Now Comes the Conservative Revolution!: A Political Manifesto for the 21st Century (Nov., $23.95) Richard A. Viguerie with David Franke cautions the Republican Party to hew to the conservative line if it hopes to remain in power.
The ACLU vs. America: Exposing the Agenda to Redefine Moral Values (Sept, $14.99) by Alan Sears and Craig Osten argues that the ACLU has eliminated the freedoms of millions of Americans.
BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PRESS
Crescent of Crisis: U.S.—European Strategy for the Greater Middle East (Dec.; $18.95, cloth $44.95), edited by Ivo H. Daalder et al., gathers leading authorities to develop a common U.S. and European resolution of major conflicts in this region.
Cato Supreme Court Review 2004— 2005 (Sept., $15), edited by Mark K. Moller. Prominent constitutional scholars analyze the most important cases.
Taking America Back: A Radical Plan to Revive Freedom, Morality, and Justice (Sept, $12.95) by Joseph Farah looks at an America that must choose between a world of standards and morality or a world of anything goes.
God and Caesar in America: An Essay on Religion and Politics (Nov., $9.95) by Gary Hart regards the role of faith and religion in the political sphere.
INDIANA STATE UNIV. PRESS
UN Voices: The Struggle for Development and Social Justice (Oct., $29.95) by Thomas G. Weiss et al. U.N. professionals speak out about international cooperation.
Women, Development, and the UN: A Sixty-Year Quest for Equality and Justice (Oct., $22.95) by Devaki Jain shows how women's contributions have changed and shaped development programs at the U.N.
KENT STATE UNIV. PRESS
Plain Dealing: Ohio Politics and Journalism Viewed from the Press Gallery (Feb., $19.95) by Richard G. Zimmerman provides political commentary by a longtime Ohio statehouse and Washington bureau reporter.
The Dictionary of Republicanisms (Nov., $14.95) by Katrina Vanden Heuvel. The editor of the Nation provides a satirical guide to Republican doublespeak.
Letters from Young Activists: Today's Rebels Speak Out (Nov., $14.95), edited by Dan Berger, Chesa Boudin, Kenyon Farrow. Young activists look back at their parents' generation and reflect.
What Happened Here: Bush Chronicles (Sept., $13.95) by Eliot Weinberger sets its sights on the Bush team with thought-provoking results.
Anarchism: A Beginner's Guide (Sept., $16.95) by Ruth Kinnagoes to the heart of the anarchist ideology.
PRINCETON UNIV. PRESS
American Exceptionalism and Human Rights (Sept.; $24.95, cloth $75), edited by Michael Ignatieff. The author and 10 experts weigh in on whether the U.S. is within the order of international law or outside it.
Political Leadership: Stories of Power and Politics from Literature and Life (Sept., $14.95), selected by Robert Coles, gathers writings from Sophocles through Dostoyevski to Robert Kennedy.
Sanctioning Religion?: Politics, Law, and Faith-Based Public Services (Sept.; $22.50, cloth $59.95), edited by David K. Ryden and Jeffrey Polet, makes sense of the constitutional battle over the perils of mixing religion and politics in the U.S.
SMITH AND KRAUS
Terror: The New Anti-Semitism and the War Against the West (Sept., $21.95) by Fiamma Nirenstein presents a wake-up call to defenders of liberal democracy in Israel and the U.S.
What's God Got to Do with It? (Sept., $10), edited by Tim Page, returns Robert Ingersoll and his ideas to American political discourse. 20,000 first printing.
The Sanctity of Marriage Handbook: The Ultimate Guide to Marriage—Between a Man and a Woman—by Those Who Cast the First Stone (Sept., $14) by Bryan Harris looks at some vocal "defenders" of marriage who haven't quite lived up to those standards.
THUNDERS MOUTH PRESS
Tell Me No Lies: Investigative Journalism That Changed the World (Sept., $18.95), edited by John Pilger, collects influential writings by Martha Gellhorn, Edward R. Murrow, Jessica Mitford and others.