Books in category Political Science – Civics & Citizenship

  • Reconstructing Citizenship

    Reconstructing Citizenship
    Miriam Feldblum

    Provides the most comprehensive analysis of the rise of citizenship conflict in contemporary France.

  • Jewish Citizenship in France

    Jewish Citizenship in France
    Dominique Schnapper, Chantal Bordes-Benayoun, Freddy Raphael

    The Jews of France have been liberated for over two centuries; they have been considered free citizens and equal to their compatriots.

  • The 50 American

    The 50% American
    Stanley A. Renshon

    Comprehensive in scope, this book examines recent immigration trends, tracing the assimilation process that immigrants to the United States undergo and describing how federal, state, and local governments have dealt with volatile issues …

  • Soldiers to Citizens

    Soldiers to Citizens
    Suzanne Mettler

    "A hell of a gift, an opportunity." "Magnanimous." "One of the greatest advantages I ever experienced." These are the voices of World War II veterans, lavishing praise on their beloved G.I. Bill.

  • The Politics of Historic Districts

    The Politics of Historic Districts
    Bill Schmickle

    The worst thing in politics is to be right and to lose. This how-to guide will give citizens who are fighting to designate a local historic district the political know-how to win the support of fellow residents and city hall.

  • No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies

    No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies
    Linda K. Kerber

    An original and compelling consideration of American law and culture, No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies emphasizes the dangers of excluding women from other civic responsibilities as well, such as loyalty oaths and jury duty.

  • Good Morning Uncle Sam

    Good Morning Uncle Sam
    Andrew Miles

    For Andrew Miles and many citizens like him, the time to raise that voice for change is now.

  • The Tyranny of Good Intentions

    The Tyranny of Good Intentions
    Paul Craig Roberts, Lawrence M. Stratton

    This book is a sobering wake-up call to reclaim that which is rightly ours—liberty protected by the rule of law. From the Hardcover edition.

  • Speaking Rights to Power

    Speaking Rights to Power
    Alison Brysk

    Combining a normative contribution with judicious critique, this book shows how human rights rhetoric matters-and how to make it matter more.

  • Constitutional Originalism

    Constitutional Originalism
    Robert William Bennett, Lawrence Solum

    Explains how some proponents feel that the original interpretation of the U.S. Constitution–the interpretation at its inception–is the one that judges should follow today.

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