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  • To the Masses

    Edited by John Riddell
    The proceedings and resolutions of the third congress of the Communist International available in translation for the first time.
  • Toward the United Front

    Edited by John Riddell
    The proceedings of the last congress of the Communist International in which Lenin participated, now at last available in English
  • 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.

  • Max Weber: Modernisation as Passive Revolution

    Originally published in German, this volume makes available in English the definitive Marxist critique of Max Weber’s politics and method.
  • Theories of Ideology

    Theories of Ideology is sure to become the point of reference for all future scholarly attempts to understand ideology.
  • The Politics of Transindividuality

    In this stimulating and wide-ranging study, Jason Read uses the concept of transindividuality to re-examine social relation sand subjectivity.
  • The Bolsheviks Come to Power

    A classic work depicting the early months of the Russian Revolution. With a new introduction for the Revolution's centenary.
  • Europe in Revolt

    A gripping and authoritative account of the uprisings against extreme austerity that have shaken Europe.
  • The Preobrazhensky Papers: Archival Documents and Materials

    The documents in this volume, newly discovered and translated into English for the first time, reveal a previously unknown Preobrazhensky.
  • The American Road to Capitalism

    Most historians assume that American capitalism was either imported or the result of market expansion. Post proves otherwise.
  • Alexandra Kollontai

    Kollotai was a brilliant and passionate defender of the ideals of the Russian revolution and women's liberation.
  • Alexandra Kollontai: Writings from the Struggle

    Never-before translated writings of one of Russia’s most important leaders in the struggle for women’s liberation.

  • State Capitalism, Contentious Politics and Large-Scale Social Change

    Though it never went away, State capitalism is back en-vouge. This book looks at it's role in Europe and Asia.
  • Lessons for Our Struggle

    The healthy growth of the Occupy Wall Street movement depends on a proper understanding of past struggles.
  • From the Vanguard to the Margins

    Mark Pittaway was the pre-eminent historian of contemporary Hungary. This volume collects his most important work.
  • The Missionary, the Catechist and the Hunter

    An engaging, well researched examination of the role played by Protestantism in the Danish colonization of Greenland
  • Extractive Imperialism in the Americas

    In this wide-ranging volume two leading scholars of the region critically examine the new extractive-imperialism bearing down on the Americas
  • Power and Resistance

    Two of the left’s most important academics analyze the politics and economics of US imperialism’s relationship with Latin America.
  • Human Rights, Hegemony, and Utopia in Latin America

    In their stirring analysis Pérez-Bustillo and Hernández Mares explore the evolving relationship between hegemonic and counter-hegemonic visions of human rights.
  • 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 United States, Southeast Asia, and Historical Memory

    Exposes the horrifying criminality of United States policy in Indochina during the Vietnam war.
  • The Ellen Meiksins Wood Reader

    Covering Wood's scholarship in various fields, this reader serves as an introduction to one of the most important contemporary Marxists.
  • Culture, Power, and History

    Theoretical meditations and empirical studies of the intersection of culture, power and history in social life.
  • Marx and the Politics of Abstraction

    Paolucci convincingly argues that by mixing political and scientific analysis, Marx yields a method closest to that of scientific inquiry.