Competition may seem like one of history’s motivators to greatness, but a new book argues that competition is natural for neither humans nor other life forms.
Type two diabetes, chronic fatigue, lupus and arthritis continue to spread despite new drugs and treatments. A new book says that the modern diet may be at fault.
Mark Boyle, known as “the Moneyless Man,” lived without cash for three years. His latest book tries to convince the rest of us that doing the same isn’t that hard.
Wendell Berry brings his Jeffersonian agrarian critique of industrial America straight into downtown in ‘What Matters? Economics for a Renewed Commonwealth.’
In the granddaddy of all collapse books, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 18th-century historian Edward Gibbon gave ancient Rome a full 500 years to deflate. Half a millennium for any society to collapse always seemed a bit too generous to me. Heck, American civilization has only been around for about 300