Scholarship usually represents itself as objective, dispassionate, and politically neutral. This masterful study uses Marx to shatter this picture.
This important study critically assesses the role of the mainstream media in shaping the politics and the popular understanding of the “Greek Crisis.”
This volume seeks to provide new resources for understanding the specificity of historical time by studying the articulation of the real, plural temporalities of mass political action.
A thought-provoking analysis of how internal migration in Gilded Age America undermined collective organizing and workers’ political power.
In a sweeping survey of art from the dawn of the bourgeois era to the present day, John Molyneux explains what makes artistic production under capitalism unique, moving, and possibly revolutionary.
Trotsky makes the case that the rise of Stalinism was not the inevitable consequence of Leninism, but rather its negation.