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Fairy Tales: Their Origin and Meaning

by John Thackray Bunce

We are going into Fairy Land for a little while, to see what we can find there to amuse and instruct us this Christmas time. Does anybody know the way? There are no maps or guidebooks, and the places we meet...


Swiss Politics for Complete Beginners - 2nd edition

by Pierre Cormon

If you need to learn quickly and efficiently about Switzerland, this essay is made for you

Do you want to understand why the Swiss seem to spend their time voting on every imaginable issue?

Why the housing shortage...


The Secrets of the Ku Klux Klan

by Ezra Asher Cook

"To the old Ku-Klux Klan which rode through the south in the days following the civil war the new Ku-Klux Klan is a relative only in name. It is not tied by blood. It holds the same position to its southern...


The Future Of Islam

by Wilfred Scawen Blunt

To Mohammedans the author owes more than a word of apology. A stranger and a sojourner among them, he has ventured on an exposition of their domestic griefs, and has occasionally touched the ark of their religion...


Werewolves: Lycanthropy and Legend

by Sabine Baring-Gould

IN Norway and Iceland certain men were said to be eigi einhamir, not of one skin, an idea which had its roots in paganism. The full form of this strange superstition was, that men could take upon them other...


Medieval Myths and Legends

by Sabine Baring-Gould

FROM the earliest ages of the Church, the advent of the Man of Sin has been looked forward to with terror, and the passages of Scripture relating to him have been studied with solemn awe, lest that day of wrath...


Jago Pakistan / Wake Up, Pakistan: The Report of The Century Foundation International Working Group on Pakistan

by Thomas R. Pickering

Pakistan is at a crossroads. While the threat from al-Qaeda has been diminished, militancy is still a critical, evolving, and growing threat. Pakistan lags behind most of its neighbors in many economic and human...


Tales from Northern Seas

by Jonas Lie

Jonas Lie is sufficiently famous to need but a very few words of introduction. Ever since 1870, when he made his reputation by his first novel, "Den Fremsynte," he has been a prime favourite with the Scandinavian...


A Fair Deal on Talent - Fostering Just Migration Governance

by Bertelsmann Stiftung

If well managed, migration generates benefits for migrants, their countries of origin and the countries they settle in. For migrants, it can help them expand their skill sets and improve their standard of living....


The Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion

by Herman Bernstein

This is the history of a Lie—of a cruel and terrible Lie invented for the purpose of defaming the entire Jewish people. Given out as fiction, by a German anti-Semitic writer, involved in the Waldeck forgery...


Pro-Voice: How to Keep Listening When the World Wants a Fight

by Aspen Baker

Dialogue, Not Dogma

When Aspen Baker had an abortion at the age of twenty-four, she felt caught between the warring pro-life and pro-choice factions, with no safe space to share her feelings.

In this hopeful...


Life and Teaching of Karl Marx

by M. Beer

Karl Marx belongs to the ranks of those philosophical and sociological thinkers who throw potent thought-ferment into the world, and set in motion the masses of mankind. They awaken slumbering doubts and contradictions....


The Celtic Religion

by Edward Anwyl

Like other religions, those of the Celtic lands of Europe supplemented the earlier animism by a belief in spirits, who belonged to trees, animals, rocks, mountains, springs, rivers, and other natural phenomena,...


The Social Revolutions

by Brooks Adams

Civilization, I apprehend, is nearly synonymous with order. However much we may differ touching such matters as the distribution of property, the domestic relations, the law of inheritance and the like, most...


The Babylonian Saga of Gilgamesh

by AA. VV

The Gilgamesh Epic is the most notable literary product of Babylonia as yet discovered in the mounds of Mesopotamia. It recounts the exploits and adventures of a favorite hero, and in its final form covers twelve...


The Masonic Law

by Albert G. Mackey

The laws which govern the institution of Freemasonry are of two kinds, unwritten and written, and may in a manner be compared with the "lex non scripta," or common law, and the "lex scripta," or statute law...


Folklore and Mythology

by Andrew Lang

After the heavy rain of a thunderstorm has washed the soil, it sometimes happens that a child, or a rustic, finds a wedge-shaped piece of metal or a few triangular flints in a field or near a road. There was...


Criminal Anthropology

by Havelock Ellis

Of criminals, actual or nominal, there are many kinds. It is necessary, first of all, to enumerate the chief varieties. There is the political criminal. By this term is meant the victim of an attempt by a more...


The Volsungs Saga

by William Morris

Of all the stories kept in being by the saga-tellers and left for our delight, there is none that so epitomises human experience; has within the same space so much of nature and of life; so fully the temper...


A Critique of Socialism

by Edward F. Adams

One might write continuously while he lived for or against Socialism and yet at the end of a long and misspent life have said nothing that others had not said before him. Nevertheless, new generations come on...