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BOOKS FOR CHANGING THE WORLD
Younge explains why “The Speech” maintains its powerful social relevance by sharing the dramatic story surrounding it.
The Story Behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream
Praise for Stranger in a Strange Land: Encounters in the Disunited States : “Abroad in America, Gary Younge is an acutely skeptical observer.” Jonathan Raban
“Gary Younge is an excellent journalist—a critical writer at a critical time.”
“One of the tiny handful of contemporary journalists le who is consistently worth reading. A voice for our times.”
Praise for No Place Like Home: A Black Briton’s Journey Through the American South: “Younge’s book is a blend of travelogue, historical research, and social commentary leavened with the sharp eyes and tongue of an outsider examining the American racial milieu.” Booklist Praise for Who Are We—and Should It Matter in the Twenty-First Century? : “Penetrating and provocative.” Guardian Stuart Hall
ISBN: 978-1-60846-322-0 Trade Cloth, $18.95, 180 pages August 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-356-5 $18.95
“It was a sweltering eighty-seven degrees when Martin Luther King Jr. took the stage at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963. He was the ﬁnal speaker aer a long day. e crowd, which numbered in the tens of thousands, had begun to leave. King took a deep breath and threw back his shoulders. ‘I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the diﬃculties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.’”
From the Introduction
Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his powerful “I Have a Dream Speech” on August 28, 1963. Fiy years later, the speech endures as a deﬁning moment in the civil rights movement. It continues to be heralded as a beacon in the ongoing struggle for racial equality. is gripping book unearths the fascinating chronicle behind “e Speech” and the revealing events surrounding the March on Washington.
Gary Younge is an author, broadcaster, and award-winning columnist for the Guardian and the Nation. His books include Who Are We—and Should It Matter in the Twenty-First Century? and No Place Like Home, short-listed for the Guardian First Book Award.
Lydersen lambasts Chicago’s nationally recognized mayor for his obedient endorsement of the devastating austerity agenda set forth by the 1%.
Rahm Emanuel and the Rise of Chicago’s 99%
Praise for Revolt On Goose Island: The Chicago Factory Takeover, and What It Says About the Economic Crisis :
“ere is much talk about ‘audacity’ these days, but true chutzpah is when the workers take over the factory and take on the bank. Kari Lydersen’s invaluable account of the Republic sit-down strike is an instruction manual for worker dignity.” Mike Davis, author, City of Quartz “Lydersen demonstrates that journalism still has the power to sway both hearts and minds.” Brian Awehali, LiP Magazine
Praise for Out of the Sea and Into the Fire: Latin American-U.S. Immigration in the Global Age: “We need solid reporting from the Spanish-speaking world, and Lyderson delivers it with grace, intelligence, and a vigorous point of view.” Scott Sherman, contributing writer, the Nation
ISBN: 978-1-60846-222-3 Trade Paper, $16, 220 pages September 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-285-8, $16
With deep connections to high ﬁnance and a penchant for profanity, Rahm Emanuel became the mayor of Chicago and seized control of its notorious Democratic machine. is compelling examination of the contradictory past of this former congressman and White House chief of staﬀ sheds a spotlight on our entire political system and the important issues that surround it. Kari Lydersen lambasts Chicago’s nationally recognized mayor for his obedient endorsement of the devastating austerity agenda set forth by the “1%.”
Kari Lydersen has worked since 1997 as a Chicago-based journalist, in the Midwest bureau of the Washington Post and currently with the Chicago News Cooperative, specializing in environment, energy, labor, and immigration. She is the author of three books and teaches journalism at Columbia College.
A riveting eyewitness account of the Davis family’s courageous struggle against America’s racist criminal justice system.
I Am Troy Davis
Jen Marlowe, Martina Davis-Correia, with Troy Davis, Foreword by Sister Helen Prejean
“ose of us who know Troy Davis, who sat with him, who talked to him, know that he was somebody who was full of love, full of love for his family, full of love for humanity, full of love for a movement he was born into, a movement for civil and human rights in this country.”
Ben Jealous, president of the NAACP
“Martina Correia’s heroic ﬁght to save her brother’s life while battling for her own serves as a powerful testament for activists.” Liliana Segura, the Nation e tragedy that Troy, Martina, and the Davis family endured should push us all to think deeply about the system that necessitated the telling of their story. And may their courage and indomitable spirits inspire us to act, for as long as it takes, to change that system.
From the Foreword by Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ Praise for the documentary Rebuilding Hope
ISBN: 978-1-60846-294-0 Trade Paper, $18, 280 pages October 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-295-7, $18
“Rebuilding Hope is a deeply moving study in loss and suﬀering, in courage, wisdom about the meaning of Life as Humans that seems as old as the continent of Africa.” Alice Walker, author, The Color Purple “Rebuilding Hope is a wonderful tribute to (the Lost Boys’) spirit and perseverance.” Dave Eggers, author, What Is the What and Zeitoun
In 1991, Troy Davis was sentenced to death in Savannah, Georgia for the murder of a police oﬃcer—despite overwhelming proof of Davis’s innocence. Troy’s sister Martina staunchly defended Troy’s innocence and helped ignite a worldwide campaign to save Troy’s life. In 2001, Martina was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. Yet she continued to ﬁght ﬁercely for her life and Troy’s. Troy was executed in September 2011, and Martina succumbed less than three months later. I Am Troy Davis is an intimate portrayal of Martina, Troy, the courageous Davis family, and their ﬁght against the death penalty.
Jen Marlowe, a human rights activist, writer, and filmmaker, is the author of The Hour of Sunlight: One Palestinian’s Journey from Prisoner to Peacemaker and Darfur Diaries: Stories of Survival and director of the film Rebuilding Hope. Martina Davis-Correia was Amnesty USA’s co–death penalty abolition coordinator for Georgia. Martina was also a leading advocate for women with breast cancer. She was twice named Savannah’s “Unstoppable Woman.” Sister Helen Prejean wrote the internationally acclaimed book Dead Man Walking. She educates about the death penalty by lecturing, organizing, and writing. Troy Davis worked tirelessly while on death row to prove his innocence and to abolish the death penalty. TIME magazine named Troy one of 2011’s most influential people
An effective strategy for moving forward in the struggle for justice and a single-state solution in Palestine.
The Battle for Justice in Palestine
The Case for a Single Democratic State in Palestine
Praise for One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse : “Abunimah’s approach, inspired by ongoing reconciliation processes in South Africa (and, to a lesser extent, Northern Ireland), is fresh, energetic, and ultimately optimistic that those tired of violence will eventually gravitate toward an inclusive, uniﬁed Israel.” Booklist
“Deserves the widest discussion.” Kirkus “A work of intellectual insurgency . . . a provocative and well-written account attacking the same failure of imagination that delivered to the world the present Arab-Israeli calamity.” Middle East Policy “A way forward . . . advocated so skillfully and interestingly.” the Economist
ISBN: 978-1-60846-324-4 Trade Paper, $17, 224 pages February 2014 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-347-3, $17
Eﬀorts to achieve a “two-state solution” have ﬁnally collapsed, and the struggle for justice in Palestine is at a crossroads. As Israeli society lurches toward greater extremism, many ask where the struggle is headed. is book oﬀers a clear analysis of this crossroads moment and looks forward with urgency down the path to a more hopeful future.
