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Assholes: A Theory of Donald Trump

by Aaron James

That Donald Trump is an asshole is a fact widely agreed upon—even by his supporters, who actually like that about him. But his startling political rise makes the question of just what sort of asshole he is,...

Poison Tea

by Jeff Nesbit

Poison Tea shines a spotlight on the shadowy Koch brother network and reveals hidden connections between the tobacco industry, the reclusive billionaire brothers, and the Tea Party movement. It’s a major...

Independent: The Rise of the Non-Aligned Politician

by Richard Berry

Martin Bell, Ken Livingstone and Richard Taylor (the doctor who became an MP to save his local hospital) are the best known of a growing band of British politicians making their mark outside the traditional...

The Runaway Campaign: A Year Inside the Republican Race for President

by The Washington Post

The year 2015 will be remembered as one of the most bizarrely compelling and genuinely unnerving in the nation's modern political history.

One contender entered the race as the scion to a political dynasty....

No Hope: Why I Left the GOP (and You Should Too)

by Jimmy LaSalvia

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at How the GOP Is Out of Touch with Americans Today and Why More Voters Should Consider “No Party”

No Hope is for disaffected conservatives and moderates as well as liberals who are...

The Personalisation of Politics

by Lauri Karvonen

With the weakening of the structural determinants of politics in Western democracies, it is commonly assumed that individual politicians and politicians as individuals have come to mean more for voter behaviour...

When Movements Anchor Parties: Electoral Alignments in American History

by Daniel Schlozman

Throughout American history, some social movements, such as organized labor and the Christian Right, have forged influential alliances with political parties, while others, such as the antiwar movement, have...

Radical Right Parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Mainstream Party Competition and Electoral Fortune

by Bartek Pytlas

In Central and Eastern Europe, radical right actors significantly impact public debates and mainstream policy agenda. But despite this high discursive influence, the electoral fortune of radical right parties...

Plunder and Deceit: Big Government's Exploitation of Young People and the Future

by Mark R. Levin

In each of his astounding #1 New York Times bestsellers, Mark R. Levin’s overlying patriotic mission has been to avert a devastating tragedy: The loss of the greatest republic known to mankind. But who stands...

Catch and Kill: The Politics of Power

by Joel Deane

Power is the only measure of a politician that matters: how they win power, how they use power, how they lose power. Catch and Kill is an inside account of the beguiling and nomadic nature of the unholy trinity...

The Party Politics of Territorial Reforms in Europe

by Emanuele Massetti & Simon Toubeau

The book analyses how political parties compete and strategise on the issue of territorial reform using case-studies that include countries from both Western (Belgium, Germany, Italy and Spain) and Central-Eastern...

Following Farage

by Owen Bennett

Hunting with Godfrey Bloom; lunching on expenses with Janice Atkinson; talking 'shock and awful' campaign tactics with Douglas Carswell - nothing is off the table when you're on the trail of UKlP's People's...

The Influence Machine: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Corporate Capture of American Life

by Alyssa Katz

An illuminating history and groundbreaking investigation tracing how a single trade organization turned itself into the most dangerous political weapon in America


When Americans hear the words “Chamber...

The Post-war Roots of Japanese Political Malaise

by Dagfinn Gatu

Writings on post-war Japanese politics have tended to take for granted the dominance of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) as inevitable, without questioning how this came about. This book analyses the nature...

Being Red: A Memoir: A Memoir

by Howard Fast

This edition brings the story of 20th-century Southern politics up to the present day and the virtual triumph of Southern Republicanism. It considers the changes in party politics, leadership, civil rights and...

The Conservatarian Manifesto: Libertarians, Conservatives, and the Fight for the Right's Future

by Charles C.W. Cooke

A call to arms for the growing movement of “Conservatarians”—members of the right who are fiscally conservative but socially liberal—and a fascinating look at conservatism’s past and future.



The Big Blue Machine: How Tory Campaign Backrooms Changed Canadian Politics Forever

by J. Patrick Boyer

The story of a formidable campaign organization - "the Big Blue Machine" - that ran a string of successful Progressive Conservative Party campaigns in a several provinces over four decades. Devoted to the art...

Why Vote Green 2015

by Shahrar Ali & Jenny Jones

The recent groundswell of support for the Greens has made them something of a dark horse in British politics. Will the party build on Caroline Lucas's 2010 breakthrough and convince the electorate that they...

International Education: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary Issues and Systems

by Daniel Ness & Chia-Ling Lin

This encyclopedia is the most current and exhaustive reference available on international education. It provides thorough, up-to-date coverage of key topics, concepts, and issues, as well as in-depth studies...

Industrialization and the Transformation of American Life: A Brief Introduction: A Brief Introduction

by Jonathan Rees

This book provides a descriptive, episodic yet analytical synthesis of industrialization in America. It integrates analysis of the profound economic and social changes taking place during the period between...