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Come to Think of It: Commentaries from National Public Radio's Senior News Analyst

by Daniel Schorr

Peerless commentary on recent politics and history from one of the preeminent reporters of our time?now with new material

AN INSTITUTION at CBS for decades and a twenty-year mainstay of NPR, Daniel Schorr is...


The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power, and the Future of the World

by Michelle Goldberg

A groundbreaking new work on the global battle over reproductive rights by the author of The New York Times bestseller Kingdom Coming

Award-winning journalist Michelle Goldberg shows how the emancipation of...


Gag Rule: On the Suppression of Dissent and the Stifling of Democracy

by Lewis Lapham

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Homegrown Democrat: A Few Plain Thoughts from the Heart of America

by Garrison Keillor

In this thoughtful, deeply personal work, one of the nation's best-loved voices takes the plunge into politics and comes up with a book that has had all of America talking. Here, with great heart, supple wit,...


The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

by Greg Palast

"Palast is astonishing, he gets the real evidence no one else has the guts to dig up." Vincent Bugliosi, author of None Dare Call it Treason and Helter Skelter

Award-winning investigative journalist Greg Palast...


Occidentalism: The West in the Eyes of Its Enemies

by Ian Buruma & Avishai Margalit

Twenty-five years ago, Edward Said's Orientalism spawned a generation of scholarship on the denigrating and dangerous mirage of "the East" in the Western colonial mind. But "the West" is the more dangerous mirage...


Uneasy Neighbo(u)rs

by David Kilgour & David T. Jones

Regardless of how rich our nations have become, we can't have everything—either as individuals or as societies—but we still do not know what we cannot have. Is it impossible, for example, to have the best,...


Party Politics in the Western Balkans

by Vera Stojarová & Peter Emerson

This book examines the development of party politics in the region of Western Balkans, describing party politics and analyzing inter-ethnic or inter-party cooperation and competition.

Beginning with a thematic...


Bushworld: Enter at Your Own Risk

by Maureen Dowd

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Almanac of the Unelected, 2013: Staff of the U.S. Congress

by Suzanne Struglinski & Samantha Young

The next time you need to find out who is the most effective person to advocate your cause, turn to the Almanac of the Unelected for all the answers. The Almanac of the Unelected contains in-depth profiles on...


The Keys to the White House: A Surefire Guide to Predicting the Next President

by Allan J. Lichtman

Prominent political analyst and historian, Allan J. Lichtman, presents thirteen historical factors, or 'keys,' that have successfully predicted the outcome of presidential elections from 1860 to 2004.


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”...