PositiveThe Los Angeles Review of BooksOur Revolution contains more biographical material than Sanders ever gave up on the stump ... The second part of the book provides a useful platform for anyone seeking public office, and its thoroughgoing review of economics, health care, trade policy, climate change, criminal justice, immigration, corporate media, and social welfare will likely provide any reader with greater depth in at least one area. In my case, it was higher education ... There is one serious omission in this book. The second part of Our Revolution contains no section on foreign policy. And in this it is consistent with the campaign.
RaveLos Angeles Review of BooksJane Mayer's Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right is almost too good for its own good. On the one hand, this tale of how the Koch brothers persuaded 'hundreds of the other richest conservatives in the country to give them control over their millions of dollars in contributions' compels us to read on. On the other, the story is so outrageous it should make any citizen want to go out and do something about it.