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American Government - A Brief Introduction (Paperback, Brief Fifteenth Edition): Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth... American Government - A Brief Introduction (Paperback, Brief Fifteenth Edition)
Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle, Stephen Ansolabehere
R2,031 Discovery Miles 20 310 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Why does the American political system work the way it does? This major revision brings a renewed focus to the institutions, processes and data that illuminate big questions about governance and representation in the United States. With a new adaptive learning tool, this edition does more than ever to help students understand how American government developed over time and how it works today.

The Fall of the Faculty (Paperback): Benjamin Ginsberg The Fall of the Faculty (Paperback)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R564 Discovery Miles 5 640 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Until very recently, American universities were led mainly by their faculties, which viewed intellectual production and pedagogy as the core missions of higher education. Today, as Benjamin Ginsberg warns in this eye-opening, controversial book, "deanlets"-administrators and staffers often without serious academic backgrounds or experience-are setting the educational agenda. The Fall of the Faculty examines the fallout of rampant administrative blight that now plagues the nation's universities. In the past decade, universities have added layers of administrators and staffers to their payrolls every year even while laying off full-time faculty in increasing numbers-ostensibly because of budget cuts. In a further irony, many of the newly minted-and non-academic-administrators are career managers who downplay the importance of teaching and research, as evidenced by their tireless advocacy for a banal "life skills" curriculum. Consequently, students are denied a more enriching educational experience-one defined by intellectual rigor. Ginsberg also reveals how the legitimate grievances of minority groups and liberal activists, which were traditionally championed by faculty members, have, in the hands of administrators, been reduced to chess pieces in a game of power politics. By embracing initiatives such as affirmative action, the administration gained favor with these groups and legitimized a thinly cloaked gambit to bolster their power over the faculty. As troubling as this trend has become, there are ways to reverse it. The Fall of the Faculty outlines how we can revamp the system so that real educators can regain their voice in curriculum policy.

American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, Fifteenth Edition): Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A.... American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, Fifteenth Edition)
Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle, Stephen Ansolabehere
R2,389 Discovery Miles 23 890 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Thoroughly updated based on recent scholarship and current events, American Government: Power and Purpose remains the gold standard for teaching a political scientific perspective on American government. Thorough analysis of the 2018 midterm elections and the first years of the Trump presidency make this revision more current and authoritative than ever.

American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, Core Fifteenth Edition): Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A.... American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, Core Fifteenth Edition)
Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle, Stephen Ansolabehere
R2,246 Discovery Miles 22 460 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Thoroughly updated based on recent scholarship and current events, American Government: Power and Purpose remains the gold standard for teaching a political scientific perspective on American government. Thorough analysis of the 2018 midterm elections and the first years of the Trump presidency make this revision more current and authoritative than ever.

Congress - The First Branch--companion Readings (Paperback): Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill Congress - The First Branch--companion Readings (Paperback)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill
R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A reader to accompany Ginsberg and Wagner Hill's Congress: The First Branch This reader offers an examination of such topics as congressional elections, the internal structure of Congress, the legislative process, Congress and the president, and Congress and the courts. It is designed to accompany the course text Congress: The First Branch, which introduces Congress as America's most democratic institution. Based more on the history of the branch than on its modern applications, this volume is essential for students utilizing the main text and studying Congress at large.

Analytics, Policy, and Governance (Paperback): Jennifer Bachner, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill Analytics, Policy, and Governance (Paperback)
Jennifer Bachner, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill
R620 Discovery Miles 6 200 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first available textbook on the rapidly growing and increasingly important field of government analytics This first textbook on the increasingly important field of government analytics provides invaluable knowledge and training for students of government in the synthesis, interpretation, and communication of "big data," which is now an integral part of governance and policy making. Integrating all the major components of this rapidly growing field, this invaluable text explores the intricate relationship of data analytics to governance while providing innovative strategies for the retrieval and management of information.

We the People (Paperback, 12th Core Twelfth ed.): Benjamin Ginsberg, Theodore J. Lowi, Margaret Weir, Caroline J Tolbert,... We the People (Paperback, 12th Core Twelfth ed.)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Theodore J. Lowi, Margaret Weir, Caroline J Tolbert, Andrea L Campbell
R2,925 Discovery Miles 29 250 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Congress - The First Branch (Paperback): Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill Congress - The First Branch (Paperback)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Kathryn Wagner Hill
R684 Discovery Miles 6 840 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

An introduction to the U.S. Congress, from seasoned political historians and teachers In this accessible overview of the United States Congress's past and present, Ginsberg and Hill introduce students to the country's most democratic institution. This text surveys Congressional elections, the internal structure of Congress, the legislative process, Congress and the President, and Congress and the courts. Congress: The First Branch offers a fresh approach to the First Branch grounded in a historical, positive frame.

