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Trump the Constitution & Training Within Industry: The Principles that made America Great

by David Ward

This book compares the common principles of the USA Constitution,Training Within Industry, and the approach of Donald Trump with the Top Down Management style of the "Washington Establishment"The Principles of The Constitution, T.W.I. and Trump can be described as the "Chaos Theory" which states that if the broad ideas and structure are correct order will naturally arise from Chaos provided people are free to complete the details.Top Down Management believes that without a highly structured system with clear rules that are enforced chaos will arise. Top down management styles are found in all political parties, Republican,Democrat, Liberal, Communist,Fascist, and Dictatorships. Political parties attract people who favor a Top Down Management style because such people want power and contro...

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 28 March 2017 onward  

Citizen Donkin 2: The continued rants of an educated prole.

by John Donkin

Citizen Donkin excoriates the self-lacerating, UK-hating, morally vacuous left-liberal establishment....

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy, Ideologies
Size: 34 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 27 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 3.90 / 5
11 reviews

In the Skin of a Jihadist: Free Sampler: Inside Islamic State’s Recruitment Networks

by Anna Erelle

FREE SAMPLER FROM THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERWhen Anna Erelle, a young journalist, goes undercover online to discover how today’s most ruthless terrorists use social media to recruit disaffected young women like the girls from Bethnal Green, her investigation spins into a harrowing nightmare.In this extract, Erelle creates ‘Mélodie’ – a twenty-year-old convert to Islam on Facebook – who is immediately Skyped by a man named Bilel, in Syria. Bilel is the French right-hand man of the most dangerous militant in the world, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Caliph of Islamic State. He offers Mélodie a way to fill the boredom in her young life: he cares about her, offers beautiful things, spiritual purpose and, in less an idyllic life. Bilel’s seduction is honey-tongued and forceful – an...

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Specific Groups, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Ideologies, Terrorism, Religion & Spirituality
Size: 240 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 26 March 2017 onward  

The Kaiser's Church: Germany's Ground Zero

by Stephen Sanders

Based on historical events this is the story of 3 young men who over time met coincidentally at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin. One is a WWII British bomber pilot, one a young German Flak gunner, one a terrorist from North Africa on a mission. This church has been a relic of the past and a tourist curiosity for the present. A unique spot where Germany’s past, present and future all intersect. Is the Christmas 2016 attack that ended on the church’s steps a special message to this country?...

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies, Terrorism
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 26 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 3.90 / 5
15 reviews

Putin's Russia: How It Rose, How It Is Maintained, and How It Might End

by Mikhail Dmitriev and Evgeny Gontmakher

In this groundbreaking collection, nine of Russia's leading scholars and experts describe and analyze some of the Vladimir Putin regime’s key structural strengths and weaknesses and look at their implications for both the present and the future. As far as the regime’s fault lines are concerned, the evidence presented by the authors shows no reversal, or even narrowing, of these structural dysfunctions in Putin’s third presidential term.

Topics covered here include Russia's political economy, political geography, and politics of federalism; the regime, ideology, public opinion, and legitimacy; and potential defeat and radicalization of civil society. Emerging in these pages is a finely textured portrait of a society rife in complexities, contradictions, and postponed but ...

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: 156 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 19 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 3.70 / 5
3 reviews

State of Power 2016: Democracy, power and resistance

by Yanis Varoufakis and Leigh Phillips

TNI's fifth annual State of Power 2016 report explores the intersect of power and democracy. Featuring prominent activists and academics, its essays feature the long battle between economic power and popular democracy, expose the different powers seeking to undermine democracy today, and tell the stories of radical popular democratic alternatives emerging worldwide.

Contents:

Introduction - Democracy is dead, long live democracies
Hilary Wainwright

Democracy, power and sovereignty in today’s Europe
Yanis Varoufakis

A Global Post-Democratic Order
Leigh Phillips

Economics as Ideology: Challenging Expert Political Power
Elaine Coburn

Tyranny of Global Finance
Walden Bello

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Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Globalisation, Ideologies
Size: 198 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 18 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
65 reviews

Common Sense

by Thomas Paine and Goodreads

Enormously popular and widely read pamphlet, first published in January of 1776, clearly and persuasively argues for American separation from Great Britain and paves the way for the Declaration of Independence. This highly influential landmark document attacks the monarchy, cites the evils of government and combines idealism with practical economic concerns....

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 18 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

The Communist Manifesto

by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx

Manifesto of the Communist Party (German: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei), often referred to as The Communist Manifesto, was first published on February 21, 1848, and is one of the world's most influential political manuscripts. Commissioned by the Communist League and written by communist theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, it laid out the League's purposes and program. The Manifesto suggested a course of action for a proletarian (working class) revolution to overthrow the bourgeois social order and to eventually bring about a classless and stateless society, and the abolition of private property....

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 18 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Manipulism and the Weapon of Guilt: Collectivism Exposed

by Mikkel Clair Nissen

Manipulism and the Weapon of Guilt: Collectivism Exposed is the utmost controversial exposé and carefully detailed description of the awful emotional mind game that facilitates communism, socialism, fascism, and social liberalism, known as collectivism. The book exposes Denmark, the supposed happiest nation on earth, for what it truly is: collectivism's biggest propaganda hoax. Danish author Mikkel Clair Nissen tells the hidden facts and realities of life in Denmark’s democratic-socialism that they never want you to know....

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: 140 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 16 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 4.10 / 5
382 reviews

The Communist Manifesto (ShandonPress)

by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx

Manifesto of the Communist Party (German: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei), often referred to as The Communist Manifesto, was first published on February 21, 1848, and is one of the world's most influential political manuscripts. Commissioned by the Communist League and written by communist theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, it laid out the League's purposes and program. The Manifesto suggested a course of action for a proletarian (working class) revolution to overthrow the bourgeois social order and to eventually bring about a classless and stateless society, and the abolition of private property....

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Ideologies, Education & Reference
Size: 59 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 09 March 2017 onward  

Rating: 4.10 / 5
382 reviews

The Communist Manifesto (Chiron Academic Press - The Original Authoritative Edition)

by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO (originally Manifesto of the Communist Party) is an 1848 political pamphlet by German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Commissioned by the Communist League and originally published in London (in the German language as Manifest der kommunistischen Partei) just as the revolutions of 1848 began to erupt, the Manifesto was later recognised as one of the world's most influential political manuscripts. It presents an analytical approach to the class struggle (historical and then-present) and the problems of capitalism and the capitalist mode of production, rather than a prediction of communism's potential future forms.It summarises Marx and Engels' theories about the nature of society and politics, that in their own words, "The history of all hitherto existing...

Genre: Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: 42 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 04 March 2017 onward  

By Honor Bound: State and Society in Early Modern Russia

by Nancy Shields Kollmann

In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Russians from all ranks of society were bound together by a culture of honor. Here one of the foremost scholars of early modern Russia explores the intricate and highly stylized codes that made up this culture. Nancy Shields Kollmann describes how these codes were manipulated to construct identity and enforce social norms--and also to defend against insults, to pursue vendettas, and to unsettle communities. She offers evidence for a new view of the relationship of state and society in the Russian empire, and her richly comparative approach enhances knowledge of statebuilding in premodern Europe. By presenting Muscovite state and society in the context of medieval and early modern Europe, she exposes similarities that blur long-standing distinctio...

Genre: History, Europe, Russia, Nonfiction, Professional & Technical, Law, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Ideologies
Size: Unknown
Free eBook download for Kindle from 02 March 2017 onward  

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