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The Ellen Meiksins Wood Reader
Ellen Meiksins Wood
Covering Wood's scholarship in various fields, this reader serves as an introduction to one of the most important contemporary Marxists.
Lineages of Revolt
In this illuminating and original work, Adam Hanieh demonstrates that the Arab Spring rebellions are about much more than democracy
Marx on Gender and the Family
Marx has long been accused of not taking women's issues seriously. Heather Brown sets the record straight.
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.
I Am Troy Davis
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A riveting eyewitness account of the Davis family's courageous struggle against America's flawed criminal justice system.
Though often seen as opposing ideas, Darlington engagingly traces the entwined legacy of revolutionary syndicalism and the communist movement.
Criticism of Earth
Long a topic of debate and discussion, Boer sets the record straight about Marx, Engels, and Religion
Financialization in Crisis
Bringing together well-known political-economists this volume puts the crisis into perspective by analyzing the domestic and international aspects of financialisation.
Gramsci's Political Thought
Carlos Nelson Coutinho
One of the most succinct and theoretically focused introductions to the thought of Antonio Gramsci available internationally.
The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect
John Eric Marot
Using Robert Brenner's analysis of capitalism's origins as a framework, Marot examines Soviet attempts at building a post-capitalist society.
This illustrated introduction's irreverent cartoons will amuse readers, and surprise them with its sophisticated portrait of Trotsky's life and works.
9.5 Theses on Art and Class
Ben Davis draws the curtain back on the contemporary art world to assail its commodified roots.
Prelude to Revolution
A riveting eye-witness account of the 1968 Paris student-worker revolt that shook France and threatened the very roots of capitalism.
More than an Athlete
In this, his first collection of poems, Etan Thomas defies the stereotype of the a-political athlete.
Bury My Clothes
A stirring meditation on violence, race, and the place in art at which they intersect, by poet Roger Bonair-Agard.
Poet Kevin Coval offers both tragedy and comedy in this stirring exposition on the Jewish American cultural experience.
The Stalinist Legacy
Tariq Ali, Isaac Deutscher, Ernest Mandel, and others analyze the nature of Stalinism, and its continuing impact on world politics.
On Changing the World
Michael Löwy highlights the cultural, “spiritual,” and ethical dimensions of Marxist thought largely neglected by most of the existing literature.
Until My Freedom Has Come
A collection of authoritative essays mapping Kashmir's turbulent past, present, and possible futures.
The Age of Knowledge
This volume argues that to understand knowledge itself requires analyzing the social and historical context from which said knowledge springs.
The Cuban Revolution as Socialist Human Development
Already examined from many angles, this is an attempt to analyze the Cuban revolution as a model of socialist-human development.
The Entropy of Capitalism
Robert Biel M
Capitalism sews chaos throughout society with crises and wars. In the twenty-first century it has begun feeding on this entropy.
Labor Régime Change in the Twenty-First Century
Conventional wisdom holds that Capitalism depends on the exploitation of 'free labor.' This volume challenges those ideas.
Neoliberalism and National Culture
Despite many claims to the contrary, Québec and Canada demonstrate the continued importance of state institutional authority, even under Neoliberalism