Forty percent college orientations include discussion of a common summer reading assignment, reports Dana Goldstein in the New York Times. Books on “immigration, race and the perils of technology” top summer reading lists, according to a Penguin Random House survey.
Or, as the conservative National Association of Scholars puts it, most common readings are “progressive activist nonfiction with one-sided messages published in the last ten years.”
Three books by black authors — lawyer Bryan Stevenson’s memoir, Just Mercy, Wes Moore’s The Other Wes Moore and essayist Ta-Nehisi…
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