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Christopher Anzalone

Christopher Anzalone - Editor

Maryland, USA

Experience in trade, textbooks, reference, and professional publishing. This includes extensive sales, mktg, acquisitions, and ed mgmt.

Overview

I have nearly 30 years of publishing experience in all aspects of publishing. This includes working for publishers specializing in trade and academic trade, high school and college textbooks, academic and public library references, and professional books. I also have experience with project management of web-based resources and webcasts. My acquisitions include bestsellers: New York Times and Washington Post, Choice highly recommended titles, and other critically acclaimed and top selling titles.

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English (US)
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Biographies & Memoirs Business & Management Cooking & Food Wine & Spirits History Law Nature Politics & Current Affairs Publishing Social & Behavioral Sciences Travel

Work experience

Acquisitions Editor

Learning Sciences International

August, 2016 – Present (4 months)

Manager, Book Publishing

Society for Human Resource Management

March, 2008 – August, 2016 (over 8 years)

Executive Editor

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

June, 2003 – March, 2008 (almost 5 years)

Acquisitions Editor

CQ Press

June, 2000 – May, 2003 (almost 3 years)

Portfolio (34 selected works)

Education Myths: What Special Interest Groups Want You to Believe About Our Schools--And Why It Isn't So

Jay P. Greene

How can we fix America's floundering public schools? The conventional wisdom says that schools need a lot more money, that poor and immigrant children can't do as well as most American kids, that high-stakes tests just produce teaching to the test, and that vouchers do little to help students while undermining our democracy. But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong? In Education Myths: Wha... read more

How can we fix America's floundering public schools? The conventional wisdom says that schools need a lot more money, that poor and immigrant children can't do as well as most American kids, that high-stakes tests just produce teaching to the test, and that vouchers do little to help students while undermining our democracy. But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong? In Education Myths: Wha... read more

Preventing Surprise Attacks: Intelligence Reform in the Wake of 9/11 (Hoover Studies in Politics, Economics, and Society)

Richard A. Posner

The commission to investigate the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States issued its final report in July of 2004, in which it recommended a dramatic overhaul of the nation's intelligence system. Congress responded by hastily enacting the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, which adopts many of the 9/11 commission's specific recommendations, though with... read more

The commission to investigate the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States issued its final report in July of 2004, in which it recommended a dramatic overhaul of the nation's intelligence system. Congress responded by hastily enacting the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, which adopts many of the 9/11 commission's specific recommendations, though with... read more

Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps Us in the Dark

Geoffrey R. Stone

Since September 11, 2001, the United States has investigated and prosecuted public employees, journalists, and the press for the dissemination of classified information relating to the national security. What is the cause of the recent tension between the government and the press? Perhaps the media are pressing more aggressively to pierce the government's shield of secrecy. Perhaps the governm... read more

Since September 11, 2001, the United States has investigated and prosecuted public employees, journalists, and the press for the dissemination of classified information relating to the national security. What is the cause of the recent tension between the government and the press? Perhaps the media are pressing more aggressively to pierce the government's shield of secrecy. Perhaps the governm... read more

The Agony of an American Wilderness: Loggers, Environmentalists, and the Struggle for Control of a Forgotten Forest

Samuel A. MacDonald

The Allegheny National Forest exists on what might have been the most heavily exploited landscape in the history of civilization. Careful stewardship over the last eight decades has transformed it into a beautiful forest that contains countless wildlife species and some of the world's most valuable timber. Local communities are steeped in pride for having written that unprecedented environment... read more

The Allegheny National Forest exists on what might have been the most heavily exploited landscape in the history of civilization. Careful stewardship over the last eight decades has transformed it into a beautiful forest that contains countless wildlife species and some of the world's most valuable timber. Local communities are steeped in pride for having written that unprecedented environment... read more

Feds in the Classroom: How Big Government Corrupts, Cripples, and Compromises American Education

Neal P. McCluskey

Thomas Jefferson warned that 'the natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.' American elementary and secondary education shows how right he was. Two centuries ago the founders rejected federal participation in education and even rejected George Washington's plans on establishing a national university. It should be of little surprise, then, that the term ... read more

