09 Bibliography

Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet; Oliver Morton; HarperCollins, 2008.  ISBN: 978-0-00-716364-9

What is the What; Dave Eggers; Vintage Books, 2007; ISBN: 978-0-3-7-38590-1

Motherland: A Philosophical History of Russia; Lesley Chamberlain; The Rookery Press, Tracy Carns Ltd, 2007. ISBN: 978-1-58567-952-2

Clearly this has not been updated in a long time: it’s high on the to-do list.

And i have neither the time nor the energy for filling out full bibliographic information at this late date so i’ll just rattle shit off the top of my head as best as i can remember.

Street Gang Michael Davis

The Fruit Hunters Adam Gollner

The End of Food Paul Roberts

Invisible History: Afghanistan’s Untold Story Paul Fitzgerald & Elizabeth Gould

Descent into Chaos: The U.S. and the disaster in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia Ahmed Rashid

The Jesus Papers Michael Baigent

Rome and Jerusalem Martin Goodman

Bad Samaritans: The myth of free trad and the secret history of capitalism Chang Ha-Joon

Friends of Liberty: A tale of three patriots, two revolutions, and a tragic betraal of freedom in the new nation Gary Nash & Graha Hodges

Truck: A love story Michael Perry

McMafia: A journey through the global criminal underworld Misha Glenny

Underworld Graham Hancock

The Hero with a Thousand Faces Joseph Campbell

The Masks of God: Oriental Mythology Joseph Campbell

Original Sin: A cultural history Alan Jacobs

Opium Martin Booth

(I’m sure that there are more, but i didn’t keep very close track for most of the year.)

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