Ali Abunimah is the author of One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, and cofounder and director of the widely acclaimed online publication Electronic Intifada. Based in the United States, he has written hundreds of articles and been an active part of the movement for justice in Palestine for twenty years. He is the recipient of a 2013 Lannan Cultural Freedom Fellowship.
Ben Davis draws the curtain back on the contemporary art world to assail its commodified roots.
9.5 Theses on Art and Class
Praise for 9.5 Theses on Art and Class : “Just when it seemed that contemporary art writing and the subject of real-life politics had permanently parted ways, along comes the young New York critic Ben Davis with a book that brings them together. No cheerleading here, no swoony prosody, no easy kiss-oﬀs; just smart, ardent, illusion-puncturing observation and analysis on the intersection of art, commerce, and—the elephant in the art-fair VIP lounge—class. None of this would matter much if he didn’t tell us why we should care, but he does. Under all his excoriations lies a faith in art as an agent of transformation toward a post-neoliberal, post-greed society that could be, should be.” Holland Cotter, art critic, New York Times
“Davis is an intellectually clearheaded critic dishing out some tough truths, oen backed up with statistics, to the rareﬁed ‘art world.’ . . . e book reframes the production and sale of art in tough terms, which is why the collection’s centerpiece, 9.5 eses on Art and Class, should be required reading for art professionals. In this ﬁrst book, Davis proves himself a critic to be reckoned with.” Publishers Weekly “Davis is deeply attuned to contemporary art and the contradictory ways it is expressed and contained within culture more broadly. More than a book of political essays, 9.5 eses on Art and Class oﬀers a fresh theory that is useful to anyone wrestling with the challenges of what art is or can do.”
Lauren Cornell, curator, New Museum for Contemporary Art
ISBN: 978-1-60846-268-1 Trade Paper, $16, 240 pages July 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-286-5, $16
“9.5 eses on Art and Class is the ﬁrst book I’ve read by an art critic that spoke to the world I lived and worked in as an artist. Incisive, irreverent, and intellectually fearless. A truth-bomb of a book.”
Molly Crabapple, artist
“Bracing, provocative, exasperated, and good-humored, Davis is skillfully committed to getting the best out of art and art theory—and the world.” China Miéville, author, The City & The City
In 9.5 eses on Art and Class, Ben Davis takes on a broad array of contemporary art’s most persistent debates: How does creative labor ﬁt into the economy? Is art merging with fashion and entertainment? What can we expect from political art? Davis argues that returning class to the center of discussion can play a vital role in tackling the challenges that visual art faces today, including the biggest challenge of all—how to maintain faith in art itself in a dysfunctional world.
Ben Davis currently lives and works in New York City where he is executive editor at Artinfo.
Poet Kevin Coval offers both tragedy and comedy in this stirring exposition on the Jewish American cultural experience.
“These are the poems, people.”
Praise for Schtick: “Coval does for the Jews what Whitman did for America.” Marc Maron, comedian and host, WTF
“Coval leans all the way in with Schtick, exposing the grimy, slippery truths about how we live and love and hate with his characteristic wit, rhythmic cadence and unﬂinching honesty. Powerful.” Tricia Rose, author, Hip Hop Wars “A poet once observed that ‘poetry is the music of facts.’ Kevin Coval’s poetry rings with that music. From the grit and turmoil of everyday life, Coval constructs a new beauty that inspires and transforms.”
ISBN: 978-1-60846-270-4 Trade Paper, $16, 232 pages April 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-288-9, $16
Bernie Sahlins, founder, Second City
“I dig this book, for many reasons, mainly because it makes me think. Any literature that causes us to use our brains and contemplate our roles within the human condition is a good thing! I love . . . how it mixes Humpty Hump in with the likes of American iconism. Also I’m part Jewish (it’s a slice of my mutt-ism).”
Shock G, aka Humpty Hump of Digital Underground
“Historical/hysterical . . . reverent/blasphemous . . . this book bursts with pride/shame/joy/pain. Coval bravely edits nothing. His dazzling images/ideas ﬂy at you, as if scattershot from some Yiddish theater/circus cannon.” Tim Kazurinsky, former cast member, Saturday Night Live “A radically candid collection . . . daring, historically grounded, and socially cathartic poems. . . . Coval’s air-clearing honesty about violent and insidious racism and authenticity and creativity is blazing and liberating.” Booklist
Schtick is a tale of Jewish assimilation and its discontents: a sweeping exposition on Jewish American culture in all its bawdy, contradictory, inventive glory. Exploring—in his own family and in culture and politics at large—how Jews have shed their minority status in the United States, poet Kevin Coval shows us a people’s transformation out of diaspora, landing on both sides of the color line.
Kevin Coval is the author of ALA “Book of the Year” finalist Slingshots: A Hip-Hop Poetica, Everyday People, and most recently, L-vis Lives! Racemusic Poems. Founder of Louder Than a Bomb: The Chicago Youth Poetry Festival, Coval is the artistic director of Young Chicago Authors. He is a regular contributor to WBEZ Chicago Public Radio and teaches creative writing at schools across Chicago.
A stirring meditation on violence, race, and the place in art at which they intersect, by poet Roger Bonair-Agard.
Bury My Clothes
Praise for Bury My Clothes : “Bury My Clothes is a gut-level read, one that you must prepare for with not only your head but also your body. ese unapologetically relentless stanzas, practically quivering with funk and resolve, will slam their ﬁsts into places you have not yet discovered. Serving up a gospel that teeters on the blade edge between calm and chaos, one of poetry’s premier storytellers has taught the city to speak with his voice.” Patricia Smith, author, Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah
“If there is a poet for this Zeitgeist, of Arab Spring, of governments toppling, a poet to listen to the people, a poet not just for this country but all countries, a poet I have been looking for my whole life, it is Roger Bonair-Agard. Part Aimé Césaire, part Hikmet, part Black Arts Movement, part hip-hop-non-stop-bodyrock Brooklyn, he sees beyond borders to erase them with words. A poet of family, and funk ‘ordained in the boogie,’ of celebration and hallelujahs, and loss. Of knowing loss. And going on, as we all must go, Roger helps us go on, even though ‘All airports now make you weep. You come/from weeping—Wednesday’s child. 23. You come/from woe. Your mother and your passport tell you so.’” Sean Thomas Dougherty, author, All I Ask for Is Longing “ese poems oﬀer up a speech textured with both the violence of racial construction and the complicated gorgeousness born out of survival and adaptation. ese poems insist on the beauty of the darknesses we are bound by, and mean to help us live by reminding us: there is no crevice of grief or grace where something does not bloom.” Aracelis Girmay, author, Teeth and Kingdom Animalia “Bury My Clothes is the sound of language breaking open. Bonair-Agard is reaching farther both in time and in syntax to say more than he has ever said before. It is a masterwork in which the poet has found ‘the canopy of night black enough for everything he’s ever wanted to say.’” Karen Finneyfrock, author, Ceremony for the Choking Ghost “Bury My Clothes is a breadth of language that straddles Arouca and Chicago, hiphop and calypso with the brawling, aﬃrming righteousness of the Black televangelist leading us through violence and love to the wealth of unexpected tenderness.” Earl Lovelace, author, Is Just a Movie
ISBN: 978-1-60846-269-8 Trade Paper, $16, 168 pages April 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-287-2, $16
Art—speciﬁcally in oppressed communities—is about survival, and establishing personhood in a world that says you have none, Roger Bonair-Agard asserts. rough poetry, we transform both the world of art and the world itself.
