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The Zhivago Affair

Peter Finn and Petra Couve; read by Simon Vance

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available June

The dramatic, never-before-told story of how a forbidden book in the Soviet Union became a secret CIA weapon in the ideological battle between East and West. Learn More
Mandela: An Audio History

Radio Diaries; hosted by Desmond Tutu; commentary by Nelson Mandela; foreword by Joe Richman

N E W ! Now Available

The award-winning radio series documenting the struggle against apartheid through intimate first-person accounts of Nelson Mandela himself as well as those who fought alongside him and against him. Learn More
Latino Americans

Ray Suarez; read by the author

N E W ! Now Available
AudioFile Best of Year Selection

This companion to the PBS documentary series, Latino Americans, vividly and candidly tells how the story of Latino Americans is the story of the United States. Learn More
The Longest Road

Philip Caputo; read by Pete Larkin

N E W ! Now Available
New York Times bestseller
An Indie Next Pick
AudioFile Best of Year Selection

One of the country’s greatest living writers completes an epic journey across America, Airstream in tow, and reflects on what unites and divides a country as endlessly diverse as the United States of America. Learn More
Kill Anything That Moves

Nick Turse; read by Don Lee

N E W ! Now Available
A New York Times Bestseller!
AudioFile Editors’ Pick

Supported by classified documents and first-person interviews, this reexamination of American actions against Vietnamese civilians during the war suggests a dark, pervasive policy that belies the “isolated incidents” narrative used to explain away the most notorious of the atrocities. Learn More
935 Lies

Charles Lewis

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available July

The founder of the Center for Public Integrity and bestselling author explores the consequences of powerful governments and corporations gaining ever more control over information. Learn More
Strategic Vision

Zbigniew Brzezinski; read by Grover Gardner

“One of the nation’s most important voices on foreign policy” (The Washington Post) presents a blueprint for keeping America economically vital, responsibly powerful, and globally engaged in a time of immense change. Learn More
Ill Fares the Land

Tony Judt; read by James Adams


A Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award Winner

British historian Tony Judt writes a passionate, wise letter about what is profoundly wrong with the way we think about how we should live today. He shows how to apply the past to the future, challenging us to confront our societal ills and to shoulder responsibility for the world we live in. Learn More
Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

Kai Bird; read by Joe Caron


A Daily Beast “Best Book” Pick

This is Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Kai Bird’s vivid memoir of a childhood spent in the midst of the Arab-Israeli conflict in Jerusalem and Saudia Arabia, and a personal account of three major wars and three decades of political upheavals in the Middle East. Learn More
Thy Kingdom Come

Randall Balmer; read by Jeff Woodman

The distinguished author of Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory returns with a searing examination of a new generation of evangelical leaders who have hijacked the Christian faith on behalf of the Republican Party. Learn More
Secrets

Daniel Ellsberg; read by Daniel Ellsberg and Dan Cashman

Covering the decade between his entry into the Pentagon and Nixon's resignation, Secrets is Ellsberg’s meticulously detailed insider's account of the secrets and lies that shaped American foreign policy during the Vietnam era. Learn More
The Prince

Niccolò Machiavelli; translated by George Bull; read by Fritz Weaver

A masterpiece of prophecy, psychological insight, and forceful prose, The Prince is a classic of realpolitik, stunningly relevant to our times. Learn More
Pigs at the Trough

Arianna Huffington; read by Alison Fraser

Arianna Huffington turns the spotlight on the tough reforms we must demand from Washington that go beyond the Corporate Responsibility Act. Learn More
Lincoln's Melancholy

Joshua Wolf Shenk; read by Richard Davidson

With empathy and authority gained from his own experience with depression, Shenk crafts a nuanced, revelatory account of Lincoln and his legacy. Learn More
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them

Al Franken; read by Al Franken

Franken trains his subversive wit directly on the contemporary political scene, earning him the nickname the "master of political humor" (Washington Post) . Learn More
The Last Campaign

Thurston Clarke; read by Pete Larkin

An intimate and absorbing historical narrative that goes right to the heart of America's deepest despairs—and most fiercely held dreams—and tells us more than we had understood before about this complicated man and the heightened dramas of his times. Learn More
I Don't Believe in Atheists

Chris Hedges; read by the author

From the New York Times bestselling author of American Fascists and the NBCC finalist for War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning comes this timely and compelling work about the New Atheists: those who attack religion to advance the worst of global capitalism, intolerance, and imperial projects. Learn More
Homegrown Democrat

Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

Both deeply personal and intellectually savvy, Homegrown Democrat is a celebration of liberalism as the "politics of kindness." Learn More
The Breakthrough

Gwen Ifill; read by the author

A veteran journalist surveys the American political landscape and illuminates the evolution of the African-American politician—and the future of American democracy. Learn More
The Age of Anxiety

Haynes Johnson; read by Kristoffer Tabori

Pulitzer-Prize winner Haynes Johnson boldly revisits the anti-communist hysteria of the McCarthy era to examine parallels today in this new age of terror and threat with a mix of narrative history, political commentary, and contemporary reporting. Learn More
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