the american right arlie russell hochschild with a new afterword by the author and a new readersí group guide no w in pa per back thenationalbookawardfinalistand new york times b e stsel l er that beca me a gui de and balm for a country stru ggl in g to u n derstan d th eelec tio nofdona ld t r ump a generous but disconcerting look at the tea party this is a smart respectful and compelling book ój ason deparle the new york times book review when donald trump won the 2016 presidential election a bewildered nation turned to strangers in their own land to understand what trump voters were thinking when they cast their ballots arlie hochschild one of the most influential sociologists of her generation had spent the preceding five years immersed in the community around lake charles louisiana a tea party stronghold as jedediah purdy put it in the new republic ìh ochschild is fascinated by how people make sense of their lives

wrestling with the devil a prison memoir ògiò wa thiongío ngu a n u nf or get ta ble chroni cle of the year th e b ril l ian t n o ve l ist an d me mo irist longfavo red f or t h e nobel pri ze spent i n a ke n y an j ail with outch arge one of the greatest writers of our time óc himamanda ngozi adichie praise for ngu ò gıò wa thiongí oí s birth of a dream weaver wrestling with the devil ngu ògò wa thiongíoís powerful prison memoir begins liter one of o the oprah magazineí s ì 10 titles to pick up nowî ally half an hour before his release on december 12 1978 in one extended flashback he recalls the night a year earlier when armed police pulled him from his home and jailed him in kenyaís kamòtò maximum security prison one of the largest in africa there he lives in a prison block with eighteen other political prisoners quarantined from the general prison population in a conscious effort to fight back the humiliation and the

lighting the fires of freedom african american women in the civil rights movement janet dewart bell of the winner tuds s ida and ize pr l e terk a g r oun dbr eak in g collecti on based on or al h isto ries th at p l u mb s th e l eade rsh ip ofafric an a mer ican wom en i n the twenti eth-c en tu ry f igh tforc ivil righ tsó man y n e arl y l o st to h is tor y ó by the award -wi nni ng ra dio an d te l e visio n p ro du c er women have such endurance we see far beyond what an ordinary view of life would be and we never give up on positive change and thatí s part of the responsibility that all of us have interviewees include too-often overlooked achievements in the movement through wide-ranging conver leah chase new orleans june jackson christmas new york city aileen hernandez deceased diane nash chicago judy richardson silver spring maryland kathleen cleaver atlanta gay mcdougall new york city gloria richardson new york city myrlie evers pomona california sations with nine

from internationally renowned documentary photographers a series of photobooks that illuminate lgbtq lives around the world bordered lives transgender portraits from mexico delhi communities of belonging edges of the rainbow lgbtq japan five bells being lgbt in australia the kids the children of lgbtq parents in the usa lyudmila and natasha russian lives out lgbtq poland pride joy taking the streets of new york

ì we in france we have nothing apart from bread wine and joy.î ó king louis vii twelfth century ì nothing is more insipid than early fruits and vegetables.î ó jean≠ jacques rousseau emile or on education 1762 ì the discovery of a new dish does more for human happiness than the discovery of a new star.î ó anthelme brillat≠ savarin 1825 ì i am for wine and against absinthe as i am for tradition and against revolution.î ó l… on daudet french nationalist writer 1867ñ 1942 ì against misery fascism and war for bread peace and liberty.î ó campaign slogan of the left≠ wing popular front coalition government

tropic of football the long and perilous journey of samoans to the nfl rob ruck howat in y pacific archi pelago i s prod uci n g mo re p l ay e rsó f ro m tro ypol amal u to m a r cus mar iota ó for the nfl than anywhere e l se in th e wo rl d b y an award-win n in gspor ts h is tor ian rob ruck is arguably the most important sport historian of our time ómarc us rediker author of the slave ship football is at a crossroads its future imperiled by the very physicality that drives its popularity its grass rootsó high school and youth travel programsó are withering but players from the small south pacific american territory of samoa are bucking that trend quietly becoming the most disproportionately overrepresented culture in the sport jesse sapolu junior seau troy polamalu and marcus mariota are among the ï a samoan male is 56 times more likely to play nfl football than an american non≠ samoan ï samoans suffer from some of the highest rates of type two diabetes

the new press bestselling backlist 31 resist becoming ms burton from prison to recovery to leading the fight for incarcerated women susan burton and cari lynn black power 50 edited by sylviane a diouf and komozi woodard paperback 978-1-62097-148-2 160 pages hardcover 978-1-62097-212-0 336 pages e-book 978-1-62097-213-7 captured the corporate infiltration of american democracy senator sheldon whitehouse and melanie wachtell stinnett hardcover 978-1-62097-207-6 288 pages e-book 978-1-62097-208-3 chokehold policing black men paul butler from dictatorship to democracy a conceptual framework for liberation gene sharp the least among us waging the battle for the vulnerable congresswoman rosa l delauro hardcover 978-1-59558-905-7 320 pages e-book 978-1-62097-034-8 paperback 978-1-59558-850-0 160 pages e-book 978-1-59558-857-9 hardcover 978-1-62097-220-5 288 pages e-book 978-1-62097-221-2 the new jim crow mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness michelle alexander we too sing america

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