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People In Trouble

by Wilhelm Reich & Philip Schmitz

First published by Reich in 1953, People in Trouble is an autobiographical work in which Reich describes the development of his sociological thinking from 1927 to 1937. In simple narrative form he recounts his...


The Mass Psychology of Fascism

by Wilhelm Reich & Vincent R. Carfagno

In this classic study, Reich provides insight into the phenomenon of fascism, which continues to ravage the international community in ways great and small.

Drawing on his medical experiences with men and women...


The Invasion of Compulsory Sex-Morality

by Wilhelm Reich

This study of the invasion of compulsory sexual morality into human society was written in 1931 and now appears for the first time in the English language. It preceded "The Mass Psyhchology of Fascism" and "The...


The Water of Life: Spiritual Renewal in the Fairy Tale, Revised Edition

by David L Hart

The intensive study of Jungian psychology was amplified by another subject, taught continuously while I was a student at the Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland: the psychology of fairy tales. The study of...


Chinese Industrial Espionage: Technology Acquisition and Military Modernisation

by William C. Hannas, James Mulvenon & Anna B. Puglisi

This new book is the first full account, inside or outside government, of China's efforts to acquire foreign technology.

Based on primary sources and meticulously researched, the book lays bare China's efforts...


Perfecting the Constitution: The Case for the Article V Amendment Process

by Darren Patrick Guerra

This book provides a brief intellectual and constitutional history of the Article V amending process from the Imperial Crisis until the present and shows Article V to be a vital part of the Constitutional architecture....


Mentoring At-Risk Students through the Hidden Curriculum of Higher Education

by Buffy Smith

This book is focused on the mentoring process, a popular higher education initiative that is often used to promote retention and academic success. The central purpose is to unveil the hidden curriculum and provide...


Marginality and Crisis: Globalization and Identity in Contemporary Africa

by Akanmu Adebayo, Olutayo Adesina & Rasheed Olaniyi Olaniyi

Taking a multidisciplinary approach, this book evaluates the relations between globalization and Africa's multifarious challenges and identities. The nineteen chapters coalesce to demonstrate that the forces...


Dancing with the Dragon: China's Emergence in the Developing World

by Baogang Guo, Dennis Hickey & Muhamad Al-Olimat

This co-edited book focuses on China's increasing engagement with many of the less developed countries-particularly those in Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East-and explores...


Maximino Avila Camacho and the One-Party State: The Taming of Caudillismo and Caciquismo in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

by Alejandro Quintana

Maximino Avila Camacho and the One-Party State is a political biography of General Maximino Avila Camacho (1891-1945), a powerful regional politician at the time when a party claiming to represent the goals...


On Thin Ice: The Inuit, the State, and the Challenge of Arctic Sovereignty

by Barry Scott Zellen

On Thin Ice explores the shifting relationship between the Inuit and the modern state in the North American Arctic, and it pays tribute to pioneering IR theorist Ken Waltz's elucidation of the 'Three Images,'...


Can we disarm?

by Joseph McCabe & Georges Darien

“Can we disarm?” is a 1899 political essay by Joseph McCabe and Georges Darien. In this little-known visionary essay, the English religious philosopher and the French anarchist libertarian offer the reader...


In Russian and French prisons

by Peter Kropotkin

"In Russian and French prisons is a 1887 essay by Piotr Kropotkin. It is more than a crude and detailed description of the Russian prison system and its comparison to Western European jails. It is also a very...


Unlikely Friends: Bridging Ties and Diverse Friendships

by James A. Vela-McConnell

Past research on diverse friendships has focused on how rare they are while the research presented here focuses on the successes of the few. This monograph traces the process by which friends overcome the social...


Multiplicity of Nationalism in Contemporary Europe

by Andrzej Marcin Suszycki, Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski & Hilary Bergsieker

Nationalism remains one of the key political, societal, and socio-psychological phenomena in contemporary Europe. The international scholars assembled in this edited collection suggest that the use of three...


The Burden of Academic Success: Managing Working-Class Identities in College

by Allison Hurst

The Burden of Academic Success: Loyalists, Renegades, and Double Agents explores working-class college students' understandings of class and social mobility through in-depth interviews rich in ethnographic detail....


Murder Made in Italy: Homicide, Media, and Contemporary Italian Culture

by Ellen Nerenberg

Looking at media coverage of three very prominent murder cases, Murder Made in Italy explores the cultural issues raised by the murders and how they reflect developments in Italian civil society over the past...


Historical Dictionary of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare

by Benjamin C. Garrett & John Hart

Human experience with nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) warfare has been limited, especially in comparison to conventional forms of warfare. Our experience with nuclear warfare is confined to a period...


Dying for Heaven

by Ariel Glucklich

Why do terrorists do what they do? Not only are religiously motivated terrorists willing to self-destruct to achieve their goals, but neither threats nor incentives consistently prevent their devastating acts....


Leading by Example: How We Can Inspire an Energy and Security Revolution

by Bill Richardson

Global climate change?

We can stop it.

Addiction to oil?We can replace it.

Technological innovation?

We can create it.

But we can't wait twenty, thirty, or fifty years.

Bill Richardson launched his campaign for the...