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Leo Damrosch's The Club
Named one of The New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2019

"A magnificently entertaining book."—Michael Dirda, Washington Post

the club book jacket


From the Blog

Ben Hecht’s First Day by Adina Hoffman

March 31, 2020

Ben Hecht was always falling in love—though he never tumbled harder and faster into that ecstatic state than he did when he met Chicago. “The city of my first manhood,” he called it. The place enthralled him with its blur of rooftops and chimneys, its signage and streetcars, its windows, its water, its sky, and especially its crowds. Its crowds! Dashing through downtown, he’d stop suddenly, transfixed, as all those strangers rushed by him on the sidewalk. “I sometimes felt shy,” he’d later write of his teenage infatuation with the fact of this great human swirl, “as I stood against a building watching people pass. What if some bright pedestrian saw what I was doing—having a love affair with the faces of the city? It would be hard to explain.”

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TFiber Connectivity in the United States by Susan Crawford

March 30, 2020

In the United States, we cannot even imagine cheap, unlimited communications capacity in our homes. Because of decades of political maneuvering by the enormous private companies that sell internet access to American consumers, a lack of leadership at the federal level, and the invisibility of this entire policy area, we have failed to make the upgrade to cheap last-mile fiber connectivity...

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