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  • Mayor 1%

    Lydersen lambasts Chicago's nationally recognized mayor for his obedient endorsement of the devastating austerity agenda set forth by the one-percent.
  • 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.
  • The Ellen Meiksins Wood Reader

    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

    A riveting eyewitness account of the Davis family's courageous struggle against America's flawed criminal justice system.
  • Radical Unionism

    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

    Edited by Costas Lapavitsas
    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

    One of the most succinct and theoretically focused introductions to the thought of Antonio Gramsci available internationally.
  • The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect

    Using Robert Brenner's analysis of capitalism's origins as a framework, Marot examines Soviet attempts at building a post-capitalist society.
  • Leon Trotsky

    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.
  • Schtick

    Poet Kevin Coval offers both tragedy and comedy in this stirring exposition on the Jewish American cultural experience.
  • The Stalinist Legacy

    Edited by Tariq Ali
    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

    Capitalism sews chaos throughout society with crises and wars. In the twenty-first century it has begun feeding on this entropy.