By Tom Butler-Bowdon
From Abraham Lincoln to Nelson Mandela, and from Aristotle to George Orwell, 50 Politics Classics distills the essence of the books, pamphlets, and speeches of the foremost leaders and nice thinkers that force real-world swap. Spanning 2,500 years, left and correct, thinkers and doers, Tom Butler-Bowdon's new ebook covers activists, conflict strategists, visionary leaders, economists, philosophers of freedom, feminists, conservatives and environmentalists, correct as much as modern classics resembling The Spirit Level and No Logo.
Whether you think about your self to be conservative, liberal, socialist, or Marxist, this ebook offers higher knowing of the main rules that topic in our politically charged times.
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