Books by Michael Silverstein

Released: Oct. 1, 2012

"A quirky, sharp and depressing analysis of the current state of campaigning."
Anthropological take on the centrality of "message" to American presidential politics. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 10, 1993

"Unlike many well-intentioned books on the subject, this is cogent, clear, jargon free—a pleasure to read."
A provocative, intelligent defense of the science of ``enomics''—defined as a new and growing set of links between ``green'' thinking and corporate profitability—by Silverstein (The Environmental Factor, 1989—not reviewed), former advisor to the Clinton/Gore campaign. Read full book review >