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Power Plays: The Real Stories of Australian Politics

by Laurie Oakes

Laurie Oakes is the most influential political journalist in Australia - if he says something has happened, the rest of the media (especially the Canberra Press Gallery) believe him and report it as news. He...


Worst of Days: Inside the Black Saturday Firestorm

by Karen Kissane

Saturday, 7 February 2009. Truly the worst of days? From dawn, the bush was tinder dry, and hot winds grew and fed off the baked landscape, sucking out every last drop of moisture, whipping sparks from power...


Australia's Worst Disasters

by Malcolm Brown

From the Ash Wednesday bushfires of 1983 to the implosion of the Royal Canberra Hospital in 1997, and from the shocking Granville railway crash in 1977 to the Sea King helicopter crash of 2005, Australia's history...


24 Akbar Road [Revised and Updated]: A Short History of the People Behind the Fall and Rise of the Congress

by Rasheed Kidwai

Now updated with a new chapter on Rahul Gandhi The Congress party has always stayed one step ahead of the opposition by constantly reinventing and re-aligning itself to stay in sync with the political realities...


Sizwe's Test: A Young Man's Journey Through Africa's AIDS Epidemic

by Jonny Steinberg

At the age of twenty-nine, Sizwe Magadla is among the most handsome, well-educated, and richest of the men in his poverty-stricken village. Dr. Hermann Reuter, a son of old South West African stock, wants to...


Clash of Identities: Explorations in Israeli and Palestinian Societies

by Baruch Kimmerling

By revisiting the past hundred years of shared Palestinian and Jewish-Israeli history, Baruch Kimmerling reveals surprising relations of influence between a stateless indigenous society and the settler-immigrants...


Subverting the Leviathan: Reading Thomas Hobbes as a Radical Democrat

by James Martel

In Leviathan, Thomas Hobbes's landmark work on political philosophy, James Martel argues that although Hobbes pays lip service to the superior interpretive authority of the sovereign, he consistently subverts...


Democracy and the Political Unconscious

by Noelle McAfee

Political philosopher Noelle McAfee proposes a powerful new political theory for our post-9/11 world, in which an old pathology-the repetition compulsion-has manifested itself in a seemingly endless war on terror....


Sustaining India's Growth Miracle

by Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Charles W Calomiris

The economy of India is growing at a rate of 8 percent per year, and its exports of goods and services have more than doubled in the past three years. Considering these trends, economists, scholars, and political...


Tell Me

by Kim Addonizio

Poems of loneliness and late nights, liquor and loss.


What Makes Us Tick?: The Ten Desires That Drive Us

by Hugh Mackay

'vintage Mackay' Courier-Mail

'humanistic and balanced, encouraging and optimistic' Canberra Times

Insightful and engaging, What Makes Us Tick? helps to explain what drives us, concerns us and is important to...


President Ronald Reagan's Initial Actions Project

by White House Staff & Arthur B. Laffer

When Ronald Reagan took office, he was facing an economic downturn similar to the one our country is currently experiencing. Key members of Reagan’s staff prepared an Initial Actions Project, which takes every...


40 More Years: How the Democrats Will Rule the Next Generation

by James Carville & Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza

Every four years Americans hold a presidential election. Somebody wins and somebody loses. That's life. But 2008 was an anomaly. The election of President Barack Obama is about something far bigger than four...


War of Necessity, War of Choice: A Memoir of Two Iraq Wars

by Richard N. Haass

When should the United States go to war?

It is arguably the most important foreign policy question facing any president, and Richard Haass -- a member of the National Security Council staff for the first...


100 Great Plays for Women

by Lucy Kerbel & Kate Mosse

Lucy Kerbel's 100 Great Plays for Women is an inspiring guide to a hundred plays that put female performers centre stage, dispelling the myth that ‘there aren’t any good plays for women’. With a foreword...


Abortion & Life

by Jennifer Baumgardner

Baumgardner's groundbreaking new book includes testimonials by Ani DiFranco, Barbara Ehrenreich, Gloria Steinem, and others.


Cancel The Apocalypse: The New Path To Prosperity

by Andrew Simms

Ever get the feeling that things are falling apart? You're not alone. From bad banks to global warming it can all look hopeless, but what if everything could turn out, well, even better than before? What if...


Survival: How a Culture of Preparedness Can Save You and Your Family from Disasters

by Honor & Ron Martz

It seems as though the frequency of natural disasters occurring around the nation and the world is increasing. Every day, there are new stories about earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, and forest fires ravaging...


Blue Thunder: The Truth About Conservatives from Macdonald to Harper

by Bob Plamondon

An unparalleled portrait of the Conservative Party and each of its nineteen leaders, Blue Thunder rollicks through 141 years of Canadian Conservative leadership.

A sprawling, page-turning exposé, Blue Thunder...


The Rule of Law in Central America: Citizens' Reactions to Crime and Punishment

by Mary Fran T. Malone

An analysis of how respect of the rule of law varies across countries that share a common historical heritage and similar socio-economic challenges.