The Great U75 Politics Reading List Thread. OK, this is the thread where recommend any politics-related books you fell you've benefitted from reading and which you think might benefit others. I mean politics-related in the broadest sense - not just psephological studies of local elections, or statesman's memoirs, or "The Complete Idiot's guide to World Revolution", but also anything that touches on the political questions that come up or should come up on these boards. So that could mean not just politics, but also history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, science, hell maybe even religion. And not just UK politics either. Irish politics keep coming up on this board, so we may as well open this thread to non-UK related texts in general. But let's be careful about fiction - unless we're talking about a novel/book of short stories/epic poem that gives real insight into a political problem or movement (rather than being just a good read), save it for the books forum. Nothing wrong with good reads, they're just better off in the books forum, that's all. And if comments by posters rile or inspire you - start a new thread, and keep this one for the purpose for which it was intended. (thanks for doing the needful on the sticky front, mods).