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British Politics: A Beginner's Guide

by Richard S. Grayson

Britain lies at a crossroads. With a financial system on its knees, a dwindling army, and its international influence waning, what is the role of UK in the international sphere? And with the changing priorities...


Only in Chicago: How the Rod Blagojevich Scandal Engulfed Illinois; Embroiled Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, and Jesse Jackson, Jr.; and Enthralled the N

by Natasha Korecki

"As the circus of the Blagojevich saga unfolded, Natasha Korecki was right at the center.... It was a seriocomedy suited to her enterprise and imagination, and she’s the one to write the book." —Roger Ebert...


Homeland and Philosophy

by Robert Arp

In Homeland and Philosophy, 23 philosophers tackle the issues that Showtime's award winning show, Homeland, asks us to consider. The show, which centers on Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody's release from an al-Qaeda...


Chinese Heroes

by Tom Rousseau

The Chinese political system has an intrinsic attractiveness, one amplified by recent Western media's depiction of a booming China and declining West. Whether such a system is sustainable long-term, however,...


Beyond the Revolution: A History of American Thought from Paine to Pragmatism

by William H. Goetzmann

A magisterial chronicle of America’s intellectual history by a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian


Government Unions and the Bankrupting of America

by Daniel DiSalvo

Government-workers unions have been political juggernauts in the U.S. since the unseen collective-bargaining-rights revolution of the 1960s and ’70s. These unions are different and more powerful than those...


Public Opinion: With linked Table of Contents

by Walter Lippmann

Public Opinion exposes how media can shape public perception and how that perception changes society. Walter Lippmann is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner and visionary.


Recasting India

by Hindol Sengupta

Twenty years after India opened its economy, it faces severe economic problems, including staggering income inequality. A third of its citizens still lack adequate food, education, and basic medical services,...


The Two Percent Solution: Fixing America's Problems In Ways Liberals And Conservatives Can Love

by Matthew Miller

A revolutionary program for fixing America's most serious domestic problems for just two cents on the national dollar--while we still can


US Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century: Gulliver's Travails

by J. Martin Rochester

"The issues raised by the Iraq War are symptomatic of larger phenomena that will continue to preoccupy American foreign policy makers well into the twenty-first century. The war on terror, the prolifer"


Rescuing Canada's Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution

by Adam Daifallah, Tasha Kheiriddin & Mark Steyn

A provocative and timely call to action for civic-minded Canadians yearning for a more competitive political system ane better government.

Canadians everywhere are asking: what's wrong with the Conservative...


Dead Centre: Hope, Possibility, and Unity for Canadian Progressives

by Jamey Heath

A provocative and inspired call to unite progressives in Canada and shift the political landscape.

The Liberal Party is down, and might not be able to get back up. It is no longer a natural governing entity...


Meltdown in Tibet

by Michael Buckley

Tibetans have experienced waves of genocide since the 1950s. Now they are facing ecocide. The Himalayan snowcaps are in meltdown mode, due to climate change—accelerated by a rain of black soot from massive...


The Martyr's Oath: The Apprenticeship of a Homegrown Terrorist

by Stewart Bell

"In The Martyr's Oath, Stewart Bell, Canada's most respected journalist covering terrorism, tells how Mohammed Mansour Jabarah, a teenaged Canadian, was selected by the Al Qaeda leadership to coordinate a powerful...


Communicative Action: The Logos Interviews

by Amy L. Buzby

This volume of interviews from the popular online journal Logos are organized around the critical and formative themes of the decline of politics and culture, the rise in American imperialism, the crisis in...


Centrist Rhetoric: The Production of Political Transcendence in the Clinton Presidency

by De Velasco, Antonio

Focused on the centrist rhetoric of President Bill Clinton, Centrist Rhetoric explores questions about the basic nature and function of pleas to transcend partisan division. Using close textual analysis in the...


Cultural Capital: The Rise and Fall of Creative Britain

by Robert Hewison

Britain began the twenty-first century convinced of its creativity. Throughout the New Labour era, the visual and performing arts, museums and galleries, were ceaselessly promoted as a stimulus to national economic...


Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet

by Jonathan Green

An intrepid journalist’s investigation of coldblooded murder in Chinese-occupied Tibet leads him deep within a lawless world in the land of the snows


Global Gender Issues in the New Millennium: Third Edition

by V. Spike Peterson & Runyan Anne Sisson

Uses gender analytics to deconstruct the concepts of gender, race, class, sexuality, and nation that, in interlocked ways, order the world in terms of identities, ideologies, structures, and policies.


Democracy and Democratization: Processes and Prospects in a Changing World, Third Edition

by Georg Sorensen

Author Georg Sørensen gives a comprehensive and highly readable examination of the state of democracy in the world today