Reports from the Field

primatesReal life stories aboot people doing the kind of things that people do. Primates of Park Avenue by Wednesday Martin subjects the habituates of New York’s elite to a sociological study.  Misbehaving by Richard Thaler  blows the cover on Adam Smith (no, economic man is not a rational actor) In this “arresting and frequently hilarious account.”  Pirate Hunters by Robert Kurson shows the competition and obsession in the search for a legendary pirate ship. The Residence by Kate Anderson Brower takes readers inside the private world of the White House.

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