134 books for genre «Civil and human rights»

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Walls have always given us privacy, safeguarding us from the eyes and ears of others. That’s about to change. Surveillance drones the size of insects will be superseded by surveillance devices the size of specks of dust floating in the breeze. They will watch us, but they will also let us communicate with each other in ways that no government or corporation will be able to intercept or block.

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Professor Donald Gutierrez's essays and reviews on social justice have been collected in a passionate appeal for sensitivity, change, and most importantly action in confronting government abuses and social inequity. Vol.­2 focuses on problematic areas of America's democracy such as militarization, war, prisons, and political rhetoric. It includes the book-­title essay "Feeling the Unthinkable.­"

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Use the secrets of the Deep Web to travel the Parallel Internet, set up secure coms, visit banned websites, upload and download secretly, protect yourself online, blog and post anonymously, avoid unwanted attention, hide and encrypt anything, buy and sell on the Deep Web. Inter-­active ebook with direct links to Surface and Deep Web.

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Bridging The Gap is a disturbing, yet poignant look into modern day democratic surveillance societies, and how this structure is used to discredit, disenfranchise, and destroy innocent citizens. The systemic apparatus that that reaches out to destroy and discredit those declared enemy by the state. Open your eyes to how the informant system has taken over these democratic countries.

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The Prometheus Post is a monthly libertarian-­conservative electronic magazine.

It offers in-­depth analysis of important political issues. Specifically the Post explores civil rights issues, offers analysis of law enforcement models, advocates free market economic principles, provides hands on information for running a business, while also advocating the reasons for British withdrawal from the EU

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The Libertarian's Handbook is an epic-­length book on civil rights by Richard Pinder. This work shows how the ideas of libertarianism can be applied to all areas of domestic governance, from law enforcement to welfare and from economic policy to immigration. This work also asks if socialism is indeed the road to serfdom, while detailing a new constitutional model designed to protect civil rights.

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Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, was in Sweden for almost seven weeks during August and September 2010. What happened to him during those seven weeks is a story familiar to many people in Sweden, because it is in the Swedish language. Here, for the first time, is the story for English-­speaking readers.

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The Movement is a new, meritocratic, grassroots force that seeks to topple the privileged elite. What is the problem with contemporary capitalism? Simple: the capitalist elite. Without them, and with a much wider and more equitable distribution of capital, capitalism could be reformed and become an authentic force for good. We call this new and improved capitalism "social" or "public" capitalism.

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The aim of the Power Elite has always been the same – to maintain themselves in power and privilege in perpetuity, at the expense of everyone else. In the past, they used brute force to subjugate the servile masses. Now they use something far more subtle and effective: psychological manipulation. Without a Revolution, they have the opportunity to rule forever. Is that what you want? Then rebel.

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Magna Carta was a key foundation stone in the development of the British Constitution and the establishment of freedom in Britain. But how relevant is the Magna Carta to life in the 21st Century?

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Books for genre Civil and human rights