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SKU: 9781629632254d
John Holloway
We Are the Crisis of Capital collects articles and excerpts written by radical academic, theorist, and activist John Holloway over a period of forty years.
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SKU: 9781604864809d
Editors: Elizabeth Betita Martínez, Mandy Carter, and Matt Meyer
A collection of articles from scholars and activists exploring the major points of intersection between white supremacy and the war machine and what needs to be done.
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SKU: 9781629632292d
Thomas Linzey and Anneke Campbell
We the People offers portraits of communities across the U.S. that have faced threats from environmentally destructive corporate projects and responded by banning those projects at a local level.
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SKU: 9781604865912d
Tomoyuki Hoshino
A man and woman find their genders and sexualities brought radically into question when their bodies sprout new parts, seemingly out of thin air.
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SKU: 9781604864274d
Editors: Iain Boal, Janferie Stone, Michael Watts, and Cal Winslow
Explores the roots and legacies of the pulse of radical energies that generated forms of collective life beyond the nuclear family and the world of private consumption.
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SKU: 9781629631462d
Donald Rooum
This book is an introduction to the development of anarchist thought, useful not only to propagandists and proselytizers of anarchism but also to teachers and students, and to all who want to uncover the basic core of anarchism.
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SKU: 9781604861105d
Turbulence Collective
Sometimes all it takes to get moving again is a nudge in a new direction... We think now is a good time to ask the question: What is winning? Or: What would—or could—it mean to "win?"
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SKU: 9781604863000d
William C. Blizzard • Editor: Wess Harris
The definitive insider's history of the 20th century Mine Wars and the treason trial of Bill Blizzard, the fearless leader of the Red Neck Army.
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SKU: 9781629635408d
Matt Meyer • Foreword: Sonia Sanchez
These essays reveal the successful strategies and methods used in recent campaigns to free Puerto Rican and Black Panther political prisoners, confront neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, and more.
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SKU: 9781629632278d
John King
Set against a background of pirate radio stations, pink Cadillacs, and freeway dreams, White Trash insists there is no such thing as white trash.
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SKU: 9781604869491d
Francis Dupuis-Déri • Translated by Lazer Lederhendler
This is a comprehensive view of the tactic and locates it within the anarchist tradition of direct action and includes recent actions at protests around the world.
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SKU: 9781629635767d
Freedom Press
A provocative collection of essays and illustrations by writers and artists from the nineteenth century through to today, dissecting “work,” its form under capitalism, and the possibilities for an alternative society.
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SKU: 9781629631011d
Ward Churchill
Wielding Words like Weapons is a collection of acclaimed American Indian Movement activist-intellectual Ward Churchill’s essays in indigenism, selected from material written during the decade 1995–2005.
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SKU: 9781629631271d
Donald Rooum
Wildcat Anarchist Comics collects the long-running “Wildcat” cartoon series that has been published in Freedom newspaper since 1980.
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SKU: 9781629633862d
Peter Marshall
The picture of Godwin that emerges is one of a complex man and a subtle and revolutionary thinker, one whose influence was far greater than is usually assumed.
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SKU: 9781604862430d
E.P. Thompson
Two impressive figures, William Morris as subject and E.P. Thompson as author, are conjoined in this immense biographical-historical-critical study.
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SKU: 9781604864175d
Derrick Weston Brown
Poet Derrick Weston Brown channels hip-hop, Toni Morrison, and Snagglepuss to make way for the shudder and eruption of wisdom.
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SKU: 9781629635682d
Silvia Federici
A feminist call to arms providing new ways of understanding the methods in which women resist victimization and offers a reminder that reconstructing the memory of the past is crucial for the struggles of the present.
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SKU: 9781604860412d
Staughton Lynd and Andrej Grubacic
Wobblies and Zapatistas offers the reader an encounter between two generations and two traditions.
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SKU: 9781629635705d
Mariarosa Dalla Costa • Preface: Harry Cleaver • Editor: Camille Barbagallo
These essays provide critical and relevant ideas for anticapitalists, antiracists, and feminists who are attempting to build counterpower in the age of austerity.
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SKU: 9781629637020d
Mat Callahan and Yvonne Moore
An organic melding of history, music, and politics that demonstrates with remarkably colorful evidence that workers everywhere will struggle to improve their conditions of life.
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SKU: 9781604869583d
Editors: Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman
Founded in 1979, World War 3 Illustrated is a collective of artists and activists working with the unified goal of creating a home for political comics, graphics, and stirring personal stories.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629634456d
Editor: Wess Harris
Written in Blood features the work of Appalachia’s leading scholars and activists making available an accurate, ungilded, and uncensored understanding of our history.
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SKU: 9781629637167d
Gabriel Kuhn
The highly anticipated follow up to the critically acclaimed Sober Living for the Revolution continues the reconnaissance of straight edge culture and how it overlaps with radical politics.
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SKU: 9781629634425d
Noam Chomsky • Edited by Davor Džalto
Through articles, public talks, and correspondence, Chomsky addresses some of the crucial political and social issues affecting both the Balkans and the international community.
$8.95

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