10/23/15 | Capitol Hill Books is my favorite used & rare book store in DC. (If you are from DC or ever visit, you must go.) When I stopped by for a quick browse today, these are some titles that were up for grabs📚
  1. Setting the scene for this list
  2. Political Conflict: Essays in Political Sociology
  3. The Nasdaq Stock Market 1996 Fact Book
    Photobomb by Housing and Economic Realty: New York City 1976
  4. In an Age of Experts: The Changing Role of Professionals in Politics and Public Life
    Actually pretty neat, especially because it's an uncorrected advance proof
  5. Politics, Planning, & the Public Interest
    This title managed to combine three of my favorite things! Alliteration, the Oxford Comma, and the Ampersand. And the topic itself👌. 💯
  6. Same picture because the second book deserves more than an honorable mention: Every Vote Equal: A State-Based Plan for Electing the President by National Popular Vote
    Thing we should maybe still consider.
  7. No Sense of Place: The Impact of Electronic Media on Social Behavior
    Published in 1986 and based on title alone, still relevant today. This goes for $21.73 on Amazon Prime.