Political-science research is fundamental to national interest. Who even questions that? Believe it or not, Congress!
This article by The Economist Includes a powerful letter by Jane Mansbridge, president of the American Political Science Association (APSA), and Michael Brintnall, Executive Director of APSA, which rightly calls the move “a remarkable embarrassment for the world’s exemplary democracy,” given that political science is “the only discipline devoted to learning how to make democracies work better.” Political-science research is unquestionably “an invaluable source of knowledge for identifying, explaining, and resolving domestic and international issues of peace, freedom, and democracy” and as such, “the nation cannot afford to lose this investment.”
Showing our full support for this, Cambria Press will not only be giving out complimentary tote bags that bear the important message that “Political-Science Research Matters!” at the Cambria Press booth in the book exhibit hall, but Cambria Press is also extending a special $39.95 sale price on all hardcovers for the month of September because disseminating top-notch political-science research is yet another way to drive home the critical nature of this discipline.
So come on down to the Cambria Press booth (#810) to get your complimentary tote bag, browse our books, and enjoy this unbeatable special price!
In case you are not able to make it, share this message #politicalscienceresearchmatters! And yes, you can still get the discount on these highly praised, well-reviewed Cambria Press books even if you can’t make it to APSA–all you need to do is:
- Register at the Cambria Press website and log on.
- Add the books you wish to purchase to your shopping cart.
- Enter APSA2013 in the Coupon Box and click GO.
- Proceed to Checkout.
You can also use the 2013 APSA promotional book list for a list of all the books for this sale.
This available to individuals and organizations, so spread the word!
If you have any problems ordering, please send an e-mail to sales[at] cambriapress.com.
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