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  • Holding Fast to an Image of the Past

    Davidson discusses how Marxism can retain a sense of historical tradition without becoming fossilized.
  • How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions?

    A historical defense of the concept of bourgeois revolution, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth.
  • How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions?

    A historical defense of the concept of bourgeois revolution, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth.
  • 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.
  • In Marx's Laboratory

    Edited by Riccardo Bellofiore, Guido Starosta, et al.
    Marx's most widely debated text, the unfinished manuscript the Grundrisse, is here discussed as the laboratory for his mature ideas.
  • The James Connolly Reader

    A stirring collection of James Connolly's most important speeches and writing.
  • 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.
  • Left Americana

    Essays highlighting socialist and left-wing traditions that helped shape US history in the direction of “liberty and justice for all".
  • Leon Trotsky and the Organizational Principles of the Revolutionary Party

    Trotsky’s own words on revolutionary organization, from 1917 to 1940, highlight the dynamics of democratic initiative and principled centralism.
  • The Lost Revolution

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

    Marx in Soho is a brilliant introduction to Marx's life, his analysis of society, and his passion for radical change.
  • Marx in Soho (Audio CD)

    America's leading historian Howard Zinn brings Karl Marx back to life for a new generation.
  • Marx Worldwide

    Examining how Marxism has been received and developed beyond Europe, this work asserts the continuing global relevance of tradition.
  • Marx's Capital Illustrated

    This beginners guide to Capital illustrates the key concepts, humour, and immense vitality to be enjoyed in Marx's great work.
  • Marx's Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism

    Marx is often accused of condemning Capitalism without clearly mapping an alternative. This work sets out to dispute those charges.
  • Marxism and Social Movements

    Edited by Colin Barker, Laurence Cox, et al.
    Exploring struggles on six continents over 150 years, this collection shows the power of Marxism to address broad social movements.
  • Marxism and the Oppression of Women

    Decades after initial publication, Vogel's book remains an essential contribution to the development of a materialist theory of gender oppression.
  • Marxism and the Party

    The question of party organization has been a central concern of Marxists for more than a century.
  • Marxism, Orientalism, Cosmopolitanism

    Erudite, incisive, and innovative, the essays provide an insightful examination of key themes in Middle East and Marxist scholarship.
  • The Meaning of Marxism

    A lively and accessible introduction to the ideas of Karl Marx, with historical and contemporary examples.
  • The Meek and the Militant

    An invaluable critical analysis of how religion shapes politics, encouraging both submission and, at times, revolution.
  • Nation-States

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

    Michael Löwy highlights the cultural, “spiritual,” and ethical dimensions of Marxist thought largely neglected by most of the existing literature.
  • 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.