The Opportunity to Govern: How the Supreme Court Is Reshaping America
By Ian Millhiser
As Congress grows less and less able to enact ordinary legislation, the Supreme Court is more and more likely to become the final word on questions of policy.
Books to Watch | June 28, 2022
How Big-Tech Barons Smash Innovation—And How to Strike Back
Two market experts deconstruct the drivers and inhibitors to innovation in the digital economy, explain how large tech companies can stifle disruption, assess the toll of their technologies on our well-being and democracy, and outline policy changes to take power away from big tech and return it to entrepreneurs.
How Minds Change: The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion, and Persuasion
By Dylan Schleicher
David McRaney's new book offers insights on how we can end the contentious debates dividing us and engage in more constructive conversations.
Upcoming Interview: Batja Mesquita
By Sally Haldorson
Our next live-streamed author interview is with Batja Mesquita on July 28, 2022 at 6:00pm CST.
Everything I Need I Get from You: How Fangirls Created the Internet as We Know It
By Jasmine Gonzalez
For those that haven’t lived through the firsthand experience of being in an online fan community, Everything I Need I Get from You offers a well-researched, holistic view of what it means to be a fan.
Why DEI? A Personal and Historical Perspective
By Deanna Singh
People want to believe the American dream invites everyone to aim high, but the reality is that the mob awaited African Americans who dreamed too big. … Many of these instances of violence flared up against people like my great-great-grandfather, who committed no crime other than being industrious.
Books to Watch | June 21, 2022
Upcoming Interview: Laurie Stone
By Gabbi Cisneros
Our next live-streamed author interview is with Laurie Stone on July 20, 2022 at 1:00pm CST.
Leading With Heart: Five Conversations That Unlock Creativity, Purpose, and Results
Two veteran executive coaches dispel the myth of one-size-fits-all leadership, showing instead how truly successful leaders allow themselves to be endlessly curious and inquisitive—the key to finding the strategies and insights that transform organizations.