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The Political Handbook for Student Government Operations 14th Ed. (2010) by Henry C. Landa and Douglas C. Landa. 624 pages (exactly, including a 23 page index), 283,371 words, 11" high x 8.5" wide, softbound. Guaranteed; List price: $42.50; ISBN 0-931974-21-6; Postpaid in the U.S. #### ISBN 0-931974-22-4 Library (hardcover) binding: $63.90 postpaid in the U.S.A. Click on title (above in navy blue) for review, description, rationale (for), Table of Contents, and Ordering Information for the PHB/SGO.
REVIEW: "THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW: The Education Shelf: Now in a newly updated, reorganized and expanded ninth edition [It's now in the 14th edition], "The Political Handbook For Student Government Operations" by Henry Landa (formerly with the Wisconsin Technical College System and currently adjunct faculty member , University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) is a definitive, comprehensive, and thoroughly "user-friendly" instructional reference on every aspect [of] student government and activities from candidate selection, to leadership styles, to organizational configuration, to the role of faculty advisors. "The Political Handbook For Student Government Operations" will show aspiring and practicing student government members on "what-to-do", "how-to-do-it", and "why-you-do-it" issues and insights that range from "Candidacy & Campaigning" (of special note is the role of the campaign manager and the necessity of winning office), to "Leadership" (dealing with authority and the art of delegation), to "Management" (organizational generalities, techniques, and [the] education institution bureaucracy); "Offices and Officers" (descriptions and definitions, operational guidelines and tricks-of-the-trade) [46 offices are addressed]; "Advisors" (students making use of advisors and guidelines for advisors). "The Political Handbook For Student Government Operations" is enhanced with the further inclusion of a Readers and Reference chapter, a Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations [the Glossary now runs 10,676 words in twenty pages], and an Appendix of six-five article [now eighty-one articles] offering techniques, detail, and "obscure topics" of factors and issues that can make or break a student government officer. "The Political Handbook For Student Government Operations" is virtually unique in the field and should be considered a critically important core reference for all college and university library Student Government reference and resource collections."
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Abstracts from The Political Handbook for Student Government Operations A complete abstract (short description) listing of all of the chapters and appendix articles.
Boss, Richard J. Daley of Chicago by Mike Royko (1971), 215 pp., 25 cm./10 in., hardcover, used, condition-good. $4.50 + S & H or $6.75 postpaid in U.S.
"This is a definitive work and portrait of a successful political machine and the man in control, Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley. Exceptionally readable and never boring, this book takes the reader inside the politics, the machine, and the man ... "duh mare ... hizzoner ...".
This is no hagiography [see Archives web page, definitions] and Royko pulls no punches. It is a brutally realistic picture of how an autocratic political machine runs, down to the smallest detail ... all of which Daley supervised. Especially the details of patronage. Some of Royko's lines have relevance today as when they were written thirty years ago, in explaining ethnic prejudice, as part of the urban scene: 'The ethnic states [Royko means "neighborhoods"] got along just about as pleasantly as did the nations of Europe. ... the immigrants brought along all of their old prejudices, and immediately picked up some new ones. An Irishman who came here hating only the Englishman and Irish Protestants soon hated Poles, Italians and blacks. A Pole who was free arrived hating only Jews and Russians, but soon learned to hate the Irish, the Italians, and the blacks.'
Here, also, is a good look at how the political machines work and the role that patronage plays. When confronted with a challenge to his (Daley's) authority, he brought governmental machinery to bear with such force as to make Nixon's enemies list and attempts to use the I.R.S., look amateurish. There's another, important lesson in Royko's book: that the Fourth Estate, The Press, must provide leadership in keeping government open and honest. In Daley's Chicago, the three branches of government were seamless and unseparated, providing absolute power for the man controlling the machine, the 'Boss'. 3.9#" - hcl
Roosevelt and Hopkins - An Intimate History by Robert E. Sherwood (1948), 979 pp., cloth hardcover, good condition. " ... the story of Harry Hopkins, FDR's right-hand man and political advisor, an exceptionally influential person in national policy. Robert Sherwood served FDR from 1940 through 1945 and was a dramatist and screenwriter of considerable note and skill before and after. He knew Hopkins well and was expecting Hopkins to write a book on FDR. But Hopkins, never in good health, died without publishing. This prompted Sherwood, who had no intention of doing a book on FDR [There was an avalanche of FDR books after 1945.], to pull together his notes and write this outstanding work. Sherwood's original intention was to turn over his notes to the FDR library and allow scholars access to the information.
