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  • Doing History from the Bottom Up

    Staughton Lynd challenges academics to see American history through eyes of the poor and working class participants in history.
  • Rank and File

    The trials and tribulations of firebrand union organizers, from the 1930s—1970s, are brought to life here, in their own words.
  • The Case for Socialism

    "Vivid and urgent prose.”--Jeffrey St. Clair

    Mass argues that another world—a socialist world—is possible, one in which people...

  • The Case for Socialism (Updated Edition)

    A clear, bold case for a socialist alternative to democratically meet people's needs here and abroad.
  • Israelis and Palestinians

    A lifelong activist, Moshé Machover's essays, written as an Israeli socialist in solidarity with the Palestinian people, are collected here.
  • Alasdair MacIntyre's Engagement with Marxism

    Although Alasdair MacIntyre is best known today as the author of After Virtue (1981), he was, in the 1950s and 1960s, one of the most erudite...

  • Class Action

    Tens of thousands of ordinary people are willing to take action to defend the right to a public education.
  • The Capitalist Cycle

    Originally published in 1928, this title remains a classic work of Marxist economics.
  • The Petrograd Workers in the Russian Revolution

    Two definitive works on the early days of the Russian Revolution, now collected in one captivating volume.

  • How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America

    Marable offers profound insight into the deeply intertwined problems of race and class in the United States historically and today.
  • Revolutionary Democracy

    Complete with a new introduction, Revolutionary Democracy argues that Marxism, including pre-revolution Bolshevism, has historically been firmly aligned with democracy.
  • I Am Troy Davis

    A riveting eyewitness account of the Davis family's courageous struggle against America's flawed criminal justice system.
  • 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.
  • Time, Capitalism, and Alienation

    Martineau challenges us to see ‘Time’ not as an objective reality, but as something structured by power and property relations.
  • The Long Roots of Formalism in Brazil

    The present studies on Brazilian modern art seek to specify some of the dominant contradictions of capitalism’s combined but uneven development as these appear from the global ‘periphery’.

  • Live Working or Die Fighting

    The two hundred-year story of the global working class and its many struggles for justice.
  • The New Left, National Identity, and the Break-Up of Britain

    Though often seen as marginal, Matthews' engaging analysis shows that national questions were considered crucial by the British New Left.
  • Theory as Critique

    Theory as Critique argues that the key to understanding Marx’s Capital lies in viewing it as a critique of economic theory.

  • Solito, Solita

    They are a mass migration of thousands of young people from Central America, yet each one travels alone: solito, solita.

  • Say it Forward

    A DIY guide for social justice oral history projects.

  • War and an Irish Town

    War and an Irish Town is Eamonn McCann's classic account of growing up Catholic in a Northern Irish ghetto.

  • Marx and Social Justice

    A detailed and comprehensive overview of the ethical, political, and economic foundations of Marx’s theory of social justice in his early and later writings. 

  • In the Shadows of the American Century

    Explores the distinctive instruments of American ascent to global domination and hegemony--including covert intervention, client elites, psychological torture, and surveillance.
  • C. L. R. James and Revolutionary Marxism

    CLR James and Revolutionary Marxism collects some of the most important, but difficult to obtain, articles from the legendary Trinidadian-Marxist.