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  • The Dimensions of Hegemony

    In this highly original and engaging text, Craig Brandist unearths the Russian roots of Gramsci’s concept of cultural hegemony.
  • Discovering Imperialism

    From 1898-1916 the leading lights of international marxism debated the nature of imperialism. This volume collects and translates these discussions.
  • Disobedience and Democracy

    Howard Zinn’s cogent defense of civil disobedience.
  • Disposable Domestics

    This classic work sheds light on the lives and struggles of immigrant women domestic workers.
  • The Dispossessed

    The stories of ordinary Colombians displaced by war who are struggling, with dignity, to live.
  • Dissent: Voices of Conscience

    Stories of men and women, who risked careers, reputations, and even freedom for truth.
  • The Doctor and the Saint

    Arundhati Roy examines the persistent inequality in India through an extensive critique of Gandhi's views on race, caste and imperialism.
  • Doing History from the Bottom Up

    Staughton Lynd challenges academics to see American history through eyes of the poor and working class participants in history.
  • Drums of War, Drums of Development

    Challenging dominant accounts of East and Southeast Asian economic development, Jim Glassman shows the extent to which the "East Asian miracle" was shaped by the geopolitics of war and military spending.

  • The Duncan Hallas Reader

    Duncan Hallas was one of the most sophisticated, cultured and erudite Marxists of the 20th century.
  • The Dutch and German Communist Left (1900-1968)

    The most substantial history to date of the famous ‘ultra-left’ tendency within the international Communist movement.
  • Ecology and Socialism

    A timely, well-grounded analysis that reveals an inconvenient truth: we can't save capitalism and save the planet.
  • Economic Nationalism and Globalization

    Szlajfer interprets economic nationalism as a significant world-wide phenomenon intimately linked with the birth, development and crisis of capitalist modernity
  • Ecosocialism

    Revolutionary ideas and strategies to save the planet.
  • Education and Capitalism

    Edited by Jeff Bale and Sarah Knopp
    In this collection teachers from across the country unravel the lies spun about public education by corporate board room “reformers.”
  • El Caso por Socialismo

    Something different—an alternative to capitalism—is desperately needed. But what should replace it?
  • El precio del fuego

    The ongoing clashes between corporate and peoples' power in Bolivia, told with historic and cultural context.
  • Electric Arches

    Original meditations on race, gender, identity, and the joy and pain of growing up, from a distinctive new voice.
  • 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.
  • Emancipation and History

    Emancipation and History assesses critical theory today, focusing on the connection between history and emancipation and on the trends that structure modernity and may lead us beyond it.

  • Emma

    Howard Zinn dramatizes the life of Emma Goldman, the anarchist, feminist, and free-spirited thinker who was exiled from the US.
  • Empires and Walls

    Usually viewed as a symbol of imperial might, Chaichian argues that Walls better fit as signs of an empire's decline.
  • The End of Imagination

    Brings together five of Arundhati Roy's acclaimed books of essays into one comprehensive volume for the first time.
  • Engaging Social Justice

    Edited by David Fasenfest
    As the economic crisis continues, social-movements North and South have arisen to challenge the neo-liberal policies that have immiserated generations.