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Laboratories against Democracy How National Parties Transformed State Politics Jacob Grumbach
A Vertical Art On Poetry Simon Armitage
Until We Have Won Our Liberty South Africa after Apartheid Evan Lieberman
The Arithmetic of Polynomial Dynamical Pairs (AMS-214) Charles Favre, Thomas Gauthier
Up from the Depths Herman Melville, Lewis Mumford, and Rediscovery in Dark Times Aaron Sachs
Dreams of a Lifetime How Who We Are Shapes How We Imagine Our Future Karen A. Cerulo, Janet M. Ruane
Theories of International Politics and Zombies Apocalypse Edition Daniel W. Drezner
Paul Laurence Dunbar The Life and Times of a Caged Bird Gene Andrew Jarrett
The World the Plague Made The Black Death and the Rise of Europe James Belich
In Asian Waters Oceanic Worlds from Yemen to Yokohama Eric Tagliacozzo
Where Paralytics Walk and the Blind See Stories of Sickness and Disability at the Juncture of Worlds Mary Dunn