Sherwood wrote the screenplay for The Best Years of Our Lives ... which won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay. 4.0#" - hcl $9 + S&H or $12 postpaid
Roosevelt: The Lion and The Fox by James MacGregor Burns (1956), 553 pp., paperback, fair condition*. " ... the definitive political biography of FDR. Well-written in lively style; very readable. Although it does not cover World War II in any detail, it does explain what Franklin Delano Roosevelt was all about ... warts and all. Roosevelt's style, to a great extent, fitted each era and although his relationships with Admirals Leahy and King and General Marshall are not touched touched on here, that does not detract from the value of the work. * [The condition of this copy is rated fair since this reviewer has owned it for years and has marked the #2 cover and facing page with page references and notes. It has been an excellent source of political wisdom ... most valuable to the serious student of political operations! It's hard to part with this item.] The highest rating: 4.0#" - hcl $5 + S&H or $6.50 postpaid.
Mr. President - In this historic volume the President of the United States, while in office, makes public much of his personal diaries, letters and notes. by William Hillman; pictures by Alfred Wagg (1952), 253 pp., large format cloth hardcover-library binding, excellent condition, dust jacket is in fair condition. " ... an authorized version of the documents of Harry S. Truman. An exceptional source which provides insight into the President, whom upon leaving office had very low popularity ratings, but as time went by rose in the esteem of historians and the public." - hcl $9 + S&H or $11.75 postpaid in U.S.
The Federalist 1787-88; The Federalist of The New Constitution; "The Federalist Papers" by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay (1945 printing) 623 pp., includes Articles of Confederation, The Constitution, Introduction by Carl Van Doren, and index. Cloth hardcover with patriotic, vintage decoration sans dust jacket, very good condition. $10 postpaid in U.S.
Philosophy: Who Needs It by Ayn Rand (1982 / first printing 1984), New American Library, NYC, 228 pp., paperback, excellent-good condition. $3 + S&H or $4.75 postpaid
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand (1943), 686 pp., paperback, good condition. $3 + S&H or $4.75 postpaid
The Politician by Robert Welch (1963) Used, but in good condition. $20 postpaid
To Renew America by Newt Gingrich (1995, 1996), 288 pp., paperback. $3.50 postpaid d 3
Right from the Beginning by Patrick J. Buchanan (1988), Little, Brown & Co., Boston, MA, 392 pp., 25 cm./10 in., hardcover, used, excellent condition w/dust cover, $9 + S & H d 3
The Conscience of a Majority by Barry Goldwater (1970), Prentice-Hall, NJ, 248 pp., 25 cm./10 in., hardcover first edition, excellent condition, dust jacket - less so. $7 + S & H d 3
A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer (1961) "The classic work on the misinformed American public and the leaders that keep them that way." -hcl paperback, good condition. $1 +S&H or $2.90 postpaid d 3
The Herblock Gallery - 550 cartoons and 30,000 words by America's foremost political cartoonist by Herbert Block (1968). The recent passage of this most influential cartoonist reminds us of his wide ranging and progressive view of America, hardcover w/dust jacket, good condition. $2 + S&H or $4.75 postpaid in U.S. d 3Geopolitical: [all E 3]
Carthage Connection by Thomas B. Smith (1988) 157 pp., paperback, excellent condition. $2.75 postpaid
Coming Home to Zion - A Pictorial History of Pre-Israel Palestine by Abraham Shulman (1979), Doubleday & Co., 236 pp., cloth bound in large format, very good condition, packed with vintage photographs. $16 + S&H or $18.25 postpaid in U.S. d 3
The Coming of the French Revolution by Georges Lefebvre (1939),201 pp., paperback, good condition. This definitive work was first published in French in 1939 and after the outbreak of World War II, the Vichy Government suppressed it and most copies were destroyed. The translation, in English, was published in 1947 by R.R. Palmer. $3.50 postpaid.
The Story of Hitler's SS: The Order of the Death's Head by Heinz Hohne (1966/1969) 786 p. paperback, fair condition. A massive work illuminating the history of Hitler's personal army of fanatics; rife with corruption, inefficiency, infighting and bizarre customs. $5.50 postpaid in the U.S.
