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Woman, power and money
Alicia E. Kaufmann
Why do women still earn less? What keeps them from achieving success, negotiating a good salary or, simply, assuming authority? Alicia E. Kaufmann, Professor of Sociology and renowned expert in...
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Conservative Insurgency
Kurt Schlichter
Conservative Insurgency takes the form of an oral history of a successful struggle against progressive dominance from the perspective of the year 2041. It is not a novel; instead, it is a rallying...
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From 7.4
Rules for Patriots
Steve Deace
Time is running out on American exceptionalism. The light of liberty is flickering. At no point since we still had the Redcoats on our shores has freedom been more imperiled. This time it's not an...
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Frazzeled Freya
Sandra D Bennett
The Australian Outback is a harsh and dry place.Not the ideal environment for a game or race.Freya is too frightened to go out and play.So she hides in the shadows to watch all day.Her friends are...
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Will America Fail
Ryan Houck
Will America Fail?That question has surged to the forefront of our nation s escalating culture war. The fear of American decline has emerged as the recurring hot topic on primetime cable news...
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While Mandy Waited
Jody Ann Cauduro
Another Rainbow Mystery unfolds when Mandy receives a birthday present from her Italian grandfather. The catch is, she has to watch, wait and care for this new arrival before discovering the orange...
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America
Robert Ehrlich
America: Hope for Change explores the causes and remedies to the seven most difficult issues confronting (and confounding) our culture and country. Tackling complex issues, former Maryland Governor,...
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Aftermath
Jason S. Belcher
Why have there been so many violent conflicts in 2014? Aftermath offers an insider s view of how each conflict started, what it means, and the common thread driving increased warfare around the...
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From 7.4
Pruno, Ramen and a Side of Hope
Courtney B. Lance, Nikki D. Pope
Imagine you are in prison for a crime you did not commit. From prison yard gardens to contraband cooking to family visits, "Pruno, Ramen, and a Side of Hope" gives you a glimpse of life inside some...
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From 7.4
Retaking America
Nick Adams
Political correctness has ripped through America, turning life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness into lifelessness, suppression and the pursuit of mediocrity. Meanwhile, Europe is in its death...
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From 9.08
The Right Problems
Herman Cain
The problems that need attention in the United States aren't new, nor are their solutions. In The Right Problems, former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain shows how we can overcome the...
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Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets!
Sasha Costanza-Chock, Manuel Castells
For decades, social movements have vied for attention from the mainstream mass media -- newspapers, radio, and television. Today, many argue that social media power social movements, from the...
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The Moral Brain
Jean Decety, Thalia Wheatley
Over the past decade, an explosion of empirical research in a variety of fields has allowed us to understand human moral sensibility as a sophisticated integration of cognitive, emotional, and...
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Privacy on the Line
Whitfield Diffie, Susan Landau
Telecommunication has never been perfectly secure. The Cold War culture of recording devices in telephone receivers and bugged embassy offices has been succeeded by a post-9/11 world of NSA wiretaps...
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Post-Treaty Politics
Sikina Jinnah, Oran R. Young
Secretariats -- the administrative arms of international treaties -- -would seem simply to do the bidding of member states. And yet, Sikina Jinnah argues in Post-Treaty Politics, secretariats can...
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The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice
Michael Maniates, John M. Meyer
The idea of sacrifice is the unspoken issue of environmental politics. Politicians, the media, and many environmentalists assume that well-off populations won't make sacrifices now for future...
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Social Perception
M.D. Rutherford, Valerie A. Kuhlmeier
As we enter a room full of people, we instantly have a number of social perceptions. We have an automatic perception of others as subjective agents with their own points of view, thoughts, and goals,...
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Indecision Points
Daniel E. Zoughbie
Although George W. Bush memorably declared, "I'm the decider," as president he was remarkably indecisive when it came to U.S. policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His...
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No Future for You
John Summers, Chris Lehmann, Thomas Frank
There's never been a better time to be outside the consensus -- and if you don't believe it, then peer into these genre-defining essays from The Baffler, the magazine that's been blunting the cutting...
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Traversing Digital Babel
Alon Peled
The computer systems of government agencies are notoriously complex. New technologies are piled on older technologies, creating layers that call to mind an archaeological dig. Obsolete programming...
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Oil, Illiberalism, and War
Andrew T. Price-Smith
The United States is addicted to crude oil. In this book, Andrew Price-Smith argues that this addiction has distorted the conduct of American foreign policy in profound and malign ways, resulting in...
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Liberalism in Practice
Olivia Newman
At the core of liberal theory is the idea -- found in thinkers from Hobbes to Rawls -- that the consent of the governed is key to establishing political legitimacy. But in a diverse liberal polity...
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Comparative Environmental Politics
Paul F. Steinberg, Stacy D. VanDeveer
How do different societies respond politically to environmental problems around the globe? Answering this question requires systematic, cross-national comparisons of political institutions,...
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Engaging Nature
Peter F. Cannav¨°, Joseph H. Lane, John Barry
Contemporary environmental political theory considers the implications of the environmental crisis for such political concepts as rights, citizenship, justice, democracy, the state, race, class, and...
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Chemicals without Harm
Ken Geiser
Today, there are thousands of synthetic chemicals used to make our clothing, cosmetics, household products, electronic devices, even our children's toys. Many of these chemicals help us live longer...
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After Phrenology
Michael L. Anderson
The computer analogy of the mind has been as widely adopted in contemporary cognitive neuroscience as was the analogy of the brain as a collection of organs in phrenology. Just as the phrenologist...
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Earth System Governance
Frank Biermann
Humans are no longer spectators who need to adapt to their natural environment. Our impact on the earth has caused changes that are outside the range of natural variability and are equivalent to such...
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Dream Chasers
John Tirman
Illegal immigration continues to roil American politics. The right-wing media stir up panic over "anchor babies," job stealing, welfare dependence, bilingualism, al-Qaeda terrorists...
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Becoming Fluent
Richard M. Roberts, Roger J. Kreuz
Adults who want to learn a foreign language are often discouraged because they believe they cannot acquire a language as easily as children. Once they begin to learn a language, adults may be further...
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From Nowhere to Somewhere
Norman Sherman
Norman Sherman's idea of fun is attending a political convention. He has been active in liberal politics since before he could vote, often as a ghostwriter and editor of speeches and books. His story...
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