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FORTHCOMING
GLOBAL
DEPRESSION
AND REGIONAL
WARS
/James Petras
This book exposes the roots of the crisis
in the unsustainability of the United States'
military-driven empirebuilding based on a
volatile speculative economy, and
influenced by Zionist policy makers
committed to the colonialist state of Israel.
James Petras is a Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of
Sociology at Binghamton University, New York. He
is the author of 63 books published in 29
languages, and over 560 articles in professional
journals, including the American Sociological
Review, British Journal of Sociology, Social
Research, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and
Journal of Peasant Studies.  He has published over
2000 articles in nonprofessional journals such as
the New York Times, the Guardian, the Nation,
Christian Science Monitor, Foreign Policy, New
Left Review, Partisan Review, Temps Moderne, Le
Monde Diplomatique, and his commentary is
widely carried on the internet.   His publishers have
included Random House, John Wiley, Westview,
Routledge, Macmillan, Verso, Zed Books and Pluto
Books. He is winner of the Life Time Career Award,
Marxist Section, of the American Sociology
Association, the Robert Kenny Award for Best Book,
2002, and the Best Dissertation, Western Political
Science Association in 1968.
MORE
ZIONISM, THE
REAL ENEMY OF
THE JEWS
Volume II David
Becomes Goliath  
/Alan Hart
"As a principled and historical review it is
excellent, of great importance I think in
terms of content, and the series when
finished may even be considered heroic in
effort and scope."
- Mark Bruzonsky
MiddleEast.org, founder
World Jewish Congress, first Washington
Representative

"Hart’s readable account of history, his
obviously erudite analysis and his ability in
bringing the factual conflict to life on the
page ensures the reader's interest is
unwavering throughout. His passion and
empathy with both sides is apparent. For
the Jews, the ‘unspeakable fear’ of another
Holocaust due to Zionist manipulation and
tyranny; and for the Arabs and Muslims, the
anger and humiliation they are feeling every
day that Palestine is being torn apart.
­ Samira Quraishy, researcher, Islamic
Human Rights Commission
CONFRONTING
GLOBAL
NEOLIBERALISM:  
Third World Resistance
and Development
Strategies
edited by
Dr. Richard Westra
Stellar international contributors address the
devastating impact of neo-liberalism on key
Third World countries (China, Brazil,
Malaysia, Cuba, South Korea, Venezuela,
Mexico and South Africa) and the different
developmental strategies they adopted to
confront it.
THE
NEO-CATHOLICS:  
Implementing Christian
Nationalism in America
/ Betty Clermont
The first neoconservatives—Irving Kristol,
Allan Bloom, and Francis Fukuyama—
were proponents of the philosopher Leo
Strauss, an émigré from Nazi Germany.
Strauss considered the ideal state as one
ruled by an intellectual elite with religion
used to mollify and control the masses.
The Roman Catholic Church already had
centuries of experience preaching docility
of the population to civil leaders willing to
support the Church’s preeminent position
in society. They were natural partners.
ISLAMOPHOBIA:  
The Ideological
Campagin Against
Muslims
/ Stephen Sheehi

This book examines
the increased
main-streaming of
Muslim-bating rhetoric
legislation, police
surveillance,
discriminatory policies
towards Muslims in
North America and
abroad.