• Literature & Literary Studies

      The Shakespearean Ethic

      by John Vyvyan

      ‘… the most original book about Shakespeare I have ever read'Christopher BookerOriginally published by Chatto & Windus in 1959, this book has long been out of print and largely neglected by Shakespearean scholars. It offers a viewpoint seldom considered:

    • International law
      June 2012

      Earth Is Our Business

      Changing the Rules of the Game

      by Polly Higgins

      Earth is our Business takes forward the argument of Polly Higgins’ first book, Eradicating Ecocide. This book proposes new Earth law, but it is also about something more than law: it advocates a new form of leadership wh

    • Economic theory & philosophy

      Public Revenue Without Taxation

      by Ronald Burgess

      Gordon Brown was a past-master at sneaking in new taxes by stealth, but his efforts as Chancellor and then Prime Minister were merely the latest in a long line of party leaders desperate to extract more money from reluctant taxpayers. This book challen

    • Political economy

      Re-Solving the Economic Puzzle

      by Walter. Rybeck

      In the richest nation on earth, people are mired in poverty. Food is produced on a vast scale, yet families go hungry. Homeless men and women huddle in doorways of boarded-up housing. A deep-rooted cause of this inequality, the author reveals, lies in

    • General & world history

      The Predator Culture

      The Roots and Intent of Organised Violence

      by Fred Harrison

      Understanding the territorial basis of political power and wealth is the pre-requisite, the author argues, for making sense of issues as diverse as genocide, narco-gangsterism, terrorism and fascism. Fred Harrison draws on global-wide case studies to show

    • Business, Economics & Law

      A New Model of the Economy

      by Brian Hodgkinson

      The book offers a radical revision of modern economic theory. Its starting point is the existing body of both micro and macro economics, as developed in such textbooks as "Economics" by Begg, Fischer and Dombusch and "Positive Economics" by Lipsey and

    • Geography & the Environment

      Eradicating Ecocide

      Laws and Governance to Prevent the Destruction of Our Planet

      by Polly Higgins

      Eradicating Ecocide highlights the need for enforceable, legally binding mechanisms in national and international law to hold to account perpetrators of long term severe damage to the environment. At this critical juncture in history it is

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