Duncan Stewart

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Trade Wars Are Class Wars: How Rising Inequality Distorts the Global Economy and Threatens International Peace

Readers interested in current events, students unaware of ideas that challenge capitalist orthodoxy, and scholars searching for the causes of planetary inequality will all benefit from this book.

CEO Society: The Corporate Takeover of Everyday Life

This quick and engaging read will appeal to anyone interested in the impact of globalism and the worship of corporatism.

The Once and Future Worker: A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America

A useful overview of current libertarian belief, supported by an overlay of conservative scholarship. For readers interested in American economic policy from a rightist perspective.

Responsible Parties: Saving Democracy from Itself

An important work for an academic audience that discusses one facet of the changing nature of democratic government.

Democracy in America? What Has Gone Wrong and What We Can Do About It

Recommended for college and university libraries and anyone interested in the transformation of America from a democracy to an autocracy.

Labor Under Fire: A History of the AFL-CIO since 1979

Deeply sourced and written in a favorable tone, Minchin's book tells the disturbing history of labor under fire and in steep decline. Useful to labor historians and anyone wondering where the American labor movement went.

Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy

This fast-paced dissection of the inner workings of the Internet will fascinate anyone using it—and make them want to drop off the grid.

End Unemployment Now: How To Eliminate Joblessness, Debt, and Poverty Despite Congress

Batra writes passionately about a novel solution to the broken political and economic system in today's America.

Sixteen for '16: A Progressive Agenda for a Better America

Readers will find the discussion uplifting, but the realization that such ideas are the stuff of political fantasy is crushing.

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