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SKU: 9781604863345d
Editor: Sasha Lilley
A series of incisive conversations with some of the most eminent thinkers and political economists on the Left--including David Harvey, Ellen Meiksins Wood, Mike Davis, Leo Panitch, Noam Chomsky, and Tariq Ali.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604865899d
Sasha Lilley, David McNally, Eddie Yuen, and James Davis
Catastrophism explores the politics of apocalypse and examines why the lens of catastrophe can distort our understanding and impede our ability to transform the world.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604863154d
Norman Nawrocki
Cazzarola! is a gripping, epic, political, historical, and romantic novel of Italian anarchists and Romani refugees.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631219d
Diana Block
Told from the points of view of five women over four decades, this book explores the difficult decisions and confrontations made at the boundaries of legality and speculates about the scope of clandestine action in the future.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604861150d
L.M. Bogad
A cheerfully creepy tour of declassified government surveillance documents!
$2.95

SKU: 9781629634470d
Gaston Leval • Translation and Foreword by Vernon Richards
A unique account of worker-run collectives in Revolutionary Spain combining eyewitness documentation with keen analysis of a unique historical moment.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629630953d
Richard Roman and Edur Velasco Arregui
Continental Crucible examines the clash between the corporate offensive and the forces of resistance from both a pan-continental and a class struggle perspective.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860733d
Lisa Jervis
More than just a rousing food manifesto and a nifty set of tools, Cook Food makes preparing tasty, wholesome meals simple and accessible for those hungry for both change and scrumptious fare.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604865097d
Joy Tienzo
In Cook, Eat, Thrive, Joy Tienzo encourages you to savor the cooking process while crafting distinctive meals from fresh, flavorful ingredients.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631028d
Kris Hermes
This book shows how events in 2000 acted as a testing ground to develop repressive policing methods now used across the U.S., as well as providing a laboratory for radical, innovative, and confrontational forms of legal support.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604862232d
Editor Daniel Burton-Rose
A powerful illumination of a forgotten chapter of the radical social movements of the 1970s in which diverse interests combined forces in a potent rejection of business as usual in the United States.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604862225d
Nicolas Walter
Nicolas Walter scorned the pomp and frequent ignorance of the powerful and detested the obfuscatory prose and intellectual limitations of academia. The items collected in this volume display him at his considerable best.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631172d
JJ Amaworo Wilson
In an unnamed country at an unspecified time, this novel has mixes magical realism into the narrative of a richly imagined world in which the laws of nature are constantly stretched and the past is always present.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864564d
Marge Piercy
Originally published in 1970, Marge Piercy’s second novel follows the lives of four teenagers in a near-future society, as they rebel against a military draft and “the system.”
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860283d
J. Smith and André Moncourt
In 1970 a small group of West German revolutionaries decided to go underground, set up safe houses, and learn the skills of the urban guerrilla. They were the Red Army Faction.
$2.95

SKU: 9781604864892d
Alex Ogg
A celebratory—if not uncritical—examination of a group who would become mired in controversy while playing a role in transforming punk into something genuinely threatening and enormously funny.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631127d
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.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860641d
Peter Marshall
Navigating the broad "river of anarchy," from Taoism to Situationism, from anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists, this volume is an authoritative and lively study of a widely misunderstood subject.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629634418d
Peter Kuper
This firsthand account presents a distinct artistic vision of Oaxacan life, from explorations of the beautiful environment to portrayals of the fight between strikers and government troops that left more than twenty people dead.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864823d
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Walker C. Smith, and William E. Trautmann
The pamphlets reprinted here were first published in the 1910s amid great controversy edited here and with an introduction by Salvatore Salerno.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629633831d
Mark Leier
Outlining the similarities between Bakunin and Marx, Leier suggests that the differences have often been exaggerated preventing activists from learning useful lessons about creating vibrant movements.
$2.95

SKU: 9781604863963d
Victoria Law and China Martens
Don't Leave Your Friends Behind focuses on issues affecting children and caregivers within the larger framework of social justice, mutual aid, and collective liberation.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604863024d
Andrej Grubacic
This collection of essays, commentaries and interviews represents the first book written from the radical left perspective on the topic of Yugoslav space after the dismantling of the country.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860573d
Paul Goodman • Editor: Taylor Stoehr
In this new PM Press initiative, Paul Goodman's literary executor Taylor Stoehr has gathered together nine core texts from his anarchist legacy for future generations.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604867220d
Peter Kuper
Drawn to New York is a reflection of one artist's thirty-four years on twelve miles of island with eight million people in a city whose story is ever being written.
$8.95

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