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Socialism Routledge Library Editions: Political Science Volume 57
This book, originally published in 1949 (but here re-issuing the second edition of 1966) presents a history of international socialism, not just from the political but also the economic standpoint.

North by Northamptonshire: Series 2
The complete second series of Katherine Jakeways' heartwarming BBC Radio 4 comedy, starring Sheila Hancock as the Narrator. Wadenbrook is a small market town in a corner of Northamptonshire, whose inhabitants live quiet but by no means uneventful lives. In these six episodes, as they build up to a Dickensian Festival weekend complete with mob caps, cravats and shawls which are usually used as cat blankets, narrator Sheila Hancock shines a light on their loves, laughs and loneliness. Jan has Helen back home, but is it what she really wants? Meanwhile, a visiting choir sets the local ladies' hearts aflutter and Mary's dad, Norman, has an adventure of his own. Esther has a big question to ask Ken and Keith, and Angela and Helen both have news to divulge. And as the dawn of the festival brings chaos to Wadenbrook, love blossoms for a most unlikely couple. Sheila Hancock is the Narrator of this funny and touching comedy series, also starring Mackenzie Crook, Kevin Eldon, Geoffrey Palmer, Penelope Wilton and Felicity Montagu. Duration: 3 hours.

O.D. Skelton
When O.D. Skelton became Prime Minister Mackenzie King's foreign policy advisor in 1923, he was already a celebrated critic of the status quo in international and domestic affairs, a loyal Liberal Party man, and a fervent nationalist who believed

The Lockview Logans
After Tori Logan and her sister, Mackenzie, witness a suspicious fire across the street from their house, their neighborhood is transformed into a crime scene. Worried about their daughters? safety, their parents ship the girls off to their grandparents? cottage in a charming village where they hope they will be out of harm?s way for the remainder of the summer. But little do they know that Tori and Mackenzie are about to once again be immersed into the midst of a dangerous investigation. The sisters are thrilled when they are joined by their cousins, Jack, Philip, and Rip. But it is not long before the quintet ironically discovers another fire scene?this time in uptown Lockview. After beginning their own investigation to determine who is responsible for setting the fire, the Logan kids soon realize they have few clues, but an entire guilty-until-proven-innocent cast of townspeople. From the scary man who hangs out at the town diner to the disgusting video store owner to the librarian, butcher, mayor, pastor, and even their grandpa, the cousins have no shortage of suspects. In this suspenseful tale, five kids on a search for a crazy arsonist with a little help from their elders quickly discover that things?and people?are not always what they seem.

Report of an Inquiry into an Injustice
"A Report of an Inquiry into an Injustice" chronicles Peter Kulchyski's experiences with the Begade Shutagot'ine, a small community of a few hundred people living in and around Tulita (formerly Fort Norman), on the Mackenzie River in the

Wildniswandern in Kanada und Alaska
Die Brüder Rosenke sind mit dem Rucksack unterwegs: auf der Canol road durchqueren sie die Mackenzie Mountains zwischen Mac-PaB und Mackenzie River. Sie überwinden reiBende Gebirgsbäche und Flüsse, begegnen Grizzly-Bären und erreichen Norman Wells. N

The Protector's War
Rising from the ashes of the computer and industrial ages is a brave new world. Survivors have banded together in tribal communities, committed to rebuilding society. In Oregon's Willamette Valley, former pilot Michael Havel's Bearkillers are warriors of renown. Their closest ally, the mystical Clan MacKenzie, is led by Wiccan folksinger Juniper MacKenzie. Their leadership has saved countless lives. But not every leader has altruistic aspirations. Norman Arminger, medieval scholar, rules the Protectorate. He has enslaved civilians, built an army, and spread his forces from Portland through most of western Washington State. Now he wants the Willamette Valley farmland, and he's willing to wage war to conquer it. Unknown to both factions is the imminent arrival of a ship from Tasmania bearing British soldiers.