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  • Justice in Everyday Life

    Edited by Howard Zinn
    Howard Zinn’s book on the way justice really works in the U.S
  • Marx in Soho

    Marx in Soho is a brilliant introduction to Marx's life, his analysis of society, and his passion for radical change.
  • Postwar America

    Howard Zinn’s unique take on this vital period in U.S. history.
  • The Southern Mystique

    Howard Zinn examines the politics of the South and his own experiences there.
  • Vietnam

    Zinn’s compelling case against the Vietnam War
  • Behind the Crisis

    Many academics have dismissed Marx's ideas because of his obscure method of inquiry.
    This book goes firmly against that current.
  • Covert Racism

    Edited by Rodney D. Coates
    Covert racism, subtle in application, often appears hidden by norms of association, affiliation, group membership and/or identity.
  • Crisis of Capitalism

    Taking capitalism as a world system for his starting point, Vasapollo illustrates our economic system's contradictions and tendency toward crisis.
  • Criticism of Theology

    Roland Boer draws on a vast depth of scholarly knowledge to reclaim the rich contribution of Marxism to theological studies
  • European Bloc Imperialism

    Debates on contemporary imperialism have focused on the U.S., to the exclusion of E.U. countries, this book corrects these trends
  • Fair and Affordable Housing in the US

    An analysis of the origins, nature, and direction of attacks lodged against fair and affordable housing policy in the U.S.
  • Globalization, Violence and World Governance

    International law has failed to promote and protect the rights of society in the face of the neoliberal agenda
  • In the Steps of Rosa Luxemburg

    Long maligned by scholars of Communist history, this volume lets Paul Levi's writings during the German Revolution speak for themselves.
  • Marx and the Politics of Abstraction

    Paolucci convincingly argues that by mixing political and scientific analysis, Marx yields a method closest to that of scientific inquiry.
  • Neoliberalism?s Fractured Showcase

    Edited by Ximena de la Barra
    Neoliberalism has dominated Chile for 35 consecutive years. In this collection prominent Chilean experts assess its impact and offer alternatives.
  • Religion and the New Atheism

    Scholars from a diverse array of disciplines critically appraise the intellectual fad championed by Richard Dawkins and his co-thinkers.
  • State Capitalism, Contentious Politics and Large-Scale Social Change

    Though it never went away, State capitalism is back en-vouge. This book looks at it's role in Europe and Asia.
  • Weaving Transnational Solidarity

    Weaving Transnational Solidarity traces the threads of social justice spun by international activists stretching from Chiapas to the Catskills
  • Detroit: I Do Mind Dying

    Black autoworkers fight back against exploitation and oppression on the shop floors in the '60s and '70s.
  • Monsters of the Market

    Everywhere the Market goes it spawns monsters in its wake. From Frankenstein, to Zombies, McNally analyzes these creatures of Capitalism.
  • How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions?

    A historical defense of the concept of bourgeois revolution, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth.
  • African Struggles Today

    This groundbreaking analysis examines the gains, contradictions, and frustrations of twenty-first century prodemocracy struggles across Southern Africa
  • How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions?

    A historical defense of the concept of bourgeois revolution, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth.
  • Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire

    Islamophobia examines the origins of the ongoing assault on Muslims and Arabs in the U.S., and the "war on terror"