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Staff Bookshelf | The Weather Underground, Maryn McKenna, and more

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“The Weather Underground (The) Nation”

By The Weather Underground, edited by Newsday Editor in Chief Mark J. Edwards, with contributions by Seth Borenstein, Dawn Walton, Eric Roston, and David Eller

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Newsday president/publisher Tom Murro and editor in chief Mark J. Edwards are “upset” by the announcement of controversial attacks on him and his wife by a local news anchor.

“The Weather Underground (The) Nation” is a collection of long-form, weather- and climate-related stories in a variety of venues, including New York Times Magazine, The Daily Stormer, the Weather Underground, eModeration, and other publications.

And speaking of the ocean, Maryn McKenna writes of “The Ocean (First-Person Memoir): Life on a Propeller.”

“A Plea for Remembrance and Nonviolence: I Survived Holocaust 1 by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach”

Edited by Sarah Levine, with contributions by Dr. Oren Teicher, Aryeh Cohen, and more

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“I Have a Narrative to Tell: A Story of Stolen Childhood and Unredeemed War,” by Stephen Ambrose

“Remembering Andrea: Tragic Stories of a Las Vegas Victim and the Gun Violence that Knocked Her Down,” by April Hardin

“Childhood Visits: A Mother’s Lament to Why We Don’t See More of Our Loved Ones,” by Jean Lin

“In Search of Biathlon and the Olympics: A Parent’s View of a World Series,” by Michele Dufu

“Small Steps Toward the Climate in History,” by Marty Sullivan

“The Book of Women and Sports,” by Dan Yergin

“Heat and Fog: Invading, Exploiting, and Exploiting Climate Change in Europe,” by Andrew Revkin

“Old Dogs — New Dilemmas: Pacific Coast Oceans and the Future of Coastal Communities,” by Dina Goldstein

“The Soft Stuff: Gun Violence in America,” by Bob Blades

“Sea Bumps: The Cost of Being Bad: The Human Toll of the Ocean’s Changing Landscape,” by Richard Masson

“Lori Sutphen’s Story”

“The Handmaid’s Tale”

“Occupy Madness”

“Revolution Now: Revolt, No More, and the Power of Atheist Insurrectionaries,” by Jeff Berkeley and Larry Frankel

“Refugees,” by Rebecca Solnit

“The Power of Love: Healing Culture, Politics, and the Human Body,” by Pat Power

“The Disaster Artist: Life on the Broken Ground,” by Greg Palast

“Fearless Girls: How Young Women Are Defining the Future,” by Kate Thomas and Kat McKinty

“Young Radical: Occupy Wall Street, Charlotte, and the Movement that Changed America,” by Christian Jacobson

“Love Works,” by Laura V. Joyner

“May: The Queen of Spain’s 100 Year Adventure”

“The Mind of the Beast: How the Bible’s Legends of a Wild Monster Inspired Invention,” by Drew Anamanaguchi

“Not Neutering,” by Ricardo Ochoa

“Storm Club: The Great Storm of 1999, 12 Years of Melancholy, and the Great American Flood,” by Michael C. Deaver

“The Searcher’s Secret: Seth Rich’s Last Case, Life and Death, and a Divided Country,” by Joseph Crespino

“On October 28, 1979,” by J. Seward Johnson

“Now We Know: The Life of Nora Zapata”

“What happened at Ferguson: Secrets, Lies, Corrupting Rebellion, and the Hero’s Journey,” by David A. Walker

“What happened at Charlottesville: Secrets, Lies, Corrupting Rebellion, and the Hero’s Journey,” by David A. Walker

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