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The Backlash

by Will Bunch

They Think Obama Isn't an American Citizen.

They Think Obama Wants to Put Americans in Concentration Camps.

They Think Obama Is the Anti-Christ.

This Isn't Just the Tea Party—Welcome to the Backlash.

In November...


Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It's So Hard to Think Straight About Animals

by Hal Herzog

Combining the intellect of Malcolm Gladwell with the irreverent humor of Mary Roach and the paradigm-shifting analysis of Jared Diamond, a leading social scientist offers an unprecedented look inside our complex...


Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence

by Robert W. Pringle

At its peak, the KGB (Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti) was the largest secret police and espionage organization in the world. It became so influential in Soviet politics that several of its directors moved...


Corruption in Nigeria: The Fight and Movement to Cure the Malady

by Mazi A. Kanu Oji & Valerie U. Oji

This book addresses the effects of corruption in Nigeria and provides a concise overview for a lasting solution. Offering insight from the authors' original thinking and experiences, the book traces corruption...


Rousseau and the Paradox of Alienation

by Sally Howard Campbell

This book examines the concept of human alienation as it is depicted in the writings of Rousseau, who considered life in civil society to be antithetical to man’s true, solitary nature. A complete understanding...


Niccolo Machiavelli: The Laughing Lion and the Strutting Fox

by Raymond Angelo Belliotti

This book places Machiavelli in historical context but argues that his understanding of moral conflicts is well ahead of his time. Instead of arguing for the autonomy of politics, as is commonly supposed, Machiavelli...


The Arab Lobby

by Mitchell Bard

In this authoritative history—the first in over twenty-five years to investigate the scope and activities of the Arab Lobby—Mitchell Bard provides a timely and valuable corrective to the unbalanced view...


Among the Heroes: United Flight 93 and the Passengers and Crew Who Fought Back

by Jere Longman

Of the four horrific hijackings on September 11, Flight 93 resonates as one of epic resistance.At a time when the United States appeared defenseless against an unfamiliar foe, the gallant passengers and crew...


The Wit and Wisdom of Lee Kuan Yew

by Lee Kuan Yew

Lee Kuan Yew played the pivotal role in Singapore’s transition from British Crown Colony to independent developing nation, and on to the economically powerful and diplomatically influential city-state it is...


Climbing Mount Laurel: The Struggle for Affordable Housing and Social Mobility in an American Suburb

by Douglas S. Massey, Len Albright & Rebecca Casciano

Under the New Jersey State Constitution as interpreted by the State Supreme Court in 1975 and 1983, municipalities are required to use their zoning authority to create realistic opportunities for a fair share...


Give Us Liberty: A Tea Party Manifesto

by Dick Armey & Matt Kibbe

This groundbreaking manifesto is essential reading for tea party activists—or any American seeking to understand what the Tea Party is fighting for and what's next for the movement

Former House Majority Leader...


On the Bridge of Goodbye: The Story of South Africa's discarded San Soldiers

by David Robbins

Set against the southern African canvas of war and upheaval, On the Bridge of Goodbye tells the story of the famous San (Bushman) soldiers who fought first for the Portuguese in Angola, and then for South Africa...


Turtle Was Gone a Long Time Volume 2: Horsehead Nebula Neighing

by John Moriarty

Turtle Was Gone a Long Time: Horsehead Nebula Neighing, the second volume of a remarkable trilogy, continues John Moriarty's spiritual journey embarked upon in Crossing the Kedron. In a Prelude to Horsehead...


Turtle Was Gone a Long Time Volume 3: Anaconda Canoe

by John Moriarty

Anaconda Canoe concludes a remarkable spiritual journey undertaken in volumes one and two, in which Turtle dives to the floor of the abyss to recover hidden intuitions about the world in a journey from ignorance...


The State of Ireland

by Arthur O' Connor & James Livesay

Arthur O'Connor was the most important conduit between French republicanism and Irish political radicalism in the late 1790s ... His State of Ireland, published in 1798, created a distinctively Irish language...


The Collaborators: Interactions in the Architectural Design Process

by Gilbert Herbert & Mark Donchin

Illustrated by critical analyses of significant buildings, including examples by such eminent architects as Adler and Sullivan, Erich Mendelsohn, and Louis Kahn, this book examines collaboration in the architectural...


The Hallelujah Effect: Philosophical Reflections on Music, Performance Practice, and Technology

by Babette Babich

This book studies the working efficacy of Leonard Cohen's song Hallelujah in the context of today's network culture. Especially as recorded on YouTube, k.d. lang's interpretation(s) of Cohen's Hallelujah embody,...


Architecture and Urban Form in Kuala Lumpur: Race and Chinese Spaces in a Postcolonial City

by Yat Ming Loo

This book is arguably the first academic book to examine the relationship of Malaysia's large Chinese minority with the politics of architecture and urbanism in Kuala Lumpur. It is also one of the few academic...


The Car-dependent Society: A European Perspective

by Hans Jeekel

The dependency of Western societies on the car is a unique situation in history, but does not get much attention; car use is seen as just a normal situation. The population at large knows the risks, knows the...


Decolonizing Social Work

by Mel Gray & John Coates

In this volume, Indigenous and non-Indigenous social work scholars examine local cultures, beliefs, values, and practices as central to decolonization. Supported by a growing interest in spirituality and ecological...