Thomas Jefferson warned that 'the natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.' American elementary and secondary education shows how right he was. Two centuries ago the founders rejected federal participation in education and even rejected George Washington's plans on establishing a national university. It should be of little surprise, then, that the term ... read more

Lives at Risk: Single-Payer National Health Insurance Around the World

John C. Goodman, Gerald L. Musgrave, Devon M. Herrick

Virtually everyone agrees that our health care system needs reform. But what kind of reform Some want a return to the system that prevailed in the 1950s. Others would like to see the adaptation of the government-run systems prevalent in other countries. The latter, national health insurance or single-payer health insurance, appears to be gaining ground in the United States. Before Americans fi... read more

Virtually everyone agrees that our health care system needs reform. But what kind of reform Some want a return to the system that prevailed in the 1950s. Others would like to see the adaptation of the government-run systems prevalent in other countries. The latter, national health insurance or single-payer health insurance, appears to be gaining ground in the United States. Before Americans fi... read more

The Secret Circuit: The Little-Known Court Where the Rules of the Information Age Unfold

Bruce D. Abramson

Imagine a high impact, low profile, nonpartisan government institution located across the street from the White House. Imagine that it plays a central role in shaping our technology industries, in overseeing globalization, and in holding the federal government responsible for its commercial activities. Imagine that only Congress and the Supreme Court can correct its mistakes. Such an instituti... read more

Imagine a high impact, low profile, nonpartisan government institution located across the street from the White House. Imagine that it plays a central role in shaping our technology industries, in overseeing globalization, and in holding the federal government responsible for its commercial activities. Imagine that only Congress and the Supreme Court can correct its mistakes. Such an instituti... read more

Fight Club Politics: How Partisanship is Poisoning the U.S. House of Representatives (Hoover Studies in Politics, Economics, and Society)

Juliet Eilperin

The House of Representatives―the "people's House"―is supposed to be the body of government closest to ordinary citizens, reflecting their needs and desires. But it has drifted from its roots in recent years, as lawmakers have become deaf to voters and fixated on maintaining their power inside the Beltway.Just over a decade ago Republicans wrested control of the chamber from Democrats, who had ... read more

The House of Representatives―the "people's House"―is supposed to be the body of government closest to ordinary citizens, reflecting their needs and desires. But it has drifted from its roots in recent years, as lawmakers have become deaf to voters and fixated on maintaining their power inside the Beltway.Just over a decade ago Republicans wrested control of the chamber from Democrats, who had ... read more

Patriotism, Democracy, and Common Sense: Restoring America's Promise at Home and Abroad

Why have American policies failed? What alternative policies can return America to its promise, internally and in the eyes of a global community? This book answers these questions in a preposterous way. It asks citizens and policy makers to actually connect the dots―to move America forward by developing mutually supportive and complementary foreign, national security, Middle East, economic, do... read more

Why have American policies failed? What alternative policies can return America to its promise, internally and in the eyes of a global community? This book answers these questions in a preposterous way. It asks citizens and policy makers to actually connect the dots―to move America forward by developing mutually supportive and complementary foreign, national security, Middle East, economic, do... read more

The Essential Ronald Reagan: A Profile in Courage, Justice, and Wisdom

Lee Edwards

The Essential Ronald Reagan recounts―in a concise way―the extraordinary life and career of a great American president from his small-town Midwestern roots through his Hollywood film star days to his presidential role as redeemer of the American dream and victorious leader in the Cold War.Renowned historian Lee Edwards captures Ronald Reagan perfectly and concisely. Edwards shows how Reaganomic... read more

The Essential Ronald Reagan recounts―in a concise way―the extraordinary life and career of a great American president from his small-town Midwestern roots through his Hollywood film star days to his presidential role as redeemer of the American dream and victorious leader in the Cold War.Renowned historian Lee Edwards captures Ronald Reagan perfectly and concisely. Edwards shows how Reaganomic... read more

