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1. MY LIFE SO FAR, by Jane Fonda
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2. THE WORLD IS FLAT, by Thomas L. Friedman
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3.BLINK, by Malcolm Gladwell
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4. FREAKONOMICS, by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
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5. ON BULL----, by Harry G. Frankfurt
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6.THREE NIGHTS IN AUGUST, by Buzz Bissinger.
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7. LIBERALISM IS A MENTAL DISORDER, by Michael Savage
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8. ONE SOLDIER'S STORY, by Bob Dole
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9. GARLIC AND SAPPHIRES, by Ruth Reichl
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10. ASSASSINATION VACATION, by Sarah Vowell.
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(Random House, $26.95.) The autobiography of the Academy Award-winning actress, antiwar activist and fitness guru. [last week: 1; weeks on list: 3]
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(Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $27.50.) A columnist for The New York Times analyzes 21st-century economics and foreign policy and presents an overview of globalization trends. [last week: 3; weeks on list: 3]
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Little, Brown, $25.95.) The author of "The Tipping Point" explores the importance of hunch and instinct to the workings of the mind. [last week: 2; weeks on list: 15]
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(Morrow, $25.95.) A maverick scholar applies economic thinking to everything from sumo wrestlers who cheat to legalized abortion and the falling crime rate. [last week: 5; weeks on list: 2]
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(Princeton University, $9.95.) A philosopher attempts a theoretical understanding of a "vast and amorphous" phenomenon. [last week: 4; weeks on list: 6]
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(Houghton Mifflin, $25.) A three-game series in 2003 between the Cubs and the Cardinals, as seen through the eyes of Tony La Russa, the St. Louis manager. [ last week: 8; weeks on list: 4]
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(Nelson Current/Thomas Nelson, $25.99.) The syndicated radio talk show host attacks the "insanities and inanities of extreme leftist thought." [last week: 6; weeks on list: 2]
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(HarperCollins, $25.95.) The former United States senator and presidential candidate recalls his service in World War II. [last week: 7;weeks on list: 2]
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(Penguin, $24.95.) The editor in chief of Gourmet relives her days as the restaurant critic of The New York Times. [last week: 9; weeks on list: 2]
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(Simon & Schuster, $21.) A guide to three presidential murders — of Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley — and the ways they have been used by popular culture. [ last week: --; weeks on list: 1]
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