Fall 2019 Simon & Schuster Catalog
Category: Social Science
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TitleGood and Mad
AuthorTraister, Rebecca
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
Category Full 1HISTORY / United States/21st Century
Category Full 2HISTORY / Social History
Category Full 3SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies
On Sale09/03/19
US Price$17
CDN Price$23
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Journalist Rebecca Traister’s New York Times bestselling exploration of the transformative power of female anger and its ability to transcend into a political movement is “a hopeful, maddening compendium of righteous feminine anger, and the good it can do when wielded efficiently—and collectively” (Vanity Fair).
TitleHow to Start a Revolution
AuthorDuca, Lauren
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
Category Full 1POLITICAL SCIENCE / Civics & Citizenship
Category Full 2SOCIAL SCIENCE / Feminism & Feminist Theory
Category Full 3SELF-HELP / Motivational & Inspirational
On Sale09/24/19
US Price$26
CDN Price$35
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Teen Vogue award-winning columnist Lauren Duca shares a smart and funny guide for challenging the status quo in a much-needed reminder that young people are the ones who will change the world.
TitleBorder Wars
AuthorHirschfeld Davis, Julie
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
Category Full 1POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy/Immigration
Category Full 2POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy/Social Policy
Category Full 3SOCIAL SCIENCE / Emigration & Immigration
On Sale10/08/19
US Price$28
CDN Price$37
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Two New York Times Washington correspondents provide an inside account with never-before-told stories of the defining issue of Donald Trump’s presidency: his steadfast opposition to immigration to the US.
AuthorBell, Richard
Sub-Imprint37 INK
Category Full 1HISTORY / United States/19th Century
Category Full 2HISTORY / African American
Category Full 3SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies/African American Studies
On Sale10/15/19
US Price$27
CDN Price$36
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A gripping and true story about five boys who were kidnapped in the North and smuggled into slavery in the Deep South—and their daring attempt to escape and bring their captors to justice, reminiscent of Twelve Years A Slave and Never Caught.