Capital Commentary is the weekly current-affairs publication of CPJ, written to encourage the pursuit of public justice.
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This Week’s Capital Commentary
Byron Borger, owner of Hearts and Minds Books, offers his insightful reviews of twelve books that you might consider adding to your Christmas wish list, or buying for friends and family. Borger’s diverse selections--from biographies to essay collections to devotionals—engage a wide range of issues pertaining to our cultural and political life, citizenship, and faith.
Capital Commentary readers can get a 20 percent discount on books listed here by ordering through Hearts & Minds.
Capital Commentary Archive
|11-30-2015||12 Books for the 12 Days of Christmas||Byron Borger|
|11-23-2015||End-of-Life Care and Dying Well||Michelle Crotwell Kirtley|
|11-16-2015||Politics in the Trenches: Local Advocacy for Immigration Reform in Iowa||By Harold Heie|
|11-09-2015||Auto Title Lending: Plundering and Devouring the Poor?||Nate Frierson|
|11-02-2015||Renationalizing Justice: The European Union’s Identity Crisis||Steven E. Meyer|
|10-26-2015||No Child is Disposable||Michael Gerson & Stephanie Summers|
|10-19-2015||Everything I Know About Syria I Learned from The Hunger Games||Paul S. Rowe|
|10-12-2015||Widows and Orphans…and Unskilled Single Men? Rethinking Poverty Policy||Kira Dittman, Hannah Considine, and Amy E. Black|
|10-05-2015||Authoring Confusion: Iran, Islam, and Missing the Point||Daniel Allen|
|09-28-2015||The Apostle Paul: A Revolutionary Conservative||William Edgar|