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Market Reforms in Mexico: Coalitions, Institutions, and the Politics of Policy Change

by Mark Eric Williams

Market Reforms in Mexico examines Mexico's reform experience in privatization, deregulation, and environmental policy. More than simply a book on 'Mexican politics,' this study speaks to the broader political...

The Many Faces of Asian Security

by Sheldon W. Simon, Paul Bracken & Ralph A. Cossa

This authoritative volume evaluates post-Cold War approaches to security in the Asia Pacific. Leading specialists first examine traditional security concerns-military capabilities, balance of power, territorial...

After Words: Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches

by PJ Keating

A unique volume of speeches and occasional pieces written entirely by former Prime Minister Paul Keating.

The Best Australian Trucking Stories

by Jim Haynes

A collection of true stories taken from the lives of trucking men and women from Tarcutta to Alice Springs and all over Australia.

The Sociological Quest: An introduction to the study of social life

by Evan Willis

An introductory essay on the discipline of sociology, outlining some of the important components of a sociological way of understanding the social world. Now fully revised and updated with new examples.

No Ordinary Deal: Unmasking the the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement

by Jane Kelsey

At a time when the global financial crisis has exposed deep flaws in the global free market, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Chile, Peru and Vietnam are negotiating a free-trade agreement to surpass...

Education for Citizenship: Ideas and Innovations in Political Learning

by Joseph Cammarano, Grant Reeher & Benjamin R. Barber

This book addresses the challenge of education for citizenship at a specific, concrete level. It offers examples of efforts to create among our students a new set of what Tocqueville called mores or culturally...

Coming in from the Cold War: Changes in U.S.-European Interactions since 1980

by Sabrina P. Ramet & Christine Ingebritsen

Since the end of the Cold War, U.S. relations with Europe have charted a new course, influenced especially by the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, the expansion of NATO, and the growing strength of the European...

Moral Contexts

by Margaret Urban Walker

To be truly reflective, moral thinking and moral philosophy must become aware of the contexts that bind our thinking about how to live. These essays show how to do this, and why it makes a difference.

Democracy Gone: A Chronicle of the Last Chapters of the Great American Democratic Experiment

by Robert P. Abele

This book argues that the last eight years in particular have shown us that our democracy has largely evaporated, leaving behind only an exoskeleton that was once its original vertebrae of ends and principles....

Human No More: Digital Subjectivities, Unhuman Subjects, and the End of Anthropology

by Neil L. Whitehead & Michael Wesch

Turning an anthropological eye toward cyberspace, Human No More explores how conditions of the online world shape identity, place, culture, and death within virtual communities. Online worlds have recently thrown...

US Policy Towards the Muslim World: Focus on Post 9/11 Period

by M. Saleem Kidwai

The volume, comprised of fourteen contributions from specialists in the field, is a serious attempt to address and analyze key factors affecting US interests. It suggests measures for the US policy makers and...

Go Get Mother's Picket Sign: Crossing Spheres With the Material Culture of Suffrage

by Cathleen Nista Rauterkus

This book tells the story of American suffragists within both political and domestic spheres, who worked to balance their public and private lives. The work is original and takes a fresh approach to this most...

The World's Fearlessness Teachings: A Critical Integral Approach to Fear Management/Education for the 21st Century

by R. Michael Fisher

This book addresses the human fear problem by summarizing the teachings on fearlessness from around the world and throughout history and utilizing critical integral theory to categorize the developmental and...

The Light Gray People: An Ethno-History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico

by Nancy McGown Minor

Lipan Apache culture was studied by Morris Opler, one of the most eminent anthropologists of the twentieth century, but many questions remain. This book seeks to complete a comparative analysis of traditional...

Understanding Muslim Discourse: Language, Tradition, and the Message of Bin Laden

by Mbaye Lo

This book provides a well-illustrated account of the major ideas currently in use within the Muslim discourse, and also examines the mechanics whereby Bin Laden's message has become popular, legitimate, and...

Visionaries In Our Midst: Ordinary People who are Changing our World

by Allison Silberberg

Visionaries In Our Midst is a compilation of essays, each focusing on an individual or individuals who saw an unmet social need in their community and did something about it. This is a book about those who inspire...

Chinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast-Changing Land

by Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Angilee Shah & Pankaj Mishra

An artist paints landscapes of faraway places that she cannot identify in order to find her place in the global economy. A migrant worker sorts recyclables and thinks deeply about the soul of his country, while...

One More 'Lost Peace'?: Rethinking the Cold War After Twenty Years

by Raffaele D'Agata & Lawrence Gray

This book explores questions raised during a seminar discussion amongst a group of outstanding scholars. The result may be seen as a readable concentration of basic and meaningful insights that often defy a...

Printing Class: 'Isa Al-'Isa, Filastin, and the Textual Construction of National Identity, 1911-1931

by R. Michael Bracy

This book explores the manners and challenges in which alternating constructions of national identity were articulated in the writings of 'Isa al-'Isa and his newspaper Filastin. The time period under consideration...