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  • How Labour Built Neoliberalism

    In this timely and controversial treatment of the Australian labour movement, Humphrys examines the role of the Labour Party and trade unions in constructing neoliberalism in Australia.

  • Intelligent Materialism

    This volume collects the lucid and engaging works of Soviet philosopher Evald Ilyenkov on the topic of Hegel and dialectics

  • Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan

    Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan describe, in their own words, the crimes of war they witnessed.
  • IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq

    In a country torn apart by war, a teenage girl blogs her story of family, friendship, and life under American occupation.
  • The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution

    The story of how China's modern development rests on the tragically supressed struggle for true socialism.
  • Reform, Revolution and Direct Action amongst British Miners

    In this riveting monograph, Ives offers a new perspective on one of the most volatile periods in British labor history.
  • Hybrid Identities

    This book presents studies of types of hybrid identities: transnational, double consciousness, gender, diaspora, and beyond.
  • Bloodstone Cowboy

  • The Game is Not a Game

    An insightful, unapologetic exposé of the intersection of sports, culture, and politics from veteran journalist Robert Scoop Jackson.

  • Apartheid Israel

    Edited by Sean Jacobs and Jon Soske
    Eighteen prominent South African scholars reflect on the analogy between apartheid South Africa and contemporary Israel.
  • Beyond the Green Zone

    The critically acclaimed account of life in Iraq under US occupation with a new afterword.
  • The Will to Resist

    An award-winning journalist tells the hidden story of American soldiers turning against an unjust war.
  • They Were Soldiers

    A reporter’s first-hand, close-up-and-personal look at the impact of our recent wars on America’s unlucky soldiers.
  • Globalization and the Environment

    The articles in this volume examine how the capitalist world-economy impacts the natural world.
  • A Moment on the Clock of the World

    Edited by David Bruin and Melanie Joseph

    Inspired by the twenty-five-year history of New York’s Foundry Theatre, A Moment on the Clock of the World is an anthology of inquiry arising both within and between art and social justice practices.

  • Missing Daddy

    A father and daughter's love cannot be broken even when prison bars separate them.

  • The Postcolonial Orient

    In this incisive and impeccably researched critique of Postcolonialism, Kaiwar argues that subaltern studies itself is marred by orientalism.
  • Before the Next Bomb Drops

    Before the Next Bomb Drops explores the Israeli occupation of Palestine and US militarism through a poetic lens.
  • Black Queer Hoe

    A refreshing, unapologetic intervention into ongoing conversations about the line between sexual freedom and sexual exploitation.
  • America's Got Democracy:

    A humorous put passionate look at the criminal silliness of the U.S. political system.
  • Socialism . . . Seriously

    A funny and accessible introduction to socialism.
  • 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 Underground Church

    In response to the conservative backlash against Vatican II liberal american catholics have rallied to defend its content.
  • Marxism and Sociology

    An essential volume making available in English for the first time the key works of Polish Marxist Sociologist Kazimierz Kelles-Krauz