Political Science, Political ideologies, Socialism, Imperialism, Colonialism, British Empire, Totalitarianism, Utopian communities, Political System
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Macmillan 1902 Dewey Dec. 303
Contents: Charitable effort; Filial relations: Household adjustment; Industrial amelioration; Educational methods; Political reform. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
Contents: Charitable effort — Filial relations — Household adjustment — Industrial amelioration — Educational methods — Political reform.
Protest in America from Greensboro to Wounded Knee
Anderson, Terry H.
Oxford 1995 Dewey Dec. 303
“It began in 1960 with the Greensboro sit-ins. By 1973, when a few Native Americans rebelled at Wounded Knee and the U.S. Army came home from Vietnam, it was over. In between came Freedom Rides, Port Huron, the Mississippi Summer, Berkeley, Selma, Vietnam, the Summer of Love, Black Power, the Chicago Convention, hippies, Brown Power, and Women’s Liberation–The Movement–in an era that became known as The Sixties. Why did millions of Americans become activists; why did they take to the streets?
These are questions Terry Anderson explores in The Movement and The Sixties, a searching history of the social activism that defined a generation of young Americans and that called into question the very nature of “America.” Drawing on interviews, “underground” manuscripts colleceted at campuses and archives throughout the nation, and many popular accounts, Anderson begins with Greensboro and reveals how one event built upon another and exploded into the kaleidoscope of activism by the early 1970s.” -Publisher
Contents: [Pt. 1] The first wave: the surge, 1960-1968 — The struggle — The movement and the sixties generation — Days of decision — 1968: rip tides — [Pt. 2] The second wave: the crest, 1968 to the early 1970s — Counterculture — Power and liberation — The movement toward a new America — Legacies: The sea change.
Including all Social-Reform Movements and Activities, and the Economic, Industrial, and Sociological Facts and Statistics of all Countries and All Social Subjects
Bliss, W: D. P. ed.
Funk 1908 Dewey Dec. 303 Rf
Brief and clear statement of nearly every important reform movement of our age. By specialists and containing brief bibliographies. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
“A useful popular work, intended for the general reader, not for the special student. Principal articles are by specialists and are signed, short articles are unsigned. Bibliographies are brief and refer principally to works in English. Contains many biographical sketches, including some of living men.” – Standard Catalog: Sociology Section (1918)
Brewer, Daniel Chauncey
NY: Putnam’s Sons 1922 Dewey Dec. 303
Twayne 1990 Dewey Dec. 303
“America was irrevocably changed by the 1960s civil rights, anti-war and feminist movements. This study examines them side by side, revealing their interdependence, common grassroots origins and cumulative impact. Burns clarifies how the struggle for black equality helped empower other causes and how the New Left gave rise to the peace movements as it fueled the tumultuous counterculture. He traces the history of each movement and makes conclusions about leadership, electoral politics and coalition-building.” -Publisher
Contents: We shall all be free — Everything is possible — Sisterhood is powerful — Bearing fruit — Readiness is all.
Hurley, Jennifer A.
Greenhaven 2000 Dewey Dec. 306
“Essays from conservative and liberal viewpoints debate moral relativism, capitalism, religion, violence, pop culture, and even shame and character.” Booklist
Contents: Capitalism promotes positive values / Theodore Forstmann — Capitalism does not promote positive values / David Hilfiker — Religion is essential to a moral society / Philip Yancey — Religion is not essential to a moral society / Dave Matson — Society’s well-being depends upon the traditional family / Jean Bethke Elshtain — Society’s well-being does not depend upon the traditional family / Arlene Skolnick and Stacey Rosencrantz — America faces a moral crisis / William J. Bennett — America does not face a moral crisis / James A. Morone — Popular culture is in decline / Herbert I. London — Popular culture is not in decline / Tyler Cowen — Consumerism pervades American society / David Klepper — Consumerism can be a positive force / James B. Twitchell — The media glamorize violence / Gregg Easterbrook — The media are unfairly criticized / Danny Goldberg — Advertising demeans American values / Marylaine Block — Advertising is important to consumers / John Hood — Shame deters immoral behavior / James B. Twitchell — Shame is a form of censorship / Carl F. Horowitz — The government should legislate morality / David A. Pendleton — The government should not legislate morality / Charley Reese — Public schools should provide character education / Sanford N. McDonnell — Public schools should not provide character education / Don Feder
Harper 1958 Dewey Dec. 303
“In response to his 1932 novel “Brave New World”, Huxley reconsiders his prophecies and fears that some of these may be coming true much sooner than he thought.” – Oxford Comp. to Eng. Lit.
