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This is the second volume in a series of 3 which charts the advancement of civilisation from Ancient Egypt to the 20th Century. Alongside the advancement of civilisation during the Middle ages were forces of destruction: widespread poverty, disease and warfare were endemic, despite the intelligent and devoted efforts of so many Christian scholars, reformers, artists and warriors.
35th in the Church Times 100 Best Christian Books selection
ISBN: 9780856830259 - Paperback
"This book has been described as one of the foundation piers of the Welfare State." Times Educational Supplement
ISBN: 9780856835032 - Paperback
The author proposes creating a society where the wealth produced goes to the wealth producers so that the vast inequalities and the high level of poverty can be reduced significantly within a generation.
ISBN: 9780856832727 - Paperback9780856832789 - Hardback
In this essay, originally published in 1971, Robert V. Andelson argued that human rights have been an issue that are often invoked but seldom intelligently considered. The foreword to this Second Edition is by Professor James M. Dawsey.
ISBN: 9780856831669 - Paperback
Many doubt the existence of economic laws, but the once mighty Soviet Union collapsed because the grand theory on which it was based did not accord with the facts of economic life. It was unscientific.
ISBN: 9780856835049 - Paperback
The authors set out a proposal to unleash South Africa's potential for growth in a way that benefits investors and the poorest by reforming taxation – a blueprint for other developing countries.
ISBN: 9780856831591 - Paperback9780856831614 - Hardback
Something must be done, explain the authors. Governments will fail, unless they shake off the economic orthodoxy which is now one of the problems rather than the means to a solution.
Finalist in 2010-11 PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE for Non-Fiction
ISBN: 9780856832734 - Paperback
Fred Harrison shows how the violence, whether from territorial conquest or colonialism, at the birth of nation states splits the population into victors and vanquished and is perpetuated through the global economic system.
ISBN: 9780911312584 - Paperback9780911312799 - Hardback
An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions and of Increase of Want with Increase of Wealth...The Remedy. "The people must think because the people alone can act." The classic bestseller in political economy launched a worldwide movement with a unique strategy to abolish privilege and poverty.
ISBN: 9780911312980 - Paperback
"Today we live in a world that is divided. A world in which we have made great progress and advances in science and technology. But it is also a world where millions of children die because they have no access to medicines. We live in a world where knowledge and information have made enormous strides, yet millions of children are not in school. It is a world of great promise and hope. It is also a world of despair, disease and hunger." Nelson Mandela, 2005
ISBN: 9780856832314 - Paperback
"I very much welcome this book and believe that its themes are of crucial importance to the world today." From Foreword by Rt Rev. Richard Harries, Bishop of Oxford
ISBN: 9780856832352 - Hardback
Drawing on his fifteen years' experience as a High Court judge in England, Sir Kenneth Jupp explores the concept of justice in seven essays. In search of justice, the author has turned to the scriptures, history, law, philosophy, science, government and political economy.
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