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Indivisible on 2012 Best Seller List

Indivisible, by James Robison and Discovery senior fellow Jay Richards, made the Barnes & Noble Bestseller List for 2012. The book ranks 89, which is not bad, given the competition from fiction and non-fiction books alike and the difficulty of making a public policy and culture book appealing to a general audience.

Indivisible makes the case that social issues and economic issues go together, and it does so brilliantly. It also makes a very nice Christmas present, don't you think?

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