US colleges mandate their students to read many books during their studies. If these books were to be reduced to 10, the books in this post are the most popular once. These books can be found in the curriculum of many US universities, particularly the top colleges.
Giving the popularity of these books, it is likely that you are also required to read at least one of them. Therefore, we have compiled a list of the summaries of each book for you since our job at StuDocu is to make your life easier 😉
Whether you have read these books before or you are planning to read them, these summaries will highlight the most important points of the books. Hence, you don’t have to read the whole book. Don’t waste your time, study efficiently.
Republic by Plato is the most popular book in US colleges. Many college students have to read this book, including students from top institutions like Yale, Columbia, and Stanford. If you are required to read this book at your university, don’t waste time reading the whole book, you can find the summaries here.
The prince by Niccolò Machiavelli is the third most assigned book in the US. The book is a must read for students from many US colleges including the prestigious once like Harvard university, University of Chicago, and MIT.
Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations is the fourth on the list. The book is on the syllabus of four Ivy league colleges. Is this book also on your university’s syllabus? The summaries are here for you.
Lastly, The Politics by Aristotle is the 10th on the list. Columbia university is one of the prominent US universities that have this book on their syllabus. If you are required to read the book, the summaries are here.
Remember that in addition to the summaries above, StuDocu.com also have unlimited number of other book summaries, past exams and lecture notes that can help you with your studies.
This blog is written by Sadiq Odunsi for StuDocu.com