The Russian Revolutionary Intelligentsia by Philip Pomper (1970), Thomas Y. Crowell Co., NY, 216 pp., 21 cm./8.3 in., paperback. $2 + S & H or $4 postpaid
The Rise of Fascism by F.L. Carsten (1967), University of California Press, 256 pp., middle-size paperback, good condition. "The best scholarly description of European Fascism available" - American Historical Review $6.50 + S&H or $8 postpaid in U.S. E 3
Public Policy and Governance:
The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes (1986), 886 pp., softcover, very good condition. "This book, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, is the standard of excellence in non-fiction, technical and political history. Rhodes approaches the subject in a chronological manner which is more comprehensive than any author heretofore. As each scientific item, technical process, personality, or political situation emerges, Rhodes pauses and explains, at length, all of the background. Complete with notes, bibliography and index." - hcl "The comprehensive history of the Bomb - and also a work of literature." - Tracy Kidder "A great book. Mr. Rhodes has done a beautiful job, and I don't see how anyone can ever top it." - Luis W. Alvarez, Nobel laureate for Physics, 1968 $12 + S&H or $14 .25 postpaid E 10
The Court and The Constitution by Archibald Cox (1987), 435 pp., 22 cm./8.6 in., paperback. $5.50 + S & H or $7.50 postpaid in U.S. E 10
The Military Establishment by Adam Yarmolinsky (1971), 434 pp., hardcover cloth, excellent condition. $7 + S & H or $9.25 postpaid in U.S.
Citizen Armies by Jock Haswell (1973), 255 pp., 23 cm./9 in., cloth hardcover, very good condition w/dust jacket. "from the dust jacket: 'Citizen armies often assembled in a fever of enthusiasm and excitement; they disbanded just as often in disillusionment. Nevertheless, these 'soldiers' ---farm laborers, factory hands, shopkeepers, schoolmasters, the very foundation of a peacetime country ---went home carrying the seeds of enormous social and political change.' Haswell covers (in order) the citizen army (described, in brief history), amateurs and professionals (a evolution of the trade of making war), the American army of 1776, the French revolutionary army after 1789, the Federal and Confederate armies of 1861(+), the Boer war, the armies of WWI, the P.L.A. (Peoples Liberation Army) of Red China, the Spanish Civil war (1936), and Ireland's long and difficult military history. A first-rate piece of work." - hcl $11 + S&H or $12.90 postpaid in U.S.
Loyalty in America by John H. Schaar (1957), 217 pp., 23.5 cm./9.2 in., cloth hardcover in very good condition w/dust jacket. "Right off, the author distinguishes between patriotism and obligation ... loyalty falls somewhere in between. As institutions age, they tend to become corrupted and the professional ... the true professional ... is often faced with the judgment of to whom is he loyal. This is a tough decision: is it better to speak out and endanger one's career or to remain silent and see injustice, waste and corruption continue. A nice choice! This book was written during the tenure of Joseph McCarthy. This is a scholarly work, well-documented, and published by the powerhouse University of California Press." - hcl $11 + S&H or $12.90 postpaid in U.S. E 10
Teaching Political Science edited by Vernon Van Dyke (U. of Iowa) (1977). 179 pp., cloth hardcover, mint condition. " ... a collection of essays: Mainstream Political Science and Its Discontents by Stanley Rothman; Education in Political Commitments by Peter Bachrach and Douglas Bennett; The Education of Everything: On the Limits of Politics on Political Theory by Heinz Eulau; The Classroom and Political Science: An Essay on Political Theory by Martin Landau; The Teaching of Political Science as a Vocation by Martin Diamond; Political Science and the Undergraduate by Allan Bloom; Becoming Political by Henry Kariel; Values and Evaluation in Teaching Political Science by Vernon Van Dyke and Lane Davis; Political Science and Afro-Americans: Normative Problems of American Politics by Martin Kilson" $9 + S&H or $11 postpaid in U.S. E 3
The Strange Tactics of Extremism by Harry and Bonaro Overstreet (1964), 315 pp., hardcover, good condition. $3 + S&H or $5 postpaid in U.S. E 3
Strategic Uses of Public Policy by Donna J. Wood (1986), White Plains, NY, 258 pp., 25 cm./10 in., hardcover. Out-of-Print. $12.00 + S&H E 3
" This is a scholarly work which could have an alternate title, "Commercial, Industrial, and Private Uses of Public Regulation, Policy and Law for Private Gain". Wood explores the role of various interest groups in forming public policy through lobbying, lawmaking and regulation. Exceptionally well organized and well written, the book contains thoroughly adequate statistical and historical data to illuminate the topic. The reviewer looks forward to a revision and expansion of this important work which belongs in libraries: public, private, corporation, and institutional. A souped-up and more popularly-written version ought to be made available in paperback for wide distribution and at a low price. 3.9#" - hcl [The reviewer has been informed by the author that there will be no revised new edition ... too bad, since this was a worthwhile work on a topic which needs more illumination. That decision also makes the first, and only, edition into a "rare" book. Wood is a professor at the University of Pittsburgh.]
