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  • Next Time They'’ll Come to Count the Dead

    In fast-paced and dramatic fashion, Turse reveals the harsh reality of modern warfare in the developing world.
  • Tomorrow's Battlefield

    Investigative journalist and bestselling author Nick Turse exposes the shocking expansion of the U.S. military’s covert wars in Africa.
  • Trotsky and the Problem of Soviet Bureaucracy

    Insightful and groundbreaking, Twiss’s account of Trotsky’s theory of post-revolutionary bureaucracy will soon become the definitive work on the subject.
  • The Types of Economic Policies Under Capitalism

    One of the most important works of the legendary Japanese Marxist, Kôzô Uno, finally available in English translation.
  • United States in a World in Crisis

    Building on the pioneering work of radical dependency theory, Valencia unpacks how super-exploitation functions under highly financialized, 21st-century capitalism.

  • The Poverty of Work

    This study takes readers inside the world of temping to discover a type of work dreadfully insecure yet growing rapidly.
  • Marx’s Capital

    When he died, Marx left his opus Capital unfinished. But how incomplete was the project? This volume offers the first comprehensive answer.

  • Western Marxism and the Soviet Union

    A wide-ranging survey of debates within Marxism about the Soviet Union in the twentieth century.
  • Crisis of Capitalism

    Taking capitalism as a world system for his starting point, Vasapollo illustrates our economic system's contradictions and tendency toward crisis.
  • Marxism and Criminology: A History of Criminal Selectivity

    A thought-provoking survey of the lessons criminologists should learn from Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
  • The Cuban Revolution as Socialist Human Development

    Already examined from many angles, this is an attempt to analyze the Cuban revolution as a model of socialist-human development.
  • Imperialism, Crisis and Class Struggle

    An intellectual and political tribute to James Petras
  • Workers’ Self-Management in Argentina

    This volume presents a comprehensive, critical account of the workers’ occupy movement that emerged during Argentina’s economic crisis.

  • This Is Not A Test

    Vilson, a teacher from an urban school composed of black and poor youth, challenges racism and inequality in the classroom.
  • Speculation as a Mode of Production

    An essential and detailed theorisation of capital's drive to self-expansion and the role of speculation in the shaping of subjectivity by value relations.

  • Exile

    Edited by Nagesh Rao
    Indonesia's most celebrated writer speaks out against tyranny and injustice in a young and troubled nation.
  • Marxism and the Oppression of Women

    Decades after initial publication, Vogel's book remains an essential contribution to the development of a materialist theory of gender oppression.
  • Norse Revival

    Norse Revival offers a thorough investigation of Germanic Neopaganism (Asatru) through an international and comprehensive historical perspective.
  • Border and Rule

    An urgent, global account of the migration crisis and the function of borders across political, social, cultural, and economic systems.

  • From Rebellion to Reform in Bolivia

    An accessible, yet insightful, look into the promise, potential, and political contradictions of Evo Morales' first term.
  • The Last Day of Oppression, and the First Day of the Same

    This book offers an overarching political and economic evaluation of the Latin American Left between the late 1990s and 2016.
  • Red October

    Using extensive field data from hundreds of interviews, Webber surveys the origins of Bolivia's revolutionary wave of 2000 to 2005.
  • Class War, USA

    An engaging collection of riveting stories about working people in United States history fighting back in the darkest times.
  • The Future of Our Schools

    Timely and experience-based guide to strengthening democracy within teachers unions.