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  • Organized Labor and the Black Worker, 1619-1981

    A classic, radical history of Black workers' contribution to the American labor movement.
  • The Origin of Capitalism in England 1400-1600

    A spirited defense of Brenner’s thesis about the origins of capitalism in the English countryside based on original archival research.
  • The Origins of Collective Decision Making

    With invaluable insight and poignant analysis, Blunden traces the hidden origins of three paradigms of decision-making: Counsel, Majority, and Consensus.
  • Otto Bauer (1881-1938)

    A stirring, ground breaking, political biography of the most important leader of the Austrian Social Democratic Workers Party’s, Otto Bauer.
  • Ours to Master and to Own

    Capitalism would have us believe we need our bosses. This volume reveals the history of workers who dare to disagree
  • Palante

    Interviews and photographic essays highlight the spirit of the 70's New York-based organization of Puerto Rican radicals, the Young Lords.
  • The Palestine Communist Party 1919-1948

    This is the definitive account of a secular party that forged links between Arabs and Jews.
  • The Paris Commune

    This comprehensive history—based in primary source accounts—of worker’s control in Paris considers historic and contemporary debates on the Commune's legacy
  • The Party

    An inspiring memoir by a leading activist in the antiwar and socialist movement in the 1960s.
  • Party and Class

    These essays show why we need something more than single-issue organizations, movement coalitions, if we are to achieve real change.
  • The Pen and the Sword

    Interviews with the late Edward Said, world-renowned literary scholar, cultural critic, and advocate for Palestinian rights.
  • People Wasn't Made to Burn

    The long-buried story of a Chicagoan's struggle for justice after four of his children perished in a tragic fire.
  • A People's History of Chicago

    Named "Best Chicago Poet" by The Chicago Reader, Kevin Coval channels Howard Zinn to celebrate the Windy City's hidden history.
  • A People's History of Iraq

    Iraqis have a long tradition of fighting against foreign and domestic tyranny. Here is their story.
  • Persistent Inequalities

    Botwinick provocatively shows that competition and technical change often militate against wage equalization, and calls for militant union organization that can once again take wages and working conditions out of capitalist competition.

  • The Petrograd Workers in the Russian Revolution

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

  • Philosophy After Marx

    Marx was among the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. Henning shows he was also the most misinterpreted.
  • The Philosophy of Living Experience

    This is the best introduction to the thought of Bogdanov, a Russian polymath who was a co-founder of the Bolshevik-Party.
  • Pirates and Emperors, Old and New

    A brilliant account of the workings of state terrorism by the world’s foremost critic of U.S. Imperialism.
  • Plebeian Power

    Before becoming Bolivia's vice-president, Álvaro García Linera was one of Latin America's foremost intellectuals. This is his most famous work.
  • Plural Temporality

    In this original and insightful new take on Spinoza, Morfino convincingly argues that materialist philosophers must base themselves on Althusser.
  • Poetry and Protest

    Edited by Aisha Karim and Lee Sustar
    A vital original collection of the interviews, poetry, and essays of the much-loved anti-apartheid leader.
  • Policing A Class Society

    An in-depth critical analysis of how ruling elites use the police institution in order to control communities.
  • The Political Economy of Racism

    A forceful, well-researched historical analysis of racism's roots and its persistence in the institutions of American society.