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My Life,’ by Bill Clinton. I thought it was really interesting. I thought he had an excellent eight-year term as president, especially compared to what we’ve had recently. So it was interesting to learn about some of the things that went on behind the scenes.”

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The End of Faith,’ by Sam Harris. He’s a neurophysicist and philosopher, and it’s his take on the role of religion in world affairs.”

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The God Delusion,’ by Richard Dawkins. It’s his theories and ideas about how religion is bogus and why he supports a scientific process of life.”

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Problems Of Ethics,’ by Moritz Schlick. It’s about how ethics can often be swayed by a community and individual morality.”

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When You Are Engulfed in Flames,’ by David Sedaris. It’s the usual David Sedaris biographical humor. This one in particular is based on his quitting smoking.”

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Deja Coffin 9 years, 8 months ago

I'm reading Pioneer Women by Joanna L. Stratton and Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich and hopefully sometime I'll finish reading Bleeding Kansas by Sara Paretsky.

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