New Political Science Titles from Penguin Random House

By Spenser Stevens | January 10 2024 | Political Science

Browse these new and notable titles for use in your Political Science courses. To request complimentary exam copies for course-use consideration, click here. 

Everyone Who Is Gone Is Here
The United States, Central America, and the Making of a Crisis
An epic, heartbreaking, and deeply reported history of the disastrous humanitarian crisis at the southern border told through the lives of the migrants forced to risk everything and the policymakers who determine their fate, by New Yorker staff writer Jonathan Blitzer
$32.00 US
Jan 30, 2024
544 Pages
Penguin Press

We Are Free to Change the World
Hannah Arendt's Lessons in Love and Disobedience
A timely guide on how to live—and think—through the challenges of our century drawn from the life and thought of political-theorist Hannah Arendt, one of the twentieth century's foremost opponent of totalitarianism and a "prophet against conformity" (The Nation).
$32.00 US
Jan 16, 2024
368 Pages

Five Families and the Unraveling of America's Suburbs
Through the stories of five American families, a masterful and timely exploration of how hope, history, and racial denial collide in the suburbs and their schools
$32.00 US
Jan 23, 2024
496 Pages
Penguin Press

They Called Me a Lioness
A Palestinian Girl's Fight for Freedom
A Palestinian activist jailed at sixteen after a confrontation with Israeli soldiers illuminates the daily struggles of life under occupation in this moving, deeply personal memoir.
$18.00 US
Sep 05, 2023
288 Pages
One World

Our Enemies Will Vanish
The Russian Invasion and Ukraine's War of Independence
A revelatory eyewitness account of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the heroism of the Ukrainian people in their resistance by Yaroslav Trofimov, the Ukrainian-born chief foreign-affairs correspondent of The Wall Street Journal
$32.00 US
Jan 09, 2024
400 Pages
Penguin Press

The Rebels
Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and the Struggle for a New American Politics
From the author of the New York Times bestseller Devil’s Bargain comes the revelatory inside story of how economic populists led by Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez transformed the Democratic Party—and remade the country.
$30.00 US
Jan 09, 2024
352 Pages
Penguin Press

The Cancer Factory
Industrial Chemicals, Corporate Deception, and the Hidden Deaths of American Workers
“No journalist knows more about toxic chemicals in the workplace than Jim Morris. The Cancer Factory is the crowning achievement of his estimable career spent walking fence lines, factory floors, and doctor’s offices.”—Dan Fagin, author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning Toms River“The Cancer Factory could not come at a better time, as we reckon with how our bodies pay the price for our nation’s toxic history and as today’s workers fight not for only their rights but for their very lives.… A powerful and essential read.”—Anna Clark, author of The Poisoned CityThe story of a group of Goodyear Tire and Rubber workers fatally exposed to toxic chemicals, the lawyer who sought justice on their behalf, and the shameful lack of protection our society affords all workers
$29.95 US
Jan 23, 2024
264 Pages
Beacon Press

Systems Ultra
Making Sense of Technology in a Complex World

Systems Ultra explores how we experience complex systems: the mesh of things, people, and ideas interacting to produce their own patterns and behaviors.

$24.95 US
Jan 30, 2024
224 Pages