Offers an analysis of the strategy, motivation and implications of China's nuclear buildup and diversification since the Cold War. 198 pp.
The founding document of the modern revolutionary workers movement, published in 1848, explains why communism is not a set of preconceived principles but the line of march of the working class toward power, "springing from an existing class struggle, a historical movement going on under our very eyes. Reissue. 90 pp.
Analyzes media coverage, political speeches, films and television shows to demonstrate the role that language and symbolism have played in framing the health care debate, shaping policy making and influencing public perceptions of problems in the health care system. Reprint. 192 pp.
Provides an objective and unflinching analysis of the destruction of America's constitutional order and the creation of an elective dictatorship. 352 pp.
Despite rhetorical differences, the administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama have both claimed broadly unrestrained presidential power in matters of military force, surveillance and the state secrets privilege. 242 pp.