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Robert Kolker, author of the excellent true-crime book “Lost Girls,” here examines the Galvins, a midcentury American family whose story offers a history of the science of schizophrenia (six of the family’s 10 sons were diagnosed). The book made multiple lists of the “10 best of 2020.” “Kolker’s telling of the Galvin trials is at once deeply compassionate and chilling,” wrote Washington Post reviewer Karen Iris Tucker, noting that it ends “as a story of hope.” (Knopf, $14.99)

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Joe Biden has given himself an imposing to-do list for his earliest days as president and many promises to keep over the longer haul.

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While process goals follow a system, action goals are focused on doing what you say you want to do.

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