Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could somehow steep yourself in the sordid details of our dystopian authoritarian surveillance state — but in a totally fun way?
Charter 77, 7 of the 7, is filled with a number of strictly symbolic acts and events in post communist Czech and Slovak Republics and it is a special day Down Under as Antipodean Dorrigo born and bred Tyson is celebrating another juggling milestone ...
What we’re reading and recommending this summer. Classic nonfiction, novels set in India and Africa and the American South, political biographies, war chronicles, and studies in the psychology of totalitarianism and pervasive surveillance round out the list.
The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin
By Steven Lee Myers
Every Man Dies Alone
By Hans Fallada
Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison
By Michel Foucault
Cold River: A Survivor's Story
By Jozef Imrich ;-)
A Bell for Adano
By John Hersey
By Octavia Butler
By Barry Eisler
The File: A Personal History
By Timothy Garton Ash
A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal
By Ben Macintyre
So Damn Much Money: The Triumph of Lobbying and the Corrosion of American Government
By Robert G. Kaiser
Firstlook at the Intercept summer reading list