859 books (43 pages) in this category

Bulldozed

Kelo, Eminent Domain and the American Lust for Land

by Carla T. Main

ISBN: 9781594031939

Binding: Hardback

$49.99

Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism

by Wolfgang Streeck

The financial and economic crisis that began in 2008 still has the world on tenterhooks. The gravity of the situation is matched by a general paucity of understanding about what is happening and how it started. In this book, based on his 2012 ...

ISBN: 9781786630711

Binding: Paperback

$26.99

C.L.R. James: The Artist As Revolutionary

by Paul Buhle

ISBN: 9781786634535

Binding: Paperback

$29.99

Cabinet Government in Australia, 1901-2006

Practice, Principles, Performance

by Patrick Weller

The first comprehensive study of the development of the central institution of government over the first century of its life. Based on the author's detailed archival research and 30 years’ experience writing about central government in ...

ISBN: 9780868408743

Binding: Paperback

$49.95

Called to Account

How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost us Millions.

by Margaret Hodge

ISBN: 9780349142012

Binding: Paperback

$25.99

Campaign 2017

The Inside Story of the Election that Shocked Britain

by Tim Ross

<p>On 18th April 2017, Theresa May stunned Britain by announcing a snap election.&nbsp;With poll leads of more than 20 points over Jeremy Corbyn’s divided Labour Party, the first Tory landslide since Margaret Thatcher’s day seemed ...

ISBN: 9781785902956

Binding: Paperback

$29.99

Can Democracy Be Saved?

Participation, Deliberation and Social Movements

by Donatella della Porta

<p>Financial crisis, economic globalization and the strengthening of neoliberal policies present stark challenges to traditional conceptions of representative democracy. Yet, at the same time, new opportunities are emerging that propose ...

ISBN: 9780745664606

Binding: Paperback

$35.95

Can Democracy Handle Climate Change?

by Daniel J. Fiorino

ISBN: 9781509523955

Binding: Hardback

$73.95

Can Democracy Handle Climate Change?

by Daniel J. Fiorino

ISBN: 9781509523962

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can Government Do Anything Right?

by Alasdair Roberts

<p>Across the Western world, people are angry about the inability of government to perform basic functions competently. With widespread evidence of policy failures at home and ill-conceived wars and interventions abroad, it is hardly surprising ...

ISBN: 9781509521517

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can Governments Earn Our Trust?

by Donald F. Kettl

<p>Some analysts have called distrust the biggest governmental crisis of our time. It is unquestionably a huge problem, undermining confidence in our elected institutions, shrinking social capital, slowing innovation, and raising existential ...

ISBN: 9781509522453

Binding: Hardback

$73.95

Can Governments Earn Our Trust?

by Donald F. Kettl

<p>Some analysts have called distrust the biggest governmental crisis of our time. It is unquestionably a huge problem, undermining confidence in our elected institutions, shrinking social capital, slowing innovation, and raising existential ...

ISBN: 9781509522460

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can The Internet Strengthen Democracy?

by Stephen Coleman

From its inception as a public communication network, the Internet was regarded by many people as a potential means of escaping from the stranglehold of top-down, stage-managed politics. If hundreds of millions of people could be the producers ...

ISBN: 9781509508372

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can the Welfare State Survive?

by Andrew Gamble

<p>After the most serious economic crash since the 1930s and the slowest recovery on record, austerity rules. Spending on the welfare state did not cause the crisis, but deep cuts in welfare budgets has become the default policy response. The ...

ISBN: 9780745698748

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can War be Eliminated?

by Christopher Coker

Throughout history, war seems to have had an iron grip on humanity. In this short book, internationally renowned philosopher of war, Christopher Coker, challenges the view that war is an idea that we can cash in for an even better one - peace. ...

ISBN: 9780745679235

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can We Feed the World Without Destroying It?

by Eric Holt-Gimenez

ISBN: 9781509522019

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Can We Solve the Migration Crisis?

by Jacqueline Bhabha

<p>Every minute 24 people are forced to leave their homes and over 65 million are currently displaced world-wide. Small wonder that tackling the refugee and migration crisis has become a global political priority. <br /><br /> But can this ...

ISBN: 9781509519408

Binding: Paperback

$20.95

Capital: A Portrait of Twenty-First Century Delhi

by Dasgupta Rana

At the turn of the twenty-first century acclaimed novelist Rana Dasgupta arrived in the Indian capital with a single suitcase. He had no intention of staying for long. But the city beguiled him - he 'fell in love and in hate with it' - ...

ISBN: 9781922079312

Binding: Paperback

$34.99

Capitalism and Modernity

The Great Debate

by Jack Goody

This important new book investigates how the West attained its current position of economic and social advantage. In an incisive historical analysis, Jack Goody examines when and why Europe (and Anglo-America) started to outstrip all other ...

ISBN: 9780745631912

Binding: Paperback

$33.95

Capitalism: A Ghost Story

by Arundhati Roy

India is a nation of 1.2 billion, but the country's 100 richest people own assets equivalent to one-fourth of India's gross domestic product. The rest of the population are ghosts within a system beyond their control. This includes the millions ...

ISBN: 9781784780319

Binding: Hardback

$22.99