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Sep 03, 2009
A Perfect Injustice (Transaction Publishers, 2009) unearths new incriminating evidence about a long-censored mass murder and theft which occurred in Armenia.

Aug 11, 2009
Transaction Publishers provides their E-books to ebrary. ebrary offers more than 170,000 digital books, handbooks, reports, maps, journals and other valuable content from over 350 of the world’s leading publishers.

Jul 23, 2009
This book shows how readers interpret and process texts in light of their understanding and how it’s done without biases.

Jul 10, 2009
". . .Slack has given us a lucid but disturbing account of the public philosophy in America which condones abortion and capital punishment. . ."—Don C. Menzel, president, Ethics Management International

Jun 15, 2009
This book builds and extends the writing analysis presented in the first edition. It includes six new chapters and three revised ones. These new chapters cover new and cutting-edge scholarship.

Jun 08, 2009
"This work is not a scientific treatise. . . but it is rather a series of philosophical and theological reflections that might be obvious to us all. . ."—John Peterson, Senior Writer, Gilbert Magazine

Mar 26, 2009
". . .Most economists assume technological change, but Dr. Edmonson explains how the prototype invention moves through the first innovator with the aid of enablers to ultimately make a difference in our lives…”—Don Ratajczak, Georgia State Univ

Mar 20, 2009
Join Transaction Publishers when they reveal their books on higher education at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting.

Feb 12, 2009
This book analyzes the new concept of hybrid philanthropy pioneered by the tech billionaires and the good work they are doing in challenging the traditional institutions of philanthropy.

Feb 10, 2009
Status Envy argues that the secularization process occurring on many campuses is not the "natural" byproduct of modernization, but rather, the result of those seeking control over the culture and curriculum of Catholic colleges and universities.

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