Science and the Moral Life Otto 1949 Philosophy nerds might recognize Max Otto’s name. You can read about his writings and career here. Obviously, Otto’s writing is worthy of collection and inclusion in a variety of libraries. This little paperback
Male’s Guide to Women’s Liberation Marine 1972 This book is interesting and it seems surprisingly insightful. Marine wrote for the Nation and Ramparts Magazine on social justice topics. This is probably a good pick for a research/academic library but for
We Are The People Our Parents Warned Us Against A Close-Up of the Whole Hippie Scene Von Hoffman 1968 If you were a parent back in the day of hippies, this was your guidebook to the inside life of those
You’re Either One or the Other: A Children’s Book About Human Sexuality Wilt 1980 Submitter: I rescued this from a community fundraiser/second hand book sale. Omg… I don’t think I need to explain. Holly: Hergie’s illustrations are so darn cute
Why the Chinese Are the Way They Are Appel (revised edition) 1973 Submitter: We purchased this book for our high school library in 1974. It has NEVER ONCE been checked out. The book was first published in 1968 and in
How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People A Manual for the Police Officer Matthews and Rowland 1954 When I saw this title, I figured that librarians might need this cutting edge advice just like our fellow public servants, the police.
Human Races Garn 3rd ed., 1971 Submitter: I dare you to find another book that compares the earwax of people of different races. Holly: Dr. Garn was a Professor of Anthropology and also of Nutrition at the University of Michigan (go blue!).
Special People Letch 1990 Submitter: This one brings immediately to mind people who are labeled “special,” but it isn’t that kind of book at all. It’s more of a “These are the people in your neighborhood”. This is the hard