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  • An Interdisciplinary Theory of Activity

    An immanent critique of Cultural-Historical Activity Theory, the pschychology originating from Lev Vygotsky
  • Profitable Ideas

    O'Flynn demonstrates the way that liberal ideas have served the interests of capitalist development from their very beginning.
  • Social Change, Resistance and Social Practices

    From post-Katrina struggles to Muslim women refusing to unveil, the logic of a new generation of protest is emerging
  • Western Europe, Eastern Europe and World Development 13th-18th Centuries

    Edited by Jean Batou and Henryk Szlajfer
    Collected together, and in many cases translated, for the first time, this volume contains the key essays of Marian Malowist
  • Autoworkers Under the Gun

    In an industry under constant attack, a veteran autoworker offers his take on the collapse of the American Dream.
  • 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 Revolutionary Ideas of Karl Marx

    An accessible, enlightening, and compelling introduction to Karl Marx's ideas, with an emphasis on their enduring relevance.
  • Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959

    One of the Cuban Revolution's most informed and insightful historians assesses -- from the left -- its impact and legacy.
  • The United States of Fear

    With piercing wit and brutal insight, Tom Engelhardt tours the future ruins of the American empire.
  • Theory As History

    Forty years of research in historiography and marxism focused on the concept of 'modes of production.'
  • The False Prophets of Peace

    This critique of Left Zionism argues a Jewish-only state cannot offer peace or justice for Palestinians
  • On History

    In a wide-ranging conversation, filmmaker Oliver Stone and writer Tariq Ali discuss world history from the seventh century to today.
  • "¡Nos Quitan Nuestros Trabajos!"

    This timely and accessible guide debunks the twenty-one biggest myths and stereotypes in today's immigration debate.
  • Rich People Things

    Keeping up with the American elite can be tiring. This is the layman's guide to how the wealthy maintain control.
  • Schooling In Capitalist America

    A classic work of radical educational theory and a progressive economic vision of equity and equality in America's schools.
  • Too Many People?

    An evocative and well-documented refutation of the idea that overpopulation is at the root of our many environmental problems today.
  • A Time to Die

    The essential first hand account of the Attica Prison rebellion, back in print for the 40th anniversary of the uprising
  • L-vis Lives!

    L-vis Lives! in this poetic novella on the collision of race, art, and appropriation in American culture.
  • Kivalina

    While corporate funded science continues to deny climate change, one native village is already facing total destruction at its hands.
  • Palante

    Interviews and photographic essays highlight the spirit of the 70's New York-based organization of Puerto Rican radicals, the Young Lords.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Witness to the German Revolution

    In 1923 history stood at a cross roads. Serge unapologetically lent his pen to those fighting for international workers' revolution.
  • 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