Roger Bonair-Agard is a Cave Canem fellow, two-time National Poetry Slam Champion, and author of Tarnish and Masquerade and Gully. He has appeared three times on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam and is cofounder and artistic director of the LouderARTS Project in New York.
How the Chicago teachers’ strike of 2012 electrified the city and held the line against corporate education “reform.”
Striking Back in Chicago
How Teachers Took on City Hall and Pushed Back Education “Reform”
ISBN: 978-1-60846-335-0 Trade Paper, $16, 220 pages November 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-348-0, $16
Aer years in which teachers have been blamed for the problems of underfunded and understaﬀed schools, the Chicago teachers’ strike of 2012 transformed the debate. From the overwhelming strike authorization vote that overcame anti-union legislation to repeated mass marches and protests, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) showed that teachers were determined to make their voices heard in response to corporate-driven education reform. e answer was a resounding NO. Where other urban teachers unions had retreated on the traditional pillars of teacher unionism such as tenure and opposition to merit pay, the CTU held the line in dramatic fashion. But Chicago teachers did far more than ﬁght for their own interests. From the outset, they made common cause with parent and community groups that are opposed to school closings and the proliferation of nonunion—and oen substandard—charter schools. With public education on the fast track for privatization in cities like New Orleans, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Cleveland, the CTU committed itself to a fully funded public education with an enriched curriculum for all the city’s children. is was social movement unionism on a scale unseen in decades in the United States. e result was a broad alliance between teachers, parents, and workingclass communities. When the CTU hit the picket line, the union found itself leading perhaps the most popular big-city teachers’ strike in US history. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, one of the most powerful politicians in the country, was forced to back down.
Lee Sustar is labor editor for Socialist Worker newspaper and SocialistWorker.org. His writings on economics and international affairs have appeared in the International Socialist Review, New Labor Forum, Znet, Counterpunch, and other publications.
A thorough collection of inspiring and informed essays on applied Marxist theory and the future of labor unions.
Essays on Working-Class Organization and Strategy in the United States
Praise for US Labor in Trouble and Transition : “[Kim Moody]gives us a fresh look at the changing workforce and the new realities and potential of immigrant workers today. is book is a must for those who care about the future of organized workers in the United States.” Mike Davis, author, City of Quartz
Praise for Workers in a Lean World : “An ambitious attempt to analyze the fast-changing economic and political conditions facing labor on a global scale.” Steve Early, the Nation
ISBN: 978-1-60846-326-8 Trade Paper, $22, 326 pages December 2013
In Solidarity provides an overview of the problems and possibilities faced by workers and their organizations in a crisis-ridden United States. Drawing on a Marxist framework of class conﬂict, it analyzes the state of embattled workers in the United States, the retreat of their unions, and eﬀorts to change and revive the unions from below, as well as new forms of struggle. Further, Moody looks at many types of workplaces and workers— from warehouse workers to nurses and Teamsters to teachers—as well as rank-and-ﬁle movements that seek to go beyond the norms of “business unionism” to a more democratic, militant, and independent type of unionism. is outstanding collection of essays looks beyond the conditions of labor as it is today under the increasing demands of capital to the possibilities for “another world” through the building of a grassroots socialist movement in the United States. In Solidarity will provoke debate and provide today’s union activists with serious considerations for the way forward. It will also oﬀer a new generation of social and political activists a view of workers’ organization they won’t ﬁnd in the corporate media.
Kim Moody was a founder of Labor Notes and is a member of the National Union of Journalists and a senior research fellow at the Work and Employment Unit of the University of Hertfordshire in Britain.
Davidson discusses how Marxism can retain a sense of historical tradition without becoming fossilized.
Holding Fast to an Image of the Past
Essays on Marxism and History
Praise for How Revolutionary Were the Bourgois Revolutions? : “I was frankly poleaxed by this magniﬁcent book. Davidson resets the entire debate on the character of revolutions: bourgeois, democratic, and socialist. He’s sending me, at least, back to the library.” Mike Davis, author, Planet of Slums
ISBN: 978-1-60846-333-6 Trade Paper, $22, 480 pages November 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-355-8, $22
“Neil Davidson wends his way through the jagged terrain of a wide range of Marxist writings and debates to distill their lessons in what is unquestionably the most thorough discussion of the subject to date. If the paradox at the heart of the bourgeois revolutions was that the emergence of the modern bourgeois state had little to do with the agency of the bourgeoisie, then Davidson’s study is by far the most nuanced and illuminating discussion of this complex fact. A brilliant and fascinating book, wide ranging and lucidly written.” Jairus Banaji, author, Theory as History
is book of essays by Deutscher Prize–winning historian Neil Davidson insightfully explores themes running through historical materialism as he explains the moments of transition from the dominance of one mode of production to another; the process of social revolution that accompany these transitions; and the problem of nationalism, both as a theoretical challenge to Marxism’s capacity for historical explanation and as a practical obstacle to socialist consciousness. Examining classical and contemporary ﬁgures, subjects range from Naomi Klein’s view of neoliberalism to Marx and Engels’s views on Scotland.
Neil Davidson teaches at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. He is author of The Origins of Scottish Nationhood, the Deutsher Prize-winning Discovering the Scottish Revolution, and How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions? Davidson is on the editorial board of the journal International Socialism.
This beginner’s guide to Capital illustrates the key concepts, humor, and immense vitality to be enjoyed in Marx’s great work.
An Illustrated Introduction
David Smith, Illustrated by Phil Evans
Praise for Marx’s Capital : “[Marx’s Capital: An Illustrated Introduction is] valuable and in some respects more so than all the interpretations and popularizations I have read.” C. L. R. James
“[Marx’s Capital: An Illustrated Introduction] is very, very good, a brilliant exposition and a really creative relationship between image and explanation.”
