John Paul Cusack is an American actor, producer, screenwriter, and political activist. He began acting in films during the 1980s and has since starred in more than 85 films, including Sixteen Candles, Tapeheads, Say Anything..., Bullets over Broadway, Grosse Pointe Blank, Being John Malkovich, High Fidelity, Runaway Jury, Igor, Hot Tub Time Machine, The Frozen Ground and Maps to the Stars.
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Explore a compelling call for change and a new radical internationalism in this passionate book. Political philosopher Srecko Horvat shares a vision for a more open and optimistic future, urging readers to transform their mindset and move beyond existing ways of thinking. Drawing on examples from Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia to contemporary culture and political frontlines in 21st century Europe, Horvat argues that unprecedented problems require unprecedented solutions. Let this book challenge your worldview and inspire you to actively shape a better tomorrow.
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Explore the impact of World War I on modernism with Rites of Spring. This cultural history delves into the origins, impact, and aftermath of the war. Author Modris Eksteins employs a unique approach by analyzing the lives of ordinary people, literary works, and historical events to provide a fresh perspective on our past and future. From Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring to Hitler's death, this book is a remarkable exploration of the roots of modernism.
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Discover how addiction is not a personal weakness but a complex issue rooted in various factors such as personal history, emotional development, and brain chemistry. In this groundbreaking book based on two decades of experience as a medical doctor, Dr. Gabor Maté presents addiction as a societal issue that requires a holistic approach for healing and wellness. Using a mix of personal stories and science, "In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts" provides a thorough and compassionate understanding of addiction and argues persuasively against current addiction policies. A must-read for both professionals and lay readers.
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