Politics

Behind the Carbon Curtain

The Energy Industry, Political Censorship, and Free Speech
By Jeffrey A. Lockwood

Exploring censorship imposed by corporate wealth and power, this book focuses on the energy industry in Wyoming, where coal, oil, and gas are pillars of the economy.

Let's Roll This Train

My Life in New Mexico Education, Business, and Politics
By Lenton Malry

This inspiring memoir chronicles Lenton Malry’s journey from segregated Louisiana to a distinguished career in public service in New Mexico.

Jack M. Campbell

The Autobiography of New Mexico's First Modern Governor
By Jack M. Campbell

In this engaging autobiography, Campbell traces his life story across major historical events in the country and New Mexico.

Cesar Chavez and the Common Sense of Nonviolence

By José-Antonio Orosco

Long overshadowed by Martin Luther King and Gandhi, Cesar Chavez conducted his protests following a strong belief in nonviolent action to achieve the goal of equal opportunity for all.

Secret Wars and Secret Policies in the Americas, 1842-1929

By Friedrich E. Schuler

The intrigue and subterfuge revealed in this revisionist study add a fascinating new dimension to our understanding of transpacific and transatlantic politics following World War I.

Beyond Geopolitics

New Histories of Latin America at the League of Nations
Edited by Alan McPhersonYannick Wehrli

Using research in frequently overlooked collections, Beyond Geopolitics makes groundbreaking contributions to the study of Latin American international relations, the history of the League of Nations, and the broader story of cooperation across borders.

New Mexico 2050

Edited by Fred Harris

Here some of the state’s most noted and qualified policy experts answer two vital questions: New Mexico 2050—What can we be? What will we be?

Bioinsecurity and Vulnerability

Edited by Nancy N. ChenLesley A. Sharp

“Biosecurity” has ballooned into an increasingly mundane aspect of human experience, serving as a catchall for the detection, surveillance, containment, and deflection of everything from epidemics and natural disasters to resource scarcities and political insurgencies.

Edmund G. Ross

Soldier, Senator, Abolitionist
By Richard A. Ruddy

This first full-scale biography of Ross reveals his importance in the history of the United States.

The National Council on Indian Opportunity

Quiet Champion of Self-Determination
By Thomas A. Britten

In this book, the first study of the NCIO, historian Thomas A. Britten traces the workings of the council along with its enduring impact on the lives of indigenous people.

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