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Towards a Radical Democracy (Routledge Revivals): The Political Economy of the Budapest School

by Douglas Brown

Originally published in 1988, this is the first systematic account of the writings of Hungarian dissidents and former students of George Lukacs, collectively known as the 'Budapest School'. Dr. Brown demonstrates...

The Food Service Professionals Guide To: Controlling Restaurant & Food Service Food Costs

by Douglas Brown

This new series of fifteen books - The Food Service Professional Guide TO Series from the editors of the Food Service Professional are the best and most comprehensive books for serious food service operators...

Just Do It: How One Couple Turned Off the TV and Turned On Their Sex Lives for 101 Days (No Excuses!)

by Douglas Brown

Outside of her family and close friends, Annie had not mentioned the sexathon to anybody, which probably was the best way to go. I, however, had blathered on about the endeavor to anybody with ears. It was the...

The Black Book of Outsourcing: How to Manage the Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities

by Douglas Brown & Scott Wilson

Revised for 2009 and beyond, The Black Book of Outsourcing is a comprehensive guide and directory for the evolving field of outsourcing, including expert advice on how to operate an outsourcing program. Valuable...

If Hitler Comes

by Christopher Serpell & Douglas Brown

This novel was first published by Faber in August 1940 under the title, The Loss of Eden. It was then reissued by the British Publishers Guild (a wartime cooperative venture), in March 1941, with the more arresting...