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The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle: Conversation Starters



The Culture Code is the latest book release from author Daniel Coyle. In The Culture Code, Coyle explores where culture originates, how culture can be built, how to sustain a current culture within a group, and how to strengthen a culture that is in need of being fixed. To write The Culture Code, Daniel Coyle goes to visit and interview several of the most successful groups in the world. Some of these groups are the U.S....
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The Soul of America by Jon Meacham: Conversation Starters


Pulitzer Prize award-winning biographer Jon Meacham takes us back to a critical time in the history of America and explains how it relates to today's American politics. The Soul of America discusses the time when hope was more powerful than fear and division. Today's political climate of division and partisan fury has been around even at the time of the great American presidents. Meacham shares what presidents of old like...
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Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution by Tucker Carlson: Conversation Starters America is now being led by a ship of fools who are not even aware that their ship is sinking. The American elites, a small group of people who hold an unbelievable amount of power and wealth, thrive on their abundance while the rest of America wither. They are the globalists who pursue their profits behind the pretense of forwarding identity politics. Tucker Carlson...
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I Love Capitalism by Ken Langone: Conversation Starters


American billionaire co-founder Ken Langone writes his memoir I Love Capitalism! He tells the story of how he reached the American Dream. He came from a hungry kid to a corporate giant whose net worth is beyond his wildest dreams. Ken Lagone is a former director of the New York Stock Exchange and the co-founder of Home Depot. In I Love Capitalism!, Langone says that capitalism and free enterprise is the key to giving...
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How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them by Jason Stanley: Conversation Starters Fascism is on the rise and we ought to see the patterns of fascist politics and resist it. Fascist tactics create divisions among people which lead to a weak society that will easily succumb to proposals of authoritarian governance. This book explains the populist presidency of Trump, the Brexit phenomenon, the rise of Hungarian leader Orban who is supported by rightist politicians, the five-star movement and...
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Warlight by Michael Ondaatje: Conversation Starters


When 14-year-old Nathaniel and his sister are left by their parents in the care of a man who may be a criminal, his longing for his mother becomes more intense as he finds out she left her travel trunk in the basement. She may have gone missing but she may also be involved in activities like that of their mysterious guardian. Nathaniel grows up and attempts to piece together who his mother truly was based on childhood memories....
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In Before We Were Yours, author Lisa Wingate explores the lives of families generations apart that are connected by a heartbreaking thread of history and tragedy. In 1939, Rill Foss, only twelve years old, must fend for herself and her siblings after they are taken to an orphanage. At the mercy of a cruel director and the adults in her life, Rill attempts to keep her siblings together and safe. In the present day,...
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White Rage by Carol Anderson | Conversation Starters



When acclaimed Emory University historian Carol Anderson wrote in her op-ed for The Washington Post calling the 2014 riots in Ferguson, Missouri as "the latest outbreak of white rage," the whole nation paid attention. In White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of our Racial Divide, Anderson thoroughly presents her expanded account of how state powers in America have worked to rollback African American progress since the Civil War,...
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Summary of Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown | Conversation Starters

In Braving the Wilderness, three-time #1New York Times bestselling author Brene Brown redefines the meaning of belonging in these critical times when peoples and nations are polarized by politics and ideologies. We now live in societies torn apart by cultural and political conflicts, and people are more isolated from each other than ever. Brown introduces four practices of true belonging that challenge beliefs...
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The Road to Unfreedom by Timothy Snyder: Conversation Starters Political events in the past decade in Europe and America have seen Russia's strong interference -- Russia's invasion of Ukraine, it's denunciation of the European Union, the Brexit referendum, and the election of Donald Trump. Yale history professor Timothy Snyder warns that the social, economic, and political repression in Russia could happen in the US and Europe. And yet, Snyder believes that though it all looks grim, people can...