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PlaidStallion (5): Lincoln asked his bitter rivals from the Republican presidential nomination to become his closest advisers, building a cabinet strong enough to endure the trials of the Civil War. This is one of the most popular works of American history in recent times and a favorite of President Obama.… (mais)
PlaidStallion (7): A social psychologist's bestselling explanation of why liberals, conservatives, and libertarians have such different intuitions about right and wrong. Based on fascinating research.… (mais)
PlaidStallion (3): Chomsky defines neo-liberalism as the public abdicating power to corporations, with the result that populations suffer decline in education and health, and increase inequality between the riches and the poorest.… (mais)
PlaidStallion (2): Published on the eve of the Second World War, this was quickly recognized as a defining work in the fledgling discipline of international relations. Carr criticized the liberal trust in treaties and the League of Nations, maintaining that national power was still the key force in politics.… (mais)
PlaidStallion (1): An introduction to the principles of morals and legislation: The great utilitarian's argument that a just society is most likely to be achieved by using an objective calculus of maximizing pleasure and minimizing pain.… (mais)