America's State Governments - A Critical Look at Disconnected Democracies (Paperback): Jennifer Bachner, Benjamin Ginsberg America's State Governments - A Critical Look at Disconnected Democracies (Paperback)
Jennifer Bachner, Benjamin Ginsberg
R925 Discovery Miles 9 250 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This timely and important new work takes a critical look at government in the American states and illustrates the disconnect between state government institutions and their constituents. The text illuminates three basic political problems of state governments: weak constitutional and institutional foundations; a lack of civic engagement; and long histories of unchecked public corruption. In addition, the book explains why some states did and others did not respond promptly to the COVID-19 pandemic and examines America's long-standing problem of police and prosecutorial misconduct-providing a context for understanding the demonstrations and protests that rocked American cities in the summer of 2020. For students and citizens of state politics, the book concludes with a proposal aimed at civic literacy and action

How the Jews Defeated Hitler - Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (Hardcover): Benjamin Ginsberg How the Jews Defeated Hitler - Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (Hardcover)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R1,594 Discovery Miles 15 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

One of the most common assumptions about World War II is that the Jews did not actively or effectively resist their own extermination at the hands of the Nazis. In this powerful book, Benjamin Ginsberg convincingly argues that the Jews not only resisted the Germans but actually played a major role in the defeat of Nazi Germany. The question, he contends, is not whether the Jews fought but where and by what means. True, many Jews were poorly armed, outnumbered, and without resources, but Ginsberg shows persuasively that this myth of passivity is solely that-a myth. The author describes how Jews resisted Nazism strongly in four major venues. First, they served as members of the Soviet military and as engineers who designed and built many pivotal Soviet weapons, including the T-34 tank. Second, a number were soldiers in the U.S. armed forces, and many also played key roles in discrediting American isolationism, in providing the Roosevelt administration with the support it needed for preparing for war, and in building the atomic bomb. Third, they made vital contributions to the Allies-the Soviet Union, the United States, and Britain-in espionage and intelligence (especially cryptanalysis), and fourth, they assumed important roles in several European anti-Nazi resistance movements that often disrupted Germany's fragile military supply lines. In this compelling, cogent history, we discover that the Jews were an important factor in Hitler's defeat.

Moses of South Carolina - A Jewish Scalawag during Radical Reconstruction (Hardcover): Benjamin Ginsberg Moses of South Carolina - A Jewish Scalawag during Radical Reconstruction (Hardcover)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R992 R853 Discovery Miles 8 530 Save R139 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Franklin Moses Jr. is one of the great forgotten figures in American history. Scion of a distinguished Jewish family in South Carolina, he was a firebrand supporter of secession and an officer in the Confederate army. Moses then reversed course. As Reconstruction governor of South Carolina, he shocked and outraged his white constituents by championing racial equality and socializing freely with former slaves. Friends denounced him, his family disowned him, and enemies ultimately drove him from his home state.

In "Moses of South Carolina," Benjamin Ginsberg rescues this protean figure and his fascinating story from obscurity. Though Moses was far from a saint--he was known as the "robber governor" for his corrupt ways--Ginsberg suggests that Moses nonetheless deserves better treatment in the historical record. Despite his moral lapses, Moses launched social programs, integrated state institutions, and made it possible for blacks to attend the state university.

As a Jew, Moses grew up on the fringe of southern plantation society. After the Civil War, Moses envisioned a culture different from the one in which he had been raised, one that included the newly freed slaves. From the margins of southern society, Franklin Moses built America's first black-Jewish alliance, a model, argues Ginsberg, for the coalitions that would help reshape American politics in the decades to come.

Revisiting the story of the South's "most perfect scalawag," Ginsberg contributes to a broader understanding of the essential role southern Jews played during the Civil War and Reconstruction.

