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- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
Oche Onazi uses Nigeria as a case study to show how the idea of community is a better alternative to state and market-based approaches to human rights, which lead to poverty, exclusion and a lack of participation.
- Add to BasketFreedom: Short Stories Celebrating The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
- Paperback - Mainstream
Inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which starts memorably with Article 1: we are all born free and equal, 'Freedom' is an enthralling anthology of short stories by some of the world's top writers.
- Paperback - AK
William Peace delves into the reasons why people with disabilities regularly encounter prejudice, ignorance and fear.
- Add to BasketSince Predator Came: Notes From The Struggle For American Indian Liberation
- Paperback - AK
Rational, angry, yet hopeful, Ward Churchill's voice is a leading voice against the ongoing genocide perpetrated on American Indian people. The 18 essays in this volume challenge you to think, and then act, in the fight for justice waged since Columbus's arrival.
- Add to BasketVindiciae Gallicae And Other Writings On The French Revolution
- Hardback - Liberty Fund
James Mackintosh rushed to the defence of the revolutionaries in France following Burke's assault in his 'Reflections...', but later the Scottish philosopher changed his views, responding largely to the massacres of September 1792. This collection charts his evolving appreciation of the French Revolution.
- Add to BasketLet The Trumpet Sound: A Life Of Martin Luther King Jr
- Paperback - Payback
April 4, 1968, and a gunshot rings out in the Memphis sky, fatally wounding Martin Luther King Jr. In let the Trumpet Sound, award-winning biographer Stephen B. Oates resurrects the heart, soul and life of the tireless civil rights campaigner.