922 books (47 pages) in this category
Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship
by Nadine Strossen
Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution
by Mona Eltahawy
by William D. Snider
by Fintan O'Toole
A book about the delusions of Brexit, the threat it poses to economic prosperity, peace in Ireland and the tradition of British democracy. 'There will not be much political writing in this or any other year that is carried off with such style' ...
by Waldron Lamar
Five decades after one of America's greatest tragedies, this compelling book pierces the veil of secrecy to document the small, tightly held conspiracy that killed President John F. Kennedy. It explains why he was murdered, and how it was ...
How the Secular and Religious Right Changed What Americans Think
by Susan George
George Bush leaves the White House in January 2009 and the United States goes back to ?normal?, right? Wrong, argues Susan George in this fascinating, thorough and often chilling account of the decades-long transformation of American society and
Her Essential Wisdom
by Carol Kelly-Gangi
<p></p><p>Experience the powerful words of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has spent a lifetime in service to the United States, from young lawyer fighting for the disadvantaged to Secretary of State and two-time presidential candidate. Arranged ...
by Derryn Hinch
As a current affairs commentator, Derryn Hinch spent decades fighting with politicians. Then the unthinkable happened he became one.This is the inside story of Senator Hinch?s first year in Canberra.Explosive, incisive, frank, brutal, and, at ...
by Oscar Martinez
A History of Violence ...
Why Populists Rise and Governments Fall
by Sam Wilkin
The laws of political turmoil laid bare in five astonishing stories. ...
by John Berger
From Hurricane Katrina, 9/11 and 7/7, to resistance in Ramallah and traumatic dislocation in the Middle East, Berger explores the countless personal choices, encounters, illuminations, sacrifices, griefs and memories that occur in the grip of ...
How Pauline Hanson fooled a nation
by Kerry-Anne Walsh
Pauline Hanson claims to represent the average Australian but <i>The Stalking of Julia Gillard</i>'s Kerry-Anne Walsh has discovered nothing could be further from the truth. ...
by George Monbiot
'Without countervailing voices, naming and challenging power, political freedom withers and dies. Without countervailing voices, a better world can never materialise. Without countervailing voices, wells will still be dug and bridges will still ...
by George Monbiot
How Did We Get Into This Mess? ...
A Cautionary Tale of American Democracy
by P.J. O'Rourke
Updated paperback edition: the essential take on the stranger-than-fiction 2016 presidential election from a quintessential voice on American politics and culture. ...
by Jonathan Franzen
Passionate, independent-minded nonfiction from the international bestselling author of ‘The Corrections'. Jonathan Franzen's ‘The Corrections' was the best-loved and most written-about novel of 2001. Nearly every in-depth review of ...
A Guide for the Perplexed
by Alan Jacobs
The world is telling you what to think. Here's how to resist. ...
by Peter Oborne
The most significant, demented, politically effective tweets from the world's most important Twitter feed, analysed and explained by the UK's leading expert on political lying. The most unusual feature of Donald Trump's nationalist and populist
by Clarke John
More wonderful interviews with Australia's leading citizens, drawn from John Clarke and Bryan Dawe's weekly broadcasts on ABC TV's <i>7.30 Report</i>. Every Thursday evening, at the end of the ABC TV <i>7-30 Report</i>, John Clarke and long-time
Australian Commonwealth Administration 2004-2007
by Chris Aulich
This book looks at the administrative and leadership style of former Prime Minister John Howard?s fourth and final term in government (2004-2007). Organised into three sections, it begins with a group of essays that reflect on key governance ...