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Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe

A book reminiscent of William H. McNeill’s Plagues and Peoples, Ferguson’s new title is a much-needed book on an important and pressing subject. Ferguson provides ample support for his arguments, uses an interdisciplinary approach, and offers new insights and revelations. An exemplary and thought-provoking work from a renowned author that will not disappoint.


The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook

Traditionally, history has come from the "tower," with ordinary folks in the "square" documented mainly through formal organizations such as guilds and trade unions...

Kissinger. Vol. 1: 1923–1968: The Idealist

An unequaled portrait of Kissinger. While this may be a difficult read for the layperson, fans of Ferguson, Kissinger, biographies, history, and political and philosophical thought will rejoice. [See Prepub Alert, 3/30/15.]


Fans of Ferguson will find him as engaging as ever, but numerous digressions and simplistic treatments mar the book's potentially intriguing points. [See Prepub Alert, 5/2/11.]

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