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  • - From Its Commencement To The General Election Of 1906 (1907)
    af Robert Spence Watson
    282,95 - 330,95 kr.

    The National Liberal Federation: From Its Commencement To The General Election Of 1906 is a historical book written by Robert Spence Watson in 1907. The book provides a detailed account of the formation and growth of the National Liberal Federation, which was a political organization in the United Kingdom that aimed to promote liberal policies and values. The author traces the history of the federation from its inception to the general election of 1906, which saw the Liberals achieve a landslide victory. The book covers the key events, personalities, and policies that shaped the National Liberal Federation, and provides insights into the political landscape of the time. It is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history of liberalism in the UK, and provides a fascinating glimpse into the political and social issues of the early 20th century.This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the old original and may contain some imperfections such as library marks and notations. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions, that are true to their original work.

  • - With An Appendix Of Statutes, Rules, And Forms (1883)
    af Miles Walker Mattinson
    272,95 - 321,95 kr.

    The Law Relating To Corrupt Practices At Elections And The Practice On Election Petitions: With An Appendix Of Statutes, Rules, And Forms (1883) is a comprehensive guide to the legal framework surrounding corrupt practices during elections and the procedures for handling election petitions. Written by Miles Walker Mattinson, the book provides a detailed analysis of the laws and regulations governing elections in the late 19th century, including the Prevention of Corrupt Practices Act of 1883. The book also includes an appendix containing relevant statutes, rules, and forms for reference. This book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history of electoral law and the legal challenges surrounding corrupt practices and election petitions.This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the old original and may contain some imperfections such as library marks and notations. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions, that are true to their original work.

  • af James Wycliffe Headlam
    232,95 - 262,95 kr.

    ""Election By Lot At Athens"" is a historical book written by James Wycliffe Headlam that explores the ancient Athenian practice of selecting officials and representatives through a lottery system. The book delves into the origins of this unique democratic process and how it evolved over time, as well as its advantages and disadvantages compared to modern electoral systems. Headlam also examines the societal and political context of Athens during this period, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the city-state's governance and culture. This book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in ancient history, political science, and democratic theory.This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the old original and may contain some imperfections such as library marks and notations. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions, that are true to their original work.

  • af Carolyn Renée Dupont
    196,95 kr.

    Distorting Democracy will awaken Americans to the perils of our system by unveiling the Electoral College's origins, history, and present operations. This book demonstrates that the system has no principled foundation, that it has changed dramatically over its 230-year history, and that it threatens the legitimacy of our political system in the present.

  • af Nevada Nevada Secretary of State
    187,95 - 337,95 kr.

  • af Statutes & North Carolina Laws
    172,95 - 337,95 kr.

  • af Clara Elizabeth Fanning
    192,95 - 359,95 kr.

  • af Joshua A Douglas
    322,95 kr.

    An urgent and gripping look at the erosion of voting rights and its implications for democracy, told through the stories of 9 Supreme Court decisions—and the next looming caseIn The Court v. The Voters, law professor Joshua Douglas takes us behind the scenes of significant cases in voting rights—some surprising and unknown, some familiar—to investigate the historic crossroads that have irrevocably changed our elections and the nation. In crisp and accessible prose, Douglas tells the story of each case, sheds light on the intractable election problems we face as a result, and highlights the unique role the highest court has played in producing a broken electoral system.Douglas charts infamous cases like: Bush v. Gore, which opened the door to many election law claimsCitizens United, which contributed to skewed representation—but perhaps not in the way you might think Shelby County v. Holder, which gutted the vital protections of the Voting Rights Act Crawford v. Marion County Elections Board, which allowed states to enforce voter ID laws and make it harder for people to vote The Court v. The Voters powerfully reminds us of the tangible, real-world effects from the Court’s voting rights decisions. While we can—and should—lament the democracy that might have been, Douglas argues that we can—and should—double down in our efforts to protect the right to vote.

  • af H. C. Richard
    227,95 - 367,95 kr.

  • af Statutes Tennessee Laws
    327,95 kr.

  • af Wisconsin United States
    282,95 kr.

  • af Jennifer Frost
    372,95 - 997,95 kr.

  • af Perce Harpham
    157,95 kr.

    Everybody belongs to a minority of some sort so there is sympathy for removing "The tyranny of the majority". But this results in the "tyranny of a minority or minorities" and the destruction of democracy. This book explores Government's obsession for giving Maori different legal rights from all other citizens.A pattern of events and vested interest moves have corrupted our democracy and history to promote a drift back to tribalism. The Treaty of Waitangi (Our nations foundation document) was actually about the end to tribalism. It ended the warring of the tribes by unifying them and their constituents as equals with non-iwi under one rule. This is being turned on its head with a return to tribalism and a squeezing out of anyone not in one of the Iwi. Can anyone seriously believe that Queen Victoria entered into a partnership with 500 Maori chiefs on the other side of the world? Or that the chiefs, whose wars in the previous 35 years had killed about 30% of the population would have thought that they were in partnership with one another. Yet this claim of partnership is one of the bases for the present destruction of our democracy.I have set out some of the historical sequence of events up to this point. We must rapidly re-establish "one law for all" or our democracy will be crippled, or perish entirely, and our legal system will become largely impotent and inoperable. Also that we will develop racial intolerance at a level which we have never known.Without an electoral mandate this Government, in violation of its own Party Constitution, without authorisation from its Party Members, in breach of the oaths taken by all MPs, in breach of Article 2 of the Treaty of Waitangi and in violation of democracy is devolving Government authority to an unelected hereditary tribal leadership.King Charles III has the power to dismiss the Government or to refuse to invite a person to form one. This power was used for Australia some years ago and maybe should be used now before this rogue Government goes further.

