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Buckeye Presidents: Ohioans in the White House

by Philip Weeks

Only two states can claim the title "the Mother of U.S. Presidents", Ohio and Virginia. Fifteen presidents have hailed from either Ohio or Virginia, though one of those men, William Henry Harrison is attributed...


Spying on the Bomb: American Nuclear Intelligence from Nazi Germany to Iran and North Korea

by Jeffrey T. Richelson

"Engrossing."—Wall Street Journal A global history of U.S. nuclear espionage from its World War II origins to today's threats from rogue states. For fifty years, the United States has monitored friends and...


The Modern Middle East, Third Edition: A Political History since the First World War

by Mehran Kamrava

From the fall of the Ottoman Empire through the Arab Spring, this completely revised and updated edition of Mehran Kamrava's classic treatise on the making of the contemporary Middle East remains essential reading...


The Death of Deliberation: Partisanship and Polarization in the United States Senate

by James I. Wallner

This book provides a counter-view on the conventional wisdom regarding the United States Senate. Specifically, it presents an alternative approach to the broken Congress genre with the argument that the Senate...


The Foreign Policy of John Rawls and Amartya Sen

by Neal Leavitt

This book describes the foreign policy of John Rawls and Amartya Sen while building up towards a policy recommendation. By redirecting some military spending to development goals, the core needs of more civilians...


Politics on a Human Scale: The American Tradition of Decentralism

by Jeff Taylor

In Politics on a Human Scale, Jeff Taylor examines political decentralization in the United States, including agrarianism, states’ rights, the abandonment of the decentralist impulse by the national leadership...


From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen: Global Production and Work in the IT Industry

by Boy Lüthje, Stefanie Hürtgen & Peter Pawlicki

This seminal study explores the significant changes in the global IT industry as production has shifted from the developed world to massive sites in the developing world that house hundreds of thousands of workers...


Endangered Private Practice: Surviving Health Care Reform

by Ronald R. Hixson

Endangered Private Practice explains how private practices are being absorbed by the current health care reform movement as a way to control costs, limit access, decrease disparities, and increase quality of...


Patrick Henry-Onslow Debate: Liberty and Republicanism in American Political Thought

by H. Lee, Jr. Cheek, Sean R. Busick & Carey M. Roberts

In 1826 Americans witnessed the spectacle of President John Quincy Adams and Vice-President John C. Calhoun taking to the press to debate the nature of power and liberty under the pseudonyms “Patrick Henry”...


Leading Them to the Promised Land: Woodrow Wilson, Covenant Theology, and the Mexican Revolution, 1913-1916

by Mark Benbow

"In Wilson's view, America had a part to play as a divine instrument. To deny the United States an active role in the world was an attempt to deny God's will."-from the Introduction The First Amendment of the...


Kennedy and Reagan: Why Their Legacies Endure

by Scott Farris

It's been fifty years since JFK’s assassination and nearly twenty since Ronald Reagan disappeared from public life. While they never ran head-to-head, they developed their legacies in competing ways and...


Why States? the Challenge of Federalism

by Matthew Spalding & Eugene Hickok

Everyone knows from childhood civics, or at least from the moment they try to get a driver's license, that this is a nation of states. So what?Federalism is a core component of the infrastructure of freedom....


Religious Liberty in the American Republic

by Matthew Spalding & Gerard Bradley

We are often told that religion is divisive and ought to be kept away from politics, and that religious liberty means a strict separation of church and state. But that view is out of tune with America's Founders,...


Reading the Right Books: A Guide for the Intelligent Conservative

by Lee Edwards & Matthew Spalding

The things I want to know are in books, Abraham Lincoln wrote, and so he read. Good books are rightly addictive, enticing the dedicated reader to open more books, and gain more knowledge, and come closer to...


How to Read The Federalist Papers

by Anthony Peacock & Joseph Postell

Thomas Jefferson called The Federalist Papers "the best commentary on the principles of government, which ever was written." Over 200 years after the writing of these essays, most commentators-liberal and conservative-still...


Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in America

by Herman Belz & Matthew Spalding

The rule of law may be the most significant and influential accomplishment of Western political thought. Nowhere expressed yet evident throughout, the United States Constitution depends on this core concept,...


A Citizen's Introduction to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution

by Matthew Spalding & Edwin Meese

The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution are the greatest statements of human liberty ever written. They are the highest achievement of our political tradition, powerful beacons to...


A Brief History of the Modern American Conservative Movement

by Lee Edwards & Matthew Spalding

In 1950, literary critic Lionel Trilling wrote that the conservative impulse was at best made up of "irritable mental gestures which seem to resemble ideas." How times have changed.Some 50 years later, conservatism...


New Technologies and Human Rights: Challenges to Regulation

by Mario Viola de Azevedo Cunha & Norberto Nuno Gomes de Andrade

The contributors to this book explore the political discourse and power relations of technological growth and human rights issues between the Global South and the Global North and uncover the different perspectives...


Prostitution Policy in the Nordic Region: Ambiguous Sympathies

by May-Len Skilbrei & Charlotta Holmström

Skilbrei and Holmström's analysis treats Nordic prostitution policies both as a product of history, of current national and Nordic debates, and of international obligations and changes in the international...