Two books that could not be more timely:
Mark Bray’s Antifa: The Anti-fascist Handbook is a scholarly look at the history, philosophy, and methods of anti-fascism, or antifa. Simply, antifa aims to deny fascists the opportunity to promote their oppressive politics, and to protect tolerant communities from acts of violence promulgated by fascists. Critics say shutting down political adversaries is anti-democratic; antifa adherents argue that the horrors of fascism must never be allowed the slightest chance to triumph again.
Barbara A. Radnofsky’s A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment is an impartial, practical look at one of our most crucial—and least understood—constitutional safeguards. Spotlighting in particular the precise rules of impeachment—including an explanation of the crucial grounds for impeachment, the famous “high crimes and misdemeanors”—the book also details its origins in British law, the rules as set out by the founding fathers in the Constitution, and their application throughout the history of our democracy.