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- Simon & Schuster UK 2014; US$ 15.00
Both an extension of and a companion to his acclaimed exposé of political mendacity, THE RISE OF POLITICAL LYING, Peter Oborne's new book reveals in devastating fashion just how far we have left behind us the idea of people going into politics for that quaint reason, to serve the public. Notions of the greater good and "putting something back" now... more...
- Simon & Schuster UK 2015; US$ 7.99
Are all the parties the same? Will my vote really make any difference? Why is politics so hard to understand? If you've ever thought any of these things, you're not alone. What with broken promises, complicated jargon and a lack of simple and clear information, is it any wonder that voter turnout is plummeting? It's not that you don't care about... more...
- Zapf Chancery Publishers Africa Ltd. 2012; US$ 18.05
- Trine Day 2015; US$ 9.99
Stressing that autism is a major public health crisis of unequalled proportions, this book accuses the federal government of refusing to acknowledge it as such and having a corrupt and morally unsound relationship with ?Big Pharma.? First noting the dramatic rise in cases of autism in the United States since the 1970s, Autistic Indifference then... more...
- Simon & Schuster UK 2016; US$ 28.00 US$ 20.50
The Afghan war will be remembered for its politics more than its combat. There were few, if any, major battles. The longest war in American history has left 1,800 U.S. troops dead, fewer than half the number killed in Iraq. The violence is mostly confined to the farmlands, deserts, and mountains, playing out in small ambushes, hit-and-run attacks,... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 12.68
A Banquet of Consequences is a lively exploration by financial expert Satyajit Das on why, following the global credit crunch, the world is entering a period of prolonged economic stagnation, and what that means for all of us. The factors that caused the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 have not been addressed, notes Satyajit Das in this brilliantly... more...
- Profile Books 2010; US$ 10.65
With 20 million dead and another 40 million infected, AIDS is the world's worst epidemic, but the catastrophe could have been prevented. This book shows how millions could have been saved and many millions more infections could have been prevented if the world had responded properly to the crisis. Peter Gill reveals how politicians and religious leaders... more...
- SAGE Publications 2015; US$ 632.00
The SAGE Encyclopedia of World Poverty, Second Edition addresses the persistence of poverty across the globe while updating and expanding the landmark work, Encyclopedia of World Poverty , originally published in 2006 prior to the economic calamities of 2008. For instance, while continued high rates of income inequality might be unsurprising in... more...
- UNP - Nebraska 2016; US$ 55.00
What, James Tyner asks, separates the murder of a runaway youth from the death of a father denied a bone-marrow transplant because of budget cuts? Moving beyond our culture?s reductive emphasis on whether a given act of violence is intentional?and may therefore count as deliberate murder?Tyner interrogates the broader forces that produce violence.... more...
- Icon Books Ltd 2015; US$ 8.99
?Stylish and wittily written ? a brilliant read that should encourage us all to challenge the cult of youth, and learn to love ourselves a little more along the way.? My Weekly There?s nothing middle-of-the-road about middle age. From coping with bodies that are ?heading south? to rampant ageism in the workplace, this time in our lives, in... more...