The Next Superpower?: The Rise of Europe and Its Challenge to the United States

Rockwell A. Schnabel, Francis X. Rocca

Americans have been recently lectured that "Americans are from Mars and Europeans are from Venus." But this slogan fails to account for the economic might of the European Union, which has elevated the EU―and its member countries―to near superpower status. What are the implications of this development for the United States? Ambassador Rockwell A. Schnabel and Francis X. Rocca take up this criti... read more

Americans have been recently lectured that "Americans are from Mars and Europeans are from Venus." But this slogan fails to account for the economic might of the European Union, which has elevated the EU―and its member countries―to near superpower status. What are the implications of this development for the United States? Ambassador Rockwell A. Schnabel and Francis X. Rocca take up this criti... read more

Leaving Women Behind: Modern Families, Outdated Laws

Kimberley A. Strassel, Celeste Colgan, John C. Goodman

Paternalistic federal laws and regulations thwart initiatives to grant women the same economic liberties as men. Why have federal institutions overseeing employment, employee benefits, childcare, taxation, health care, education, retirement, and social security adopted such a warped and antiquated perspective of traditional family life? And what can be done about it? Leaving Women Behind answe... read more

Paternalistic federal laws and regulations thwart initiatives to grant women the same economic liberties as men. Why have federal institutions overseeing employment, employee benefits, childcare, taxation, health care, education, retirement, and social security adopted such a warped and antiquated perspective of traditional family life? And what can be done about it? Leaving Women Behind answe... read more

Get This Party Started: How Progressives Can Fight Back and Win

Progressives and Democrats have done a good job of soldiering on after the devastating losses of 2000, 2002, and 2004, but the impassioned discussion of what to do next has had a fragmented quality―until now. Get This Party Started: How Progressives Can Fight Back and Win brings together thirteen leading Beltway and grassroots progressive voices for an integrated discussion of the electoral, m... read more

Progressives and Democrats have done a good job of soldiering on after the devastating losses of 2000, 2002, and 2004, but the impassioned discussion of what to do next has had a fragmented quality―until now. Get This Party Started: How Progressives Can Fight Back and Win brings together thirteen leading Beltway and grassroots progressive voices for an integrated discussion of the electoral, m... read more

The Political Thought of Justice Antonin Scalia: A Hamiltonian on the Supreme Court

James B. Staab

The Political Thought of Antonin Scalia: A Hamiltonian on the Supreme Court traces Justice Antonin Scalia's jurisprudence back to the political and constitutional thought of Alexander Hamilton. Not only is there substantial agreement between these two men in the areas of constitutional interpretation, federalism, separation of powers, executive and judicial power, but the two men also have sim... read more

The Political Thought of Antonin Scalia: A Hamiltonian on the Supreme Court traces Justice Antonin Scalia's jurisprudence back to the political and constitutional thought of Alexander Hamilton. Not only is there substantial agreement between these two men in the areas of constitutional interpretation, federalism, separation of powers, executive and judicial power, but the two men also have sim... read more

Supply-Side Follies: Why Conservative Economics Fails, Liberal Economics Falters, and Innovation Economics is the Answer

Robert D. Atkinson

Supply-Side Follies is a progressive political and economic challenge to the current George W. Bush policies. It debunks commonly held assumptions of conservative economic policies centered on the obsession that tax cuts led to greater productivity and prosperity. These fundamentally flawed policies are setting the United States up for a major economic downturn in the near future. The 21st cen... read more

Supply-Side Follies is a progressive political and economic challenge to the current George W. Bush policies. It debunks commonly held assumptions of conservative economic policies centered on the obsession that tax cuts led to greater productivity and prosperity. These fundamentally flawed policies are setting the United States up for a major economic downturn in the near future. The 21st cen... read more

Going Dirty : The Art of Negative Campaigning

David Mark

Going Dirty is a history of negative campaigning in American politics and an examination of how candidates and political consultants have employed this often-controversial technique. The book includes case studies on notable races throughout the television era in which new negative campaign strategies were introduced, or existing tactics were refined and amplified upon. Strategies have include... read more

Going Dirty is a history of negative campaigning in American politics and an examination of how candidates and political consultants have employed this often-controversial technique. The book includes case studies on notable races throughout the television era in which new negative campaign strategies were introduced, or existing tactics were refined and amplified upon. Strategies have include... read more

