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by Elizabeth Fekete
by John Kerry
Experiences, 1945 - 47
by Carl Schmitt
<p>When Germany was defeated in 1945, both the Russians and the Americans undertook mass internments in the territories they occupied. The Americans called their approach “automatic arrest.” Carl Schmitt, although not belonging in ...
Reclaiming Our Cyber Security in the Digital Age
by Michael Chertoff
A powerful argument for new laws and policies regarding cyber-security, from the former US Secretary of Homeland Security. ...
by David Marr
The top job is within Bill Shorten's grasp. But who is he? How did he rise to become Labor leader? And does he have what it takes to beat Malcolm Turnbull and lead the country? In this dramatic essay, David Marr traces the hidden career ...
by Albert Seaton
by Liza Featherstone
Hillary Clinton presents her campaign for the presidency and her long career in public life as a triumph of feminism. But an all-star lineup of American feminists here says, "It's not that simple." In a history of proposals and policies on ...
by Sharlet Jeff
<b>A journalist's penetrating and controversial look at the untold story of Christian fundamentalism's most elite organisation- a self-described 'invisible' global network dedicated to a religion of power for the powerful.</b> They are 'the ...
The Ultimate Guide to Leveraging High-Impact Prospecting to Engage Qualified Applicants, Win the War for Talent, and Make Mission Fast
by Jeb Blount
Literature, Cinema, and the Colonization of American Indians
by Ward Churchill
by Christina Lamb
From the award-winning co-author of ‘I Am Malala', this book asks just how the might of NATO, with 48 countries and 140,000 troops on the ground, failed to defeat a group of religious students and farmers? How did it go so wrong? ...
by Roger Griffin
<p>The word ‘fascism’ sometimes appears to have become a catch-all term of abuse, applicable to anyone on the political right, from Hitler to Donald Trump and from Putin to Thatcher. While some argue that it lacks any distinctive ...
by Hunter S Thompson
Stylish reissue of a classic first published in the 1970s: Hunter S Thompson's ether-fuelled, savage journey to the heart of the American Dream. ‘We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take ...
by Allan Gyngell
In <i>Fear of Abandonment</i>, expert and insider Allan Gyngell tells the story of how Australia has shaped the world and been shaped by it since it established an independent foreign policy during the dangerous days of 1942. Gyngell argues that
by Bob Woodward
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Great Parliamentary Resignations
by Theo Barclay
<p>They say the first rule of politics is never to resign. But in recent decades Britain’s politicians have all too often failed – or refused – to cling on. This roaring dash through the most sensational political resignations of the past ...
by Elizabeth Warren
How to Struggle and How to Win
by Clara Zetkin
<div>Clara Zetkin’s report and resolution on fascism at the June 1923 enlarged plenum of the Communist International’s Executive Committee.</div> ...
by Michael Wolff
by Anthony Lester
Human Rights - Equality - Freedom of Expression - Privacy - The Rule of Law.<br>These five ideas are vitally important to the way of life we enjoy today.<br>The battle to establish them in law was long and difficult, and Lord Anthony Lester was ...