Washington Post reporter Ben Terris offers a fair treatment to both conservative and liberal activists in the Trump era.
A new book handles the ill-fated CEO's story with respect.
Geoffrey Swenson’s book Contending Orders tackles Afghanistan and Timor-Leste.
The author, whose libertarian leanings are evident, makes readers consider the impact of the choices they make in the voting booth.
The lawsuit claims the ban has no "legitimate penological justification"
Pioneers of Capitalism chronicles centuries of bottom-up economic evolution in the Netherlands.
Pirate Enlightenment documents an interracial experiment in stateless self-governance.
Author Kaitlyn Tiffany offers a history of fandoms.
Author Alex Cody Foster went deep with McAfee for months in an ill-fated attempt to ghostwrite his memoir.
Author Leigh Goodmark's end goals of abolishing prisons and defunding police are hard to swallow.
One of America's richest art forms suffers for seeming realer than other literature. But the war against "graphic imagery" is really a war against certain truths.
Plus: "Sensitivity readers" rewrite Agatha Christie, a Little Free Library battle, and more...
A new novel by Reason contributor Kat Rosenfield
Momfluenced bemoans unrealistic expectations set on American mothers but then establishes new ones.
A new entrant in the anti-neoliberalism genre fails to land any blows.
These superb books recount events from the viewpoints of both soldier and statesman, providing a greater understanding of the why and how of the Civil War.
Jacob Grier and Brett Adams help aspiring home bartenders build a bar via a carefully sequenced collection of about two dozen bottles.
Praising violence as a response to speech we don't like is a hallmark not of admirable Americanism but of oppressive regimes like Hitler’s.
Samantha Cole's book is marred by vague animosity toward tech companies.
"If you don't like a book, don't read it. The First Amendment's guarantee of the freedom of speech and the right to access information has created a beautiful marketplace of ideas in our country," said one ACLU representative opposing the bill.
The new book Inventor of the Future prefers to show him as a credit hog.
Reality has failed to match author Arthur C. Clarke's hopes.
Perhaps boutique businesses with hip tastes can be as bad for bands as the biggest corporation.
Extreme taxes and regulations are hampering legal marijuana markets.
High recidivism rates are not surprising when life in prison features the same factors that drive crime.
Total human neurons outweigh all farmed animals by a factor of 30–1.
Caroline Elkins' book raises an important question for people today, particularly liberals—an issue that Elkins herself sidesteps.
An effort to ban sales of two books to minors ended with a Virginia judge saying that the state’s obscenity statute is “unconstitutional on its face."
M. Chris Fabricant's new book details how flawed techniques have led to numerous wrongful convictions.
In 1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows, the renowned artist details his struggles with censorship.