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Late Victorian Holocausts by Mike Davis. Interesting read, if you can get past the meteorological stuff, as well as, the British obsession with weather. Although his book proposes that millions of people died due to the weather not imperialism, he doesn't fall short in reminding his reader that man's ultimate face off is with nature.
Women, AIDS, and Activism by Marion Banzhaf. Why HIV? Because it's an exceptional disease with respect to its social/political ties in US history and it can be used a lens to examine a lot of other social ills such as racism, classism and genderism.
Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge by Edward O. Wilson. This book was just the holy grail of interdisciplinary studies (at that time). Enough said.
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