Few books have been subject to more abuse, debasement, and misuse than Karl Marx’s opus Das Kapital. Since its publication in 1867 Capital has been held up as holy writ by some, denounced as sacrilege by others, and generally unread by most people in between, largely thanks to the volume’s reputation for impenetrability. Marx may have hoped for his masterwork to be read widely by members of the working class, but it is only with the publication of this “Illustrated Introduction” that his dreams might ﬁnally come to fruition. Marx’s Capital: An Illustrated Introduction presents this classic text as its author may have originally intended but never had the artistic talents to realize: in the form of a graphic novel. Richly illustrated on every page, strikingly accessible, and surprisingly comprehensive, David Smith and Phil Evans bring an engaging vibrancy to Capital without diluting any of its original content.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-266-7 Trade Paper, $15, 190 pages May 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-291-9, $16
David Smith is a sociologist whose publications include books on Orwell and the changing structure of the working class. His articles have appeared in many journals, including Rethinking Marxism, Sociological Theory, American Psychologist, Current Perspectives in Social Theory, and others. Phil Evans is a longtime political cartoonist based in England. He has illustrated Understanding Economics, among many other books.
In this illuminating and original work, Hanieh demonstrates that the Arab Spring rebellions are about much more than democracy.
Lineages of Revolt
Issues of Contemporary Capitalism in the Middle East
Praise for Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States : “is remarkable scholarly study informed by a critical perspective is most topical indeed at a time when the Gulf monarchies conﬁrm their role as the key stronghold of reaction in a region deeply shaken by a tremendous revolutionary wave.” Gilbert Achcar
ISBN: 978-1-60846-325-1 Trade Paper, $19.95, 348 pages September 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-352-7, $19.95
“Hanieh’s groundbreaking book argues that we should not view the Gulf Arab states as anomalies in the worldwide economy. Instead, he claims, the story of twentieth-century capitalism could not be told without recounting their central role: the ‘global economy is part of the actual essence of the Gulf itself—the development of the global ‘appears’ through the development of the Gulf.’” Arab Studies Journal “Insightful, timely, and welcome . . . the analytical framework and substantial data [Hanieh] puts forward in the book will help readers map out the current and future processes of regional integration, class formations, and contradictions, and to situate these processes within the wider global political economy.” International Socialist Review
e prevailing wisdom about the Arab Spring uprisings holds that these revolts have been mass struggles waged against authoritarian regimes in pursuit of democracy. Yet if the revolutions sweeping the Middle East were so easily reducible to the issue of democratic freedoms, why have they erupted now, decades into single-party rule in Egypt, Syria, Libya, and Tunisia? Moreover, why have the demonstrations continued apace even aer the establishment of free elections? In an accessible and engaging style, Hanieh shows how the key to answering these questions—and ultimately to understanding the Arab revolutions—lies in an analysis of the speciﬁc nature of capitalist development in the Middle East.
Adam Hanieh teaches development studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London (UK). He is author of Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States.
Addresses what educators, young people, and concerned citizens can do to reclaim higher education from market-driven neoliberal ideologies.
Higher Education after Neoliberalism
Henry A. Giroux
“Henry Giroux is one of our most important public intellectuals.”
Praise for Education and the Crisis of Public Values : “I have been reading Henry A. Giroux for decades and in this book he has never been better nor clearer at illuminating the forces that are impairing our democracy and helping to destroy our public schools.” Peter Mayo, University of Malta Praise for Teachers as Intellectuals :
David H. Price, St. Martin’s University
“Teachers as Intellectuals is a book for all practitioners and all members of the greater community. Giroux demands reader involvement, transformation, and empowerment. He helps us understand that the political relationship between schools and society is neither artiﬁcial nor neutral nor necessarily negative. Rather, school personnel have a positive and dynamic political role to play.” Educational Leadership
ISBN: 978-1-60846-334-3 Trade Paper, $17, 240 pages November 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-350-3 $17
Higher Education aer Neoliberalism argues that the democratic crisis in the United States is inextricably connected to an education crisis, which is currently impacting young people most of all by starving them of the formative educational experiences required to help them develop as engaged and socially conscious citizens. As the United States proceeds headlong on a reckless course of civic illiteracy, Giroux reveals how neoliberal policies, practices, and modes of material and symbolic violence have radically reshaped the mission and practice of higher education, including its modes of governance, its deskilling of faculty, its view of students and its increasing integration into power relations dominated by big money, corporate interests, and market-driven values. Beyond exposing the moral depravity of a nation that miseducates its young, this book addresses what educators, young people, and concerned citizens can do to reclaim higher education as a crucial site for promoting engaged citizenship and the public good.
Henry A. Giroux currently holds the Global TV Network Chair Professorship at McMaster University. His recent books include Disposable Youth: Racialized Memories and the Culture of Cruelty and Youth in Revolt: Reclaiming a Democratic Future.
A sweeping collection of the most vital and representative writings of the Black Panther Party.
The Black Panthers Speak
Edited by Philip S. Foner
Praise for The Black Panthers Speak : “Essential reading for those who would prefer to judge the Panther movement for themselves.” Library Journal
“As this deﬁnitive anthology demonstrates, the Panthers formed their radical ideas through sustained militancy. e Black Panthers Speak provides comprehensive documentation of their fascinating and instructive eﬀort to build an insurgent African-American movement in the face of vicious repression.”
From the foreword by Clayborne Carson
“A rebuttal to [the current] organized attempt to destroy the Panthers’ legacy.”
ISBN: 978-1-60846-328-2 Trade Paper, $19, 328 pages September 2013
“e women’s speeches and articles are notable for their concreteness and convincingness . . . especially [those of ] Kathleen Cleaver.” the Nation
From its founding by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in 1966, the Black Panther Party has aroused fear, hope, misunderstanding, pride, and viliﬁcation. In e Black Panthers Speak, the best single source of original material on and by the Black Panther Party, Philip S. Foner separates the philosophy from the propaganda. e essential documents of the party are all here, including “What We Want, What We Believe,” Newton and Seale’s seminal treatise, which became a standard to gauge society’s progress. With their passionate demand, Newton and Seale succinctly captured the revolutionary spirit and aspiration of many American Blacks in the 1960s.
Philip S. Foner was one of the most prominent Marxist historians in the United States. A prolific author and editor, he tirelessly documented the lives of workers, African Americans, and political radicals.
A provocative mixtape, mash-up, and treasure trove of footage and interviews of the Black Power movement, with contemporary reflections.
The Black Power Mixtape
Edited by Göran Hugo Olsson, Preface by Danny Glover
Praise for the documentary film Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975 : “Addressing what might be thought of as standard historical and contemporary subjects with startlingly radical means. . . . Göran Hugo Olsson’s Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975 is a collage of archival footage recorded in America, mostly by Swedish journalists, in the era of African American militancy. e images, accompanied by present-day voice-over reﬂections from historians, rappers, artists, and veterans of the era’s racial politics, oﬀer revelations about events and personalities we thought we understood completely.” New York Times
“We have much to learn from these visionary organizers who sought to redeﬁne and reimagine democracy, whose sense of empowerment derived from the belief that the people could be the architects for change.”
