Katherine Chloe Cahoon
One thing's for sure. Elections matter. The ballot box is the only thing guaranteed to make politicians listen. Electoral rules shape the nature of our politics: the relationship between government and governed, between candidates and their parties.
As a Fabian and lifelong socialist, George Bernard Shaw believed that economic inequality was a poison destroying every aspect of the nation's lives, from family relationships to Parliament and education. First published in 1928, The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism, Capitalism, Sovietism and Fascism was hailed as 'the world's most important book since the Bible' on its release. It draws on Shaw's decades of tireless activism on behalf of the working classes and still remains a brilliant and thought-provoking classic today!
Presents a practical 'how to' guide to relationship skills, showing how readers can improve and, where necessary, repair relationships. Taking a cognitive-behavioural...