This essential volume collects the key writings of Austrian Social Democracy on the questions of War, Revolution, and political strategy.
An original and convincing political and philosophical argument that capitalism—even when highly regulated—will always breed massive inequality
Internationally renowned Brazilian critic and art-historian Luiz Renato Martins presents an innovative new account of modern art from David to Abstract Expressionism.
An essential new contribution to the debate about how Marxists should understand the French Revolution
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 is Eamonn McCann's classic account of growing up Catholic in a Northern Irish ghetto.
An expertly selected collection of articles on class, party, and revolution from one of the world’s most important socialist journals
Powerful, provocative narratives of people surviving the devastating affects of life in long term incarceration.
A collection of intimate portraits told directly by people whose lives have been devastated by solitary confinement in America.
The essential writings of one of the most significant Marxist thinkers of recent decades, collected in one volume for the first time
Patricia Frazier’s Graphite is an ode to her grandmother and childhood home, the Ida B. Wells Projects, both which the poet lost to...
A sweeping introduction to the thought of one of the 20th century’s most important Marxist-Humanist philosophers: Raya Dunayevskaya
An important proposal for a rubric by which to measure the freeness of a given society.
Tom Brass takes the lessons drawn by Development Studies and deftly applies them to metropolitan capitalist nations.
Mobilizing Public Sociology combines theory and scholarly perspectives with a grassroots approach to challenges that [email protected] immigrants face in the U.S.
A theoretically rigorous examination of the claims of dependency theory in a world increasingly dominated by regional superpowers.
This accessible, critical history of the U.S. labor movement examines the hidden history of workers' resistance.