The new state of the world atlas

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Simon and Schuster, 1987 - Reference - 167 pages
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Called "a work of cartojournalism'' in Kidron's introduction, this handy-size (7 x 912) thematic atlas is well known to students and librarians alike as an innovative source of information on a ... Read full review

Contents

The State by Population
2
The State Invades Antarctica
3
The State Invades the
4
Space Invaders
5
Arms and the State 6 Big Brother
6
Military Spending
7
Shares in the Apocalypse
8
Conventional Killing
9
Webs and Flows
31
Labour
31
In Search of Work
32
Exploitation
33
The Labour Force
34
Women Workers
35
The Force of Labour
36
Unemployment
37

War in Our Time
10
Natural Resources 11 Mineral Power
11
Energy Power
12
Oil Power
13
Food Power
14
Industrial Power
15
Nuclear Power
16
Financial Power
17
Trade Power
18
Dependence and Diversity
19
Science Power
20
National Income Government
21
The First Slice of the Cake
22
Complexions of Government
23
Harmworkers and Healthworkers
24
Scourges of the State
25
A Sort of Survival
25
Holds on the Mind 27 Languages of Rule
27
Religions of Rule
28
Big Money
29
Big Business
30
Rich and Poor People
38
Our Daily Bread
40
Without Due Care and Attention
41
The Right to Learn
41
The Longer Reach
42
Crumbs from the Cake
42
Law and Disorder
44
Fouling the Nest
45
Urban Blight
46
The Dying Earth
Protection and Extinction
Intimations of Mortality 49 Industrial Droop
The Paper Chase
A Question of Terms
The Gold Rush
The Name of Action 53 Green Revolution 54 Womens Rights
Gay Survival Gay Assertion 56 Minority Views 57 The State Under Pressure
Notes to the Maps
Sources for the Maps
Acknowledgements
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About the author (1987)

Founding editor of the Penguin African Library, South African-born Ronald Segal is the author of fourteen books, including "The Crisis of India," "The Race War," "The Americans," and "The Black Diaspora" (FSG, 1995). He lives in Surrey, England.

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