The most influential books: The Political Gabfest hosts discus the most life-changing books they’ve read.

Gabfest Bonus Segment: Books That Actually Changed How We Think About the World  

Gabfest Bonus Segment: Books That Actually Changed How We Think About the World  

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June 10 2015 5:57 PM
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The “Most Influential Books We’ve Read” Bonus Segment

David, John, and Emily discuss their favorite life-changing books.

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What books have changed how we think about the world? In this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment for Slate’s Political Gabfest, Emily, John, and David discuss the most influential books they’ve read—from Heart of Darkness to Their Eyes Were Watching God. Also, the crew reveals the books they’re most ashamed of not reading.

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