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Political Innovation in America

The Politics of Policy Initiation

Nelson W. Polsby

How are public policies initiated in American politics?  Do they spring fully formed from the furrowed brow of the President?  Are they the product of congressional committees?  This pathbreaking book by...

September 10, 1985, Paper, $24.00

Episcopal Vision / American Reality

High Church Theology and Social Thought in Evangelical America

Robert Bruce Mullin

The high church movement within the Episcopal Church was antithetical to both the intellectual and social worlds of antebellum America, for it challenged the underlying assumptions of evangelicalism and held itself aloof from...

September 10, 1986, Cloth, $58.00

Elements of the Scientific Paper

A Step-by-Step Guide for Students and Professionals

Michael J. Katz

Shared knowledge is indispensable to the practice of science, and the scientific paper—whether published in a journal or collation volume—is the chief means by which scientists communicate ideas and results to their...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $18.50

England in the Age of Hogarth

Derek Jarrett; Reissued in paperbound with a new Preface and updated Bibliography and Notes

Widely acclaimed when first published, this lively social history of Hogarth's England is now reissued in paperbound with a new preface and updated bibliography and notes.

September 10, 1986, Paper, $45.00

To Do No Harm

DES and the Dilemmas of Modern Medicine

Roberta Apfel and Susan Fisher


September 10, 1986, Paper, $22.00


John Herington

Aeschylus can be called the creator of the art of tragedy in the Western tradition.  Author of the first dramas that have survived in their entirety, he was also one of the world’s greatest lyric and imaginative poets. ...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $25.00

World Enough and Time

Successful Strategies for Resource Management

Robert Repetto; Foreword by James Gustave Speth

“We must mobilize now to achieve the global possible.  If we do, the future can be bright.  We have sufficient knowledge, skill, and resources—if we use them.  If we remain inactive, whether through pessimism or...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $21.00

Textual Power

Literary Theory and the Teaching of English

Robert Scholes

“Robert Scholes has written an enviable book on the uses and abuses of literary theory in the teaching of literature.  One of [his] most forceful points…is that ‘literary theory’ is not something a teacher may either ...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $21.00


Poet of Exile, Second Edition

Louis L. Martz

This full and definitive treatment of the whole body of Milton's poetry, written by one of the country's most eminent Milton scholars, was originally published under the title Poet of Exile: A Study of Milton's Poetry...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $37.00

Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience

There has been for a long time a powerful opposition between psychoanalysis and religious thinking, both because of the anti-religious attitudes and writings of Sigmund Freud and because of the hostility of...

September 10, 1986, Paper, $20.00