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  • The Revolutionary Marxism of Antonio Gramsci

    In this wide-ranging and engaging evaluation of Gramsci’s political thought, Rosengraten focuses on the Sardinian’s legacy and lasting influence.
  • Lenin's Moscow

    Engaging, page-turning first hand account of the promise of the Russian Revolution.
  • Beyond Marx

    A wide ranging and deeply engaged examination of the role slaves and unfree workers play in the global capitalist economy.
  • Marxism in a Lost Century

    The first political and intellectual biography of the founder of the American version of council communism, Paul Mattick
  • On the Road to Global Labour History

    Edited by Karl Heinz Roth

    A comprehensive overview of the discipline of global labour history, including wide-ranging case studies which take into account the local, regional, and continental processes of the working class.

  • Capitalism

    With anger and compassion, Roy exposes the sordid underbelly and dark inhumanity of capitalism in India and around the globe.
  • The Doctor and the Saint

    Arundhati Roy examines the persistent inequality in India through an extensive critique of Gandhi's views on race, caste and imperialism.
  • The End of Imagination

    Brings together five of Arundhati Roy's acclaimed books of essays into one comprehensive volume for the first time.
  • Field Notes on Democracy

    This paperback edition features a new introduction discussing the election of India’s new prime minister Narendra Modi.
  • My Seditious Heart

    In constant conversation with the themes and settings of her novels, the essays form a near-unbroken memoir of Arundhati Roy’s journey as both a writer and a citizen, of both India and the world, from "The End of Imagination", which begins this book, to 'Azadi', with which it ends.

  • Things that Can and Cannot Be Said

    In this rich dialogue on surveillance, empire, and power, Roy and Cusack describe meeting NSA whistleblower Ed Snowden in Moscow.
  • Capitalism and Disability

    This book comprises a collection of groundbreaking writings by Marta Russell on the nature of disability and oppression under capitalism.

  • Culture and Resistance

  • Uncivil Rites

    Salaita’s controversial firing by the University of Illinois provoked a national conversation about academic freedom and the question of Palestine.
  • A People's History of Iraq

    Iraqis have a long tradition of fighting against foreign and domestic tyranny. Here is their story.
  • Labor Conflict and Capitalist Hegemony in Argentina

    A compelling case study of the impacts of Neoliberalism on Argentina’s auto industry.
  • Subordinated Development

    Focusing on the processes of accumulation, concentration, and centralisation of capital, Rubens Sawaya traces the transnationalisation of capital and its impact on Latin America and Brazil

  • Yellow Earth

    Rich layers of shale oil are discovered under Yellow Earth, North Dakota and the neighboring Three Nations Indian reservation. All hell breaks loose.

  • Blackwater (Espanol)

    The New York Times bestseller and scathing expose now in Spanish for the first time.
  • Politics of Precarity

    A study of precarity as both a condition and a mobilizing force for resistance in migrant communities across the globe
  • Trouble in the University

    In this incisive critique of corruption throughout higher education, Schwartz draws on extensive research into New Jersey’s University of Medicine.
  • War Without End

    Michael Schwartz gets behind the headlines, revealing the real dynamics of the Iraq debacle and its legacy.
  • Building Global Labor Solidarity in a Time of Accelerating Globalization

    Edited by Kim Scipes
    Uniting the global North and South in the struggle for a more just world for all workers.
  • The Democrats

    "A smart, readable history of the Democrats that reminds us of the party's allegiance to capital."—Indypendent