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  • Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959

    One of the Cuban Revolution's most informed and insightful historians assesses -- from the left -- its impact and legacy.
  • The Cuban Revolution as Socialist Human Development

    Already examined from many angles, this is an attempt to analyze the Cuban revolution as a model of socialist-human development.
  • Culture and Resistance

  • The Culture of People's Democracy

    The first volume in an effort to make available to an english speaking audience the full breadth of Luckács work
  • Culture of Terrorism

    This scathing critique of US political culture is a brilliant analysis of the Iran-Contra scandal.
  • Culture, Power, and History

    Theoretical meditations and empirical studies of the intersection of culture, power and history in social life.
  • Debord, Time and Spectacle

    A detailed philosophical study of the theoretical work of Guy Debord and the Situationist International that helps to uncover a philosophy of praxis that remains useful today.

  • The Debt System

    This compelling, provocative, and accessible volume offers a rejoinder to the prevailing wisdom that views debt as holy writ.

  • Degeneration and Revolution

    An important reexamination of the cultural left in Germany during the Weimer period.
  • Deliverance from Slavery

    Deliverance from slavery was a central concern of Biblical verse. Boer aims to reclaim this focus for today's struggles.
  • Demand the Impossible!

    Demand the Impossible is a manifesto for movement-makers and an invitation to join hands and make history together.
  • Democracy at Work

    A new manifesto for gaining democratic control of our workplaces.
  • The Democrats

    "A smart, readable history of the Democrats that reminds us of the party's allegiance to capital."—Indypendent


  • The Destiny of Modern Societies

    Elaborating on the Weberian method, Milan Zafirovski reveals that Calvinism's influence on America stretches far beyond free market capitalism
  • Detroit: I Do Mind Dying

    Black autoworkers fight back against exploitation and oppression on the shop floors in the '60s and '70s.
  • Development and Democracy: Relations in Conflict

    Development and Democracy: Relations in Conflict examines the conflicting relations between technological development and democracy as they unfold in a new and ever more challenging environment.

     

  • Developmentalist Cities?

    Bringing together inter-disciplinary research into the subject of urban developmentalism, this indispensable collection fills gaps in research on both East Asian developmentalism and urbanization.

  • The Dialectic of Position and Maneuver

    An illuminating examination of the role that the metaphors ‘war of position’ and ‘war of maneuver’ play in Gramsci’s theory.
  • Dialectic of Solidarity

    A unique, multidimensional view of the political imagination of the American worker during World War II.
  • The Dialectical Meaning of Offshored Work

    A thoughtful analysis of the developing interplay between post-socialist European communities and Western neoliberal actors.

  • A Dialectical Pedagogy of Revolt

    Creatively weaving insights from Gramsci and Vygotsky, this volume offers a unique perspective on the Egyptian Revolution.
  • The Dialectics of Art

    In a sweeping survey of art from the dawn of the bourgeois era to the present day, John Molyneux explains what makes artistic production under capitalism unique, moving, and possibly revolutionary.

  • Dialectics of the Ideal

    Edited by Alex Levant and Vesa Oittinen
    Activity Theory and 'Creative' Soviet-Marxism are still overlocked by contemporary theorists. This volume is a correction to this tragic omission.
  • The Dialectics of the Religious and the Secular

    Edited by Michael R. Ott
    The contemporary world is riven by antagonisms between the religious and secular realms of society. But is this tension necessary?