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              Contemporary Debates


              Each title in the Contemporary Debates series examines the veracity of controversial claims or beliefs surrounding a major political/
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                COMING SOON                      COMING SOON                       COMING SOON
              Domestic Violence                 Political Control of              America’s

              Examining the Facts               America’s Courts                  National Debt
              WENDY C. REGOECZI                 Examining the Facts               Examining the Facts

                                                HELENA SILVERSTEIN                THOMAS ARNDT
















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              August 2023, 224pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7821-3      ABC-CLIO                          ABC-CLIO
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              A comprehensive one-stop resource for
              learning more about domestic violence   This work is intended to help readers   This vital resource is devoted to
              and its awful impact on partners,   understand the many ways in which   providing nonpartisan, objective
              spouses, parents, children, families, and   politics shapes the allegedly nonpartisan   analysis of the national debt, including
              communities. In addition to examining   judicial system in America. It reveals   leading drivers of the debt, the
              drivers of domestic violence like   that political factors increasingly   budgetary process, and claims and
              misogynistic media, it also details anti-  determine who wears the judicial robes   counter-claims about national debt
              violence programs and solutions.
                                                from the Supreme Court on down.   benefits and drawbacks.
              FEATURES
                                                FEATURES                          FEATURES
              •  Features an accessible and     •  Uses quantifiable data from    •  Addresses beliefs and claims
                sensibly organized question-and-  authoritative sources as the      regarding the national debt in an
                answer format
                                                  foundation for examining          easy-to-navigate question-and-
                                                  every issue                       answer format
              WENDY C. REGOECZI  is associate
              professor and director of the
              Criminology Research Center at    HELENA SILVERSTEIN , PhD, is      THOMAS ARNDT,  PhD, is adjunct
              Cleveland State University. Her   professor and department head of   professor in the department of
              research and teaching interests include   government and law at Lafayette   political science at the College
              criminology, interpersonal violence, and   College. From 2014 to 2016, she   of New Jersey (TCNJ).
              domestic violence.                served as director of the law and social
                                                sciences program at the National
                                                Science Foundation.
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