Danny Glover, from the preface
ISBN: 978-1-60846-296-4 Trade Paper, $21.95, 192 pages June 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-297-1, $21.95
Featuring images only recently discovered in the archives of Swedish television, Olsson’s 2012 documentary brought to light the Black Power movement, as it has never been seen. e book takes what was covered in the documentary to the next level through more in-depth interviews with Stokely Carmichel, Angela Davis, and others who shaped the struggle of their day. e interviews are mixed with the contemporary reﬂections of leading activists, musicians, and scholars, introducing a new generation to the legacy of Black Power. Includes commentary by: Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, Harry Belafonte, Kathleen Cleaver, Angela Davis, Robin D. G. Kelley, Abiodun Oyewole, Sonia Sanchez, Bobby Seale, and Questlove.
Göran Hugo Olsson studied film at university and art school in Stockholm and subsequently worked as a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer. The Black Power Mixtape is his third feature film.
A socialist perspective on women’s oppression and liberation, exploring the connection between women’s rights and equality for all.
Women and Socialism
Essays on Women’s Liberation Revised and Updated Edition
Praise for Women and Socialism: Essays on Women’s Liberation : “An excellent resource for anyone concerned with women’s liberation and an antidote to the mystiﬁcation which permeates gender politics today. Its attention to the oppressions visited on women generally—the denial of abortion rights and the dead hand of organized religion—make it a fresh and immediate read. It very eﬀectively arms us with the necessary arguments and ideas to set about this business of ending women’s oppression.” Socialist Democracy
ISBN: 978-1-60846-180-6 Trade Paper, $14, 260 pages July 2013
In this new book, Sharon Smith, sets out to re-establish the centrality of the struggle for women’s liberation to the revolutionary socialist project, and vice versa. She evaluates both the strengths and limitations of classical Marxist theory in light of changes in social relations—including those achieved by struggles against racism, sexism and homophobia—while maintaining the centrality of class divisions in modern capitalism. She digs into theoretical explanations for women’s oppression among socialist- and Marxist-feminists—especially social reproduction theory. She also examines the contributions of Black feminists and other women of color in developing intersectionality theory in the global context of both capitalism and imperialism. In addition, Smith revisits some of the historical developments that have too oen prevented constructive dialogue between Marxists and feminists since the 1960s, despite their mutual commitment to women’s liberation. ese include 1) sexism within the New Le of the 1960s, as a distortion of classical Marxism; 2) the rejection of Marxism as “essentialist” among many radicals in the more recent era of postmodernism; and 3) the reluctance of many Marxists to engage with the oen path-breaking theoretical advances of feminists. Smith’s contention is that integrating key aspects of feminist analysis with Marxist theory is essential to advancing the theory and practice of women’s liberation, with an eye toward strengthening the struggles for women’s liberation taking place today.
Sharon Smith is the author of Women and Socialism: Essays on Women’s Liberation and Subterranean Fire: A History of Working Class Radicalism in the United States.
Shakespeare on Robben Island
Ashwin Desai Shakespeare’s work gave hope and inspiration to the political prisoners held on apartheid South Africa’s infamous Robben Island.
“Desai is asking South Africa (including himself ) to scrutinize new and old histories. e history of the victors laid down in the new history books and political discourses that dominate South Africa today. e history being made and remade now.”
e prison authorities on apartheid South Africa’s Robben Island were obsessed with censoring the news that prisoners could receive of the outside world. rough the memories and biographical accounts written by former political inmates, the book evocatively brings to life the voices of prisoners.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-272-8 Trade Paper, $18, 144 pages June 2013
Ashwin Desai teaches at the Workers’ College in Durban, South Africa, and is a newspaper columnist. He is the author of Arise Ye Coolies, South Africa: Still Revolting and We Are the Poors: Community Struggles in Post-Apartheid South Africa.
Field Notes on Democracy
Listening to Grasshoppers
Arundhati Roy With anger and compassion, Arundhati Roy’s book maps India’s turbulent present and possible futures.
“Gorgeously wrought . . . pitch-perfect prose . . . In language of terrible beauty, she takes India’s everyday tragedies and reminds us to be outraged all over again.” Time “e scale of what Roy surveys is staggering. Her pointed indictment is devastating.” New York Times Book Review
With stunning prose and haunting insight Arundhati Roy’s essays examine the dark side of democracy in contemporary India. is updated version includes essays on the Occupy movement, the ever-growing wealth imbalance in India and Kashmir, and why independent media journalism is under attack in India.
Arundhati Roy is the author of The God of Small Things, for which she received the 1997 Booker Prize. She has also written several nonfiction books, including The Cost of Living, Power Politics, War Talk, An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire, and Public Power in the Age of Empire. Roy is the recipient of the 2002 Lannan Foundation Cultural Freedom Prize.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-327-5 Trade Paper, $16.95, 230 pages September 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-353-4, $16.95
Lyrics in Context, 1993–2012
Blending poetics, politics, and everyday life, the singular lyrics of Boots Riley, poet of the hip-hop underground, are collected here.
“Every line brims with the grit of the underdog, burns with rage and tenderness. It’s no secret he is one of the most inﬂuential poets of this generation.” Jeff Chang, author, Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation “Boots’s lyrics contain the wit and satire to match their venom and potent political punch. His intricate yet relatable rhymes are like a combination of a Richard Pryor sketch and a guerrilla warfare manual.”
Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine
ISBN: 978-1-60846-253-7 Trade Paper, $22.95, 224 pages December 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-225-4, $22.95
Boots Riley has written lyrics as the frontman of e Coup for two decades. An activist, educator, and emcee, Riley combines hip-hop poetics, radical politics, and wry humor. Including lyrics, photos, and backstories, here’s an in-depth portrait of Riley’s life and work.
A popular leader in the struggle for radical change through culture, Boots Riley is best known as the leader of The Coup, the seminal hip-hop group from Oakland, California, where he is an organizer and has been active in the Occupy movement. Billboard magazine declared the group “the best hip-hop act of the past decade.”
US War Crimes in Southeast Asia
History, Responsibility, and the American Future
Edited by Mark Pavlick Exposes the horrifying criminality of US policy in Southeast Asia during the war in Vietnam.
ese collected essays shed crucial new light on the epochal US interventions in Southeast Asia aer World War II. Antiwar activist Fred Branfman describes the tragic lives of Laotian peasants under US bombing. Cambodia scholar Ben Kiernan and colleague Owen Taylor illuminate the course of Cambodian history aer unprecedented US bombing. e book further includes classic works by Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-323-7 Trade Paper, $22, 450 pages January 2014 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-351-0, $22
Mark Pavlick is an independent editor. He was active in the US movement against the Indochina wars in volunteer work with the Indochina Mobile Education Project and the Indochina Resource Center in Washington, DC.
