It is now one hundred years since drugs were first banned in the United States. On the eve of this centenary, journalist Johann Hari set off on an epic three-year, thirty-thousand-mile journey into the war on drugs. What he found is that more and more people all over the world have begun to recognize three startling truths: Drugs are not what we think they are. Addiction is not what we think it is. And the drug war has very different motives to the ones we have seen on our TV screens for so long.
‚ÄúAn eye-opening call to action from someone who rethought the whole notion of ‚Äėhaving it all,‚Äô Unfinished Business could change how many of us approach our most important business: living.‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒPeople
Sodas are astonishing products. Little more than flavored sugar-water, these drinks cost practically nothing to produce or buy, yet have turned their makers--principally Coca-Cola and PepsiCo--into a multibillion-dollar industry with global recognition, distribution, and political power.
From the author of Aftershock and The Work of Nations, his most important book to date‚ÄĒa myth-shattering breakdown of how the economic system that helped make America so strong is now failing us, and what it will take to fix it.
In February 2013 I gave a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast. Standing a few feet from President Obama, I warned my fellow citizens of the dangers facing our country and called for a return to the principles that made America great.
Hillary Rodham Clinton‚Äôs inside account of the crises, choices, and challenges she faced during her four years as America‚Äôs 67th Secretary of State, and how those experiences drive her view of the future.
According to The Waiter, eighty percent of customers are nice people just looking for something to eat. The remaining twenty percent, however, are socially maladjusted psychopaths.
For too long, conservatism has been a movement of the head and not the heart. Now New York Times bestselling author Arthur C. Brooks offers a bold new vision for conservatism as a movement for happiness, unity, and social justice‚ÄĒa movement of the head and heart that boldly challenges the liberal monopoly on "fairness" and "compassion."