Value War: Public Opinion and the Politics of Gay Rights

Paul R. Brewer

In Value War: Public Opinion and the Politics of Gay Rights, Paul R. Brewer looks at how the public debate about gay rights has shaped public opinion and conversely how public opinion has shaped the public debate about gay rights. Using a variety of methods, including polls, experimentation, and content analysis, he shows how the nature of public debate_which encompasses news stories, televisi... read more

In Value War: Public Opinion and the Politics of Gay Rights, Paul R. Brewer looks at how the public debate about gay rights has shaped public opinion and conversely how public opinion has shaped the public debate about gay rights. Using a variety of methods, including polls, experimentation, and content analysis, he shows how the nature of public debate_which encompasses news stories, televisi... read more

Government 2.0: Using Technology to Improve Education, Cut Red Tape, Reduce Gridlock, and Enhance Democracy

William Eggers

Unhyped and therefore unnoticed, technology is altering the behavior and mission of city halls, statehouses, schools, and federal agencies across America. From transportation to education to elections to law enforcement (or, as we're now referring to it, "homeland security"), the digital revolution is transforming government and politics, slashing bureaucracies; improving services; producing i... read more

Unhyped and therefore unnoticed, technology is altering the behavior and mission of city halls, statehouses, schools, and federal agencies across America. From transportation to education to elections to law enforcement (or, as we're now referring to it, "homeland security"), the digital revolution is transforming government and politics, slashing bureaucracies; improving services; producing i... read more

Why We Whisper: Restoring Our Right to Say It's Wrong

Jim DeMint, J. David Woodard

Americans today live in the greatest nation the world has ever known. Never before has a country been the producer, and beneficiary, of so much wealth and freedom. But with great success comes even greater responsibility. Part of the American legacy is to pass our values to our posterity, as well as to future generations in other nations. To meet this responsibility, the next generation must u... read more

Americans today live in the greatest nation the world has ever known. Never before has a country been the producer, and beneficiary, of so much wealth and freedom. But with great success comes even greater responsibility. Part of the American legacy is to pass our values to our posterity, as well as to future generations in other nations. To meet this responsibility, the next generation must u... read more

The Patient Will See You Now: How Advances in Science, Medicine, and Technology Will Lead to a Personalized Health Care System

Carey James Kriz

In a world of rapid advances in scientific discovery, with an unprecedented insight and understanding of how the human body works, and technologies available that are reshaping the meaning and value of human existence, the statistics on the U.S. health care system are shocking. While spending more money per capita than any other country in the world, we have worse outcomes on everything from l... read more

In a world of rapid advances in scientific discovery, with an unprecedented insight and understanding of how the human body works, and technologies available that are reshaping the meaning and value of human existence, the statistics on the U.S. health care system are shocking. While spending more money per capita than any other country in the world, we have worse outcomes on everything from l... read more

Founding Father: How C-SPAN's Brian Lamb Changed Politics in America

Stephen E. Frantzich

"And just who was President Lincoln?" One can almost hear Brian Lamb's understated Midwestern intonation of an almost absurdly basic question. Without pretense or the need to sound important, Lamb seeks to open the door to an understanding of public affairs by asking the questions his intelligent, but unworldly, mother might have asked. His open-ended questions often catch his subjects off-gua... read more

"And just who was President Lincoln?" One can almost hear Brian Lamb's understated Midwestern intonation of an almost absurdly basic question. Without pretense or the need to sound important, Lamb seeks to open the door to an understanding of public affairs by asking the questions his intelligent, but unworldly, mother might have asked. His open-ended questions often catch his subjects off-gua... read more

Renegade for Peace and Justice: Congresswoman Barbara Lee Speaks for Me

Barbara Lee

In this candid and self-effacing autobiography, Barbara Lee chronicles the challenges she overcame to break the cycle of multi-generational domestic violence, and her rise from being a single mother of two young children to being one of the most progressive and respected voices in Congress today.

In this candid and self-effacing autobiography, Barbara Lee chronicles the challenges she overcame to break the cycle of multi-generational domestic violence, and her rise from being a single mother of two young children to being one of the most progressive and respected voices in Congress today.

