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The Teller Review of Books:
Vol. II Political Science & Public Policy

Title: The Teller Review of Books: Vol. II Political Science & Public Policy

Editor: Nadine L. Jackson

Year: 2015

Language: English

Specifications: 70 pages; 6.0 in. x 9.0 in., perfect paperback, full color cover, black & white interior

Price: $5.99 (paperback); $1.99 (eBook)


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Paperback: ISBN (13): 978-1-68109-064-1
ePub: ISBN (13): 978-1-68109-065-8

The Teller Review of Books

The Teller Review of Books™ (Editor-in-Chief: Nadine L.  Jackson) provides succinct overviews and critical reviews of the seminal books shaping contemporary culture in the areas of law, faith, society and public policy. Milestones in political, cultural and religious thought, whether contemporary publications or the classics, form part of the corpus of reviewed works.

Each Volume of the Teller Review of Books™ consists of concise reviews of books that follow specific themes, including: Christianity, Culture & the State; Political Science and Public Policy; and Natural Law Thinking.

Volume II Political Science & Public Policy

The American Republic (Orestes Brownson)
Liberty, Order, and Justice (James McClellan)
On Law, Morality, and Politics (Thomas Aquinas)
The Art of War (Sun Tzu)
Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle)
On Liberty (John Stuart Mill)
Reflections on the Revolution in France (Edmund Burke)
Utilitarianism (John Stuart Mill)
Beyond Good and Evil (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Second Treatise of Government (John Locke)
Democracy in America (Alexis de Tocqueville)
The Quest for Community (Robert A. Nisbet)
Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community (Wendell Berry)
Ideas Have Consequences (Richard M. Weaver)
The Conservative Mind (Russell Kirk)
The Roads to Modernity (Gertrude Himmelfarb)
Diaspora Networks & the International Migration of Skills (Yevgeny Kuznetsov)
Comment les démocraties finissent (Jean-François Revel)
An Insider’s Guide to the UN (Linda Fasulo)


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