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The 100 Greatest Works of Nonfiction

In the estimation of the editors of The Guardian. There are books on this list I have read and would read again. There are very few books on this list I would not want to read.

Inspired by The Guardian‘s list, Kevin Drum provides ten nine of his own personal favorites.

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One comment on “The 100 Greatest Works of Nonfiction

  1. Chief
    July 24, 2011

    I have read 5 of the books on The Guardian’s list.

    Should read more. Some do NOT sound interesting.

    Appropriate for this time might be The Rights of Man by Thomas Paine.

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