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Eternal Colonialism

by Russell Benjamin & Gregory O. Hall

This book examines 'eternal colonialism,' which describes policies designed by the Western world and United States to keep most of the world in a permanently subordinate political, economic, social, and military...


Ghosts Along the Texas Coast

by Docia Williams

A collection of strange occurences, this book brings to light tangible evidence and first-hand testimony to validate a wide range of ghostly tales. Whether they haunt the place of their death or a place they...


Objectivism in One Lesson: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Ayn Rand

by Andrew Bernstein

For the millions of readers who love Ayn Rand's novels and who seek to understand her revolutionary philosophy of Objectivism, there has not been available a simple and concise introduction to her thought. Objectivism...


The Geography of Religion: Faith, Place, and Space

by Roger W. Stump

The only book of its kind, this balanced and accessibly written text explores the geographical study of religion. Roger W. Stump provides a full and impartial discussion of religious doctrines, beliefs, events,...


Clinical Social Work Practice and Regulation: An Overview

by Laura W. Groshong

This book describes the mental health treatment being provided by over 200,000 licensed clinical social workers in the United States and a summary of the fifty-one licensure laws and regulations which govern...


Surrogate Terrorists: Iran's Formula for Success

by Stephen Kramer

This book explores some of the analytic methodology used to understand terrorism, insurgency, asymmetric warfare, and state practice of denial and deception. It closes with examples of state-sponsored surrogate...


Courageous Conversations: The Teaching and Learning of Pastoral Supervision

by William R. DeLong

This book discusses the complexities of pastoral supervision. Topics addressed are pragmatic aspects of supervision, for pastors in local congregations who supervise seminary interns to well-developed theoretical...


Capitalism Unbound: The Incontestable Moral Case for Individual Rights

by Andrew Bernstein

This book is a concise explanation of capitalism's moral and economic superiority to socialism, including America's current mixed-economy welfare state. This volume offers a focused, essentialized, and condensed...


Participant Observation: A Guide for Fieldworkers

by Kathleen M. DeWalt & Billie R. DeWalt

Qualitative research in such diverse areas as anthropology, sociology, education, nursing, and medical research draws on the insights gained through the use of participant observation for gaining greater understanding...


Martin Luther King, Jr.: Nonviolent Strategies and Tactics for Social Change

by John J. Ansbro

Examines his contribution as a philosopher and theologian to issues of racial and social justice and his drive to eradicate oppression through the doctrine of nonviolence.


Asian Diaspora and East-West Modernity

by Sheng-mei Ma

Drawing from Anglo-American, Asian American, and Asian literature as well as J-horror and manga, Chinese cinema and Internet, and the Korean Wave, Sheng-mei Ma's Asian Diaspora and East-West Modernity probes...


Right Road to Radical Freedom

by Tibor R. Machan

This work focuses on the topic of freedom. The author starts with the old issue of free will - do we as individual human beings choose our conduct, at least partly independently, freely? He comes down on the...


Fixin' To Be Texan

by Helen Bryant

Delightfully witty, this book takes readers through the gamut of facts about Texans, how to understand the conversations, why and how Texans dress the way they do, why pickup trucks are a way of life, and how...


Bones: A Forensic Detective's Casebook

by Dr. Douglas Ubelaker & Henry Scammell

Fascinating, educational, and highly readable, Bones takes readers into the dark world of forensic science.


Nations in Transit 2010: Democratization from Central Europe to Eurasia

by Freedom House

Covering 29 countries and administrative areas, Nations in Transit 2010 provides comparative ratings and in-depth analysis of electoral processes, civil society, independent media, national democratic governance,...


Day of Two Suns: U.S. Nuclear Testing and the Pacific Islanders

by Jane Dibblin

Between 1946 and 1958, the United States conducted some 66 nuclear bomb tests in the Marshall Islands. Day of Two Suns is a shocking and timely study of the story of a displaced people contaminated by nuclear...


Are Cops Racist?

by Heather MacDonald

False charges of racial profiling threaten to obliterate the crime-fighting gains of the last decade, especially in America's inner cities. This is the message of Heather Mac Donald's new book, in which she...


Against School Reform (And in Praise of Great Teaching)

by Peter S. Temes

In this authoritative book, Mr. Temes sets out a straightforward prescription for our schools which centers on the life of the individual teacher and rejects the billion-dollar school reform industry. The book...


Death in a Texas Desert: And Other True Crime Stories from The Dallas Observer

by Carlton Stowers

Carlton Stowers presents a thrilling, fast-paced account of 17 true crime stories gleaned from the award-winning pages of The Dallas Observer. This chillingly compelling volume accounts famed events in history...


The Profession of Social Work: Guided by History, Led by Evidence

by Catherine N. Dulmus & Karen M. Sowers

An expert introduction to the foundations of the social work profession—from its historical roots to its evolution in an era of evidence-based practice

The Profession of Social Work provides a broad overview...