Ink on paper, books, have always been subversive. They lead to critical thinking. On the first part of this show, Ken Gloss, proprietor of the internationally renowned Brattle Book Shop talks about the role of books in the 21st century. And he is most optimistic. And on part two, journalist Sarah Jaffe dissects the surprising dynamics of the recent New York state primary where Andrew Cuomo’s campaign hit a major bump in the form of a left-leaning populist named Zephyr Teachout who had pennies to his mega-dollars. What does this say about the perceived inevitability of institutional candidates across America?