In One Day Stronger (Rivertowns Books) Thomas M. Nelson *04 tells the story of how he partnered with union workers to leverage an obscure legal strategy to stop the sale of a historic Appleton, Wisconsin, paper mill. In the process, they found a profitable new business plan and saved hundreds of jobs.

Drawing on extensive research in Berlin, Alexander Wolff ’79’s Endpapers: A Family Story of Books, War, Escape, and Home (Atlantic Monthly Press) presents a sweeping depiction of his family’s history by focusing on his grandfather, Kurt Wolff, publisher of Pantheon Books. Wolff uncovers family secrets and new insights into his family’s experience in World War II.

Dancing with the Revolution: Power, Politics, and Privilege in Cuba (University of North Carolina Press), by Elizabeth Schwall ’09, examines how, during the Cuban revolution, Cuban dancers used their bodies and nonverbal choreography to engage in political debate and exert their own ideas of social justice. 

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