Gaza in Crisis
Reflections on Israel’s War Against the Palestinians
Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappé, Edited by Frank Barat
As Israel continues its barbaric siege on Gaza, Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappé put the recent campaign against Gaza in context.
Israel’s 2008–09 Operation Cast Lead thrust the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip into the center of the debate about the Israel/Palestine conﬂict. In this updated and expanded edition, Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappé survey the fallout from Israel’s conduct in Gaza, including its latest incursions, and place it in historical context.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-331-2 Trade Paper, $16.95, 300 pages September 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-354-1, $16
Noam Chomsky is author of many books, including Failed States and Hegemony or Survival, both New York Times bestsellers. He lives in Lexington, Massachusetts, and is institute professor emeritus in the MIT Department of Linguistics and Philosophy. Ilan Pappé is a professor with the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom. He is chair of the Emil Touma Institute for Palestinian Studies. He is also author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine: A History of Modern Palestine and The Israel/Palestine Question.
The Stalinist Legacy
Its Impact on Twentieth-Century World Politics
Tariq Ali Tariq Ali, Isaac Deutscher, Ernest Mandel, and others analyze the nature of Stalinism and its continuing impact on world politics.
Twenty years aer the Soviet Union’s collapse activists are still confronted by the legacy of Stalinism. is volume aims to deepen our understanding of the origins, impacts, and enduring prominence of Stalinism, so as to help exorcise these ghosts of the past.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-219-3 Trade Paper, $22, 551 pages April 2013
Tariq Ali is a writer and filmmaker. He has written more than two dozen books on world history and politics and seven novels (translated into over a dozen languages) as well as scripts for the stage and screen. He is an editor of New Left Review and lives in London.
Prelude to Revolution
France in May 1968
Daniel Singer A riveting eyewitness account of the 1968 Paris student revolt that shook France and threatened the very roots of capitalism.
“Daniel Singer is the le’s most brilliant arsonist. He sets ablaze whole forests of desiccated clichés about ‘the end of history’ and ‘the triumph of the market’ in order to light the way forward for the next generation of radical thinkers and activists.” Mike Davis, author, In Praise of Barbarians
ISBN: 978-1-60846-273-5 Trade Paper, $18, 504 pages June 2013
Prelude to Revolution is the indispensable study of May 1968. Generations have looked to this book for inspiration. Singer, who died in 2000, was widely considered the most adept interpreter of European politics for US audiences. He shows here how change happens—and why it is needed.
Daniel Singer was a socialist writer and journalist. He was best known for his articles for the Nation in the United States and for the Economist in Britain, serving for decades as a European correspondent for each magazine. Gore Vidal described Singer as “one of the best, and certainly the sanest, interpreters of things European for American readers,” with a “Balzacian eye for human detail.”
The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary Syndicalism
Ralph Darlington Though often seen as opposing ideas, Darlington engagingly traces the entwined legacy of revolutionary syndicalism and the communist movement.
“is is a very valuable, well-thought-out and useful volume. . . . Darlington’s work will remain a touchstone for scholarly debate on syndicalism for years to come.” European History Quarterly
ISBN: 978-1-60846-330-5 Trade Paper, $22, 338 pages September 2013
ough oen seen as opposing ideas, Ralph Darlington engagingly traces the entwined international legacy of revolutionary syndicalism and the communist movement.
Ralph Darlington is professor of employment relations at the University of Salford. His research is concerned with the dynamics of trade union organization, activity, and consciousness in Britain and internationally within both contemporary and historical settings. He is author of The Dynamics of Workplace Unionism and The Political Trajectory of J.T. Murphy; coauthor of Glorious Summer: Class Struggle in Britain; and editor of What’s the Point of Industrial Relations?: In Defence of Critical Social Science.
Year One of the Russian Revolution
Victor Serge Serge exposes the heart of the vital first year of the most important working-class revolution in history.
“I know of no other writer with whom Serge can be very usefully compared. e essence of the man and his books is to be found in his attitude to the truth.”
An extraordinary account of the ﬁrst year of the Russian Revolution, written by one of its most keen ﬁrsthand observers.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-267-4 Trade Paper, $17.95, 456 pages June 2013
Victor Serge was best known as a novelist—with two of his works recently republished by the New York Review of Books—and for his Memoirs of a Revolutionary. Originally a participant in the anarchist movement, Serge became a committed Bolshevik after his arrival in Russia during 1919 and lent his considerable talents to the cause of spreading the revolution across Europe. An eloquent critic of tyranny no matter its form, Serge became a leading member of the Left Opposition in its struggle against Stalin, a cause that ultimately resulted in his exile from Russia.
Voices of the Future
Presented by Etan Thomas NBA star Etan Thomas helps give voice to the poetic and socially conscious ideas of young people.
“e poetic voice of his generation.”
“Etan omas is breaking it down for our young minds on how to be a vital part of this challenging world we all live in. Let’s give it up for Etan.”
Encompassing a variety of subject matters, each section begins with excerpts from an interview between NBA star Etan omas and political sportswriter Dave Zirin, followed by a omas poem and the writings of talented young poets.
ISBN: 978-1-60846-271-1 Trade Paper, $18, 220 pages January 2013 Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60846-289-6, $18
Etan Thomas is an author, columnist, and the recipient of the 2010 National Basketball Players Association Community Contribution Award.
Books by Howard Zinn
Disobedience and Democracy
Nine Fallacies on Law and Order
978-1-60846-304-6, Trade Paper, $14, 148 pages
In this slim volume, Zinn lays out a clear and dynamic case for civil disobedience and protest, and challenges the dominant arguments against forms of protest that challenge the status quo. Zinn explores the politics of direct action, nonviolent civil disobedience, and strikes, and draws lessons for today.
978-1-60846-307-7, Trade Paper, $14, 112 pages
“Howard Zinn’s play about Emma Goldman is a small miracle. Here is a drama that holds down the heroics, polemics and didacticism to which works about heroes and heroines are prone. True, Emma is idealized; she is loving, honest, selfless, daring, but she is also human and believable.” Walter Goodman, New York Times
Failure to Quit
Reflections of an Optimistic Historian
978-1-60846-303-9, Trade Paper, $14, 192 pages
In this lively collection of essays, Zinn discusses a wide range of historical and political topics, from the role of the Supreme Court in US history to the nature of higher education today.
Justice in Everyday Life
The Way It Really Works
978-1-60846-302-2, Trade Paper, $19, 392 pages
The book explores the reality of justice, which has always stood in contrast to the rhetoric about equal rights under the law. With sections on the police, the courts, prisons, housing, work, health, schools, and popular struggle, Justice in Everyday Life features classic essays by a diverse group of authors, including Jonathan Kozol.