How the Jews Defeated Hitler - Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (Paperback): Benjamin Ginsberg How the Jews Defeated Hitler - Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (Paperback)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R698 Discovery Miles 6 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

One of the most common assumptions about World War II is that the Jews did not actively or effectively resist their own extermination at the hands of the Nazis. In this powerful book, Benjamin Ginsberg convincingly argues that the Jews not only resisted the Germans but actually played a major role in the defeat of Nazi Germany. The question, he contends, is not whether the Jews fought but where and by what means. True, many Jews were poorly armed, outnumbered, and without resources, but Ginsberg shows persuasively that this myth of passivity is solely that-a myth. The author describes how Jews resisted Nazism strongly in four major venues. First, they served as members of the Soviet military and as engineers who designed and built many pivotal Soviet weapons, including the T-34 tank. Second, a number were soldiers in the U.S. armed forces, and many also played key roles in discrediting American isolationism, in providing the Roosevelt administration with the support it needed for preparing for war, and in building the atomic bomb. Third, they made vital contributions to the Allies-the Soviet Union, the United States, and Britain-in espionage and intelligence (especially cryptanalysis), and fourth, they assumed important roles in several European anti-Nazi resistance movements that often disrupted Germany's fragile military supply lines. In this compelling, cogent history, we discover that the Jews were an important factor in Hitler's defeat.

Politics by Other Means - Politicians, Prosecutors, and the Press from Watergate to Whitewater (Paperback, Third Edition):... Politics by Other Means - Politicians, Prosecutors, and the Press from Watergate to Whitewater (Paperback, Third Edition)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Martin Shefter
R588 R491 Discovery Miles 4 910 Save R97 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In a far reaching shift of the political landscape, contenders now seek to discredit or take hostage their opponents rather than to expand the electorate or otherwise compete for votes.

In this new edition, which includes a full chapter on the politics of Bush v. Gore, the authors discuss the long-term significance of the decline of electoral competition: voters are increasingly alienated, the government's effectiveness is weakened, and the democratic process is threatened."

Presidential Government (Paperback): Benjamin Ginsberg Presidential Government (Paperback)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R940 R718 Discovery Miles 7 180 Save R222 (24%) Out of stock

Noted political scientist Benjamin Ginsberg has written an essential text for courses on the United States presidency. An invaluable resource, Ginsberg's comprehensive analysis emphasizes the historical, constitutional, and legal dimensions of presidential power. He explores the history and essential aspects of the office, the president's relationship to the rest of the executive branch and to a subordinated Congress, and the evolution of the American president from policy executor to policy maker. Compelling photo essays delve into topics of special interest, including First Spouses, Presidential Eligibility, and Congressional Investigations of the White House.

What Washington Gets Wrong - The Unelected Officials Who Actually Run the Government and Their Misconceptions about the... What Washington Gets Wrong - The Unelected Officials Who Actually Run the Government and Their Misconceptions about the American People (Hardcover)
Jennifer Bachner, Benjamin Ginsberg
R529 R428 Discovery Miles 4 280 Save R101 (19%) Out of stock

Each year unelected federal administrators write thousands of regulations possessing the force of law. What do these civil servants know about the American people whom they ostensibly serve? Not much, according to this enlightening and disturbing study. The authors surveyed federal agency officials, congressional and White House staffers, and employees of various policy-making organizations about their attitudes toward and knowledge of the public. They found a significant chasm between what official Washington assumes they know about average Americans and the actual opinions and attitudes of American citizens. Even in such basic areas as life circumstances (e.g., income levels, employment, racial makeup) the surveys revealed surprising inaccuracies. And when it comes to policy issues--on such crucial issues as defense, crime, social security, welfare, public education, and the environment--officials' perceptions of the public's knowledge and positions are often wide of the mark. Compounding this ignorance is a pervasive attitude of smug dismissiveness toward the citizenry and little sense of accountability. As a result, bureaucrats tend to follow their own preferences without much reference to the opinions of the public. The authors conclude with recommendations to narrow the gap between official perceptions of the American public and the actual facts. These include shorter terms, rotation from the Washington beltway to local offices, compulsory training in the responsibilities of public office, and better civic education for ordinary citizens in the realities of government and politics.

Jews in American Politics - Essays (Paperback, New): Sandy L. Maisel, Ira N. Forman Jews in American Politics - Essays (Paperback, New)
Sandy L. Maisel, Ira N. Forman; Contributions by Joyce Antler, Robert A. Burt, Jerome A. Chanes, …
R1,059 R999 Discovery Miles 9 990 Save R60 (6%) Out of stock

