Fall 1991

Policy and Politics in Canada

Institutionalized Ambivalence

Carolyn J. Tuohy

352 pages


Religion and Economic Justice

Michael Zweig

Original essays by distinguished contributors from economics, religious ethics, and biblical studies

272 pages | 6 x 9


Schooling Without Labels

Parents, Educators, and Inclusive Education

Douglas Biklen

How people who have been labeled "disabled" might become full participants in different areas of society

210 pages


Studies in Philosophy for Children

Harry Stottlemeier's Discovery

Edited by Ronald Reed, and Ann Margaret Sharp

A collection of essays that reflects upon the development, refinement, and maturation of Philosophy for Children

268 pages


Toxic Work

Women Workers at GTE Lenkurt

Steve Fox

A compelling exposé of six years of legal and medical investigation into the lives of workers at GTE

192 pages


The Transformation of American Catholic Sisters

Lora Ann Quiñonez and Mary Daniel Turner

A report on the social, political, and spiritual changes for Catholic nuns in the U.S. since Vatican II

224 pages | 5.5 x 8.25


The Urgings of Conscience

A Theory of Punishment

Jacob Adler

To what extent does a guilty person have a duty to submit to punishment?

316 pages | 6 x 9


The World of Kate Roberts

Selected Stories, 1925-1981

Kate Roberts

The life and fiction of a modern Welsh writer

400 pages