Ishmael by Daniel Quinn (maybe?)
"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
There was a book that was recommended today on the show by Thom. He said, it was pivotal. Something that was important, really a political work, but not specifically political. I can't think of a good illustration of this. Maybe an environmental book, like Silent Spring? I think it had only one word in the title, or the title was very short. I was busy at the time and couldn't write it down. I'm coming up with a blank now. Anyone have any ideas? (firstname.lastname@example.org) Thanks!