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  • Beyond Liberal Egalitarianism

    An original and convincing political and philosophical argument that capitalism—even when highly regulated—will always breed massive inequality

  • The Conspiracy of Modern Art

    Internationally renowned Brazilian critic and art-historian Luiz Renato Martins presents an innovative new account of modern art from David to Abstract Expressionism.

  • The French Revolution and Historical Materialism

    An essential new contribution to the debate about how Marxists should understand the French Revolution

  • 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.

  • War and an Irish Town

    War and an Irish Town is Eamonn McCann's classic account of growing up Catholic in a Northern Irish ghetto.

  • Class, Party, Revolution

    Edited by Greg Albo, Leo Panitch, et al.
    An expertly selected collection of articles on class, party, and revolution from one of the world’s most important socialist journals
  • The Long Term

    Edited by Alice Kim, Erica Meiners, et al.

    Powerful, provocative narratives of people surviving the devastating affects of life in long term incarceration.

  • Six by Ten

    A collection of intimate portraits told directly by people whose lives have been devastated by solitary confinement in America.

  • World in Crisis

    The most comprehensive empirically based defense of Marx’s law of profitability as the cause of Capitalist crises.

  • On My Way To Liberation

    by H. Melt
    How do you imagine trans liberation while living in a cis world? On My Way To Liberation follows a gender nonconforming body moving through the...
  • Capitalism and Theory: Selected Writings of Michael Kidron

    The essential writings of one of the most significant Marxist thinkers of recent decades, collected in one volume for the first time

  • Black Queer Hoe

    A refreshing, unapologetic intervention into ongoing conversations about the line between sexual freedom and sexual exploitation.
  • Call Them by Their True Names

    Rebecca Solnit unearths the roots of our contemporary crises, countering the despair of our age with a dose of solidarity, creativity, and hope.
  • Citizen Illegal

    Citizen Illegal is a revealing portrait of life as a first generation immigrant, a celebration of Chicano joy, a shout against erasure, and a vibrant re-imagining of Mexican American life.
  • Graphite

    Patricia Frazier’s Graphite is an ode to her grandmother and childhood home, the Ida B. Wells Projects, both which the poet lost to...

  • Marxism and Criminology: A History of Criminal Selectivity

    A thought-provoking survey of the lessons criminologists should learn from Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
  • Marxist Class Theory for a Skeptical World

    A persuasive and thorough response to those fashionable social theorists who challenge both the explanatory and emancipatory power of ‘class.’
  • Russia: From Proletarian Revolution to State-Capitalist Counter-Revolution

    A sweeping introduction to the thought of one of the 20th century’s most important Marxist-Humanist philosophers: Raya Dunayevskaya

  • Identifying a Free Society

    An important proposal for a rubric by which to measure the freeness of a given society.

  • Labour Markets, Identities, Controversies

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

  • Mobilizing Public Sociology

    Mobilizing Public Sociology combines theory and scholarly perspectives with a grassroots approach to challenges that [email protected] immigrants face in the U.S.

  • Sub-Imperalism Revisited

    A theoretically rigorous examination of the claims of dependency theory in a world increasingly dominated by regional superpowers.

  • Subterranean Fire (Updated Edition)

    This accessible, critical history of the U.S. labor movement examines the hidden history of workers' resistance.

  • Women and the American Labor Movement

    A comprehensive account of the women who organized for labor rights and equality from the early factories to the 1970’s.