Dust Devil on a Quiet Street Richard Bowes
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Dust Devil on a Quiet Street chronicles the remarkable life of Boston-born, New York City-reared author Richard Bowes. Bowes’s childhood and adolescent brushes with … More
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism Peter Marshall
Navigating the broad ‘river of anarchy‘, from Taoism to Situationism, from Ranters to Punk rockers, from individualists to communists, from anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists, Demanding… More
At the Sign of the Barber’s Pole: Studies in Hirsute History William Andrews
December 2008: 9781590210819 • 108 pp • trade paper/ebook
At the Sign of the Barber’s Pole: Studies in Hirsute History.
Hirsute history may not be the most sought-after field at institutes of higher learning,… More
Turning Money into Rebellion: The Unlikely Story of Denmark’s Revolutionary Bank Robbers Gabriel Kuhn
Blekingegade is a quiet Copenhagen street. It is also where, in May 1989, the police discovered an apartment that had served Denmark’s most notorious twentieth-century bank robbers as a hideaway for years. The Blekingegade… More
Pistoleros!: The Chronicles of Farquhar McHarg Farquhar McHarg
A thrilling tale of adventure, treachery, and betrayal… a fascinating insight into the ideas and optimism that set the world ablaze in the first part of the twentieth century.
Barcelona, 1976: Hired gunmen… More
Tomorrow We Never Did Talk About It Eduardo Halfon et al.
Eduardo Halfon’s story follows closely the departure of a well-off industrialist Jewish family from Guatemala in the early 1980s. The events are seen from the point of view of the naive, inquisitive ten-year-old… More
Robin Hood: People’s Outlaw and Forest Hero Paul Buhle et al.
A Graphic Guide
Paul Buhle brings a new dimension to Robin Hood, helping to explain why an outlaw from the 14th Century is still a left wing hero today. Paul Buhle brings a new dimension to Robin Hood, helping to explain … More
Organize! Building from the Local for Global Justice Aziz Choudry et al.
What are the ways forward for organizing for progressive social change in an era of unprecedented economic, social, and ecological crises? How do political activists build power and critical analysis in their daily… More
Oscar Lopez Rivera: Between Torture and Resistance Oscar López Rivera
“Listening to Oscar’s voice in this book makes something clear that one such as Nelson Mandela would know well: his sense of liberty has not been extinguished by the jailers’ bars or the torturers on call.” —Celina… More
Fire and Flames was the first comprehensive study of the German autonomous movement ever published. Released in 1990, it reached its fifth edition by 1997, with the legendary German Konkret journal concluding that… More
Maroon the Implacable Russell Maroon Shoatz et al.
Russell Maroon Shoatz is a political prisoner who has been held unjustly for over thirty years, including two decades in solitary confinement. He was active as a leader in the Black Liberation Movement in Philadelphia,… More
Ned Ludd and Queen Mab: Machine-Breaking, Romanticism, and the Several Commons of 1811-12 Peter Linebaugh
Peter Linebaugh, in an extraordinary historical and literary tour de force, enlists the anonymous and scorned 19th century loom-breakers of the English midlands into the front ranks of an international, polyglot,… More
“Everything that makes good Regency drama is here—high society, duels, romantic locations, and of course, a look at the underbelly of the Regency world, including a very harsh and realistic look at Newgate prison.… More
Strike! Revised and Expanded Jeremy Brecher
Since its original publication in 1972, no book has done as much as Jeremy Brecher’s Strike! to bring American labor history to a wide audience. Strike! narrates the dramatic story of repeated, massive, and sometimes… More
A History of Pan-African Revolt C.L.R. James
Originally published in England in 1938 (the same year as his magnum opus The Black Jacobins) and expanded in 1969, this work remains the classic account of global Black resistance. Robin D.G. Kelley’s substantial… More
The Music Teacher Bob Sennett et al.
Growing up in the early years of the twentieth century, Joe Dooley allows his love for music and his passionate friendships with other young men to blind him to the tides of revolution rising around him in British-dominated… More