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Globalisation In World History
Globalisation In World History A G Hopkins
A provocative and illuminating collection of essays that is the first to look at the major theme of globalization from an historical perspective.
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A Good African Story
A Good African Story Andrew Rugasira
The inspirational story of how an African-owned coffee company became a global brand.
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East Asia Arthur Cotterell
'Richly informative...illuminating and valuable' - Times Literary Supplement
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Designing Your Life
Designing Your Life Bill Burnett, Dave Evans
This really works! In book form for the first time, the simple, scientifically proven method that has already changed thousands of lives
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Not a Proper Journalist
Not a Proper Journalist Bob Humphrys
A brilliant autobiography from the face of Welsh sport - funny, charming, provocative and deeply revealing, at last here are the real stories behind twenty years of Welsh sport
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Prediction Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
A dazzling, provocative and utterly engrossing account of how one man is able to predict the future.
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Invisible Women
Invisible Women Caroline Criado Perez
An exciting and ground-breaking work of journalism and activism about women, and the systemic discrimination caused by a data gap that affects half the population – from an award-winning writer and feminist campaigner, who got a woman on our banknotes and a statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square
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Martha Gellhorn
Martha Gellhorn Caroline Moorehead
Amazing quote to come from Rose Tremain!
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Silver Shoals
Silver Shoals Charles Rangeley-Wilson
An idiosyncratic history of our island story told through five iconic fish
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The Gods That Failed
The Gods That Failed Dan Atkinson, Larry Elliot
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The Beautiful Game?
The Beautiful Game? David Conn
A powerful, passionate exploration of a game in turmoil
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Beyond the Corporation
Beyond the Corporation David Erdal
A blueprint for the 21st-century business: where employees share ownership, information and profits of the businesses where they work.
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The City Of London Volume 1
The City Of London Volume 1 David Kynaston
The first ever comprehensive history of the City: volume one of a three-volume work covering the period from 1815 to the Big Bang.
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The City Of London Volume 2
The City Of London Volume 2 David Kynaston
The second volume of David Kynaston's critically acclaimed history of the City, this is a fascinating journey into the financial heart of London through the golden years, 1890- 1914.
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The City Of London Volume 4
The City Of London Volume 4 David Kynaston
In this culminating volume of his universally acclaimed history, David Kynaston leads us through the dramatic post-war years, from derelict bomb-sites to shimmering skyscrapers.
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Unreasonable Behaviour
Unreasonable Behaviour Don McCullin
'He has known all forms of fear, he's an expert in it. He has come back from God knows how many brinks, all different. His experience in a Ugandan prison alone would be enough to unhinge another man - like myself, as a matter of fact - for good. He has been forfeit more times than he can remember, he says. But he is not bragging. Talking this way about death and risk, he seems to be implying quite consciously that by testing his luck each time, he is testing his Maker's indulgence' John Le Carr-
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Life Inc
Life Inc Douglas Rushkoff
A timely, provocative and urgent look at how our world has become slowly but surely corporatised
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Small Is Beautiful
Small Is Beautiful E F Schumacher
A remarkable classic study of world economies, reissued to celebrate the centenary of E F Schumachers birth.
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Sport Inc.
Sport Inc. Ed Warner
In sport, money is everything. Behind every victory lap, every goal celebration, every triumph against the odds and every dropped relay baton is a story of money.
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Veronica Guerin
Veronica Guerin Emily O'Reilly
The extraordinary story of a bold but reckless young journalist, and a forceful exploration of the dubious ethics of modern journalism.
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Money Felix Martin
Money was one of man’s greatest inventions. But we have become its slaves. Felix Martin takes us to the heart of society’s misunderstanding of money and sets us straight.
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1759 Frank McLynn
A remarkable new book on a crucial moment in British and world history.
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The Swordfish and the Star
The Swordfish and the Star Gavin Knight
Gavin Knight has caught the stories of the Cornish fishermen – and their difficult, dramatic existence at the end of our land
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