Takes us on a road-trip through the strange landscape of the American Right, the Tea Party and Glenn Beck, makes sense of a topsy-turvy world and shows how instead of...
A sharp and engaging political analysis of how democracy in Britain is being replaced by oligarchy
For decades, Colombia was the narcostate. Now travel to Colombia and South America is on the rise, and it's seen as one of the rising stars of the global economy...
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L. Sandy Maisel
In this work, Maisel provides an insider's view of how the American political system actually works while shining a light on some it its flaws. Illustrations.
Michael Gillard; Laurie Flynn
The authors examine the state of the Met since the 1980s and explains why growing opinion now believes the Met must break with its troubled past. Based on 1000 interviews...
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