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Socialism & Marxism
  • Revolutionary Democracy

    Complete with a new introduction, Revolutionary Democracy argues that Marxism, including pre-revolution Bolshevism, has historically been firmly aligned with democracy.
  • Althusser and Theology

    Edited by Agon Hamza
    A major contribution to Althusser scholarship, as well as to our understanding of the Left’s relation to religion and theology.
  • Antonio Gramsci

    This engrossing political biography aims to lift Gramsci’s legacy out of the sterile debates that have endured since his death.
  • C. L. R. James and Revolutionary Marxism

    CLR James and Revolutionary Marxism collects some of the most important, but difficult to obtain, articles from the legendary Trinidadian-Marxist.
  • Otto Bauer (1881-1938)

    A stirring, ground breaking, political biography of the most important leader of the Austrian Social Democratic Workers Party’s, Otto Bauer.
  • The Red International of Labour Unions (RILU) 1920 - 1937

    The first major scholarly account of one of the international communist movement’s most important organizations.
  • Revolutionary Studies

    Explores relevance of Marxism to emancipatory politics through critical examination of core concepts and key twentieth-century revolutionary figures and movements.
  • Trotsky on Lenin

    Combining Young Lenin and On Lenin in one volume, this is a fascinating political biography by fellow revolutionary Leon Trotsky.
  • The History of Italian Marxism

    A compelling analysis of how Marx's ideas were received in Italy from the 1860s through the First World War
  • Landscape Between Ideology and the Aesthetic

    An extraordinary collection of pieces from the three plus decade career of one of Britain’s most important Marxist art-historians.
  • Marx Worldwide

    Examining how Marxism has been received and developed beyond Europe, this work asserts the continuing global relevance of tradition.
  • Revolution, Defeat and Theoretical Underdevelopment

    A wide-ranging and critical examination of twentieth-century revolutionary movements across four major ideological traditions and countries.
  • Fighting Fascism

    Clara Zetkin’s report and resolution on fascism at the June 1923 enlarged plenum of the Communist International’s Executive Committee.
  • Why Bad Governments Happen to Good People

    A sharp-witted indictment of our broken political system and a vision for a socialist alternative that is truly by and for the people.
  • The Lost Revolution

    Without understanding the defeat of the German Revolution, the great barbarisms that swept Europe in the 1930s cannot be understood.
  • Marxism and the Party

    The question of party organization has been a central concern of Marxists for more than a century.
  • The Bolsheviks Come to Power

    A classic work depicting the early months of the Russian Revolution. With a new introduction for the Revolution's centenary.
  • How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions? (Abridged Edition)

    The globalized economy of the present is the result of political and social revolutions directed against pre-capitalist economic structures.
  • Left Americana

    Essays highlighting socialist and left-wing traditions that helped shape US history in the direction of “liberty and justice for all".
  • Trotskyism in the United States

    Edited by George Breitman, Paul Le Blanc, et al.
    An outstanding set of informative essays, providing an unsurpassed account of the dynamic revolutionary socialist current known as American Trotskyism.
  • The Spectre of Babeuf

    Gracchus Babeuf has long been recognized as an important precursor of the revolutionary socialist tradition.
  • Returns of Marxism

    Edited by Sara R Farris
    Inspiring and thoroughly researched collection of contemporary Marxist essays that engage the struggle of our times.
  • From Marx to Gramsci

    Edited by Paul Le Blanc
    A comprehensive course in the contributions of key figures to the Marxist tradition.
  • Nation-States

    Davidson argues that a Marxist understanding of the meaning of contemporary nation-states must begin from the inseparable connections between them.