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Education Myths: What Special Interest Groups Want You to Believe About Our Schools--And Why It Isn't So

by Jay P. Greene

How can we fix America's floundering public schools? Conventional wisdom says that schools and teachers need a lot more money, that poor and immigrant children can't do as well as most American kids, that high-stakes...

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Ascent from Ideology

by Daniel J. Mahoney

In Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Daniel Mahoney presents a philosophical perspective on the political condition of modern man through an exegesis and analysis of Solzhenitsyn's work. Mahoney demonstrates the tremendous,...

Chinese Perceptions of the U.S.: An Exploration of China's Foreign Policy Motivations

by Biwu Zhang & Richard Herrmann

The "China threat" has been one of hotly debated topics since the early 1990s. Chinese Perceptions of the U.S. is a book about what Chinese scholars said about the U.S. among themselves, their criticism and...

Education and Its Discontents: Teaching, the Humanities, and the Importance of a Liberal Education in the Age of Mass Information

by Mark Moss

Education and Its Discontents: Teaching, the Humanities, and the Importance of a Liberal Education in the Age of Mass Information, by Mark Moss, is an exploration of how the traditional educational environment,...

The Making of the Economy: A Phenomenology of Economic Science

by Till Düppe

The Making of the Economy uses Husserl's critique of formalism in natural science in The Crisis of the European Sciences work as the template for an analogous critique of formalism in economic science. The historical...

The Roads to Congress 2010

by Sean D. Foreman, Robert Dewhirst & Sunil Ahuja

The Roads to Congress 2010 follows the path of seven House and six Senate races from inception to election postmortem. The book provides an array of case studies of important 2010 congressional races which collectively...

Children's Rights in Ghana: Reality or Rhetoric?

by Robert Kwame Ame, Nana Araba Apt & DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga

This book examines Ghana's implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Ghana's commitment to the Convention which she was the first country to ratify is explored in a series of...

Helping Humanity: American Policy and Genocide Rescue

by Keith Pomakoy

Helping Humanity: American Policy and Genocide Rescue offers a scholarly examination of America's complicated reactions to genocide and genocide rescue. It provides a synthesis of humanitarian concerns within...

Commentary on the Constitution from Plato to Rousseau

by Joshua B. Stein & Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad

Commentary on the Constitution from Plato to Rousseau looks at 14 historical figures who—by their words and/or deeds—set the stage for political thought before the U.S. Constitution was written. Rather than...

Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic in World Politics

by Ladislav Cabada & Šárka Waisová

This book describes and analyzes the Czechoslovak and Czech positions in the international system during the course of the 20th century. The authors focus on the key periods and turning points in the role of...

Moderation and Revolution

by Andrea Micocci

This book asks how we can resolve conflict from the capitalist world view. It exposes the intellectual basis of contemporary capitalism as a logically flawed dialectic that prevents both revolutionary options...

Rediscovering Political Economy

by Bradley C. S. Watson, Joseph Postell & Bruce Caldwell

In this volume, Bradley C. S. Watson and Joseph Postell bring together some of America's most eminent thinkers on political economy in an attempt to reconnect the discipline of economics to larger discussions...

Melancholy and the Otherness of God: A Study in the Genealogy, Hermeneutics, and Therapeutics of Depression

by Alina Feld

This probing study of melancholy invites readers to view "depression" genealogically through the history of its interpretation. It plumbs interior depths where psychology, theology, philosophy, and literary...

The Politics of Religion in Soviet-Occupied Germany: The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg 1945-1949

by Sean Brennan

This book analyzes the relationship between Soviet military authorities, the East German Communists, and the leadership of the Protestant and Catholic Churches in the Soviet zone of Germany, especially its central...

New Frontiers in China's Foreign Relations: Zhongguo Waijiao de Xin Bianjiang

by Ren Xiao & Allen Carlson

The book presents the views of leading Chinese and American scholars working in the fields of Chinese foreign policy, national security and international political economy. It seeks to challenge the conventional...

Malfunctioning Democracy in Japan: Quantitative Analysis in a Civil Society

by Yoshiaki Kobayashi

In many developed countries, democratic political systems have demonstrated significant shortcomings. Malfunctioning Democracy in Japan: Quantitative Analysis in a Civil Society, by Yoshiaki Kobayashi, investigates...

Alexis de Tocqueville and the Art of Democratic Statesmanship

by Hebert & Danoff

In 1835, Alexis de Tocqueville famously called for 'a new political science' that could address the problems and possibilities of a 'world itself quite new.' For Tocqueville, the democratic world needed not...

Lemkin on Genocide

by Steven Leonard Jacobs

Providing an annotated commentary on two unpublished manuscripts written by international law and genocide scholar Raphael Lemkin, Steven L. Jacobs offers a critical introduction to the father of genocide studies....

Ethical Leadership in Turbulent Times: Modeling the Public Career of George C. Marshall

by Gerald M. Pops

In Ethical Leadership in Turbulent Times, Gerald M. Pops combines leadership and organizational theory with early twentieth-century history to model public leadership that is both monumentally effective and...

Terrorism in Africa: The Evolving Front in the War on Terror

by John Davis

The study, Terrorism in Africa: The Evolving Front in the War on Terrorism, represents a research endeavor aimed at increasing scholarly discourse on the ever-expanding threat of terrorism and terrorist related...