Political Science | Politics
A rousing critique of the rise to dominance of the belief that market forces and unfettered individualism should direct all matters in society - a recipe for disaster for both the individual and the society. The book covers tremendous ground and is pitched at the highest level of rigor but is...
“If good design tells the truth,” writes Robert Grudin in this path-breaking book on esthetics and authority, “poor design tells a lie, a lie usually related . . . to the getting or abusing of power.” From the ornate cathedrals of Renaissance Europe to the much-maligned...
"Walking on Ice" is about listening, learning, leadership, and determination—about success under challenging conditions. Russia is not a land of laws, but of relationships and tactics, both unpredictable. The Westerner has a special challenge fitting into the colorful and exciting...
Browse other genre
- 1 of 2