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Friday, August 1, 2008
PAST: BOOK TALKS this week at Politics and Prose, THURS, July 31st - August 7th, 7:00pm, Free
In the week to come, as we enter August, we are going into a weekday-only mode for author talks. All events start at 7:00pm.
On Thursday, July 31, we are pleased to host Marwan Muasher, a Jordanian diplomat who will discuss THE ARAB CENTER
Next Monday, August 4, Georgetown Law Professor Sheryll Cashin presents her memoir, THE AGITATOR’S DAUGHTER, in which she expresses her pride about the extent of her family’s involvement in social justice movements.
Tuesday, August 5, in THE WRECKING CREW,Thomas Frank (What’s the Matter with Kansas) returns with his savage indictment of how the Bush administration used the government to aggrandize their friends.
On Wednesday, August 6, New York Times columnist Rob Walker discusses his book, BUYING IN, concerninghow changes in the way the market is structured have affected consumer choice. Now more than ever, who we are affects what we buy.
Thursday, August 7, Kenneth Pollack, who was so influential in the American decision to go to war in Iraq, talks about the way out with A PATH OUT OF THE DESERT.
Please see our Website for all upcoming events. For the August calendar, click here.