The Anti-Capitalism Reader: Anti-Market Politics in Theory and Practice, Past, Present and Future (June, $16.95), edited by Joel Schalit, collects the writings of several activists and scholars within the movement.
Reprint: For Love of Country? (June, $14) by Martha C. Nussbaum.
To Assure Pride and Confidence in the Electoral Process: Report of the National Commission on Federal Election Reform (Mar., $22.95) by Gerald R. Ford et al. describes what went wrong during the last election and makes recommendations for reform.
NEW YORK UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Bombs, Bugs, Drugs and Thugs: Intelligence and America's Quest for Security (Apr., $17.95) by Loch K. Johnson.
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Hizbu'llah: Politics and Religion (Mar.; $22.50, cloth $69.95) by Amal Saad-Ghorayeb scrutinizes the aims and activities of the Shiite Muslim organization.
Cozy Politics: Political Parties, Campaign Finance and Compromised Governance (June; $22.50, cloth $55) by Peter Kobrak argues that an insidious system prompts elected officials to cooperate with their would-be opponents.
SEVEN STORIES PRESS
Against War: An Open Media Book (Mar., $9.95) by Howard Zinn with Anthony Arnove includes interviews conducted after September 11 to probe opposition to U.S. militarism.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Reprints: Best Truth: Intelligence in the Information Age (Mar.; $15, cloth $30) by Bruce D. Berkowitz and Allen E. Goodman; The Fragmentation of Afghanistan, Second Edition (Mar.; $18.95, cloth $35) by Barnett R. Rubin.
Spring 2002 Trade Paperbacks: Politics