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Political eBooks & Public Affairs books

Earliest published books appear first. Newest books last. Latest books on last page.
Narcissistic and Psychopathic Leaders - Sam Vaknin
Macedonia: A Nation at a Crossroads - Sam Vaknin
The Belgian Curtain - Europe after Communism - Sam Vaknin
Wars and Empire - Sam Vaknin
Terrorists and Freedom Fighters - Sam Vaknin
Putin's Russia - Sam Vaknin
Healthcare Reform Checklist - Sam Vaknin
Ugly War - Steven Greffenius
Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial by Stephen Davis
Lansley Plays 1 by Tax Fries
Lansley Plays 2 by Tax Fries
The Islamic Egypt by Wael El-Manzalawy
Showcasing Innovative Greece by Christos Bezirtzoglou
Voices from Armageddon by Larry Rich
A Great Deception - The Ruling Lamas' Policies
When The Eagle Screams by Stephen Bowman
Bad Hare Days by John Fitzgerald
Future Council by Gordon & Probert, Essex County Council
The Second American Revolution by Kenneth R. Szulczyk
The Rise of the Insane State by Kenneth R. Szulczyk
Government for a New Tomorrow by Anthony Horn
The Three R's: Government That Works! by Anthony Horn
Just Because We Are The 99% by Miss Mary
Better Ways to Prepare for Emergencies by Bryan Walker
Jerusalem - The  Plan by Charles Coiro
Air Power and the Environment: The Ecological Implications of Modern Air Warfare Edited by Joel Hayward
The Egg Breakers: Counter-Terrorism in Sub Saharan Africa by Jacobus Kotze
The Rise Of Peace by Dr Hafiz Shahid
The Servant of the People By Muel Kaptein
Collateral Lies -  Dean Talboys
Anthony Horn's politics and public affairs book, Government for a New Tomorrow is a popular free ebook. This is an excerpt: 'As the West (Europe and the United States) struggles to respond to and deal with the incursion of opposing ideologies (communism, Islam, etc.), what we don’t acknowledge is that years of power, abuse, and manipulation of these developing countries by the west, including the exploiting of people for cheap labor and our continuing addiction to cheap goods and oil, has interfered with the natural growth and progress of these ...