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ISBN: 9780856835155 - Paperback
Due March 2017
Individual effort does not affect rents, so justice, the author argues, demands that all should receive in full what they have earned, while society receives for public purposes the full rental value of a location which it has created. This is ethical tax avoidance.
ISBN: 9780856835131 - Hardback
Due June 2017
John Zametica's book about the outbreak of World War One stands out because he has been able to resolve questions that have successfully confused generations of his predecessors.
"It will be essential reading for history undergraduates and should appeal to a broader audience ..." Dr Michael Stenton
ISBN: 9780856835148 - Hardback
Due June 2017
This unique book employs the ancient Epic of Gilgamesh, to inform the debate about climate change. It answers the question of how it is that mankind has brought itself, along with most other species on earth, to the brink of extinction.
ISBN: 9780856835162 - Hardback
Due Sept 2017
Marsilio Ficino of Florence (1433-99) was one of the most influential thinkers of the Renaissance. This is the 2nd edition of the first in his series of letters, translated from the original Latin.
ISBN: 9780856835186 - Hardback
Due April 2017
With immigration and asylum seekers high on the agenda of governments throughout Europe, the life story of Dr Teame Mebrahtu is a timely reminder of a positive side of what has become a contentious and potentially divisive issue. It is a truly remarkable and inspiring story.
ISBN: 9780856835179 - Hardback
Due Oct 2017
The fascinating story of the Romanov princess whose family fled the Russian revolution and lived in exile, firstly in homes provided by the British Royal family. This is very much a human interest story, told with humour by a down to earth woman.
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