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Keeping the Compound Republic: Essays on American Federalism (Oct.; $17.95, cloth $42.95) by Martha Derthick discusses the concept of federalism that disperses power between individual voters and political societies or states.
American Metropolitics: Social Separation and Sprawl (Jan.; $29.95, cloth $62.50) by Myron Orfield provides an analysis of the economic, racial, environmental and political trends of the 25 largest metropolitan regions in the U.S.
GEORGETOWN UNIV. PRESS
Women in Combat: Civic Duty or Military Liability? (Sept.; $19.95, cloth $49.95) by Lorry M. Fenner and Marie E. deYoung debates the pros and cons of women in combat.
One America?: Political Leadership, National Identity, and the Dilemmas of Diversity (Oct.; $24.95, cloth $65), edited by Stanley A. Renshon, discusses the role of national leaders at a time when our country has a fragmented national identity.
Jews for Buchanan: The Theft of the American Presidency (Sept., $12.95) by John Nichols and David Deschamps takes a comical look at how George W. Bush stole the 2000 presidential election.
Global Uprising: Confronting the Tyrannies of the 21st Century—Stories from a New Generation of Activists (Nov., $19.95) by Neva Welton and Linda Wolf examines the new global youth movement for peace and justice.
NORTHEASTERN UNIV. PRESS
Economic Warfare: Sanctions, Embargo Busting, and Their Human Cost (Nov.;$24.95, cloth $55) by R. Thomas Naylor looks to prove the futility of forcing political change through economic pressure.
War and Power in the 21st Century (Dec., $21.95) by Paul Hirst considers the forces that will drive change in military organizations, create sources of conflict, affect the power of states and determine the nature of the international system.
Reprint: Fat Man in a Middle Seat: Forty Years of Covering Politics (Jan., $13.95) by Jack W. Germond.
Electing Jesse Ventura: A Third-Party Success Story (Jan.; $16.95, cloth $45) by Jacob Lentz shows how Minnesota’s unique electoral rules, coupled with on-target campaign dynamics, enabled a third-party candidate to win.
Neighbors, Not Friends: Iraq and Iran After the Gulf Wars (Sept., $19.95) by Dilip Hiro exposes the complex relationships among Iran, Iraq, the U.S. and the United Nations over the past 10 years.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
From the Center to the Edge: The Politics and Policies of the Clinton Presidency (Sept., $16.95) by William C. Berman prepares a political interpretation of the Clinton administration.
Grand Theft 2000: Media Spectacle and a Stolen Election (Nov., $19.95) by Douglas Kellner takes a fresh look at the election debacle that made history.
Can Asians Think? (Jan., $14) by Kishore Mahbubani, Singapore’s ambassador to the United Nations, offers a collection of essays on Asia’s role in the global economy. Author tour.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
Change the World!: An Activist Guide to the Globalization Movement (Nov., $14.95), edited by Mike Prokosch and Laura Raymond, features a guide to political activism and organizing.
The Zapatista Reader (Nov., $18.95), edited by Tom Hayden, offers material by leading Zapatista supporters never previously available in English. Ad/promo. Author tour.
Volume 248 Issue 33 08/13/2001
Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Politics
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