Wadsworth 1998 Dewey Dec. 320
“This text provides readers with comprehensive coverage of all major political science topics, with an especially strong focus on theory and thorough coverage of comparative institutions and international political systems. The text emphasizes the role of society in political science.” -Publisher
Contents: 1 Introduction-Political Science – 2 The Organization of Society – 3 The Greeks – 4 Romans and Medieval Political Thought – 5 The Social Contract Theorist – 6 Karl Marx – 7 Society and Politics – 8 Public Opinion – 9 Leadership – 10 Voters 11 Elections and Electoral Systems – 12 Pressure Groups – 13 Political Parties – 14 Law and Policy – 15 Parliamentary and Presidential Systems of Government – 16 The Legislature – 17 Bureaucracy – 18 Administration – 19 The Judiciary – 20 International Relations – 21 Global Regimes, The United Nations, and the State
Johnson, Janet Buttolph and Joslyn, Richard A.
CQ 1991 Dewey Dec. 320
“An introduction to the basic tools of political science research. Six case studies highlight important aspects of the research process, and illustrate how scholars employ research methods in their studies of politics. New material includes studies of Western media influence on print news in non-Western countries, and political control of federal bureaucracies.” -Publisher
Putnam 1897 Dewey Dec. 306
Other essays: True Americanism; The manly virtues and practical politics; The college graduate and public life; Phases of state legislation; Machine politics in New York City; Six years of civil service reform; Administering the New York police force; The vice-presidency and the campaign of 1896; How not to help our poorer brother; The Monroe doctrine; Washington’s forgotten maxim; National life and character; Social evolution; The law of civilization and decay. – Standard Catalog: Sociology Section (1918)
Century 1901 Dewey Dec. 306
Much healthy idealism tempered by common sense. He stands for sound education of mind and body, for moderation, for the virtues of private life in politics, and for a genuine national spirit. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
Other essays: Expansion and peace; Latitude and longitude among reformers; Fellow feeling as a political factor; Civic helpfulness; Character and success; The eighth and ninth commandments in politics; The best and the good; Promise and performance; The American boy; Military preparedness and unpreparedness; Admiral Dewey; Grant; Manhood and statehood; Brotherhood and the heroic virtues; National duties; The labor question; Christian citizenship – Standard Catalog: Sociology Section (1918)
Roskin, Michael G. et al.
Prentice Hall 2000 Dewey Dec. 320
“Balancing practical and theoretical knowledge, Political Science is a comprehensive and jargon-free introduction to the field’s basic concepts and themes. This bestselling brief book uses diverse real-world examples to show readers the value of avoiding simplifications in politics, the relevance of government, and the importance of participation. Written from Mike Roskin’s unique and engaging point-of-view, Political Science remains the best at providing the clear explanations, practical applications, and current examples that will welcome readers to a vital field of study.” -Publisher
Norton 2008 Dewey Dec. 303
“In this international bestseller, Fareed Zakaria describes “the rise of the rest”–the political and economic ascendance of countries such as China, India, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, and Kenya. With his customary lucidity, insight, and imagination, Zakaria outlines the contemporary diffusion of power, drawing on lessons of history to help the United States face the challenges–and opportunities–of the post-American world.” -Publisher
Contents: The rise of the rest — The cup runneth over — A non-Western world? — The challenger — The ally — American power — American purpose
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Harvest 1979 Dewey Dec. 321
Originally published in 1951. “The Origins of Totalitarianism begins with the rise of anti-Semitism in central and western Europe in the 1800s and continues with an examination of European colonial imperialism from 1884 to the outbreak of World War I. Arendt explores the institutions and operations of totalitarian movements, focusing on the two genuine forms of totalitarian government in our time–Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia–which she adroitly recognizes were two sides of the same coin, rather than opposing philosophies of Right and Left. From this vantage point, she discusses the evolution of classes into masses, the role of propaganda in dealing with the nontotalitarian world, the use of terror, and the nature of isolation and loneliness as preconditions for total domination.” -Publisher
Boston: Small & Mayynard 1906 Dewey Dec. 335.8
Josiah Warren (1798-1874) was a musician when he moved from Boston to Cincinnati at age 20, where he worked as a music teacher and orchestra leader and also manufactured a lamp he invented. He moved his family to New Harmony, IN in the mid-1820s to participate in Robert Owens’ communitarian experiment, but left within two years, rejecting Owens’ views on the ideal society. Warren developed his own philosophy on a principle of the “sovereignty of the individual”, and society without a state.
