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  • Song of the Stubborn One Thousand

    An account of the successful strike by mainly Mexican women workers at the largest plant in Watsonville, California.
  • Things that Can and Cannot Be Said

    In this rich dialogue on surveillance, empire, and power, Roy and Cusack describe meeting NSA whistleblower Ed Snowden in Moscow.
  • Demand the Impossible!

    Demand the Impossible is a manifesto for movement-makers and an invitation to join hands and make history together.
  • The Spectre of Babeuf

    Gracchus Babeuf has long been recognized as an important precursor of the revolutionary socialist tradition.
  • This Is Modern Art

    A glimpse into the lives of anonymous graffiti artists that asks us to question the true purpose of art.
  • The End of Imagination

    Brings together five of Arundhati Roy's acclaimed books of essays into one comprehensive volume for the first time.
  • 'Bitter with the Past but Sweet with the Dream'

    An engaging, wide-ranging, and groundbreaking reexamination of the relationship between African American writers and the communist movement in the US.
  • Reading Gramsci

    An illuminating and original collection of essays by Spain’s most famous Gramsci scholar, translated to English for the first time.
  • The Reproductive Bargain

    An insightful analysis of gender relations’ role in the Japanese economy’s transition from unstoppable growth to inescapable stagnation.
  • Settlement Sociology in Progressive Years

    The roots of sociology as a public enterprise for social-reform are restored through early research, teaching and social advocacy.
  • Time, Capitalism, and Alienation

    Martineau challenges us to see ‘Time’ not as an objective reality, but as something structured by power and property relations.
  • Disposable Domestics

    This classic work sheds light on the lives and struggles of immigrant women domestic workers.
  • Europe in Revolt

    A gripping and authoritative account of the uprisings against extreme austerity that have shaken Europe.
  • Lenin's Moscow

    Engaging, page-turning first hand account of the promise of the Russian Revolution.
  • The Long Depression

    A significant new analysis of the current economic crisis by leading Marxist economist, Michael Roberts
  • Brazil's Dance with the Devil (Updated Olympics Edition)

    The leading US commentator on the politics of sports explores the coming Olympics in Brazil.
  • Exoneree Diaries

    An in depth and personal look into the lives of four people wrongfully imprisoned for crimes they didn't commit.
  • 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.
  • Alexander Shlyapnikov, 1885-1937

    The first biography—in any language—of Alexander Shlyapnikov, a leader and founder, along with Kollontai, of the Workers’ Opposition.
  • Art and Value

    Art and Value is the first comprehensive analysis of art's political economy throughout classical, neoclassical and Marxist economics.
  • Cataclysm 1914

    Edited by Alexander Anievas
    This collection argues that the First World War—and its consequences—was perhaps the defining moment of 20th century world-politics.
  • Critical Marxism in Mexico

    A seminal work of interpretation, introducing English speaking readers to two of Mexico’s leading theorists.
  • Degeneration and Revolution

    An important reexamination of the cultural left in Germany during the Weimer period.
  • The Dimensions of Hegemony

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