Joseph Lieberman's Vice Presidential nomination and Presidential candidacy are neither the first nor last words on signal Jewish achievements in American politics. Jews have played an important role in American government since the early 1800s at least, and in view of the 2004 election, there is no political office outside the reach of Jewish American citizens. For the first time, Jews in American Politics: Essays brings together a complete picture of the past, present, and future of Jewish political participation. Perfect for students and scholars alike, this monumental work includes thoughtful and original chapters by leading journalists, scholars, and practitioners. Topics range from Jewish leadership and identity; to Jews in Congress, on the Supreme Court, and in presidential administrations; and on to Jewish influence in the media, the lobbies, and in other arenas in which American government operates powerfully, if informally. In addition to the thematically unified essays, Jews in American Politics: Essays concludes with an invaluable roster of Jews in key governmental positions from Ambassadorships and Cabinet posts to federal judges, state governors, and mayors of major cities. Both analytical and anecdotal, the essays in Jews in American Politics offer deep insight into serious questions about the dilemmas that Jews in public service face, as well as humorous sidelights and authoritative reference materials never before collected in one source. The story of the rich tradition of Jewish participation in American political life provides an indispensable resource for any serious follower of American politics, especially in election year 2004.

The FATAL EMBRACE - JEWS AND THE STATE (Hardcover, 2nd ed.): Benjamin Ginsberg The FATAL EMBRACE - JEWS AND THE STATE (Hardcover, 2nd ed.)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R897 Discovery Miles 8 970 Out of stock

From neo-Nazi riots in the new Europe to the resurgence of open hatred in America, anti-Semitism is on the rise. And organized anti-Semitism is moving from the fringes to the centre of public life. Why? What can explain the popularity that nearly elected a Ku Klux Klan leader governor of Louisiana? The outpouring of right-wing resentment that stunned the Republican convention? The anti-Semitism that often lurks behind anti-Zionism or the campaign for "traditional" American values? The increase in hate crimes? Or the murder of a Jewish bystander after violent conflicts between Hasidic Jews and African-Americans in New York? Benjamin Ginsberg puts the new anti-Semitism under the miscroscope of history. In this text, he examines the cycle of Jewish success and anti-Semitic attack throughout the diaspora, with a concentrated focus on the "special case" of America. For Ginsberg the essential issue is not anti-Jewish feeling, which has been widespread throughout history, but the conditions under which such sentiment is likely to be used in the political arena. His book identifies the political dynamics that have historically set the stage for the persecution of Jews. Wherever Jews settled, Ginsberg shows, they held the troubled ground between rulers and the ruled, exchanging political and economic services for security and opportunity. When the balance of power changed, in Muslim empires, feudal kingdoms, and capitalist or communist states, Jews became touchstones of opposition to the regimes they helped build. Time and again, the embrace of established authority turned fatal. Is America, as many argue, the exception to this scenario? Does America's liberal tradition preclude the possibility of mobilized anti-Jewish hostility? Surveying the history of Jews in America from the Civil War to the 1992 presidential election, Ginsberg shows that political anti-Semitism ebbs and flows with the position of Jews on the national stage. The Bush administration's hostility to Israel signalled a waning of Jewish clout, and left Pat Buchanan free to attack Congress as an "Israeli occupied territory"; when the traditional civil rights coalition weakens, some black leaders use anti-Semitic rhetoric to jockey for favour and power. Despite the apparent renewal of Jewish interests under Clinton, Ginsberg is cautionary about the future. But he offers an antidote to both complaceny and fear: he seeks to reminds the reader that while anti-Semites are always with us, to fight anti-Semitism is to understandand and defuse the political interests it serves.

We the People 8th Shorter (Hardcover): Benjamin Ginsberg We the People 8th Shorter (Hardcover)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R2,379 Discovery Miles 23 790 Out of stock
Do Elections Matter? (Paperback, 3rd New edition): Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone Do Elections Matter? (Paperback, 3rd New edition)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone
R1,135 Discovery Miles 11 350 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This text provides an analysis of the variety of consequences that elections may have for the operation of American political institutions and the formulation and administration of policy.

American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, core 7th ed): Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle American Government - Power and Purpose (Paperback, core 7th ed)
Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle
R513 Discovery Miles 5 130 Out of stock

Since its initial publication in 1990, American Government has set the standard for American government texts with its distinctive historical and institutional approach. The Seventh Edition raises the bar yet again with the addition of new coauthor Kenneth A. Shepsle and a thorough renewal of the text. New to the Seventh Edition are increased attention to the analytic narrative; emphasis on fundamental, underlying principles of politics; and a critical examination of institutional reform. With meaningful pedagogy throughout the text and an outstanding multimedia instructional package, American Government leads students to analyze the core principles of politics and to understand how these principles influence American political development. Available with chapters on policy (Seventh Edition) and without (Core Seventh Edition).

