As a number of mainstream-published socially and politically relevant non-fiction books accumulate, it is difficult for me to keep up with them all.
Update: Sept, 27
I've ordered Malcolm Gladwell's "David and Goliath: Underdog, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants" 2015), and want to note the article in the Guardian by Oliver Burkeman, "If my books seem oversimplified, maybe you shouldn't read them: There's an interesting philosophical question: why do we allow inborn genetic advantages (like more red blood cells than usual) in sports, but not doping. Gladwell looks for a principled answer. It will be interesting of Gladwell talks about ideas like "giving back", inherited wealth, or particularly "right-sizing".