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  • Witness to the German Revolution

    In 1923 history stood at a cross roads. Serge unapologetically lent his pen to those fighting for international workers' revolution.
  • The Party

    An inspiring memoir by a leading activist in the antiwar and socialist movement in the 1960s.
  • The Meek and the Militant

    An invaluable critical analysis of how religion shapes politics, encouraging both submission and, at times, revolution.
  • 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.
  • Women and Socialism (Revised and Updated Edition)

    A socialist perspective on women's oppression and liberation, exploring the connection between women's rights and equality for all.
  • Detroit: I Do Mind Dying

    Black autoworkers fight back against exploitation and oppression on the shop floors in the '60s and '70s.
  • The Gramscian Moment

    Though claimed by disparate schools of thought, Peter Thomas shows Gramsci is best understood as deepening the classical Marxist tradition.
  • 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.
  • Trotsky on Lenin

    Combining Young Lenin and On Lenin in one volume, this is a fascinating political biography by fellow revolutionary Leon Trotsky.
  • 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.
  • Fighting Fascism

    Clara Zetkin’s report and resolution on fascism at the June 1923 enlarged plenum of the Communist International’s Executive Committee.
  • 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.