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  • Reading Revolution

    Shakespeare's work gives hope and inspiration to the political prisoners held on apartheid South Africa's infamous Robben Island.
  • Come Hell or High Water

    In this insightful new book Destrooper examines the relationship between revolutionary politics and feminist struggles in Latin America.
  • The Origin of Capitalism in England 1400-1600

    A spirited defense of Brenner’s thesis about the origins of capitalism in the English countryside based on original archival research.
  • My People Are Rising

    A compelling look at the rise and fall of the Black Panther generation, through the eyes of a founding member.
  • 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.

  • Socialism From Below

    In exploring the question: "What do we mean by socialism?,” Hal Draper argues genuine liberation can be won only through self-emancipation.

  • Warped

    With same-sex marriage now a national right, this timely volume insists on the continuation of the struggle for LGBT rights.
  • Russia: From Proletarian Revolution to State-Capitalist Counter-Revolution

    A sweeping introduction to the thought of one of the 20th century’s most important Marxist-Humanist philosophers: Raya Dunayevskaya

  • African Struggles Today

    This groundbreaking analysis examines the gains, contradictions, and frustrations of twenty-first century prodemocracy struggles across Southern Africa
  • The Age of Knowledge

    This volume argues that to understand knowledge itself requires analyzing the social and historical context from which said knowledge springs.
  • The Civil Wars in U.S. Labor

    Longtime trade union leader and journalist Steve Early examines labor's civil wars, offering strategies for turning back labor's thirty-year decline.
  • The Mexican Revolution

    Why did the Mexican Revolution happen? What makes it distinctive? Was it even a revolution at all?
  • 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.
  • Althusser

    A critical account of Althusser's contribution to Marxist theory.
  • The American Way of War

    The creator of TomDispatch takes a scalpel to the American urge to dominate the globe.
  • A Nation Unmade by War

    From the election from hell to the future according to Donald Trump, A Nation Unmade by War surveys American exceptionalism in the age of absurdity.

  • Shadow Government

    A powerful survey of a militarized America building a surveillance structure unparalleled in history.
  • The United States of Fear

    With piercing wit and brutal insight, Tom Engelhardt tours the future ruins of the American empire.
  • "Is the Turk a White Man?"

    A critical study of race, racialization and representation in the context of Turkish modernization
  • 1919

    Poetic reflections on race, class, violence, segregation, and the hidden histories that shape our divided urban landscapes.
  • Electric Arches

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

    Former US Army Ranger walks across America for a fallen comrade and finds his voice as a war resister.
  • 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 Politics of Che Guevara

    A political portrait focused on Guevara’s thought and political record aimed at dispelling many of the myths about the revolutionary.