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  • 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.

  • Revolutions

    Revolutions is a unique collection of rare photographs documenting some of the most important revolutionary upheavals, from the 1871 Paris Commune to the Zapatista rebellion of the 1990s.

  • The Torture Machine

    A lawyer for the people, Flint Taylor has spent nearly fifty years fighting for justice, from the courtrooms of Cook County to the US Supreme Court.

  • Digging Our Own Graves

    This fully updated edition of a classic work from one of the leading scholars of Appalachia documents a community 's struggle against the deadly black lung disease.

  • On Edward Said

    An intimate intellectual, political and personal portrait of Edward Said, one of the 20th centuries' leading public intellectuals.

  • We Still Here

    In the midst of loss and death and suffering, our charge is to figure out what freedom really means—and how we take steps to get there.

  • Text Messages: or How I Found Myself Time Traveling

    Text Messages is a survival guide for our anxious age from Iraqi-Canadian rapper and multi-media artist Yassin 'Narcy ' Alsalman.

  • Milagro

    Penelope Alegria's Milagro is a retracing of parental lineage, a recount of the stories that course through the veins of family. The...

  • Night Thoughts

    Writer and actor Wallace Shawn's probing, honest, and self-critical take on civilization and its discontents.

  • Can't Pay, Won't Pay

    A Powerful Guide to Action for People in Debt.

  • Black Power Afterlives

    A powerful and wide-ranging collection examining the persistent impact of the Black Panther Party on subsequent liberation struggles.

  • The Brother You Choose

    Former Black Panthers Paul Coates and Eddie Conway discuss lives, politics, and their friendship that helped Eddie survive decades in prison.

  • How We Go Home

    Edited by Sara Sinclair

    How We Go Home shares contemporary Indigenous stories in the long and ongoing fight to protect Native land and life.

  • Azadi

    From the best-selling author of My Seditious Heart and the Ministry of Utmost Happiness, a new and pressing dispatch from the heart of the crowd and the solitude of the writer's desk. 

  • Dying for an iPhone

    by Jenny Chan, Pun Ngai, et al.

    A harrowing look at the lives and struggles of a new generation of Chinese workers confronting the Apple-Foxconn empire and the Chinese state.

  • Stardust to Stardust: Reflections on Living and Dying

    One of the 21st century's most brilliant sociologists confronts his own mortality.

  • A People's Guide to Capitalism: An Introduction to Marxist Economics

    A lively, accessible, and timely guide to Capitalism for those who want to understand and dismantle the world of the 1%

  • A Brief History of Commercial Capitalism

    Spanning centuries and continents, this short work fundamentally reconfigures our view of the rise of capitalism on the world stage.

  • Long Shot

    Black-balled NBA champion explores the challenges and rewards of using a celebrity platform to stand up against racism and exploitation.

  • The Tragedy of American Science

    A compelling and timely account of the corruption, corporatization, and militarization of science in the United States.

  • Berkeley

    Brimming with lessons still relevant for today's activists, Berkeley: The Student Revolt is a classic of on-the-ground historical reportage.

  • The Selected Works of Eugene V. Debs Volume II

    Eugene V. Debs Selected Works will provide activists and scholars with a definitive trove of his best work that remains readable, informative, and inspiring.

     

  • RX Appalachia

    An account of radical responses to the opioid crisis facing women in Central Appalachia.
  • Blood and Money

    Blood and Money tells the story of money as a history of violence and human bondage.