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Constitutional Policy in Multilevel Government

How Population Change Will Transform Our World

Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Islam after the Arab Spring

Globalization and Migration: A World in Motion

by Eliot Dickinson

Focusing on the intersection between globalization and migration, this text traces a dynamic process that has incorporated millions of migrants into a vast economic marketplace. Dickinson explores the contradictions...

A Practical Introduction to Restorative Practice in Schools: Theory, Skills and Guidance

by Bill Hansberry & Margaret Thorsborne

Proven to reduce bad behaviour and exclusions, and encourage happier, safer school environments, restorative justice is an effective approach to conflict resolution. Suitable for education settings from preschool...

The First Modern Clash over Federal Power: Wilson versus Hughes in the Presidential Election of 1916

by Lewis L. Gould

Fully examined for the first time in this engrossing book by one of America’s preeminent presidential scholars, the election that pitted Woodrow Wilson against Charles Evan Hughes emerges as a clear template...

The Role of Intellectuals: In the State-Society Nexus

by Nomboniso Gasa, Z. Pallo Jordan & Mapungubwe Institute for Strat (MISTRA)

If we are to talk of a 'new' intellectual movement, the question is begged: what happened to the 'old' intellectual movement? What happened to the thinkers who inspired and led our struggle against colonialism,...

The Transformation of Foreign Policy

Ignorance of Law

Motherhood and Single-Lone Parenting: A Twenty-First Century Perspective

by Maki Motapanyane

The 21st century sustains one significant commonality with the decades of the preceding century. The majority of individuals parenting on their own and heading one-parent families continue to be mothers. Even...

B-17 Flying Fortress Restoration

by Jerome J. McLaughlin

B-17 Flying Fortress Restoration weaves lively narrative and first-person accounts to capture the restoration of a World War II-vintage Boeing B-17 bomber, from the airplane's arrival in pieces on the back of...

The Age of Deference

The Coming of the Nixon Court: The 1972 Term and the Transformation of Constitutional Law

by Earl M. Maltz

Beginning with Brown v. Board of Education and continuing with a series of decisions that, among other things, expanded the reach of the Bill of Rights, the Supreme Court that Richard Nixon inherited had presided...

Power: Why We Want It and What to Do with It

by Dennis Toombs

This book explores human behavior in terms of power in all its manifestations across a wide spectrum. The author examines the subtle dynamics of power in interpersonal relationships as well as its overarching...

Power and Pragmatism

by Malcolm Rifkind

Sir Malcolm Rifkind's political career has been as glittering as it has been long-lived. Indeed, he served as a minister for eighteen years, longer uninterrupted service than anyone since Lord Palmerston in...

University, Court, and Slave

The Next Democracy?: The Possibility of Popular Control

by Tony Milligan

Responding to widespread disenchantment with electoral politics, this book gives a practical examination of the possibilities offered by a generalized system of direct democracy.

Rotten to the (Common) Core: Public Schooling, Standardized Tests, and the Surveillance State

by Gary Lawrence, Joseph P. Farrell & Catherine Austin Fitts

Here the hidden agenda behind Common Core standards and Federal government surveillance programs aimed at children are revealed.

At Last We've Found You: A Transgender Triumph:An Autobiography

by Rosemary Richards

Born to Change

How do you tell a life story? Hmmmm. Well, suppose you are me and have lived two lives? Now, imagine you are writing for understanding from people, including your only surviving child? How do...