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Gandhi: A Political and Spiritual Life

by Kathryn Tidrick

Throughout his long and turbulent career as a political leader, first in South Africa and then in India, Gandhi sought to fulfil his religious aspirations through politics and to reconcile politics with personal...


The Communist Horizon

by Jodi Dean

In this new title in Verso’s Pocket Communism series, Jodi Dean unshackles the communist ideal from the failures of theSoviet Union. In an age when the malfeasance of internationalbanking has alerted exploited...


Being Arab

by Samir Kassir, Will Hobson & Robert Fisk

In the years before his assassination in 2005, Samir Kassir became one of Lebanon’s foremost public intellectuals, a fearless critic of tyranny and an inspiring advocate of democracy. In Being Arab, his last...


First Class: The Legacy of Dunbar, America's First Black Public High School

by Alison Stewart & Melissa Harris-Perry

Combining a fascinating history of the first U.S. high school for African Americans with an unflinching analysis of urban public-school education today, First Class explores an underrepresented and largely unknown...


The Haunted South: Where Ghosts Still Roam

by Nancy Roberts & Bruce Roberts

This collection features such stories as "Passenger Train Number 9"; "The Little People"; "The Phantom Rider of the Confederacy"; "The Demon of Wizard Clip"; "Room for One More"; "Tavern of Terror"; "The Surrency...


Supporting Women after Domestic Violence: Loss, Trauma and Recovery

by Hilary Abrahams & Cathy Humphreys

This book offers advice on how to enable women who have experienced domestic violence to embark on a journey of recovery. The book draws on theory, original research and the personal experiences of women who...


Woof!: A Gay Man's Guide to Dogs

by Andrew De Prisco & Jason O'Malley

The book Joan Rivers calls “my dog bible,” Woof! is the quintessential queer guide for dog lovers, offering a hilarious take on gay dog ownership unlike any other book out there! Author Andrew De Prisco and...


Eating Together: Food, Friendship, and Inequality

Losing Control?: Sovereignty in the Age of Globalization

by Saskia Sassen

The past decade has seen great changes in the way business is transacted across national borders. Because of unprecedented advances in telecommunication and computer networks, money is transferred in electronic...


The Emperor's Codes: Bletchley Park's role in breaking Japan's secret cyphers

by Michael Smith & Ralph Erskine

The extraordinary wartime exploits of the British codebreakers based at Bletchley Park continue to fascinate and amaze. In The Emperor's Codes Michael Smith tells the story of how Japan's wartime codes were...


The Cure for Obamacare

by Sally C. Pipes

This Broadside will look at the changes that can be made to halt the full implementation of the law over the next few years, including repealing parts of the act that are unpopular with members of both parties....


Overcrowded World: Global Population and International Migration

by Rainer Munz & Albert Reiterer

How will manage the earth's population growth from today's 6.8 billion to 9 billion by 2050?


Down the Drain: How We Are Failing to Protect Our Water Resources

by Chris Wood & Ralph Pentland

An incisive critique of Canada’s drinking water gatekeepers.

Canada is celebrated for its abundance of fresh water, and few Canadians question the safety of the water that comes from our taps. But is this trust...


Women Shall Not Rule: Imperial Wives and Concubines in China from Han to Liao

by Keith McMahon

Chinese rulers guaranteed male successors by taking multiple wives, sometimes in the thousands. Women Shall Not Rule is a fascinating history of the imperial wives and concubines, especially in light of the...


The New Foreign Policy: Complex Interactions, Competing Interests

by Laura Neack

Integrating theory and case studies, this cogent text explores the processes and factors that shape foreign policy. In her thoroughly revised and updated edition, Laura Neack considers both old and new lessons,...


The Meritocracy Myth

by Stephen J. McNamee & Robert K., Jr. Miller

This book challenges the widely held American belief in meritocracy—that people get out of the system what they put into it based on individual merit. Examining talent, attitude, work ethic, and character...


U.S.-Chinese Relations: Perilous Past, Pragmatic Present

by Robert G. Sutter

This lucid assessment of the historical and contemporary determinants of Sino-American relations, now comprehensively updated, explains the conflicted engagement between the two governments. Offering a welcome...


The Girl from Station X: My Mother's Unknown Life

by Elisa Segrave

'A typical day on the 4 to 12 shift, as I am at present, so that the sheer agony of it may be placed on record for me to look back on, perhaps one day in the far distant future when this period may be seen...


Religious Liberty and the American Supreme Court: The Essential Cases and Documents

by Vincent Phillip Munoz

Throughout American history, legal battles concerning the First Amendment’s protection of religious liberty have been among the most contentious issue of the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution....


Londonistan: Britain's Terror State from Within

by Melanie Phillips

Years have passed since 7/7. Alarmingly, however, even under Cameron, Britain still continues to fan the radicalisation of its society. Britain’s establishment is pretending to be tough on terrorism, but continues...