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The politics list at Princeton stands out as one of the most venerable and distinguished in the field. We publish books that speak not only to topics of contemporary and immediate relevance, but also to enduring questions regarding states, governments, social behavior, and political conflict.
Featuring works that are empirically deep, substantively interesting, and methodologically diverse, the list is representative of the subject in the broadest sense, with books in international relations, comparative politics, political behavior, American politics and political development, political theory and philosophy, legal studies, and political methodology.
Jedediah Purdy on This Land is Our Land
Today, we are at a turning point as we face ecological and political crises that are rooted in conflicts over the land itself.
First time author spotlight: James Lindley Wilson on Democratic Equality
Democracy establishes relationships of political equality, ones in which citizens equally share authority over what they do together and respect one another as equals.
Amin Saikal on Iran Rising
When Iranians overthrew their monarchy, rejecting a pro-Western shah in favor of an Islamic regime, many observers predicted that revolutionary turmoil would paralyze the country for decades to come.
Jason Brennan on When All Else Fails
The economist Albert O. Hirschman famously argued that citizens of democracies have only three possible responses to injustice or wrongdoing by their governments: we may leave, complain, or comply.