Marx in Soho
A Play on History
978-1-60846-301-5, Trade Paper, $14, 88 pages
The premise of this witty and insightful “play on history” is that Karl Marx has agitated with the authorities of the afterlife for a chance to clear his name. Through a bureaucratic error, though, Marx is sent to Soho in New York, rather than his old stomping ground in London, to make his case. “An imaginative critique of our society’s hypocrisies and injustices, and an entertaining, vivid portrait of Karl Marx as a voice of humanitarian justice.” Kirkus Reviews
Marx in Soho (audiobook)
Performed by Brian Jones
978-1-931859-80-6, Compact Disc, $16
“You wouldn’t imagine that social criticism could make for lively theater, but Zinn’s text and Jones’s acting deftly blended the political with the personal.” Washington Post
978-1-60846-300-8, Trade Paper, $16, 280 pages
The postwar boom brought about massive changes in US society and culture. In this accessible volume, historian Howard Zinn offers grassroots perspective on these vital years in American history. By critically examining US militarism abroad and racism at home, he raises challenging questions about this often romanticized era.
The New Abolitionists
978-1-60846-299-5, Trade Paper, $17, 312 pages
SNCC: The New Abolitionists influenced a generation of activists struggling for civil rights and seeking to learn from the successes and failures of those who built the fantastically influential Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. It is considered an indispensable study of the organization, of the 1960s, and of the process of social change.
The Southern Mystique
978-1-60846-306-0, Trade Paper, $17, 312 pages
The South has long been surrounded in mystique. In this powerful volume, drawing on Zinn’s own experiences teaching in the South and working within the southern civil rights movement, Zinn challenges the stereotypes surrounding the South, race relations, and how change happens in history.
The Logic of Withdrawal
978-1-60846-305-3, Trade Paper, $14, 144 pages
Of the many books that challenged the war in Vietnam, Howard Zinn’s stands out as one of the best—and most influential. It helped spark national debate on the war. It includes a powerful speech written by Zinn that President Johnson should have given to lay out the case for ending the war.
Howard Zinn Speaks
Collected Speeches 1963 to 2009
Edited by Anthony Arnove
978-1-60846-259-9, Trade Paper, $18.95, 320 pages 978-1-60846-223-0, Trade Cloth, $26.95 978-1-60846-260-5, Enhanced Ebook, $26.95 978-1-60846-228-5, Ebook, $18.95 This collection of his speeches on protest movements, racism, war, and US history, many never before published, covers more than four decades of his active engagement with the audiences he inspired with his humor, insight, and clarity. “Reading Howard’s spoken words, I feel that I am almost hearing his voice again—his stunning pitchperfect ability to capture the moment and the concerns and needs of the audience, whoever they may be, always enlightening, often stirring, an amalgam of insight, critical history, wit, blended with charm and appeal.” Noam Chomsky
Racism and Resistance
Black Liberation and Socialism
978-1-931859-26-4, $12, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-061-8, $12, Ebook
A True Story of Housing, Race, and Murder in Chicago
Joe Allen, Images by Ben Shahn
978-1-60846-126-4, $22.95, Trade Cloth 978-1-60846-132-5, $22.95, Ebook
People Wasn’t Made to Burn
Detroit: I Do Mind Dying
A Study in Urban Revolution
Dan Georgakas and Marvin Surkin
978-1-60846-221-6, $18, Trade Paper
The Political Economy of Racism
978-1-60846-066-3, $22, Trade Paper
Rats, Riots, and Revolution Floodlines
Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six
Jordan Flaherty, Foreword by Amy Goodman, Preface by Tracie Washington
978-1-60846-065-6, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-112-7, $16, Ebook
Black Housing in the 1960s
978-1-60846-248-3, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-249-0, $16, Ebook
A Time to Die The John Carlos Story
The Sports Moment That Changed the World
John Carlos with Dave Zirin, Foreword by Cornel West
978-1-60846-224-7, $15.95, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-127-1, $22.95, Trade Cloth 978-1-60846-133-2, $22.95, Ebook
The Attica Prison Revolt
978-1-60846-215-5, $18, Trade Paper
Gender and Sexuality
Myths of Male Dominance
Collected Articles on Women Cross-Culturally
Eleanor Burke Leacock
978-1-931859-57-8, $18, Trade Paper
My People Are Rising
Memoir of a Black Panther Party Captain
Aaron Dixon, Foreword by Judson L. Jeffries
978-1-60846-178-3, $17.95, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-179-0, $17, Ebook
No One Is Illegal
Fighting Racism and State Violence on the U.S.–Mexico Border
Mike Davis and Justin Akers Chacón
Sexuality and Socialism
History, Politics, and Theory of LGBT Liberation
978-1-931859-79-0, $12, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-076-2, $12, Ebook
978-1-931859-35-6, $18, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-052-6, $18, Ebook
Women and Socialism
Essays on Women’s Liberation
Autoworkers under the Gun
A Shop-Floor View of the End of the American Dream
Gregg Shotwell, Introduction by Lee Sustar
978-1-60846-142-4, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-163-9, $17, Ebook
978-1-931859-11-0, $12, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-062-5, $12, Ebook
The Women Incendiaries
978-1-931859-46-2, $16, Trade Paper
Birth of a New Workers’ Movement or Death Throes of the Old?
978-1-60846-099-1, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-100-4, $17, Ebook
The Civil Wars in U.S. Labor
Women Strikers Occupy Chain Stores, Win Big
The 1937 Woolworth’s Sit-Down
Fields of Resistance
978-1-60846-245-2, $4.95, Saddle-stitched 978-1-60846-246-9, $4.95, Ebook
The Struggle of Florida’s Farmworkers for Justice
978-1-60846-093-9, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-094-6, $17, Ebook
Ecology and Socialism
Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis
978-1-60846-091-5, $14, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-092-2, $14, Ebook
The Labor Wars
From the Molly Maguires to the Sit Downs
978-1-931859-70-7, $18, Trade Paper
A Climate Change Story
978-1-60846-128-8, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-171-4, $16, Ebook
Rank and File
Personal Histories by Working-Class Organizers
Edited by Alice Lynd and Staughton Lynd
978-1-60846-150-9, $20, Trade Paper
Too Many People?
