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  • The Government of Time

    This volume seeks to provide new resources for understanding the specificity of historical time by studying the articulation of the real, plural temporalities of mass political action. 

  • Plural Temporality

    In this original and insightful new take on Spinoza, Morfino convincingly argues that materialist philosophers must base themselves on Althusser.
  • Marx's Capital and Hegel's Logic

    Edited by Fred Moseley and Tony Smith
    Marxist economists and philosophers debate the impact of Hegel on Marx, and the insights gained by reading Hegel through Marx.
  • Marx's Economic Manuscript of 1864-1865

    Edited by Fred Moseley
    With this volume, Marxist scholars can finally compare Engels’s Volume III with Marx’s original manuscript and evaluate the differences.
  • Money and Totality

    Correcting a longstanding misinterpretation, Moseley argues that there is no ‘transformation problem’ in Marx’s economic theory.
  • George Orwell Illustrated

    George Orwell’s story told in full, with a light touch and copious illustrations.
  • Confronting Injustice

    Urgent and powerful call to build the mass movements necessary to overcome global climate & save the planet.
  • Against Apartheid

    A timely and incisive handbook that argues academic boycott is a vital component of the struggle against Israeli Apartheid
  • The Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party, 1899-1904

    Edited by Richard Mullin
    Everyone has read Lenin’s ‘What is to Be Done.’ Now everyone can read the contributions of his political interlocutors.
  • Assata Taught Me

    Incisive analysis of the history and politics of Black liberation struggle by radical scholar Donna Murch
  • Revolution and Counterrevolution

    An exciting contribution to the discussion about class and the Russian Revolution.
  • The Mismeasure of Wealth

    A wide-ranging collection of essays dealing with Marx's key insights in political economy and the historical materialist method
  • Badass Teachers Unite!

    Mark Naison exposes how dominant Education Reform policies destabilize low income communities.
  • War on War

    World War One divided the socialist movement internationally: collaboration or resistance? Here is the resisters' story.
  • The Old Man

    The classic historical biography reissued for the 150th anniversary of John Brown's celebrated uprising against slavery.
  • Urban Revolt

    Edited by Immanuel Ness, Trevor Ngwane, et al.
    Through detailed case studies, Urban Revolt unravels the potential and limitations of urban social movements on an international level.
  • Unveiling the French Republic

    In Unveiling the French Republic, Nilsson uses his analysis of the Veil Affairs to critique the misuse of secular ideology to justify religious intolerance and mask ethnic prejudice.

  • Critical Practice from Voltaire to Foucault, Eagleton and Beyond

    This volume aims to answer why so much 'critical' intellectual activity can be done with so little impact.
  • Critique of Rationality

    A fascinating rectification for the distortion of technical necessity in Western Society due to unbridled instrumental reason.
  • Revolution in Seattle

    Blow-by-blow, an eyewitness account of a hidden chapter in labor history: the Seattle General Strike of 1919.
  • Weaving Transnational Solidarity

    Weaving Transnational Solidarity traces the threads of social justice spun by international activists stretching from Chiapas to the Catskills
  • Profitable Ideas

    O'Flynn demonstrates the way that liberal ideas have served the interests of capitalist development from their very beginning.
  • Considering Class

    Edited by Deirdre O'Neill and Mike Wayne

    Considering Class shows why the process of reconstructing class consciousness must take place on the terrain of cultural and subjective formation where everyday values, habits and media practices are in play.

  • The Practical Essence of Man

    This book depicts in detail the rise and fall of a remarkable phenomenon in Soviet Marxism: ‘The Activity Approach.’