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The People V. the Democratic Party

by Michael Walsh

Since the day Aaron Burr, the sitting vice president of the United States, shot and killed Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers, the Democratic Party has been at war with America. With a history that...


Toward Sustainable Communities: Solutions for Citizens and Their Governments

by Mark Roseland

The single most useful resource out there on how to build and grow sustainable places


The Corruption Chronicles: Obama's Big Secrecy, Big Corruption, and Big Government

by Tom Fitton

WASHINGTON’S MOST CORRUPT:  PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

FLOUTING OF FEDERAL LAW * CORRUPTION * VIOLATING CAMPAIGN FINANCE REGULATIONS * TERRORIST TIES * VOTER REGISTRATION FRAUD * GOVERNMENT CON GAMES * EXTORTION...


The Communist

by Paul Kengor

“I admire Russia for wiping out an economic system which permitted a handful of rich to exploit and beat gold from the millions of plain people… As one who believes in freedom and democracy for all, I honor...


Dying to Be Men: Gender and Language in Early Christian Martyr Texts

by L. Stephanie Cobb

At once brave and athletic, virtuous and modest, female martyrs in the second and third centuries were depicted as self-possessed gladiators who at the same time exhibited the quintessentially "womanly" qualities...


The New European Cinema: Redrawing the Map

by Rosalind Galt

New European Cinema offers a compelling response to the changing cultural shapes of Europe, charting political, aesthetic, and historical developments through innovative readings of some of the most popular...


Modernism at the Barricades: aesthetics, Politics, Utopia

by Stephen Eric Bronner

Stephen Eric Bronner revisits the groundbreaking innovations of the modernist project and its shaping of the radical imagination, as well as its creation of a new political vision for the twentieth century....


The Columbia Guide to Social Work Writing

by Warren Green

Social work practitioners write for a variety of publications, and they are expected to show fluency in a number of related fields. Whether the target is a course instructor, scholarly journal, fellowship organization,...


Electric Dreamland: Amusement Parks, Movies, and American Modernity

by Lauren Rabinovitz

More than two thousand amusement parks dotted the American landscape in the early twentieth century, thrilling the general public with the latest in entertainment and motion picture technology. Amusement parks...


American Pests: The Losing War on Insects from Colonial Times to DDT

by James E. McWilliams

The world of insects is one we only dimly understand. Yet from using arsenic, cobalt, and quicksilver to kill household infiltrators to employing the sophisticated tools of the Orkin Man, Americans have fought...


Days of Death, Days of Life: Ritual in the Popular Culture of Oaxaca

by Kristin Norget

Kristin Norget explores the practice and meanings of death rituals in poor urban neighborhoods on the outskirts of the southern Mexican city of Oaxaca. Drawing on her extensive fieldwork in Oaxaca City, Norget...


NPR: The Trials and Triumphs of National Public Radio

by Michael McCauley

The people who shaped America’s public broadcasting system thought it should be "a civilized voice in a civilized community"—a clear alternative to commercial broadcasting. This book tells the story of how...


Moving Data: The iPhone and the Future of Media

by Pelle Snickars & Patrick Vonderau

Less than two years after its 2007 release, the iPhone revolutionized not only how people communicate with each other and the world, but also how they consume and produce culture. Combining traditional and social...


George Osborne: The Austerity Chancellor

by Janan Ganesh

George Osborne is the youngest Chancellor of the Exchequer in over a century and the author of the most radical austerity programme since the war. He is also the government’s political brain and a man with...


Archaeology and the Biblical Record

by Bernard Alpert & Fran Alpert

Archaeology and the Biblical Record challenges both Jewish and Christian biblical scholars to rethink basic assumptions and reformulate their instructional methods. This bold text reconciles reason with faith...


Sholayi

by Enrico Piovesana

It is not often that one comes across an important political and historical phenomenon so completely ignored by Western historiography, essay writing and journalism. It is all the more astonishing if it concerns...


For Kin or Country: Xenophobia, Nationalism, and War

by Stephen M. M. Saideman & R. William William Ayres

The collapse of an empire can result in the division of families and the redrawing of geographical boundaries. New leaders promise the return of people and territories that may have been lost in the past, often...


Memories of Life in Lhasa Under Chinese Rule

by Tubten Khetsun & Matthew Akester

Born in 1941, Tubten Khétsun is a nephew of the Gyatso Tashi Khendrung, one of the senior government officials taken prisoner after the Tibetan peoples' uprising of March 10, 1959. Khétsun himself was arrested...


The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women of Newsweek Sued their Bosses and Changed the Workplace

by Lynn Povich

The untold story of an uprising that transformed the Mad Men office culture: its bittersweet impact on the women involved, and what has—and hasn't—changed


Sacred Discourse and American Nationality

by Eldon J. Eisenach

Sacred Discourse and American Nationality analyzes the role of religious rhetoric in questions on national identity. Eldon J. Eisenach uses his expertise on a variety of topics from religion and politics to...