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Lowe, Nakesha - Just Leave Me Alone, e-kirja

Just Leave Me Alone

Lowe, Nakesha


Just Leave Me Alone is for all of you smothering parents out there that worry about every little thing when it comes to your children. Many parents don’t realize that being too strict has its disadvantages. We all want to protect our children, but there is such a thing as overprotection.

Mendes, Philip - Jews and the Left, e-kirja

Jews and the Left

Mendes, Philip


The postwar decline of the Jewish-Left alliance: From the international to the national solution
Philip Mendes
8. Exceptions to the rule: The continuing prominence of left-wing Jews in the postwar period
Philip Mendes

Lapavitsas, Costas - The Left Case Against the EU, e-kirja

The Left Case Against the EU

Lapavitsas, Costas


Many on the Left see the European Union as a fundamentally benign project with the potential to underpin ever greater cooperation and progress.
If it has drifted rightward, the answer is to fight for reform from within. In this iconoclastic polemic, economist Costas Lapavitsas demolishes

Edwards, Mark Thomas - The Right of the Protestant Left, e-kirja

The Right of the Protestant Left

Edwards, Mark Thomas


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Mark Thomas Edwards
Part I. Becoming Christian Realists, 1890–1932
2. “Growing Christendom”
Mark Thomas Edwards
3. “Seasoned Idealism”
Mark Thomas Edwards
Part II. Becoming God’s…

Fisher, Tracy - What’s Left of Blackness, e-kirja

What’s Left of Blackness

Fisher, Tracy


Table of contents
1. Introduction: London Is the Place for Me
Tracy Fisher
2. Citizenship, Belonging, and the Racialized State
Tracy Fisher
3. Revolutions of the Mind: Afro-Asian Politics of Change in Babylon
Tracy Fisher

Zaretsky, Eli - Why America Needs a Left: A Historical Argument, e-kirja

Why America Needs a Left: A Historical Argument

Zaretsky, Eli


The United States today cries out for a robust, self-respecting, intellectually sophisticated left, yet the very idea of a left appears to have been discredited. In this brilliant new book, Eli Zaretsky rethinks the idea by examining three key moments