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Democracy's Think Tank The Institute for Policy Studies and Progressive Foreign Policy Brian S. Mueller
True Blues The Contentious Transformation of the Democratic Party Adam Hilton
Kant and the Possibility of Progress From Modern Hopes to Postmodern Anxieties Paul T. Wilford, Samuel A. Stoner
Star Territory Printing the Universe in Nineteenth-Century America Gordon Fraser
No Globalization Without Representation U.S. Activists and World Inequality Paul Adler
Captives of Conquest Slavery in the Early Modern Spanish Caribbean Erin Woodruff Stone
Thou Art the Man The Masculinity of David in the Christian and Jewish Middle Ages Ruth Mazo Karras
Resounding the Sublime Music in English and German Literature and Aesthetic Theory, 1670-1850 Miranda Eva Stanyon
Thin Sympathy A Strategy to Thicken Transitional Justice Joanna R. Quinn
War Is All Hell The Nature of Evil and the Civil War Edward J. Blum, John H. Matsui