To gain information about the political backdrop and the political structure of one country a famous political book referred is of much help. These books assist one with the aggregate information about the national international events taken place politically.
Read on to know about the most famous political books.
The Communist Manifesto – The Communist Manifesto is recognized as the world’s most influential political documents and has the exact timings of the release when the revolutions of 1848 were gaining pace. The political pamphlet is penned by German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848.
Democracy in America – The official edition of the book titled Democracy in America has been published in two volumes written by Alexis de Tocqueville which scripts the democratic Revolution which have been occurring over the previous several hundred years.
The Audacity of Hope – The book The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream is written by ex-President of US Barack Obama. This is one of the most famous political books as it covers various subjects of the political career and the part and process of Obama’s Presidential campaigning.
Fire And Fury – A book by Michael Wolff attempts to give a broader picture about the detailed behavior of US President Donald Trump and his staff inside the White House. The book became a New York Times bestseller.
On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century – The book is a short thesis which expounds n history with twenty short but gripping lessons on what possibly can be done as there is rise of Hitler and fascism and what a person can do today to ensure their democracy stay strong. Timothy D. Snyder.
Politics – A sub-division of multiple chapters of eight books, the synopsis of this book states the political philosophy authored by 4th Century BC Greek philosopher, Aristotle. The subject narrates the provisions of politics and the accurate relevant things which concern the States of the Greek.
History of Political Philosophy – It is basically an academics textbook which shares much of useful references edited by American political philosophers Leo Strauss and Joseph Cropsey. Currently in its third edition, the book is quiet a help to the students of political science and political philosophy.
The Political Economy of International Relations – A decent introduction of how after the end of World War II, the United States which was the dominant in economy and military power at that time combined with the surviving capitalists with a perception to create an unprecedented institutional framework. The book is authored by Robert Gilpin.
Jawbreaker: The Attack on bin Laden and al-Qaeda – An interesting illustration of CIA agent Gary Berntsen which describes the time he spent in Afghanistan persuading the American campaign against Taliban, al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden after September 11, 2001 attacks. A book by Gary Berntsen and Ralph Pezzullo, A Personal Account by the CIA’s Key Field Commander (2005).
Who Rules the World – The book by Noam Chomsky, gives an analysis shares an idea that the United States with its Military first policies wishes to maintain a world-spamming empire which may adversely risk catastrophe and wreck the global commons.
In the Line of Fire: A Memoir – This book is written by former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf which states direct connections with his policies to his political career and also his international events along with his life in Pakistan Army and major assassination attempts on him.