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  • The Regional Governing Of Metropolitan Americaby David Miller

    Avalon Publishing 2002; US$ 52.00

    The book explores the regional governing of metropolitan America in a comprehensive and systematic fashion. It reviews the financial system of state and local government at the broadest possible levelthe national leveland explores the relationships between the federal government, the 50 state governments, and the 86,000 local governments that constitute... more...

  • Relicby William G. Howell; Terry M. Moe

    Basic Books 2016; US$ 36.00

    Our government is failing us. From health care to immigration, from the deficit to climate change, our political institutions have long shown that they are incapable of meeting the challenges of modern society. Why the dysfunction? In Relic , William Howell and Terry Moe point to the Constitution as the main culprit. The framers designed a government... more...

  • Revolving Gridlockby David W. Brady; Craig Volden

    Avalon Publishing 2005; US$ 46.00

    Despite the early prospects for bipartisan unity on terrorism initiatives, government gridlock continues on most major issues in the wake of the 2004 elections. In this fully revised edition, political scientists David W. Brady and Craig Volden demonstrate that gridlock is not a product of divided government, party politics, or any of the usual scapegoats.... more...

  • The Invisible Heart Attackby Pieter Weizer

    HarperCollins 2018; US$ 22.39

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  • Evaluating Media Biasby Adam J. Schiffer

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2017; US$ 25.00

    Engaging and informative, Evaluating Media Bias provides an academically informed but broadly accessible overview of the major concepts and controversies involving media bias. Schiffer explores the contours of the partisan-bias controversy before pivoting to real biases: the patterns, constraints, and shortcomings plaguing American political... more...

  • Addressing the other womanby Ana Langer

    Manchester University Press 2014; US$ 60.00

    An analysis of the 'personalisation' of modern British politics, challenging current theorisation and bridging the political science and media studies approaches to the subject. more...

  • American Governmentby Scott F. Abernathy

    SAGE Publications 2018; US$ 66.00

    American government is not just one story—it’s many stories. Our stories. And they are still being told.   In  American Government: Stories of a Nation,  author Scott Abernathy tunes in to the voices of America’s people, showing how from the founding to the present our diverse ideas have shaped our political institutions, our identities, the way... more...

  • The Undecided Voter's Guide to the Next Presidentby Mark Halperin

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.21

    Who's ready for the oval office? They call it a horse race, and in this election the candidates got out of the gate early. But it's still hard to tell them apart and make a choice. Mark Halperin, veteran reporter and political analyst, sizes up the White House hopefuls with intelligence, insight, and his trademark wit, offering engaging, in-depth... more...

  • Meet the Next Presidentby Bill Sammon

    Pocket Books 2007; US$ 23.00

    Barack Obama once came close to injecting heroin, but balked when a junkie pulled out the needle and rubber tubing. Obama and Mitt Romney are descended from polygamous great-grandfathers who had five wives apiece. Rudy Giuliani's first wife was his second cousin. Liberal Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton was once a conservative Republican "Goldwater... more...

  • Active Libertyby Stephen Breyer

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 15.00

    A brilliant new approach to the Constitution and courts of the United States by Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.For Justice Breyer, the Constitution’s primary role is to preserve and encourage what he calls “active liberty”: citizen participation in shaping government and its laws. As this book argues, promoting active liberty requires judicial... more...