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Haymarket 2013 Academic Catalog

Haymarket 2013 Academic Catalog

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Haymarket 2013 Academic Catalog
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“Haymarket is Woody Guthrie’s guitar, a red lighthouse, and the promise of May. Mazel tov.”
—Mike Davis
9.5 Theses on Art and Class
Ben Davis
“Among excellent younger critics now is Ben Davis.”
—Peter Schjeldahl, art critic for
The New Yorker 
9.5 Theses on Art and Class and Other Writings 
shows how a clearunderstanding of class makes sense of what is at stake in a broadnumber of contemporary art’s most persistent debates. Theseinclude discussions of the definition of political art; the troubledstatus of “outsider” in the industry; and the question of how tomaintain faith in art itself.Ben Davis currently lives and works in New York City, where heis Executive Editor at
978-1-60846-268-1 • $16June 2013 • Trade Paper • 224 pages
Marx's Capital
An Illustrated Introduction
David Smith, illustrated by Phil Evans
 Marx’s Capital: An Illustrated Introduction
is] valuable and in somerespects more so than all the interpretations and popularizationsI have read.”
—C.L.R. James
“[This illustrated introduction] is very, very good, a brilliantexposition and a really creative relationship between image andexplanation.”
—John Berger
Karl Marx did not write
for the bookshelves of economistsand philosophers.
is economics for working people, fromtheir viewpoint and history. David Smith and Phil Evans explodethe myth of difficulty haunting Capital.
David Smith is a sociologist whose publications include books onOrwell and the changing structure of the working class. Phil Evansis a longtime political cartoonist based in England. He hasillustrated
Understanding Economics 
, among many other books.
978-1-60846-266-7 • $15May 2013 • Trade Paper • 190 pagesEbook: 978-1-60846-291-9 • $16
Forthcoming from Haymarket in 2013
978-1-60846-328-2 • $19
September 2013 • Trade Paper • 328 pages
“Essential reading for those who would prefer to judge the Panthermovement for themselves.
—Library Journal 
Here are Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, DavidHilliard, and Fred Hampton; Kathleen Cleaver and otherPanther women; the party’s positions on black separatism, thepower structure, the police, violence, and education; as well assongs, poems, and political cartoons. This is the story behind theBlack Panthers.
Philip S. Foner was one of the most prominent Marxist historiansin the United States. A prolific author and editor, he tirelessly documented the lives of workers, African Americans, and politicalradicals.
The Black Panthers Speak
Edited by Philip S. Foner 
“Daniel Singer is the left’s most brilliant arsonist. He sets ablaze whole forests of desiccated cliches about the ‘end of history’ andthe ‘triumph of the market’ in order to light the way forward forthe next generation of radical thinkers and activists.”
—Mike Davis
Prelude to Revolution
is an indispensable study of May 1968.Singer presents a gripping narrative of the movement’sdevelopment and a careful analysis of its political content, andconcludes by considering what lessons those interested in radicalchange should draw.
Daniel Singer was a socialist writer and journalist best known forhis articles for the
and the
, serving for decadesas a European correspondent for each magazine.
Prelude to Revolution
France in May 1968
Daniel Singer
978-1-60846-273-5 • $18June 2013 • Trade Paper • 504 pages

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