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The NYPD Tapes

by Graham A. Rayman

In May 2010, NYPD officer Adrian Schoolcraft made national headlines when he released a series of secretly recorded audio tapes exposing corruption and abuse at the highest levels of the police department. But,...


Let Freedom Ring

by Kitty Kelley

A bestselling author and legendary photographer present an illuminating look at a pivotal moment in our nation's history: The March on Washington

 

Despite the heat and humidity, people came in droves from across...


The Feline Mystique

by Clea Simon

What is it with women and cats? The Feline Mystique is the first serious examination of the intense relationship between woman and their cats and of the repercussions that bond can have on others. Richly researched...


Down in the Chapel

by Joshua Dubler

A bold and provocative interpretation of one of the most religiously vibrant places in America—a state penitentiary

Baraka, Al, Teddy, and Sayyid—four black men from South Philadelphia, two Christian and...


Can We Feed the World?

by Scientific American Editors

Can We Feed the World?: The Future of Food by the Editors of Scientific American With global population numbers projected to increase by 2 billion by 2050, a veritable food crisis is on the horizon. In this...


Battle for Ground Zero

by Elizabeth Greenspan

In the aftermath of 9/11, Americans came together in a way not seen for a generation, pledging unity to rebuild after the horrific loss of the Twin Towers. People were signing up to go to war; rescue workers...


Joseph anthony the cultural barriers to integration of second generation muslims in northern italy

by Joseph Anthony Migliore

In this study, I examine the existing literature and carry out a qualitative exploration in order to formulate a better understanding of the dynamics that influence the lives of 2nd generation Italian Muslims....


Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform

by Jonathan Adler, Jonathan H. Adler & Jamison E. Colburn

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) may be the most powerful environmental law in the United States. Enacted in 1973, the ESA prohibits any actions that may cause harm to endangered plants and animals or the ecosystems...


In the Interest of Others: Organizations and Social Activism

by John S. Ahlquist & Margaret Levi

In the Interest of Others develops a new theory of organizational leadership and governance to explain why some organizations expand their scope of action in ways that do not benefit their members directly....


Crimwife: An Insider's Account of Love Behind Bars

by Tanya Levin

It's so sad," she told me, "because you could have been something. You could have gotten to the top. You're smart enough. But now you're going to end up as just another dirty, scummy, rotten crimwife."

How...


Project Republic: Plans and Arguments for a New Australia

by Benjamin Thomas Jones & Mark McKenna

It's time for some straight talk about Australia's future.

We need a head of state who shares a genuine affinity with our country. True independence does not require us to relinquish affection for the Queen...


The Mendacious Colours of Democracy: The Anatomy of Benevolent Lying

by Alex Rubner

Politics is a noble, but also a dirty, business. To gain election - and retain office - in a democratic system, politicians are frequently compelled to be dishonest. They engage in benevolent lying because obstruction...


Formulas for the E6-B Air Navigation Computer: Using the E6-B Simply & Efficiently

by Frank Hitchens

Formulas for the Air Navigation Computer is written for pilots and air navigators at all levels of experience from the novice to the professional. The book is self-help on how to use the E6-B Air Navigation...


Ruling The Void: The Hollowing Of Western Democracy

by Peter Mair

In the long-established democracies of Western Europe, electoral turnouts are in decline, membership is shrinking in the major parties, and those who remain loyal partisans are sapped of enthusiasm. Peter Mair’s...


The American Crucible: Slavery, Emancipation And Human Rights

by Robin Blackburn

The American Crucible furnishes a vivid and authoritative history of the rise and fall of slavery in the Americas. For over three centuries enslavement promoted the rise of capitalism in the Atlantic world....


Reflections On Anti-Semitism

by Alain BADIOU, Eric Hazan & Ivan Segre

Since the inception of the ‘War on Terror’, Israel has become increasingly important to Western imperial strategy and ever more aggressive in its policies towards the Palestinians. A key ideological weapon...


What is Property?: An Inquiry Into the Principle of Right and of Government

by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

French printer and pamphleteer Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was an autodidact who became increasingly interested in political philosophy and rose from humble roots to engage in discourse and debate with some of the...


Essays of Travel

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Any reader who has spent some time with Robert Louis Stevenson's body of work won't be surprised to learn that the Scottish author was an inveterate traveler and world explorer from early adulthood. Later in...


The Reds: The Communist Party of Australia from Origins to Illegality

by Stuart Macintyre

The only large-scale comprehensive account of an intriguing part of Australia's past.


Destination 2050

by Peter Ellyard

Humanity now recognises that it lives on a shared planetary home with a shared future and it is interconnected by everincreasing levels of interdependence. It is journeying towards a single integrated interdependent...