Since publishing The Tipping Point in 2000, Malcolm Gladwell has become known as one of the literary world's foremost
thinkers on sociology. Why do we behave the way we do? And what does it take for our individual behaviors to affect whole
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Born in the U.K. and raised in Canada, Gladwell began to take his place at the forefront of the American literary world
in the '80s, writing for The American Spectator and the Washington Post. He went on to become a staff writer at the New
Yorker, and published his first book, about how movements or shifts in collective thought and behavior begin, in 2000.
Known for his insightful prose and ability to make "big picture" subjects accessible to general readers, Gladwell
has become a popular luminary. Of course, while reading through his books will open you up to some pretty new thoughts,
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