The author of this small book began with a long essay on the philosophy of anarchism. In addition to a biography of Warren, and explanations of his philosophical ideas, there are extended descriptions of the anarchist communities that he founded.
Century 1900 Dewey Dec. 306
Wealth, poverty, trusts, relations of capital and labor, colonial possessions, imperialism, democracy in England, etc. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
Forman, James D.
New Viewpoints 1973 Dewey Dec. 335
Consisting of an Introduction by Herbert Spencer and Essays by Various Writers
Mackay, Thomas, ed.
Appleton 1891 Dewey Dec. 335
On proper limits of state action relating to labor, care of poor, schools, post-office, etc.
Laissez faire and individualism present in formal array the arguments by which they hope to check the tide of socialism.
1867-1894 Dewey Dec. 335.4
Volume 2 is subtitled: “The Process of Circulation of Capital”, and Volume 3 is subtitled “The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole”. Volume 3 was prepared by Friedrich Engels from notes left by Marx.
Marx, Karl and Engels, Friedrich
Washington Square 1964 Dewey Dec. 335.4
This document “analyzes history in terms of class conflict, predicts the imminent overthrow of the ruling bourgeoisie by the oppressed proletariat, and envisions a resulting classless society in which personal property would be abolished. The ‘Manifesto’ calls upon the proletariat of the world to unite and strengthen itself for this final revolution.” -Benet’s Reader’s Ency
Mises, Ludwig von
1951 Dewey Dec. 335
Robbins, E. C. comp.
NY: Wilson 1915 Dewey Dec. 335
From the publisher’s “Handbook Series”. In addition to a substantial bibliography of representative books and articles, the book contains reprinted magazine articles arranged in the following categories:- Utopian Socialism, – Christian Socialism, – Marxian Socialism, – Progressive Socialism, – Socialism versus Other Forms of Radicalism, – Definitions of Contemporary Socialism
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St. Martin’s 1978 Dewey Dec. 335.9
Hinds, W: A.
Kerr 1902 Dewey Dec. 335.9
“Revised edition, enlarged to include additional societies, new and old, communistic, semi-communistic and co-operative.”
Including detailed accounts of the Economists, Zoarites, Shakers, the Amana, Oneida, Bethel, Aurora, Icarian, and other existing societies; their religious creeds, social practices, numbers, industries, and present condition
Harper 1875 Dewey Dec. 335.9
Valuable account by a trained journalist from personal visits and observations in many communistic societies. – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
Macmillan 1900 Dewey Dec. 335.9
List of books and magazine articles, p. 283-92.
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Cromer, Evelyn Baring, Earl of
NY: Longmans, Green 1910 Dewey Dec. 321
London: Bentley 1853 Dewey Dec. 325
Hobson, John Atkinson
NY: James Pott 1902 Dewey Dec. 321
“A classic 19th-century indictment of imperialism” -Publisher
NY: Macmillan 1898 Dewey Dec. 325
Lugard, Frederick John Dealtry
London: Blackwood and Sons 1922 Dewey Dec. 325
London: Constable 1913 Dewey Dec. 325
Reinsch, P. S.
Dewey Dec. 327
With special reference to China. Dispassionate discussion of colonization and imperialism, drawn mainly from European illustrations, but considering questions for United States. Bibliographies and map.
– – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
NY: Macmillan 1902 Dewey Dec. 327
Oxford: Henry and Parker 1863 Dewey Dec. 325
The Native Races and Their Rulers; Sketches and Studies of Official Life and Administrative Problems in Nigeria
Cape Town: Argus 1918 Dewey Dec. 325
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