Crime Prevention through Urban Design - Defensible Space by Oscar Newman (1972), Macmillan, NYC, 264 pp., cloth hardcover, good condition. Out-of-Print. $9 + S&H " 'This book is based on a study which was financed in part by a grant from the National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice of the United States Department of Justice. The opinions and findings are those of the author.' - prefatory note. This book is the result of research and anecdotal observations on how the design of residences affects behavior and crime in housing projects. It is a work that all architects, urban planners, and housing managers should read and consider.
[The reviewer has spent considerable time in university dormitory systems and can easily recognize the principles and findings touched upon in this book. Design does have effects, positive and negative, upon behavior of residents.]
' "Defensible space" is a surrogate term for the range of mechanisms --real and symbolic barriers, strongly defined areas of influence, and improved opportunities for surveillance --that combine to bring an environment under the control of its residents. A defensible space is a living residential environment which can be employed by inhabitants for the enhancement of their lives, while providing security for their families, neighbors, and friends.'
An extensive study covering: Defensible Space; The Problem; Territoriality; Natural Surveillance; Image and Milieu; Current Practitioners of Defensible Space; Modifying Existing Environments; Summary and Recommendations.
Cited in this book is a marvelous anecdote about two adjacent housing projects, designed by different architects. One project is a group of buildings, clustered to house six to eight families in inward-looking residences. The other project is a single, tall building reminiscent of what The Wall Street Journal has called an "anthill society". When the local police are called to the large building, the attitudes of both police and residents are hostile while a more friendly environment is prevalent across the street at the clustered buildings. A survey of residents in the tall structure revealed the belief that there was a lower population density within the clustered buildings (than in the large structure). The population density (people per square foot of land) was exactly the same. That was one of many factors examined in this excellent work." - hcl d 3
Is Smoking Harmful? by Jesse Mercer Gehman, N.D., M.N. (1950), 89 pp., cloth hardcover, near mint condition. " ... a bit of an anachronism, since smoking is generally considered unhealthy (today) and that was (in reality) general knowledge prior to 1950. [Do the tobacco companies still protest?] The book is almost a collectible curiosity, but may be of some use to anti-smoking campaigns, which seem to be ineffective regardless of the great expenditures in advertising." - hcl $2 + S&H or $4.25 postpaid d 3
The April Game - Secrets of an Internal Revenue Agent by Diogenes* (1973) Playboy Press, 245 pp., no index, cloth hardcover, ex-lib, fair condition. " ... the life and times of an I.R.S. agent and very readable. Taxes and tax avoidance is a fascinating topic. The present Bush administration, with its hostility to government and bureaucracy, will likely reap reduced taxes, properly collected, since it is sending less agents into the field to check returns and the returns being checked tend towards those less likely to cheat. Translation: the big cheaters will more likely escape detection relative to the little cheaters." - hcl $3 + S&H or $5.25 postpaid in U.S. E 3
*Diogenes the Cynic, c.400 - c.325 B.C.: "I am looking for an honest man." [Also attributed to Aesop.] Those of a literary inclination will recall the image of a man carrying a lantern looking, apparently in vain, for an honest man. This reviewer is unaware of the real name of the author since the "Diogenes" of this book is obviously a nom de plume [French]; pen name; pseudonym; professional name.
an American history series (an incomplete set) The American Nation - a history, edited by Albert Bushnell Hart. All books are cloth hard-covered, in fair-to-good condition and contain between 348 to 369 pages.
