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Bertrand Russell

The Impact of Science on Society (1953)

The Impact of Science on Society (1953) by Bertrand Russell

In 1953, Russell published a seminal work, The Impact Of Science On Society. As is typical of Russell, the writing style is dull, at least in the beginning. The beginning of the book seems reasonable and humanitarian, and is intended to soften the reader up for the disgusting conclusi...

James Guthrie

Our Sham Democracy Or The Majority Vote Racket (1946,1977)

Our Sham Democracy Or The Majority Vote Racket (1946) by James Guthrie

INTRODUCTION TO 1977 EDITION
 
All Truth is eternal. Although first published over thirty years ago, Jame Guthrie's book on the truths concerning the relationship of the individual to government is more appropriate than ever. Warnings concerning the shape of things to...

Sholem Asch, Florence Whyte, George Rapall Noyes

Sabbatai Zevi - A Tragedy in Three Acts and Six Scenes with a Prologue and an Epilogue (1930)

Sabbatai Zevi - A Tragedy in Three Acts and Six Scenes with a Prologue and an Epilogue (1930) by Sholem Asch

Authorized translation from the Russian version by Florence Whyte and George Rapall Noyes. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1930. A play about one of the most influential in a...

John Foster Fraser, 1868-1936

Round The World On A Wheel

Being the narrative of a bicycle ride ... through seventeen countries and across three continents (1899)

The remarkable adventure of three Englishmen cycling around the world in the earliest days of bicycle touring, using their single-speed 'safety' bicycles.

Round The World On A Wheel : being the narrative of a bicycle ride ... through seventeen countries and across three continents (1899) by John Foster Fraser, 1868-1936

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James Goldsmith

The Response (1995)

The Response (1995) by James Goldsmith

Foreword

 
The English version of my book The Trap was published in November 1994, a little over a year after it first appeared in French. The second chapter, 'The New Utopia: GATT and Global Free Trade', attracted considerable adverse comment, including a European Commission document handed for informat...