b'6G rey HouseOPINIONS P ublishing Opinions Throughout HistoryRECENT Opinions Throughout History: Voters RightsKey issues include race, sex, nationality, voter ID laws. and poll taxes illustrate in part just how much political and judicial work has been requiredand may yet be requiredto refine voting laws and practices.BooklistThis volume tackles voters rightshow Americans got the right to vote, how the right to vote has been suppressed, and how public opinion has changed about voters rights over time. Opinions Throughout History: Voters Rights highlights: how the vote was granted to minorities; the Voting Rights Act of 1965; voter ID laws; voter fraud; election interference; individual state actions; and how voter suppression efforts affected the 2018 elections. Drawing from the popular press, key legislative and court battles, social activism, and opinion polls, this volume follows the evolution of voters rights in America over more than 240 years. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions.November 2019 |600 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-64265-068-6 |$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformRECENT Opinions Throughout History:The Death Penalty CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title, 2020Few subjects are more controversial than capital punishmentan issue that has forced Americans, and people around the world, to confront fundamental questions about morality and the role of the state. This volume of Opinions Throughout History looks at the evolution of this debate within the context of major events in the history of American criminal justice, from the nations first execution, in the famed Jamestown Colony of Virginia, to the cells of Americas modern death rows today, where more than 2,700 people await state execution. Tracing this history through the courts, the legislature, and the academic, religious, and popular debates that have surrounded the issue, this volume reveals how American ideas about execution have evolved and continue to change. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions.September 2019|500 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-64265-066-2|$195 RECENT Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History: Social Media Issues Well organized and offering a level of detail that is manageable yet thorough, this is a solid overview of social media. Recommended.CHOICEThis work explores how social media, now one of the dominant means of communication in this country, has changed individual access to information and who controls distribution of that information, which significantly influences our opinions. This volume also considers Americans opinions about the media itself i.e., freedom of speech and of the press, trustworthiness of social media,propaganda, cyberbullying, and if regulations are needed. As a resource for exploring the influences on American values, Social Media Issues provides an accessible commentary on the ways in which advances in communication technologies have shaped American opinion. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions.April 2019 |600 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-64265-064-8 |$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform RECENT Opinions Throughout History: The EnvironmentA comprehensive overview of the environment. Highly Recommended.CHOICEOpinions Throughout History: The Environment highlights the overall momentum of developing public opinion around green thinking and environmental policy. From Smoky the Bear to Earth Day, this volume tracks public opinion from activists to boardrooms and considers an array of issues including public belief in or skepticism of climate science, the establishment of national parks and conservation areas and threats to their future, animal conservation, the environmental impact of energy independence, funding for environmental research, GMO policies and agribusiness, electric cars, and eco urban development. The Environment provides an essential resource for science and environmental research and an accessible commentary on one of the most complex and pressing issues of our day. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions. February 2019|500 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-953-6|$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com'