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  • Marx's Theory of the Genesis of Money

    In this volume, Kuruma analyses Marx's approach to the commodity and money in the first two chapters of Capital, vol I., including a discussion of the theory of the value-form and other important theoretical questions posed by Marx.

     

  • 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.

  • Beyond Marx and Other Entries

    Beyond Marx and Other Entries explores everything from semiotics, economics, anthropology, sociology, history, philosophy and political science, to Franz Kafka's literary works.

  • The Class Strikes Back

    The Class Strikes Back examines case studies of twenty-first-century workers’ struggles from both the Global North and South, highlighting the stories of workers fighting to organize and join democratic and independent unions.

  • Cooperativism and Democracy

    Cooperativism and Democracy contains a selection of texts in socio-political thought focusing on Polish cooperativism which make an important contribution to the debate over the relationship of contemporary economics and politics.

     

  • Debord, Time and Spectacle

    A detailed philosophical study of the theoretical work of Guy Debord and the Situationist International that helps to uncover a philosophy of praxis that remains useful today.

  • 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. 

  • Marxists in the Face of Fascism

    Edited by David Beetham

    An unparalleled documentation of the most important Marxist analyses of fascism and the struggle to resist it.

  • The Popular Front Novel in Britain, 1934-1940

    This book explores the cultural formation of the anti-fascist Popular Front strategy in Britain and proposes a new framework for reading British fiction of this period.
  • Twenty-First Century Inequality & Capitalism

    Twenty-First Century Inequality & Capitalism collects critiques of Thomas Piketty’s 2014 book from different perspectives, such as those of critical theory, global political economy or public sociology, drawing on the work of Marx or the Marxist tradition.

  • Say it Forward

    A DIY guide for social justice oral history projects.

  • The February Revolution, Petrograd, 1917

    A timely reassessment and detailed history of the epic uprising that toppled the tsarist monarchy and ushered in the next stage of the Russian Revolution.

  • A Jewish Communist in Weimar Germany

    A riveting biography of one of German Communism's most important, if little studied rank and file leaders.

  • 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.

  • Selected Essays of Nigel Harris

    The key works of one of the most prolific and insightful Marxist economists of the second half of the twentieth century.

  • The Petrograd Workers in the Russian Revolution

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

  • Responses to Marx's Capital

    The essential collection of early documents—most translated for the first time—responding to Karl Marx’s Capital

  • Leaflets of the Russian Revolution

    New translations of the most important documents from socialist parties, soviets, and worker militias in Petrograd during 1917

  • The Long Honduran Night

    A story of resistance, repression, and US policy in Honduras in the aftermath of a violent military coup.

  • Art History as Social Praxis

    The key writings of one of the most important and unorthodox Marxists to study modern art.

  • Crisis and Sequels

    Edited by Martin Thomas

    This volume brings together contributions which take up the key debates regarding the economic crash of 2007–8 and its sequels.

     

  • Emancipation and History

    Emancipation and History assesses critical theory today, focusing on the connection between history and emancipation and on the trends that structure modernity and may lead us beyond it.

  • Frostlands

    It’s 2051, and Arcadia is under attack. As the stand-alone sequel to Splinterlands begins, the sustainable compound in what was once Vermont is on high alert.

  • Milwaukee Avenue

    “Milwaukee Avenue” is Kevin Coval's longest single poem, inspired by Frank O'Hara's “Second Avenue.” It wrestles with what...