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“Political Issues in Uneven World” By Ahmad Reza Babaei
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This book is a series of different articles (Project Series) in Politics and International Relations.
The Political Spectrum (ebook) By Max Becher
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A survey of visualizations of the political spectrum.
Politically Prescribed Economics By Garland McLaughlin
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Urban Economics Issues Concerning African Americans... This book has a flavor for appealing to the issues of Generation X regarding fiscal and political policy which has left urban America far behind... More > other cultures. This book provides solutions for problems that have chipped away at the core of African American society.< Less
Politically Prescribed Economics By Garland McLaughlin
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Urban Economics Issues Concerning African Americans... This book has a flavor for appealing to the issues of Generation X regarding fiscal and political policy which has left urban America far behind... More > other cultures. This book provides solutions for problems that have chipped away at the core of African American society.< Less
CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS IN GLOBAL POLITICS By Anton Shynkaruk
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Research of crisis communications in foreign policy making in USA, EU, Russia and Ukraine.
Harvard Political Discourse 1803 By Reuben Puffer, D.D.
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About this Book… Harvard Political Discourse 1803. By Reuben Puffer, D.D. Reuben Puffer, graduated Harvard, B.A. 1778. He received the degree at Harvard of S.T.D., (Doctorate in Sacred... More > Theology) in 1810. —Quinquennial Catalogue Of Harvard University, 1636-1920. Originally titled as an Election Sermon, and typically given by a leading Minister in Massachusetts from its inception as a colony, at the election of state officers. Dr. Puffer's 1803 work featured here is perhaps the finest example applied to the realm of political science. It is, in essence, a superlative overview of the methods of either nation building, or national ruin one may find, and one can trace its application to similar concerns in present political events. Dr. Puffer also gave Harvard's coveted Dudlean Lecture in 1808, which further demonstrated his astounding literary style crafted to capture the audience’s attention.< Less
Harvard Political Discourse 1803 By Reuben Puffer, D.D.
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About this Book… Harvard Political Discourse 1803. By Reuben Puffer, D.D. Reuben Puffer, graduated Harvard, B.A. 1778. He received the degree at Harvard of S.T.D., (Doctorate in Sacred... More > Theology) in 1810. —Quinquennial Catalogue Of Harvard University, 1636-1920. Originally titled as an Election Sermon, and typically given by a leading Minister in Massachusetts from its inception as a colony, at the election of state officers. Dr. Puffer's 1803 work featured here is perhaps the finest example applied to the realm of political science. It is, in essence, a superlative overview of the methods of either nation building, or national ruin one may find, and one can trace its application to similar concerns in present political events. Dr. Puffer also gave Harvard's coveted Dudlean Lecture in 1808, which further demonstrated his astounding literary style crafted to capture the audience’s attention.< Less
Science for Republicans By Sanity
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Understanding science so people can make informed decisions is an important part of democracy. Science for Republicans exposes the political playbook used to negate science while exploring issues... More > that shape our future and lower Congress’ approval rating to record lows. Since most people don’t like to read about science, there is very little prose, but lots of drawings. It is easy to understand, along with a humorous touch. This book is for Independents, Democrats and Republicans. Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and countless others would approve this idea. Laugh, learn and enjoy.< Less
Science for Republicans By Sanity
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Understanding science so people can make informed decisions is an important part of democracy. Science for Republicans exposes the political playbook used to negate science while exploring issues... More > that shape our future and lower Congress’ approval rating to record lows. Since most people don’t like to read about science, there is very little prose, but lots of drawings. It is easy to understand, along with a humorous touch. This book is for Independents, Democrats and Republicans. Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and countless others would approve this idea. Laugh, learn and enjoy.< Less
Science and Religion By Marcel Cachin
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A number of religions still vie with each other to guide the human race. There are said to be 530,000,000 Christians (Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox); 500,000,000 Buddhists; 230,000,000 Moslems;... More > 210,000,000 Hindus; 10,000,000 Jews; 100,000,000 pagans. Therein, according to Onésime Reclus, lies the strength (more apparent than real) of the various religions. Communism does not choose among them. We know that their role was and still is immense. Communism teaches neither scorn nor hate for these ancient forms of men’s thought before science. It recommends that we study their origins and history in order to understand them. It will then be found that our present is bound up with the past, that many old ideas have survived in men’s minds, and also that, despite appearances, there is a continuity of one culture to another.< Less

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