838 books (42 pages) in this category


by Jacob Mundy

ISBN: 9781509518739

Binding: Paperback


Little Mother of Russia

A Biography of Empress Marie Fedorovna

by Coryne Hall

ISBN: 9780841914223

Binding: Paperback


Long Haul, The

by John Brumby

"<i>The Long Haul</i> distils a series of practical lessons on leadership and public life from John Brumby's thirty years in politics. It offers insights into the challenges and opportunities Australia currently faces and argues for real ...

ISBN: 9780522868531

Binding: Paperback


Looking For The Light On The Hill: Modern Labor's Challenges

by Troy Bramston

TODAY, THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY IS IN CRISIS. Reduced to minority government after just one term, and at rock bottom in the opinion polls, the party seems to be at a defining moment in its history. The perception of the federal government is

ISBN: 9781921844379

Binding: Paperback


Lord Leverhulme's Ghosts

by Jules Marchal

In the early twentieth century, the worldwide rubber boom led British entrepreneur Lord Leverhulme to the Belgian Congo. Warmly welcomed by the murderous regime of King Leopold II, Leverhulme set up a private kingdom reliant on the horrific ...

ISBN: 9781784786311

Binding: Paperback


Losing Streak: How Tasmania was gamed by the gambling industry

by James Boyce

The story begins with the toppling of a premier, and ends with David Walsh, the man behind MONA, taking an eccentric stand against pokie machines and the political status quo. It is a story of broken politics and back-room deals. It shows how ...

ISBN: 9781863959100

Binding: Paperback


Machine Rules

by Stephen Loosley

In his tell-all memoir he writes about defending the indefensible, the best way to start and kill off rumours, the value of truth in campaigning, how to use humour to squash a scandal, the key to fundraising, and why bullshit always comes back ...

ISBN: 9780522867404

Binding: Paperback


Made in Africa

A New Industrial Strategy

by Carol Newman

<p>Over the past forty years, industry has moved increasingly from the developed to the developing world, yet&nbsp;<span style="line-height: 1.45em;">Africa?s share of global manufacturing has declined. Industry is critical for economic growth, ...

ISBN: 9780815728153

Binding: Paperback


Making of the Black Working Class in Bri

by Ron Ramdin

This is the first comprehensive historical perspective on the relationship between Black workers and the changing patterns of Britain 's labour needs. It places in an historical context the development of a small black presence in ...

ISBN: 9781786630650

Binding: Paperback


Man-Made World: Choosing between Progress and Planet: Quarterly Essay 44

by Andrew Charlton

Witnessing at first-hand the failure of the Copenhagen Climate Conference and wondering what went wrong, Andrew Charlton realised the truth of a colleague's words- 'The world is split between those who want to save the planet and those who want ...

ISBN: 9781863955522

Binding: Paperback


March Women March

How women won the vote

by Lucinda Hawksley

<DIV>This fascinating book uses anecdotes and accounts by both famous and hitherto lesser known suffragettes and suffragists to explore how the voice of women came to be heard throughout the land in the pursuit of equal votes for females. Using ...

ISBN: 9780233005256

Binding: Hardback



by Terrell Carver

Karl Marx was the first theorist of a truly global capitalism, and remains perhaps its most trenchant critic. This clear and innovative book, from one of the leading contemporary experts on Marx's thought, gives us a fresh overview of his ideas ...

ISBN: 9781509518180

Binding: Paperback


Marx and Foucault


by Antonio Negri

<p>This the first of a new three-part series in which Antonio Negri, a leading political thinker of our time, explores key ideas that have animated radical thought and examines some of the social and economic forces that are shaping our world ...

ISBN: 9781509503414

Binding: Paperback


Mass Starvation

The History and Future of Famine

by Alex de Waal

<p>The world almost conquered famine. Until the 1980s, this scourge killed ten million people every decade, but by early 2000s mass starvation had all-but-disappeared. Today, famines are resurgent, driven by war, blockade, hostility to ...

ISBN: 9781509524679

Binding: Paperback


May Day Manifesto 1968

by Raymond Williams

The original publication of the <i>May Day Manifesto </i>in 1967 collected together the most influential radical voices of the era. Among the seventy signatories were Raymond Williams, E. P. Thompson, Stuart Hall, Iris Murdoch, Terry Eagleton, ...

ISBN: 9781786636270

Binding: Paperback


Middle East

by Philip Robins

The wave of popular uprisings that swept through the Middle East promised to pave the way for democracy. It brought down dictators and captured the popular imagination, but for most of the region, peace and stability remain as elusive today as ...

ISBN: 9781780749419

Binding: Paperback


Mind of the Islamic State, The

by Robert Manne

ISBN: 9781863958813

Binding: Paperback



by Richard H. Thaler

<b><i>ECONOMIST, FINANCIAL TIMES </i>and<i> EVENING STANDARD </i>BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2015</b><BR><b></b><BR><b>Shortlisted for the <i>Financial Times</i> and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award</b><BR>From the renowned and entertaining ...

ISBN: 9780241951224

Binding: Paperback


Mobility Justice

by Mimi Sheller

Mobility justice is one of the crucial political and ethical issues of our day. We are in the midst of a global climate crisis and extreme challenges of urbanization. At the same time it is difficult to ignore the deaths of thousands of migrants

ISBN: 9781788730921

Binding: Paperback


Models of Democracy

by David Held

The first two editions of <i>Models of Democracy</i> have proven immensely popular among students and specialists worldwide. In a succinct and far-reaching analysis, David Held provides an introduction to central accounts of democracy from ...

ISBN: 9780745631479

Binding: Paperback