Reference HX40 .D5913 2010
The book explains what communism was, the forms it took, and the enormous role it played in world history from the Russian Revolution through the collapse of the Soviet Union and beyond. It examines the political, intellectual, and social influences of communism around the globe, and features contributions from an international team of 160 scholars.
Reference JA61 .O95 2001
The contributors discuss nearly every nation in the world, including extensive information on institutions, political parties, leaders, and the sources of political mobilization and conflict.
Reference GE195 .D358 2009
Review of organizations, people, concepts, issues, events, and other areas relating to the environment. Includes concise entries on key countries, international agreements, environmental concepts, and more.
Reference E743 .A44 2006
Many the articles are biographical. Other entries are political or philosophical and cover topics such as: Abortion, Affirmative action, Diversity, Individualism, and Protectionism, as seen from the conservative point of view.
Book Stacks JC574.2.U6 M24 2012
A collection of essays that pulls together a roster of prominent historians and younger scholars to illuminate our understanding of postwar liberalism.
Book Stacks JC574 .R93 2012
The Making of Modern Liberalism is a look at the origins and nature of liberalism from the Enlightenment through the triumphs and setbacks during the twentieth century and beyond.
Reference JA51.S7 2013 Older editions in the book stacks.
Politics, cultures, and economies of the world.