Population, Immigration, and the Environmental Crisis
Ian Angus and Simon Butler, Forewords by Betsy Hartman and Joel Kovel
978-1-60846-140-0, $19, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-167-7, $19, Ebook
A History of Working-Class Radicalism in the United States
978-1-931859-23-3, $16, Trade Paper
US History and Politics
Always on Strike
Frank Little and the Western Wobblies
978-1-60846-220-9, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-226-1, $16, Ebook
A Critical History Revised and Updated Edition
978-1-60846-192-9, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-049-6, $16, Ebook
America’s Got Democracy
978-1-60846-298-8, $9.99, Ebook
The Exception to the Rulers
Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and the Media that Love Them
Amy Goodman and David Goodman
978-1-931859-67-7, $40, Compact Disk
The Making of the World’s Longest-Running Reality Show
In Praise of Barbarians The American Socialist Movement 1897–1912
Essays against Empire
978-1-931859-42-4, $15, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-001-4, $15, Ebook
978-1-931859-12-7, $20, Trade Paper
Independent Politics Be Realistic
Demand the Impossible
978-1-60846-217-9, $4.95, Saddle-stitched 978-1-60846-230-8, $4.95, Ebook
The Green Party Strategy Debate
Edited by Howie Hawkins
978-1-931859-30-1, $16, Trade Paper
The Bending Cross
A Biography of Eugene V. Debs
Ray Ginger, Introduction by Mike Davis
978-1-931859-40-0, $20, Trade Paper
Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire
978-1-60846-211-7, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-212-4, $17, Ebook
The Lean Years Breaking the Sound Barrier
978-1-931859-99-8, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-007-6, $16, Ebook 978-1-931859-98-1, $40, Compact Disk
A History of the American Worker, 1920–1933
Irving Bernstein, Introduction by Frances Fox Piven
978-1-60846-063-2, $25, Trade Paper
Lessons for Our Struggle
Frances Fox Piven
978-1-60846-216-2, $4.95, Saddle-stitched 978-1-60846-229-2, $4.95, Ebook
A Political Memoir Volume 1: The Sixties
978-1-931859-34-9, $20, Trade Paper
An American Revolutionary
978-1-60846-213-1, $16, Trade Paper
Revolution in Seattle
978-1-931859-74-5, $18, Trade Paper
978-1-931859-92-9, $18, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-013-7, $18, Ebook
Rich People Things
Real-Life Secrets of the Predator Class
978-1-60846-152-3, $16.95, Trade Paper
Occupying Wall Street
The Inside Story of an Action that Changed America
Writers for the 99%
978-1-60846-251-3, $15, Trade Paper
The Silenced Majority
Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope
Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan, Introduction by Michael Moore
978-1-60846-231-5, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-232-2, $16, Ebook
The Old Man
John Brown at Harper’s Ferry
The Turbulent Years
Truman Nelson, Introduction by Mike Davis
978-1-931859-64-6, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-078-6, $17, Ebook
A History of the American Worker, 1933–1941
Irving Bernstein, Introduction by Frances Fox Piven
978-1-60846-064-9, $28, Trade Paper
Voices and Photographs of the Young Lords Party, 1969–1971
Michael Abramson, Introduction by Iris Morales
Rebels and Radicals Who Changed US History
Edited by Michele Bollinger and Dao X. Tran
978-1-60846-156-1, $19.95, Paper over Board
978-1-60846-129-5, $24.95, Trade Paper
Education and Capitalism
Struggles for Learning and Liberation
Edited by Jeff Bale and Sarah Knopp
978-1-60846-147-9, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-164-6, $17, Ebook
The Changing Face of Empire
Special Ops, Drones, Spies, Proxy Fighters, Secret Bases, and Cyberwarfare
978-1-60846-310-7, $12.95, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-311-4, $8.95, Ebook
The Future of Our Schools
Teachers Unions and Social Justice
978-1-60846-262-9, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-263-6, $16, Ebook
The Remarkable Story of a Journalist Kidnapped in Iraq, Rescued by an Italian Secret Service Agent, and Shot by U.S. Forces
Giuliana Sgrena, Introduction by Amy Goodman
978-1-931859-39-4, $20, Trade Cloth
Schooling in Capitalist America
Educational Reform and the Contradictions of Economic Life
Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis
978-1-60846-131-8, $22, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-318-3, $22, Ebook
Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq
978-1-931859-73-8, $13, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-080-9, $13, Ebook
War and Antiwar
A Brief History of American Anti-Imperialism
978-1-60846-141-7, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-162-2, $17, Ebook
The Road from ar Ramadi
The Private Rebellion of Staff Sergeant Meji ´a: An Iraq War Memoir
Camilo Mejí´ia, Foreword by Chris Hedges
978-1-931859-53-0, $16, Trade Paper
Soldiers in Revolt The American Way of War
How Bush’s Wars Became Obama’s
GI Resistance during the Vietnam War
David Cortright, Introduction by Howard Zinn
978-1-931859-27-1, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-319-0, $16, Ebook
978-1-60846-071-7, $16.95, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-111-0, $16.95, Ebook
The United States of Fear Beyond the Green Zone
Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq
Dahr Jamail, Foreword by Amy Goodman
978-1-931859-47-9, $20, Trade Cloth 978-1-931859-61-5, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-055-7, $16, Ebook
978-1-60846-154-7, $16.95, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-161-5, $16.95, Ebook
The (Last) War the U.S. Lost
Joe Allen, Foreword by John Pilger
978-1-931859-49-3, $14, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-053-3, $14, Ebook
Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions
The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights
978-1-60846-114-1, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-115-8, $16, Ebook
War Without End
The Iraq War in Context
978-1-931859-54-7, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-054-0, $16, Ebook
The False Prophets of Peace
Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine
978-1-60846-130-1, $20, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-214-8, $20, Ebook
The Will to Resist
Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan
Dahr Jamail, Foreword by Chris Hedges
978-1-60846-095-3, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-075-5, $20, Ebook 978-1-931859-88-2, $20, Trade Cloth
Israelis and Palestinians
Conflict and Resolution
978-1-60846-148-6, $24, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-168-4, $24, Ebook
Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan
Eyewitness Accounts of the Occupations
Iraq Veterans Against the War with Aaron Glantz
978-1-931859-65-3, $16, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-060-1, $16, Ebook
Midnight on the Mavi Marmara
The Attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla and How It Changed the Course of the Israel/Palestine Conflict
Edited by Moustafa Bayoumi
978-1-60846-121-9, $16, Trade Paper
An Oral History of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War
978-1-931859-60-8, $18, Trade Paper
Arab and Jew in the Struggle for Internationalism
978-1-60846-072-4, $18, Trade Paper
The Palestine Communist Party 1919–1948
Between the Lines
Israel, the Palestinians, and the U.S. “War on Terror”
Edited by Tikva Honig-Parnass and Toufic Haddad
The Pen and the Sword
Conversations with Edward Said
David Barsamian, Introductions by Eqbal Ahmad and Nubar Hovsepian
978-1-931859-95-0, $15, Trade Paper
978-1-931859-44-8, $17, Trade Paper 978-1-60846-047-2, $17, Ebook
The Struggle for Palestine
Edited by Lance Selfa
978-1-931859-00-4, $14, Trade Paper
The German Revolution, 1917–1923
978-1-931859-32-5, $50, Trade Paper
World History & Current Affairs
African Struggles Today
Social Movements since Independence
Peter Dwyer and Leo Zeilig
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Hopes and Prospects
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