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An Essay on the Principle of PopulationAn Essay on the Principle of Population
by T. R. Malthus
The first major study of population size and its tremendous importance to the character and quality of society, this classic examines the tendency of human numbers to outstrip their resources. read more
Anarchism and Other EssaysAnarchism and Other Essays
by Emma Goldman
12 essays by the influential radical include "Marriage and Love," "The Hypocrisy of Puritanism," "The Traffic in Women," Anarchism," and "The Psychology of Political Violence." read more
Art in the Alphabet: A History of the Evolution of Hand LetteringArt in the Alphabet: A History of the Evolution of Hand Lettering
by Lewis F. Day
More than 250 illustrations depict the alphabet's changing forms, from handsome Roman letters cut in marble and delicate English courthand to 16th-century Greek initials and modern styles. Includes introductory essay. read more
Autobiography of Mother JonesAutobiography of Mother Jones
by Mary Field Parton Mary Harris Jones Clarence Darrow
This important addition to labor and feminist literature speaks tirelessly and effectively on behalf of workers' rights and unions in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. read more
Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with TruthAutobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth
by Mohandas Gandhi
Gandhi's simply narrated account of his boyhood, legal studies, purification, and the growth of the Satyagraha — nonviolent protest — movement. Critical, inspiring work of the man responsible for the freedom of India. read more
Capital, Volume One: A Critique of Political EconomyCapital, Volume One: A Critique of Political Economy
by Edward Aveling Karl Marx Friedrich Engels Samuel Moore
Marx's classic of political economics constitutes a work of tremendous influence. In addition to its critique of private property, it also offers a thorough analysis of the scientific laws of capitalism. read more
Daring Deeds of Pioneer WomenDaring Deeds of Pioneer Women
by John Frost
Stirring tales, dating from the French and Indian War through the 1850s, recount desperate situations from the lives of westward-bound women and their families, including encounters with the Native Americans they ultimately displaced. read more
Drawing D-Day: An Artist's Journey Through WarDrawing D-Day: An Artist's Journey Through War
by Ugo Giannini Maxine Giannini
Created by a U.S. Army infantryman who landed on Omaha Beach, these gritty, realistic images — together with the soldier/artist's letters — form a deeply personal perspective on the horrors of war. read more
Erasmus and the Age of ReformationErasmus and the Age of Reformation
by Johan Huizinga
Noted scholar traces Erasmus's life, career, and associations with Sir Thomas More and Martin Luther, and discusses his writings, including In Praise of Folly and his great translation of the New Testament. read more
Essential Works of Lenin: "What Is to Be Done?" and Other WritingsEssential Works of Lenin: "What Is to Be Done?" and Other Writings
by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
Four most significant works, also including "The Development of Capitalism in Russia," "Imperialism, the Highest State of Capitalism," and "The State and Revolution." read more
Fashion Is Spinach: How to Beat the Fashion RacketFashion Is Spinach: How to Beat the Fashion Racket
by Elizabeth Hawes Alice Gregory
Combining autobiography with a history of the fashion industry during the 1920s and '30s, this astute and witty memoir by a leading American designer encourages consumer rebellion against fads. read more
Game Theory and PoliticsGame Theory and Politics
by Steven J. Brams
Many illuminating and instructive examples of the applications of game theoretic models to problems in political science appear in this volume, which requires minimal mathematical background. 1975 edition. 24 figures.
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