When Facts Don’t Matter

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Maybe we need a "Book Club" subforum here.
Sounds good to me. I'm working on "Indomitable Will", the story of LBJ's presidency, "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt", and a textbook on neuropsychiatry at the moment. I'd recommend the first two more than the third. Any recommendations from you?
Right now I'm reading...
  1. "A Constitution in Full - Recovering the Unwritten Foundation of American Liberty" (Peter A. Lawler and Richard M. Reinsch II)
  2. "The Case for Nationalism - How it made us powerful, united, and free" (Rich Lowry)
  3. "The Conservative Sensibility" (George F. Will)
  4. "Charles XII - Warrior King" (J.B. Hattendorf et al.)
  1. "Democracy in America" (Alexis De Tocqueville)
  1. "American Nations - A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America" (Colin Woodard)
  2. "Prisoners of Geography - Ten Maps That Explain Everything About the World" (Tim Marshall)
and all of David Kilcullen's books. He has a new one coming out early next month.
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Regarding Theodore Roosevelt - "Hunting Trips of a Ranchman & the Wilderness Hunter" (Theodore Roosevelt)
Regarding a US POTUS - "American Ulysses: A Life of Ulysses S. Grant" (Ronald C. White)
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