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Play­ing With Fire: The 1968 Elec­tion and the Trans­for­ma­tion of Amer­i­can Pol­i­tics

By Lawrence O’don­nell The host of MSNBC’S The Last Word on an elec­tion even more chaotic than the one we just ex­pe­ri­enced. (PEN­GUIN PRESS, $28)

A World Without “Whom”: The Es­sen­tial Guide to Lan­guage in the Buz­zfeed Age

By Emmy J. Fav­illa A for­mer Buz­zfeed copy chief’s nerdy ar­gu­ment for in­ter­net slang, memes and emo­jis. (BLOOMS­BURY USA, $26)

Why I’m No Longer Talk­ing to White Peo­ple About Race

By Reni Eddo-lodge The Bri­tish jour­nal­ist has, in fact, spent a lot of time talk­ing to white peo­ple since writ­ing the vi­ral blog post that sparked this book. (BLOOMS­BURY CIR­CUS, $27)


By Ro­drigo Cor­ral, Alex French, Howie Kahn De­sign­ers, in­flu­encers and me­dia moguls ex­plain how a once-lowly shoe came to cap­ture our imag­i­na­tions, “gen­er­at­ing feel­ings of lust, or even love.” (RAZORBILL, $25)

You Can’t Spell Amer­ica Without Me: The Re­ally Tremen­dous In­side Story of My Fan­tas­tic First Year as Pres­i­dent

By Alec Bald­win and Kurt An­der­sen Chap­ters in­clude “I won, I’m a win­ner, I’m the win­ner.” (PEN­GUIN PRESS, $29)

Trou­ble­mak­ers: Sil­i­con Val­ley’s Com­ing of Age

By Les­lie Berlin A de­fin­i­tive ac­count of the rise of the five in­dus­tries that, along a stretch of a few dozen Cal­i­for­nia miles, came to shape Amer­ica over the past half-cen­tury. (SI­MON & SCHUS­TER, $30)

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