NON CHIAMATELO EURO (Don’t call it Euro) by Angelo Polimeno
In Europe, in the second half of the 1990s, a coup d’état changed the economy of many countries, Italy included. It was bloodless, but since then firms have closed, people have got unemployed and retirees are on the verge of poverty. The book supplies documents and proofs about the introduction of Euro and its consequences.
THE AUTHOR – Angelo Polimeno (1959) is a parliamentary journalist of Tg1 who has always dealt with home and foreign policy. Among his books Presidente, ci consenta (2011) and Repubblica, atto terzo (2012).
È L’ECONOMIA CHE CAMBIA IL MONDO – Quando la disuguaglianza mette a rischio il nostro futuro
(Economics changes the World – When class gaps mean a risk for the future)
by Yanis Varoufakis
In a letter to his teenage daughter, the Finance Minister of Tsipras government explains the main steps of human history which have brough to the present crisis. He insists on never accepting class differences which do not have a logical origins.
THE AUTHOR – Yanis Varoufakis (1961) is the current Finance Minister of Greece in the new government of Alexis Tsipras. He is a political economist, Professor of Economic Theory at the University of Athens, author, and a participant in the current debates on the global and European crisis. Among his books translated into Italian is Il Minotauro globale (2012).
LA MAGIA DELLA VITA – La mia storia (The Magic of Life – my life) by Silvan
In this book Aldo Savoldello – Silvan’ real name – tells about his story and why he decided to become a magician: at the age of seven he was involved in a magic show in a Venetian inn and his passion started. He became Saghibù and then Silvan. The episodes and anecdotes he describes spell the readers and make them share his same passion.
THE AUTHOR – Silvan (Aldo Savoldello) is one of the main living magicians and has brought magic into the Italian houses with his performances in Sim Sala Bim. He is the only European artist awarded «Magician of the Year» by the academy of Magical Arts of Hollywood.
I POTENTI AL TEMPO DI RENZI
(Powerful people under Renzi’s governement) di Luigi Bisignani and Paolo Madron
In this book journalists Bisignani and Madron describe what has been really happening in the Italian political scene since 2013: the power has passed into the hands of Matteo Renzi; Matteo Salvini has become leader on the right wing, and a new Pope is in the Vatican.
Luigi Bisignani worked for different newspapers and was head press office in the first republic ministeries. Now he is partner of a consulting company. He has already published two spy-stories Il sigillo della porpora and Nostra signora del kgb, the thriller Il Direttore (2014) and L’uomo che sussurra ai potenti with Paolo Madron (2013).
Paolo Madron, journalist, news correspondent, is now director of the on-line newspaper Lettera43.it. His publications include Il lato debole dei poteri forti (2005) and Storia segreta del capitalismo italiano (with Cesare Romiti, 2012).