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  • Eleanor Smith's Hull House Songs

    Hull House Songs, newly republished with a critical commentary, recovers the hidden emancipatory possibilities of the Hull-House women's legacy.

  • The Long Deep Grudge

    A powerful account of the epic clash between corporate greed and militant workers in the American heartland.

  • Revolution and Its Alternatives

    In this apposite study, Tom Brass explores the relationship between the political subject and the politics of the radical right in the absence of class-based projects of the left.

  • Righteous Gentiles

    A creative and critical analysis of America's largest pro-Israel organization: Christians United for Israel.

  • The Sociogony

    Drawing on Hegel, Marx, Weber, and Durkheim, Mark Worrell re-examines the social ontology of "social facts' in the wake of the shift from bourgeois liberalism to global neoliberalism.

  • Welcoming Ruin

    The first full-length study of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and its afterlives.

  • Bit Tyrants

    For all their famed disruption of the economy, Big Tech's secret sauce turns out to be Capitalism's standard issue blend of exploitation and corporate maleficence.

  • Yellow Earth

    Rich layers of shale oil are discovered under Yellow Earth, North Dakota and the neighboring Three Nations Indian reservation. All hell breaks loose.

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  • The Antagonistic Principle

    In this ground-breaking contribution to political theory, Modenesi re-establishes the centrality of Marxism in conceptualizing political action.

  • The French Revolution and Social Democracy

    The first full-length study of German and Austrian social-democratic readings of the French Revolution, now available in English.

  • Invisible Leviathan

    This updated and expanded edition critically explores and makes significant contributions to the debate surrounding Karl Marx's "capitalist law of value.'

  • Marx on Capitalism

    A reconstruction of Marx’s account of capitalism based on a systematic retranslation of the texts

  • State and Revolution in Finland

    Risto Alapuro, through a comparative and historical study of the Finnish revolution, provides a pertinent account of how upheavals in powerful countries impact smaller countries.

  • The Adventures of The Communist Manifesto

    A new, definitive, translation of the Karl Marx and Frederick Engels' Communist Mannifesto by American socialist luminary, Hal Draper.

  • Neoliberalism's War on Higher Education

    Neoliberalism's War on Higher Education reveals how neoliberal policies, practices, and modes of material and symbolic violence have radically reshaped the mission and practice of higher education, short-changing a generation of young people.

  • Alliance of Adversaries

    Edited by John Sexton

    The 1922 Congress of Toilers of the Far East was among the most influential and impactful gatherings of the Communist International. This volume brings it to life through edited and annotated minutes.

  • How Labour Built Neoliberalism

    In this timely and controversial treatment of the Australian labour movement, Humphrys examines the role of the Labor Party and trade unions in constructing neoliberalism in Australia.

  • Media, Ideology and Hegemony

    Edited by Savaş Çoban

    Media, Ideology and Hegemony equips readers with the essential tools they need to think critically about the new digital world.

  • A Moment on the Clock of the World

    Edited by David Bruin and Melanie Joseph

    Inspired by the twenty-five-year history of New York’s Foundry Theatre, A Moment on the Clock of the World is an anthology of inquiry arising both within and between art and social justice practices.

  • Red Hamlet

    The first full-length biography of the influential Russian revolutionary, philosopher, physician, and rival to Lenin, Alexander Bogdanov.

  • 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.