Galbraith’s Utopia

Economics and the Public Purpose

by John Kenneth Galbraith

Discovering America

Burr: A Novel

by Gore Vidal

The Evolution of a Proof

Darwin and His Critics: The Reception of Darwin's Theory of Evolution by the Scientific Community

by David L. Hull

Freak Show

Walker Evans

introduction by John Szarkowski

Diane Arbus

edited and designed by Doon Arbus and Marvin Israel

Portrait of a-What?

Portrait of a Marriage

by Nigel Nicolson

Warped Innocence

Behind the Door

by Giorgio Bassani

The Garden of the Finzi-Continis

by Giorgio Bassani

Five Stories of Ferrara

by Giorgio Bassani

The Heron

by Giorgio Bassani

Rugged Outcast

Cromwell: The Lord Protector

by Antonia Fraser

Cromwell: A Profile

edited by Ivan Roots

Episodes in the Class War

Antoine Bloyé

by Paul Nizan, translated by Edmund Stevens

The Upstart

by Piers Paul Read

Carnival in Caracas

The Politics of the Barrios of Venezuela

by Talton F. Ray

Conflict and Political Change in Venezuela

by Daniel H. Levine

Political Mobilization of the Venezuelan Peasant

by John Duncan Powell

¿Socialismo para Venezuela?

by Teodoro Petkoff

Petroleo y Dependencia

by Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo

The Charms of H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells

by Norman MacKenzie and Jeanne MacKenzie

How Smart Are Computers?

“Artificial Intelligence has gone through a sober process of realizing that human beings are cleverer than it supposed. It has turned to a more cautious and diversified strategy of accumulating ‘know-how’ rather than mounting frontal assaults.”

What Computers Can't Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason

by Hubert L. Dreyfus

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