The Value of Violence (Hardcover): Benjamin Ginsberg The Value of Violence (Hardcover)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R505 R464 Discovery Miles 4 640 Save R41 (8%) Out of stock

This provocative thesis calls violence the driving force not just of war, but of politics and even social stability.
Though violence is commonly deplored, political scientist Ginsberg argues that in many ways it is indispensable, unavoidable, and valuable.
Ginsberg sees violence manifested in society in many ways. "Law-preserving violence" (using Walter Benjamin's phrase) is the chief means by which society preserves social order. Behind the security of a stable society are the blunt instruments of the police, prisons, and the power of the bureaucratic state to coerce and manipulate.
Ginsberg also discusses violence as a tool of social change, whether used in outright revolution or as a means of reform in public protests or the threat of insurrection. He notes that even groups committed to nonviolent tactics rely on the violent reactions of their opponents to achieve their ends. And to avoid the threat of unrest, modern states resort to social welfare systems (a prudent use of the carrot instead of the stick).
Emphasizing the unavoidability of violence to create major change, Ginsberg points out that few today would trade our current situation for the alternative had our forefathers not resorted to the violence of the American Revolution and the Civil War.

Do Elections Matter? (Hardcover, 3rd New edition): Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone Do Elections Matter? (Hardcover, 3rd New edition)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone
R2,668 Discovery Miles 26 680 Out of stock

This text provides an analysis of the variety of consequences that elections may have for the operation of American political institutions and the formulation and administration of policy.

The Worth of War (Hardcover): Benjamin Ginsberg The Worth of War (Hardcover)
Benjamin Ginsberg
R499 R405 Discovery Miles 4 050 Save R94 (19%) Out of stock

Although war is terrible and brutal, history shows that it has been a great driver of human progress. So argues political scientist Benjamin Ginsberg in this incisive, well-researched study of the benefits to civilization derived from armed conflict. Ginsberg makes a convincing case that war selects for and promotes certain features of societies that are generally held to represent progress. These include rationality, technological and economic development, and liberal forms of government.
Contrary to common perceptions that war is the height of irrationality, Ginsberg persuasively demonstrates that in fact it is the ultimate test of rationality. He points out that those societies best able to assess threats from enemies rationally and objectively are usually the survivors of warfare. History also clearly reveals the technological benefits that result from war--ranging from the sundial to nuclear power. And in regard to economics, preparation for war often spurs on economic development; by the same token, nations with economic clout in peacetime usually have a huge advantage in times of war. Finally, war and the threat of war have encouraged governments to become more congenial to the needs and wants of their citizens because of the increasing reliance of governments on their citizens' full cooperation in times of war.
However deplorable the realities of war are, the many fascinating examples and astute analysis in this thought-provoking book will make readers reconsider the unmistakable connection between war and progress.

Do Elections Matter? (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone Do Elections Matter? (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Benjamin Ginsberg, Alan Stone
R875 Discovery Miles 8 750 Out of stock

Originally published in 1991. A collection of essays around the Soviet Unions breakdown with East Germany, Hungary and other nations breaking away from its domination since World War II.

Jews in American Politics - Introduction by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman (Hardcover): Sandy L. Maisal Jews in American Politics - Introduction by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman (Hardcover)
Sandy L. Maisal; Contributions by Joyce Antler, Robert A. Burt, Jerome A. Chanes, David G. Dalin, …
R920 R825 Discovery Miles 8 250 Save R95 (10%) Out of stock

Joseph Lieberman's Vice Presidential nomination was neither the first nor last word on signal Jewish achievements in American politics. Jews have played an important role in American government since the early 1800s at least, and in view of the 2000 election, there is no political office outside the reach of Jewish American citizens. For the first time, Jews in American Politics brings together a complete picture of the past, present, and future of Jewish political participation. Years in the making, this monumental work includes thoughtful and original chapters by leading journalists, scholars, and practitioners. Topics range from Jewish leadership and identity; to Jews in Congress, on the Supreme Court, and in presidential administrations; and on to Jewish influence in the media, the lobbies, and in other arenas in which American government operates powerfully, if informally. In addition to the thematic chapters, Jews in American Politics includes over 400 biographical profiles of prominent Jews throughout American political history, and concludes with an invaluable roster of Jews in key governmental positions from Ambassadorships and Cabinet posts to federal judges, state governors, and mayors of major cities. Part reference and part reflection, Jews in American Politics offers deep insight into serious questions about the dilemmas that Jews in public service face, as well as humorous sidelights and authoritative reference materials never before collected in one source. The story of the rich tradition of Jewish participation in American political life provides at once the perfect gift for every Jewish home as well as an indispensable resource for any serious follower of American politics.

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