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This week we’re featuring The Stigma Effect: Unintended Consequences of Mental Health Campaigns, by Patrick W. Corrigan and A Haven and a Hell: The Ghetto in Black America, by Lance Freeman. Check out our blog for a chance to win a free copy of one of these new titles!

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“How do we, as a society, reduce stigmatization of the seriously mentally ill? As Patrick Corrigan persuasively argues in this thorough inquiry into the subject, we should listen to their stories, for then we will discover fellow human beings, and not the “other” we fear.” ~ Robert Whitaker, author of Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic
Our weekly list of new releases is now available! Save 30% on these new titles and more through December 31 with coupon code: Holiday2018 The Wise Advocate The Inner Voice of Strategic Leadership Art Kleiner, Jeffrey Schwartz, and Josie Thomson The Handsome Monk and Other Stories Tsering Döndrup, translated by Christopher Peacock Postcolonial Theory A
This week we’re featuring The Stigma Effect: Unintended Consequences of Mental Health Campaigns, by Patrick W. Corrigan and A Haven and a Hell: The Ghetto in Black America, by Lance Freeman. Fill out the form below for a chance to win a copy of one of these titles. The drawing will close at midnight on Friday, December 7. The Stigma
“Politics Recovered is an impressive collection of original essays that constitutes a major contribution to the growing literature on political realism; an important and increasingly influential development in contemporary political theory.” ~ John Horton, Keele University •  •  •  •  •  • This week we are featuring Politics Recovered: Realist Thought in Theory and Practice,  edited
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