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Bash the Rich: Thatcher Edition

by Ian Bone

Abridged version of Ian Bone's Bash The Rich released as an ebook as a 'tribute' to the passing of Margaret Thatcher. This edition includes, Bone's early years, skips the time he spent in Swansea as a student...


Finding Home: How Americans Prevail

by Sally Ooms

When people find themselves displaced, what do they do to re-create, their homes? And what does home mean to them? The lives in this book span a wealth of definitions.

Finding Home: How Americans Prevail is...


Poker Nation

by Andy Bellin

Journalist and poker fanatic Andy Bellin takes readers on a raucous journey into the shut-up-and-deal world of professional poker. From basement games to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, you'll look over...


My Life Among the Serial Killers

by Helen Morrison, Harold Goldberg & Dr. Helen Morrison

Over the course of twenty-five years, Dr. Helen Morrison has profiled more than eighty serial killers around the world. What she learned about them will shatter every assumption you've ever had about the most...


The Invisible Sex

by J. M. Adovasio, Olga Soffer & Jake Page

Shaped by cartoons and museum dioramas, our vision of Paleolithic times tends to feature fur-clad male hunters fearlessly attacking mammoths while timid women hover fearfully behind a boulder. In fact, recent...


We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism

by John Derbyshire

To his fellow conservatives, John Derbyshire makes a plea: Don't be seduced by this nonsense about "the politics of hope." Skepticism, pessimism, and suspicion of happy talk are the true characteristics of an...


Obituaries in American Culture

by Janice Hume

What obituaries tell us about our culture, past and present

"Within the short period of a year she was a bride, a beloved wife and companion, a mother, a corpse," reported The National Intelligencer on the death...


Wiregrass Country

by Jerrilyn McGregory

Wiregrass (Aristida stricta) refers to a genus of flora that depends on fire ecology for germination. Although its growth is widespread from the Chesapeake Bay to the western brim of Texas, only one region has...


What the Elders Have Taught Us: Alaska Native Ways

by Will Mayo & Roy Corral

This tribute to the first Alaskans and the ancient values they consider paramount to their survival celebrates their connections to their ancestry and ties that define their identity in the world today.


Measuring Up: How Advertising Affects Self-Image

by Vickie Rutledge Shields & Dawn Heinecken

Explores the forms and channels of power used in one of the most insidious and overt means of mass influence in popular culture.


After Hope and Change: The 2012 Elections and American Politics

by James W. Ceaser, Andrew E. Busch & John J., Jr. Pitney

As they have every four years since 1992, James W. Ceaser and Andrew E. Busch—joined in 2008 by John J. Pitney Jr.—once again provide the most comprehensive and authoritative account of the national election,...


Beyond The Chinese Connection: Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production

by Crystal S. Anderson

In Beyond The Chinese Connection, Crystal S. Anderson explores the cultural and political exchanges between African Americans, Asian Americans, and Asians over the last four decades. To do so, Anderson examines...


Feminist Review: Issue 39: Shifting Territories: Feminism and Europe

by The Feminist Review Collective

The 1990s are proving to be a time, quite literally, of shifting territories in Europe - East and West. Both the revolutions in Eastern Europe in 1989 and the breaking of economic boundaries in 1992 are creating...


Modern Social Theory: Key Debates and New Directions

by Dr Derek Layder & Derek Layder

This book is intended for undergraduate courses in social theory for second and third year sociology students, as well as postgraduate and academic researchers. Secondary markets include social psychology, social...


Emergency!:: True Stories from the Nation's ERs

by Mark Md Brown

Long before the hit TV show E.R., emergency room doctor Mark Brown decided that the world just had to know about real life in a hospital's E.R. He canvassed 15,000 doctors and nurses across the country, asking...


The Ruling Race

by James Oakes

This pathbreaking social history of the slaveholding South marks a turn in our understanding of antebellum America and the coming of the Civil War. Oakes's bracing analysis breaks the myth that slaveholders...


Taking Stock: The Status of Criminological Theory

by Francis Cullen, John Wright & Kristie Blevins

Criminology is in a period of much theoretical ferment. Older theories have been revitalized, and newer theories have been set forth. The very richness of our thinking about crime, however, leads to questions...


The Counter-Terrorism Puzzle: A Guide for Decision Makers

by Boaz Ganor

The expansion and escalation of global terrorism has left populations across the world and decision-makers responsible for contending with it unprepared. This book is the first attempt of its kind to create...


The Presidential Dilemma: Revisiting Democratic Leadership in the American System

by Michael A. Genovese

The Presidential Dilemma reflects on the idea that as our country’s problems grow, our politicians seem to shrink. Arguing that American presidents of the last forty years have largely failed to meet...


American Penology: A History of Control  (Enlarged Second Edition)

by Thomas G. Blomberg & Karol Lucken

“Blomberg and Lucken offer solid insight into the history of penal practice, which will enable readers to understand penal practice in the U.S. more clearly and coherently than they previously might have....