The American Revolution 1776-1783 by Claude Halstead Van Tyne (1905)
The Confederation and The Constitution 1783-1789 by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin (1905)
Westward Expansion 1841-1850 by George Pierce Garrison (1906)
An Appeal to Arms 1861-1863 by James Kendall Hosmer (1907)
Sold only as a set; each book weighs about two pounds. $12 + S&H for the entire set
The American Revolution, 1763 - 1783 - a Marxist Interpretation by Herbert Aptheker (1960), 304 pp., paperback, good condition. $6 postpaid d 3
The Frontier in American History by Frederick Jackson Turner (1920, 1947, 1962 reprint) 375 pp., paperback excellent condition. $2.50 + S&H or $4.30 postpaid in U.S. d 3
Rise of the New West, 1819 - 1829 by Frederic Jackson Turner (1962 printing) 252 pp., paperback, excellent condition. $1.50 + S&H or $2.94 postpaid in U.S. d 3
Pocket History of the United States by Allan Nevins and Henry Steele Commager, paperback, 719 pp., fair to good condition. $3 plus S&H or $5.25 postpaid d 3
The Gospel according to the Harvard Business School - The Education of America's Managerial Elite by Peter Cohen, Harvard M.B.A., 331 pp., paperback, good condition. $10 postpaid E 3
Drucker: The Man Who Invented The Corporate Society by John J. Tarrant w/foreword by C. Northcote Parkinson (1976), 300 pp., w/ index, library (readings) of management listing of books, and "The Sayings of Chairman Peter", hardcover, poor condition (water & mildew damage, but complete and certainly readable). "... This is not a "rare book" but certainly one of special interest to serious students of corporate management. Damn good reading! The more that you know of management, the more that you'll appreciate this book. As mentioned, earlier, not a collectible, but worth having." - hcl* (Kind of beat up, but whole and readable.) $7 + S&H or $9.50 postpaid in U.S. E 3
*hcl is the holder of an M.B.A. from a major public university and was a lecturer on industrial management (30 years).
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance - an Inquiry into Values by Robert M. Pirsig (1974), 406 pp., paperback, good condition. "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is an unforgettable trip" -TIME $2 + S&H or $3.50 postpaid
Juvenile Delinquency by Paul M. Tappan (1949), McGraw-Hill Publications on Sociology, 613 pp., cloth bound, good condition. "Those persons looking for simple (read: "simplistic") solutions for the continuing and grave problem of juvenile delinquency ought to take a look at this academic approach. Although published more than fifty years ago, the discussion can be nicely balanced against the continuing dialogue, which we hear today. Makes a nice addition to the serious social worker's, law-enforcer's, or legal-system practitioner's library. A very comprehensive work." - hcl $7 + S&H or $9 postpaid E 3
In Search of Excellence - Lessons from America's Best-Run Companies by Thomas J. Peters & Robert H. Waterman, Jr. (1982), 360 pp., paperback, very good condition. $4 + S&H or $6 postpaid E 3
Small Is Beautiful - Economics as if People Mattered by E.F. Schumacher (1973, London; 1978, U.S.), 305 pp., paperback, good condition. " ... this is the classic work; worth reading 29 years after original publication." - hcl $1 + S&H or $2.50 postpaid in U.S. e 3
The Automotive Aerodynamics Handbook, 10th Edition (2006) by Henry C. Landa, FICOA, 362 pp., 301 illustrations, 29 cm./ 11.5 in., softcover. The standard work in the field; a reference and self-teaching text clearly and concisely written; includes a Practical Problems Workbook with answers and solutions. Exceptionally favorable BOOK REVIEW prepared by the Engineering Societies Library for Automotive Engineering Magazine (S.A.E.); Click on "Go to the Automotive Aerodynamics web page" immediately below, for more information. $43.20 postpaid in U.S.
The Solar Energy Handbook, 6th Edition (2005) by Henry C. Landa, FICOA, 343 pp., 120,767 words, 189 illustrations & maps 101 tables of engineering & design data, 29 cm./ 11.5 in., softcover. The standard reference of solar energy scientific and engineering data and methodology; strong emphasis on practical aspects. $36.20 postpaid in U.S.
Gambling Probabilities (and Odds), FICOA, Direct price $4.50 postpaid
Silencer Theory, FICOA. A non-mathematical discussion of the reduction or suppression of sound from gas producing devices such as firearms, internal combustion engines, compressors, air-powered tools, and industrial exhausts. Direct price $9.71 postpaid. For more information click on Silencer Theory [right here].
Waste Material Management, An Approach to the General Theory of (2005) by Henry C. Landa, FICOA, 62 pp., 29 cm./11.5 in., softcover, $16.50 list, A guide to solving the problem of waste material management; education of personnel in all types of organizations regarding waste material disposal, reduction, and utilization; a detailed curriculum outline for a college-level course or for internally-managed organization seminars; and a guide for management in developing the most economically and environmentally sound program of waste management for the entire organization in the short, medium, and long run. [This important work is available at quantity discounts for bulk purchases.] $16.50 postpaid
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