Geoff Barton chooses resources

8th June 2007 at 01:00

Politics: Cutting through the Crap by Bali Rai (Walker Books pound;5.99). Hilarious and knowingly partisan. Sixth-form general studies students and the debating society will love it.

Website Committed to disseminating the benefits of a united Europe, it's packed with resources and talking points.


Developing Citizens edited by Tony Breslin and Barry Dufour (Hodder Murray pound;25). Of interest at all levels, another book accompanies the DfES-sponsored Making Sense of Citizenship. Its message is well-taught citizenship is active, engaging and powerful.

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