  • af Louis Perron
    264,95 kr.

    Incumbents enjoy many advantages when they seek reelection, but their distinct disadvantages (such as not fulfilling promises or staying within the status quo) are ripe weaknesses for opposing candidates to knock them down. Studying the US's Barack Obama, Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky, and France's Emmanuel Macron, among many other candidates, political strategist Louis Perron, PhD, describes tactics to assess the strength of the incumbent, the quality of the challenger, and how to control and win a campaign. Readers interested in running for office or in assisting a political campaign will learn how to build a top-notch team, define your target audience, increase your media presence, develop your message, advertise effectively, deliver great speeches, and prepare to win debates. For relatively new challengers, Perron demonstrates how lack of experience has become less important and how these weaknesses can be neutralized. When campaigns turn ugly and play dirty, he instructs candidates how to combat against character attacks and how they can make a comeback if they lose the election. With over a decade of experience orchestrating political campaigns around the globe, Perron's Beat the Incumbent is the essential step-by-step guide for any level of political office to challenge an incumbent and, once victory is claimed, how you can avoid the same traps to effect change and win reelection.

  • af Marcelo Gerard
    97,95 kr.

  • af Lawrence Leduc, Jon H. Pammett & Judith I. McKenzie
    372,95 - 712,95 kr.

  • af Dan McGrath
    162,95 kr.

    The Voter Fraud Manual is the ultimate guide to voter fraud and election integrity. All manner of fraud is examined, from how it works to how to stop it, using proven, real life examples.Inside, you will learn about:False Identity votingDuplicate votingBallot harvestingStuffing the ballot boxUsing vulnerable adults for fraudBribery, intimidation and coercionVoting by ineligible felons and non-citizensCorruption and conspiraciesHow Voter Fraud brought us ObamacareHow to detect and prevent election fraud21st Century Voter IDMoreAuthor Dan McGrath is a noted expert with over fourteen years in the field of voter fraud research and election integrity advocacy. Dan has extensive experience working in and around politics and government. He has served as executive director, president and communications director for non-profit organizations, a campaign manager for candidates, chairman of a ballot committee and a registered lobbyist. He has also launched several successful lawsuits against government entities and won cases in both the Minnesota and United States Supreme Courts.Dan's voter fraud research and election integrity advocacy has been featured in numerous national and local television and radio programs and newspapers.

  • af David Enrich
    185,95 kr.

    National Bestseller"A powerful and important picture of how mega law firms distort justice."?David Cay Johnston, Washington PostThe NYT's Business Investigations Editor reveals the dark side of American law: Delivering a "devastating" (Carol Leonnig) exposé of the astonishing yet shadowy power wielded by the world's largest law firms, David Enrich traces how one firm shielded opioid makers, gun companies, big tobacco, Russian oligarchs, Fox News, the Catholic Church, and much of the Fortune 500; helped Donald Trump get elected, govern, and evade investigation; masterminded the conservative remaking of the courts . . . and make a killing along the way.In his acclaimed #1 bestseller Dark Towers, David Enrich presented the never-before-told saga of how Deutsche Bank became the global face of financial recklessness and criminality. Now Enrich turns his eye towards the world of ?Big Law? and the nearly unchecked influence these firms wield to shield the wealthy and powerful?and bury their secrets. To tell this story, Enrich focuses on Jones Day, one of the world's largest law firms. Jones Day's narrative arc?founded in Cleveland in 1893, it became the first law firm to expand nationally and is now a global juggernaut with deep ties to corporate interests and conservative politics?is a powerful encapsulation of the changes that have swept the legal industry in recent decades.Since 2016, Jones Day has been in the spotlight for representing Donald Trump and his campaigns (and now his PACs)?and for the fleet of Jones Day attorneys who joined his administration, including White House Counsel Don McGahn. Jones Day helped Trump fend off the Mueller investigation and challenged Obamacare. Its once and future lawyers defended Trump's Muslim ban and border policies and handled his judicial nominations. Jones Day even laid some of the legal groundwork for Trump to challenge the legitimacy of the 2020 election.But the Trump work is but one chapter in the firm's checkered history. Jones Day, like many of its peers, have become highly effective enablers of the business world's worst misbehavior. The firm has for decades represented Big Tobacco in its fight to avoid liability for its products. Jones Day worked tirelessly for the Catholic Church as it tried to minimize its sexual-abuse scandals. And for Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, as it sought to protect its right to make and market its dangerously addictive drug. And for Fox News as it waged war against employees who were the victims of sexual harassment and retaliation. And for Russian oligarchs as their companies sought to expand internationally.In this gripping and revealing new work of narrative nonfiction, Enrich makes the compelling central argument that law firms like Jones Day play a crucial yet largely hidden role in enabling and protecting powerful bad actors in our society, housing their darkest secrets, and earning billions in revenue for themselves.

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