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Erica Chenoweth

Civil resistance has emerged as a mainstay of the many social movements active around the world, and Erica Chenoweth's new book guides readers through its theory and practice.

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Robert Livingston

Robert Livingston provides readers with the tools and knowledge they need to confront one of the central issues of our history and present: systemic racism.

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Mathias Risse
Mathias Risse

How should society think about trade? Mathias Risse synthesizes this complex network of human activity into a philosophical framework, one that defines right from wrong, justice from injustice, and success from failure.

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