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The Terrorist's Dilemma: Managing Violent Covert Organizations

by Jacob N. Shapiro

How do terrorist groups control their members? Do the tools groups use to monitor their operatives and enforce discipline create security vulnerabilities that governments can exploit? The Terrorist's Dilemma...


The Republican War Against Women: An Insider's Report from Behind the Lines

by Tanya Melich

In 1980, Republicans used appeals to sexist and racist bigotry to win the Presidency. The party adopted an electoral strategy that included getting votes by playing on the fear and uncertainty engendered by...


The Life Model of Social Work Practice: Advances in Theory and Practice (Third Edition)

by Alex Gitterman & Carel B. Germain

Originally published in 1980, this seminal work was the first to introduce an ecological perspective into social work practice. The third edition expands and deepens this perspective, further developing the...


GM G-Body Performance Upgrades 1978-1987: Chevy Malibu & Monte Carlo, Pontiac Grand Prix, Olds Cutlass Supreme & Buick Regal

by Joe Hinds

This book shows upgrades, modifications, and high-performance applications serving as the bible to G-Body enthusiasts for years to come.


History of Electric Cars

by Nigel Burton

One hundred years ago electric cars were the most popular automobiles in the world. In the late nineteenth century and at the start of the twentieth century, they outsold every other type of car. And yet, within...


Alfa Romeo 916 GTV and Spider: The Complete Story

by Robert Foskett

Alfa Romeo 916 GTV and Spider traces the complete story of the Alfa Romeo GTV and Spider models produced between 1994 - 2005, commonly known to enthusiasts by the manufacturer's project code as the 916 series....


Vintage Nell: The McCafferty Reader

by Elgy Gillespie

Contraception, abortion, divorce, gay rights, the war with Britain. The fire has burned out, the smoke is drifting away, and we begin to see clearly now. When the next millennium comes the landscape for the...


Diagnostic and Behavioral Assessment in Children and Adolescents: A Clinical Guide

by Bryce D. McLeod, Amanda Jensen-Doss & Thomas H. Ollendick

This comprehensive volume shows how to use both diagnostic and behavioral assessment knowledgeably and effectively throughout the process of treatment. The two traditions have developed along separate paths--each...


The Flag in the Wind

by John MacCormick, Ian R. Hamilton & Neil MacCormick

Born in Glasgow in 1904, Dr John MacCormick studied law at Glasgow University and was one of the chief founding members of the National Party of Scotland in 1928 and, with the merger of the NPS and the Scottish...


The European Union: Politics and Policies

by John McCormick & Jonathan Olsen

A thoroughly revised, concise, and comprehensive introduction to the structure, institutions, and policy development of the European Union


Spying on Democracy: Government Surveillance, Corporate Power and Public Resistance

by Heidi Boghosian & Lewis Lapham

Spying on US citizens is rising as corporations make big bucks selling info about our private lives to the government.


Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity

by Tim Wise

How "colorblindness" in policy and personal practice perpetuate racial inequity in the United States today.


Underground To Everywhere: London's Underground Railway in the Life of the Capital

by Stephen Halliday

London's Underground is one of the best-known and most distinctive aspects of the city. Since Victorian times, this remarkable feat of engineering has made an extraordinary contribution to the economy of the...


Warwick Murder & Crime

by Vanessa Morgan

Discover the shadier side of Warwick's history with this collection of true-life crimes from the town's past. Featuring all factions of the criminal underworld, this chilling selection includes cases of murder,...


Sussex Folk Tales

by Michael O'Leary

These lively and entertaining folk tales from one of Britain's most ancient counties are vividly retold. Their origins lost in the oral tradition, these stories from Sussex reflect the wisdom (and eccentricities)...


Women at War 1939-1945

by Carol Harris

Long before the outbreak of the Second World War, official calculations showed Britain would be short of the manpower needed to fight the enemy and keep up production of weapons, food and other essentials. It...


Glamour in the Skies: The Golden Age of the Air Stewardess

by Libbie Escolme-Schmidt

Ex-hostess Libbie Escolme-Schmidt has lovingly compiled many hundreds of memories to present the ultimate history of the British Airways air hostess. Collating a multitude of stories from the forties and fifties...


The Woman Writer: The History of the Society of Women Writers and Journalists

by Sylvia Kent

Founded by a man, Joseph Snell Wood, in May 1894, the Society of Women Writers could never claim to be a politically 'feminist' organisation. In its early days the Society primarily attracted lady journalists,...


The Cretingham Murder

by Sheila Hardy

During renovation work on a hunting lodge near Aldeburgh, Suffolk, in 1996 a carpenter uncovered a plank of wood revealing a chilling pencilled message: 'A fearful murder was committed the first day of this...


Folklore of Wales

by Anne Ross

Wales is a Celtic country and the Celts have always treasured oral learning and recitation. Indeed they have a passion for committing facts to memory rather than relying on the written word. This title covers...