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forme Political book sales have jumped 57% this year, according to data from bookseller Barnes & Noble. State-specific data show that customers are divided along party lines on whether they prefer critical or favorable books on President Donald Trump. With only five exceptions, customers' tastes aligned with their states' votes in the 2016 presidential election. "Fear: Trump in the White House" was Barnes & Noble's fastest-selling title in over three years, selling more than one copy per second on its release day. Political book sales reached record highs in 2018, but customers are... [Read More]
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Michael Lewis's The Fifth Risk, which shows how Trump has neglected vast swaths of the federal government and left us vulnerable to major catastrophes, gets higher praise than other exposes like Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury and Bob Woodward's Fear. [Read More]
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2018 is the year people wanted to read about politics. Barnes & Noble reported a 57% surge in sales of political books compared with last year. The sales spike was driven by books that have been selling like wildfire all year long, from Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,"... [Read More]
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wrote: Exactly. This op-ed basically says the same things contained in at least three books (Michael Wolff, Omarosa, and Bob Woodward). I read Wolf's... [Read More]
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