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  • War Without End

    Michael Schwartz gets behind the headlines, revealing the real dynamics of the Iraq debacle and its legacy.
  • 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
  • Warped

    With same-sex marriage now a national right, this timely volume insists on the continuation of the struggle for LGBT rights.
  • The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism

    Analyzes U.S. policy in Latin America, Asia, and Africa media and the role of the media in misreporting these policies.
  • We Cannot Escape History

    The latest collection of essays from the Deutscher Prize winning Marxist scholar, Neil Davidson.
  • Weaving Transnational Solidarity

    Weaving Transnational Solidarity traces the threads of social justice spun by international activists stretching from Chiapas to the Catskills
  • Welcome to the Terrordome

    The nation's sharpest sportswriter explores the contested politics of sports and profiles athletes making change.
  • Welcoming Ruin

    The first full-length study of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and its afterlives.

  • 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
  • Western Marxism and the Soviet Union

    A wide-ranging survey of debates within Marxism about the Soviet Union in the twentieth century.
  • What is the Real Marxist Tradition?

    Trotsky makes the case that the rise of Stalinism was not the inevitable consequence of Leninism, but rather its negation.

  • What Went Wrong? The Nicaraguan Revolution

    An indispensable reexamination of the failures of the Nicaraguan Revolution, by one of the most important Marxist-historians of Latin America.
  • What's My Name, Fool?

    Edgeofsports.com sportswriter Dave Zirin provides a no-holds-barred commentary on the personalities and politics of American sports.
  • "When the Welfare People Come"

    Analyzes the history of the U.S. child welfare system and its implications today, offering ideas for reform and building solidarity.
  • When Workers Shot Back

    When Workers Shot Back argues that the escalation of working-class conflict drives rather than reacts to capital's consolidation and reorganisation.

  • The Whiskey of our Discontent

    Reflections on the profound influence of poet, educator, and social activist Gwendolyn Brooks through examinations of her life and work.
  • White Bred

    White Bred, with sharp arguments, backed-up by groundbreaking research, masterully demonstrates how and why white-supremacist citadels of power, prestige, and wealth are inaccessible to most white people.

  • Who Do You Serve, Who Do You Protect?

    Edited by Joe Macaré, Maya Schenwar, et al.
    Explores the reality of US police violence against Black, Brown and Indigenous communities.
  • Whose Story Is This?

    New feminist essays for the #MeToo era from the international best-selling author of Men Explain Things to Me and the forthcoming memoir Recollections of My Nonexistence.

  • Why Bad Governments Happen to Good People

    A sharp-witted indictment of our broken political system and a vision for a socialist alternative that is truly by and for the people.
  • Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy

    Edited by William A Pelz
    Key writings and speeches by one of the major figures of the labor movement of the 19th century.
  • The Will to Resist

    An award-winning journalist tells the hidden story of American soldiers turning against an unjust war.
  • Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan

    Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan describe, in their own words, the crimes of war they witnessed.
  • Winter Soldiers

    The story of the soldiers who spoke their conscience and helped end the war in Vietnam.