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Lies, spies, movies, sex-magic and socialism in America: the secret history of the first rocket in space.
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Peter Riddell explores what it means to be a minister in the British Government.
Featuring case studies on the most fascinating spies and plots through history and illustrated with rare photographs throughout, The History of Espionage decodes the sinister world of surveillance like never before.
All political systems come to an end, even democracies - David Runciman shows us how to recognise the signs and how to think about what might come next.
Musician and activist Billy Bragg diagnoses the crisis of accountability in Western democracies in Faber Social's new series of political pamphlets.
Marx's Capital explained by its greatest expositor in simple, understandable terms.
A compelling, lively expose revealing how the world's accountants are ruining the world for their own benefit.
A frequent television pundit and one of the UK's stars in political journalism asks the urgent questions of why we lost faith in politicians - and how we can get it back.
From ruined towns on the edge of Siberia, to Bond-villain lairs in Knightsbridge and Manhattan, something has gone wrong with the workings of the world.
A call for a radical restructuring of the relationship between black and white Australia.