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  • False Idolby Gene Healy

    The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc. 2012; US$ 3.99

    In the waning days of the Bush administration, the Cato Institute published Gene Healy’s The Cult of the Presidency: America’s Dangerous Devotion to Executive Power , which argued that the demands we place on the presidency have turned it into a constitutional monstrosity: too powerful to be trusted, and too weak to fulfill all the demands we invest... more...

  • Capturing the Political Imaginationby Diane Stone

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 61.95

    Think tanks are proliferating. Although they are outside of government, many of these policy research institutes are perceived to influence political thinking and public policy. This book develops ideas about policy networks, epistemic communities and policy learning in relation to think tanks. more...

  • The Importance of Governance for Sustainable Developmentby Helen Clark

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 2012; US$ 20.90

    The Singapore Lecture Series was inaugurated in 1980 by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies with a founding endowment from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), and augmented by generous donation in 1983 from Exxon Mobil Asia Pacific. The Singapore Lecture is designed to provide the opportunity for distinguished statesmen, scholars, and writers... more...

  • Realizing the Potential of U.S. Unconventional Natural Gasby Sarah O. Ladislaw; Lisa A. Hyland; David L. Pumphrey

    Center for Strategic & International Studies 2013; US$ 53.00

    The ability to access and economically develop vast amounts of America’s unconventional natural gas resources, especially large shale gas formations, has altered our national view on energy and has subsequently changed the discourse at the federal, state, and local levels. Since 2008, when the economic viability of shale gas resources first became... more...

  • A Thousand Deadlines: The New York City Press and American Neutrality, 1914–17by K.J. O'Keefe

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 94.20

    This study is an attempt to chronicle and analyse the attitudes of the New York press in connection with the events of the period from 1914 to 1917 relating to American neutrality. It is based primarily on a day­ to-day study of sixteen daily newspapers in New York City for the period of American non-participation in the First World War. The research... more...

  • Trafficking & the Global Sex Industryby Karen D. Beeks; Delila Amir

    Lexington Books 2006; US$ 37.99

    Trafficking & the Global Sex Industry focuses on the international trafficking of women and children for forced labor and prostitution. The essays create a link from country to country, demonstrating the worldwide nature of the problem. Expertly written and well researched, this collection gives the reader a clearer understanding of the problem of... more...

  • Break Throughby Michael Shellenberger; Ted Nordhaus

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2009; US$ 14.67

    Current tactics can’t solve today’s complex global crises. The “bad boys of environmentalism” call for a bold and empowering new vision Environmental insiders Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus triggered a firestorm of controversy with their self-published essay “The Death of Environmentalism,” which argued that environmentalism cannot deal with... more...

  • Community, Democracy, and the Environmentby Jane A. Grant

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2003; US$ 32.00

    Community, Democracy, and the Environment explores the character of the community and polity in the United States, reviews the orientations of Americans to the environment and environmental policy, and suggests some directions for how people may better learn to share the future with each other and the other species on the planet. more...

  • The Progressive Revolution in Politics and Political Scienceby John Marini; Ken Masugi; Paul Carrese; Eric R. Claeys; Edward J. Erler; Tiffany R. Jones; John Marini; Ken Masugi; Will Morrisey; Peter C. Myers; Larry Peterman; John G. West; Thomas G. West; Scot J. Zentner

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2005; US$ 45.50

    The Progressive Revolution in Politics and Political Science explores the scope, ambition, and effect of the Progressive revolution of a century ago, which relegated the theory and practice of the Founders to an antiquated historical phase. By contrast, our contributors see beyond the horizon of Progressivism to take account of the Founders' moral... more...

  • What Worksby Cal Thomas; Sean Hannity

    Zondervan 2014; US$ 14.26

    We know what works based on experience: The past and common sense. “Don’t touch that stove, honey, or you will get burned.” Why must we constantly re-fight the same battles over and over? In What Works, author Cal Thomas looks backward to see what the past can teach us about political, economic, relational, and spiritual issues that we’d like solutions... more...