Got a Solution?: HR Approaches to 5 Common and Persistent Business Problems

Dale J. Dwyer PhD, Sheri A. Caldwell PhD

Have a common and persistent work-related problem that keeps you awake at night? Are you looking for possible outside the box solutions to resolve these issues? The authors of the bestselling Got a Minute? The 9 Lessons Every HR Professional Must Learn to Be Successful have written a timely and timeless book about the five universal problems that all organizations face. The problems discussed ... read more

Have a common and persistent work-related problem that keeps you awake at night? Are you looking for possible outside the box solutions to resolve these issues? The authors of the bestselling Got a Minute? The 9 Lessons Every HR Professional Must Learn to Be Successful have written a timely and timeless book about the five universal problems that all organizations face. The problems discussed ... read more

Business-Focused HR: 11 Processes to Drive Results

Scott P. Mondore, Shane S. Douthitt, Marisa A. Carson

From employee selection to multirater feedback, this step-by-step guide provides the latest in best practices to effectively implement various human resources (HR) processes in organizations of all sizes. From launch to ongoing business outcome analysis, this record—written by business analytics experts—discusses 11 core HR processes and offers practical tips for successful execution. Intended... read more

From employee selection to multirater feedback, this step-by-step guide provides the latest in best practices to effectively implement various human resources (HR) processes in organizations of all sizes. From launch to ongoing business outcome analysis, this record—written by business analytics experts—discusses 11 core HR processes and offers practical tips for successful execution. Intended... read more

A Necessary Evil: Managing Employee Activity on Facebook, LinkedIn and the Hundreds of Other Social Media Sites

Aliah D. Wright

Based primarily on interviews and evaluations of existing practices and policies, this book emphasizes why companies must have social media policies and why they are important in governing employee behavior. Good companies pay attention to the social networking sites their customers and employees inhabit. They watch behaviors, they listen to concerns, they apologize when their companies make m... read more

Based primarily on interviews and evaluations of existing practices and policies, this book emphasizes why companies must have social media policies and why they are important in governing employee behavior. Good companies pay attention to the social networking sites their customers and employees inhabit. They watch behaviors, they listen to concerns, they apologize when their companies make m... read more

California Employment Law: An Employer's Guide

James J. McDonald

It is often said that it is impossible for an employer to fully comply with all of California’s employment laws. They are just too numerous and too complicated. They are frequently changing, and rarely for the better. There are so many traps for the unwary. Unfortunately, this perspective is mostly true. California Employment Law: An Employer’s Guide is written for those who must contend with ... read more

It is often said that it is impossible for an employer to fully comply with all of California’s employment laws. They are just too numerous and too complicated. They are frequently changing, and rarely for the better. There are so many traps for the unwary. Unfortunately, this perspective is mostly true. California Employment Law: An Employer’s Guide is written for those who must contend with ... read more

Separation Of Powers: Documents and Commentary (Understanding Constitutional Principles)

Harriger K

Separation of powers is one of the fundamental principles underlying the U.S. system of government. The Constitution seeks to prevent abuses of power by separating government functions into independent branches - legislative, executive, and judicial. However, this system is sometimes inefficient. Separation of Powers, the first book in the Understanding Constitutional Principles Series, examin... read more

Separation of powers is one of the fundamental principles underlying the U.S. system of government. The Constitution seeks to prevent abuses of power by separating government functions into independent branches - legislative, executive, and judicial. However, this system is sometimes inefficient. Separation of Powers, the first book in the Understanding Constitutional Principles Series, examin... read more

Marbury Versus Madison: Documents and Commentary (Landmark Events in Us History)

Mark Graber, Michael Perhac

Marbury versus Madison combines documents and analytical essays timed for the bicentennial in 2003. This timely collection will explain: the constitutional, political, philosophical background to judicial review; the historical record leading to this landmark case; the impact of the decision since 1803; its impact on the world stage, especially for new and emerging democratic nations.

Marbury versus Madison combines documents and analytical essays timed for the bicentennial in 2003. This timely collection will explain: the constitutional, political, philosophical background to judicial review; the historical record leading to this landmark case; the impact of the decision since 1803; its impact on the world stage, especially for new and emerging democratic nations.

