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Street Smart doesn’t read as if you were stuck on the Cross-Bronx Expressway ('the most congested corridor in the entire country,' [Schwartz] writes). Rather, it’s mostly accessible, discerning and even revealing.” —Sam Roberts, the New York Times

Sam Schwartz
Street Smart

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“[Soldatov and Borogan] pull at the roots of the surveillance system in Russia today, and their research leads them quickly to the paranoid society of the Soviet Union.”
—the Wall Street Journal

Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan

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“Mr. Kay is a brilliant writer with an ability to explain the role in the 2007-08 financial crisis… We can applaud his call for a cultural change that will enhance ethical standards and put the customer first.”
—theWall Street Journal

Other People's Money
Other People's Money

News and Features

  • October 1, 2015 Mariana Mazzucato was appointed to the United Kingdom's Labour party’s new Economic Advisory Committee today

    Read her thoughts on the progressive agenda the United Kingdom–and the rest of the world needs in her oped for Project Syndicate.  [Read more]

  • September 25, 2015 Sam Schwartz on MSNBC's Morning Joe

    Sam Schwartz, author of STREET SMART, discusses Pope Francis' visit on Morning Joe. [Read more]

  • September 24, 2015 Read an Except of SWIPED in Huffington Post

    Adam Levin, author of SWIPED tells us How to Keep Scammers From Pulling an Identity Theft Double Whammy. [Read more]

  • September 13, 2015 The Red Web received a very nice Financial Times review

    “[A] gripping book about of the internet and its censorship in post-Soviet Russia…The timing of the book could hardly be better” [Read more]

  • September 2015 Lynn Povich’s THE GOOD GIRLS REVOLT is coming to the small screen!

    “The book has been adapted into a TV series, and has been picked up by Amazon.” [Read more]

  • September 2015 Emma Sky and Peter Pomerantsev were both included in the longlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize

    PublicAffairs is pleased to announce that we have two books longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize: Emma Sky’s THE UNRAVELING and Peter Pomerantsev’s NOTHING IS TRUE AND EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE.” [Read more]

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