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  • Reading Gramsci

    An illuminating and original collection of essays by Spain’s most famous Gramsci scholar, translated to English for the first time.
  • RX Appalachia

    An account of radical responses to the opioid crisis facing women in Central Appalachia.
  • The Palestine Communist Party 1919-1948

    This is the definitive account of a secular party that forged links between Arabs and Jews.
  • Revolution Today

    Susan Buck-Morss highlights new forms of international solidarity and revolutionary subjectivity that can break the impasse of neoliberal capitalism and reactionary nationalism.

  • Marx on Gender and the Family

    Marx has long been accused of not taking women's issues seriously. Heather Brown sets the record straight.
  • The German Revolution, 1917-1923

    A magisterial, definitive account of the upheavals in Germany in the wake of the Russian revolution.
  • The Revolution and the Civil War in Spain

    An outstanding history that shows how a promising workers' movement ended in a fascist victory.
  • Notes from the Middle World

    An acclaimed South African writer, freedom fighter, and artist illuminates the labyrinth of our political present.
  • Class, Culture, and the Agrarian Myth

    Using examples from different historical contexts, this book examines the relationship between class, nationalism, modernity and the agrarian myth.
  • Labor Régime Change in the Twenty-First Century

    Conventional wisdom holds that Capitalism depends on the exploitation of 'free labor.' This volume challenges those ideas.
  • Labour Markets, Identities, Controversies

    Tom Brass takes the lessons drawn by Development Studies and deftly applies them to metropolitan capitalist nations.

  • Revolution and Its Alternatives

    In this apposite study, Tom Brass explores the relationship between the political subject and the politics of the radical right in the absence of class-based projects of the left.

  • War, Capital, and the Dutch State (1588-1795)

    An account of the rise and fall of the Dutch Republic, drawn from original-source material and rich in theoretical insights
  • The Dimensions of Hegemony

    In this highly original and engaging text, Craig Brandist unearths the Russian roots of Gramsci’s concept of cultural hegemony.
  • The Politics of the Precariat

    An innovative reading of the social history of Brazil using the "politics of the precariat" as an analytical vector.

  • Schooling In Capitalist America

    A classic work of radical educational theory and a progressive economic vision of equity and equality in America's schools.
  • The Dutch and German Communist Left (1900-1968)

    The most substantial history to date of the famous ‘ultra-left’ tendency within the international Communist movement.
  • 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.

  • Aftershocks of Disaster

    An in-depth look at Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria and the preexisting crisis that conditioned this historic disaster.

  • Bury My Clothes

    A stirring meditation on violence, race, and the place in art at which they intersect, by poet Roger Bonair-Agard.
  • 101 Changemakers

    101 profiles of social justice leaders that changed the world, made accessible for students in grades 5-9.
  • 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.
  • Criticism of Earth

    Long a topic of debate and discussion, Boer sets the record straight about Marx, Engels, and Religion
  • Criticism of Heaven

    This volume consists of a critical commentary on the interactions between Marxism and theology.