Native Americans (American Political History Series)

Donald Grinde

A unique political reference work for the study of American Indians. Using both contributed essays from eminent scholars and excerpts of primary source documents with explanatory headnotes, the new reference series, American Political History, will focus on broad-based issues in American political history. The first title in the series explores the political history of Native Americans. Throug... read more

A unique political reference work for the study of American Indians. Using both contributed essays from eminent scholars and excerpts of primary source documents with explanatory headnotes, the new reference series, American Political History, will focus on broad-based issues in American political history. The first title in the series explores the political history of Native Americans. Throug... read more

The Louisiana Purchase: Emergence Of An American Nation (Landmark Events in Us History)

Peter Kastor

The Louisiana Purchase combines documents and analytical essays timed for the bicentennial in 2003. This timely collection will explain: how and why the United States acquired the massive territory that more than doubled the size of the country; the profound social and political changes that came in the wake of the Purchase; its impact on such far reaching topics like the Constitution, slavery... read more

The Louisiana Purchase combines documents and analytical essays timed for the bicentennial in 2003. This timely collection will explain: how and why the United States acquired the massive territory that more than doubled the size of the country; the profound social and political changes that came in the wake of the Purchase; its impact on such far reaching topics like the Constitution, slavery... read more

The Declaration Of Independence: Origins and Impact (Landmark Events in Us History)

Scott Gerber

The new reference series, Landmark Events in U.S. History, uses both contributed essays from eminent scholars and excerpts of primary source documents with explanatory headnotes to focus on critical events in American political history and explains how it came about and why it continues to play such a vital role in the history and political evolution of the United States. The first three books... read more

The new reference series, Landmark Events in U.S. History, uses both contributed essays from eminent scholars and excerpts of primary source documents with explanatory headnotes to focus on critical events in American political history and explains how it came about and why it continues to play such a vital role in the history and political evolution of the United States. The first three books... read more

Landmark Decisions of the United States Supreme Court (Landmark Decisions of the Us Supreme Court)

Paul Finkelman, Melvin I. Urofsky

An important new reference that provides the historical context and constitutional perspective of more than 1,000 of the most important Supreme Court cases. Landmark Decisions of the United States Supreme Court provides an unparalleled history of the Supreme Court and its impact on American democracy and society. Case summaries are organized chronologically. In addition: [yen] each summary inc... read more

An important new reference that provides the historical context and constitutional perspective of more than 1,000 of the most important Supreme Court cases. Landmark Decisions of the United States Supreme Court provides an unparalleled history of the Supreme Court and its impact on American democracy and society. Case summaries are organized chronologically. In addition: [yen] each summary inc... read more

Harry S Truman (American Presidents Reference)

Robert Ferrell

Harry Truman was born on May 8, 1884. He served with distinction during World War I as a commander of an artillery battery, and ultimately attained the rank of major. In 1922 with the support of political boss Tom Pendergast, Truman was elected as a county judge. He lost reelection, but then won again as presiding judge in 1926 and 1930. In 1934 Truman was elected to the U.S. Senate, where he ... read more

Harry Truman was born on May 8, 1884. He served with distinction during World War I as a commander of an artillery battery, and ultimately attained the rank of major. In 1922 with the support of political boss Tom Pendergast, Truman was elected as a county judge. He lost reelection, but then won again as presiding judge in 1926 and 1930. In 1934 Truman was elected to the U.S. Senate, where he ... read more

Woodrow Wilson (American Presidents Reference)

Kendrick Clements, Eric a Cheezum

Woodrow Wilson was elected the 28th president of the United States in 1912. This volume of his presidency covers: his reformist-natured domestic policies; World War I, the Fourteen Points and the League of Nations; and the role of Edith Bolling Wilson in the Wilson Presidency.

Woodrow Wilson was elected the 28th president of the United States in 1912. This volume of his presidency covers: his reformist-natured domestic policies; World War I, the Fourteen Points and the League of Nations; and the role of Edith Bolling Wilson in the Wilson Presidency.

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