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A short call to arms authored by the leader of the Ukrainian peasent insurgency, extolling the anarchist vision—"This is the cry of the anarchist-revolutionary to the exploited. Rebel,...
Ukrania 1917–1921, La Gesta Makhnovista$20.00
Esta narración describe la Revolución rusa—no la que fue muchas veces escrita por los políticos y escritores patentados, sino la que fue, por ellos mismos desuidada y...
Kosovo, East Timor, and the Standards of the West$13.00
The conflicts in Kosovo and East Timor in 1999, looked at side-by-side by Noam Chomsky, starkly illuminate the strategies of the Western powers in the new century. In this volume Chomsky...
Personal critique of the Russian Revolution (based on his experience as an eyewitness), placed into historical context. A key text.
Examines two different aspects of the anti-fascist fight: the struggle of the partisans in Reggio Emilia, and the contribution of the Italian volunteers in Spain in 1937. Both essays share a...
Collected Columns 1993-1998$14.95
Culled from his regular columns in the London Guardian and Britain's homeless paper, The Big Issue, Stone passionately documents life as experienced "in every run-down council estate in thel and,...
A mighty work of visionary utopian socialism. A classic, a legend, and a vision all intertwined. A poet, essayist, critic, teacher, writer, his credit, that all things useful must be beautiful,...
Deported to Russia in 1919 with other undesirable 'Reds', Goldman witnessed firsthand the aftermath of the tsarist government's downfall. Horrified by what she saw in major cities and revolted by...
An Historical Guide Through The Balkans Labyrinth$2.00
A quick, but highly informative, guide to the region - from the old days of Imperial rivalry, the emergence of nationalism, the first Yugoslavia, World War II, The Tito Era, Yugoslavia...
Against The Tyranny Of The Market$12.95
In his most explicitly political work to date, Bourdieu, "perhaps the nearest figure France now has to a Jean-Paul Sartre" [New York Times] launches a sharp, uncompromising attack on the...