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This week, our featured book is The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy, by Valerie M. Hudson and Patricia Leidl. Throughout the week, we will be featuring content about the book and its author on our blog as well as on our Twitter feed and our Facebook page.

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This week, our featured book is The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy, by Valerie M. Hudson and Patricia Leidl. Throughout the week, we will be featuring content about the book and its authors on our blog as well as on our Twitter feed and our Facebook page. Enter our book giveaway by Friday at 1 PM for a chance to win a free
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Yesterday we gave you a glimpse into an average day at the Press in its past. Today we’d like to give you a peek into the present. Title management has come a long way from the days of yore. These days it comes in the form of a digital database. While we haven’t entirely done
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