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CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and countless other media outlets can trace their roots to McClure's magazine, which held enormous sway molding public opinion in the early 20th Century. The hyperkinetic S.S. McClure, the reserved, forceful Ida Tarbell and aggressive reporters challenged prevailing policies, skewered industrialists, championed unbridled reporting, and in the process changed America. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
A selfie of a body in transition. Embarrassed by her breasts and put off by societal expectations, Grace desires masculine embodiment. Cyrus, always consciously present, gradually assumes physical form. The intensely personal transition to honor an honestly gendered identity is rendered unflinchingly, and with grace. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
The world's most popular group nearly pulled the plug in early 1969. Instead, they put most of their personal, artistic, and business differences aside to gather in the Abbey Road studio. There, reveling in new recording equipment and unabashed inspiration, they created a final, iconic album. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
A trumped up charge, a dingy cell, no prospect for release: brutal reality becomes tangential for Altan. His memories of life and a lifetime of reading fill his mind and heart, and grant him precisely what his jailers wish to deny: release. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
The promise of a new American Founding after the Civil War was articulated by the 13th, 14th, and 15th Constitutional Amendments. While they rid the nation of slavery, their aspiration to provide equal rights to more citizens largely failed in the face of violent opposition, blinkered judicial rulings, and widespread indifference. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare