Revolutionary Pocketbooks

Since the dark dawn of the age of Capital, all manner of thinkers, writers, and militants have been following Marx’s maxim, and struggling to both interpret the world we live in, and radically transform it. Short, sharp, and accessible, the classics and the contemporary – the Revolutionary Pocketbooks collect the essential texts emanating from such a dialectic.

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SKU: 9781629635750
Peter Kropotkin • Introduction: Brian Morris • Bibliographic notes: Iain McKay
This collection contextualises and contemporises three of Kropotkin’s most influential essays.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629631448
Emma Goldman - Editor: Shawn P. Wilbur
"The Sex Question" emerged for Goldman in multiple contexts as varied as women's suffrage, "free love," birth control, the "New Woman," homosexuality, marriage, love, and literature.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629631127
Editor and translator: Mitchell Abidor
Death to Bourgeois Society tells the story of four young anarchists who were guillotined in France in the 1890s: Ravachol, Auguste Vaillant, Emile Henry, and the Italian immigrant Santo Caserio.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629630434
Gilles Dauvé and François Martin
Doing away with wage-labor, class, the State, and private property is possible, and can only be achieved by a historical break, it will not be a peaceful, gradual, piecemeal evolution.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629632360
Daniel Guérin
Guérin not only provides a critique of the socialist and communist parties of his day, he analyzes some of the most fundamental and pressing questions with which all radicals must engage.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629630991
Gilles Dauvé
Radical theory is meaningful if it addresses the question: How can proletarian resistance to exploitation and dispossession achieve more than aggravate the crisis? How can it reshape the world?
$16.95

SKU: 9781629631370
Elliott Liu
Maoism and the Chinese Revolution offers the novice reader a sweeping overview of five decades of Maoist revolutionary history.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629636436
Max Nettlau • Editor: Shawn P. Wilbur
New Fields captures the reflections, questions, and fears of Nettlau during the early years of the anarchist movement, 1895–1921.
$14.95
SKU: 9781629633886
Editor and translator: Mitch Abidor
This is an anthology of figures who expressed the will and wishes of this nascent revolutionary class, in all its rage, directness, and contradictoriness.
$14.95

SKU: 9781629631004
Editor: Mitchell Abidor
Voices of the Paris Commune presents the stories of those who lived through and participated in the Commune in the spring of 1871.
$14.95

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