Classic autobiography of a life-long Spanish militant. From Franco's prisons to exile and beyond.
Thomas Skimore (1790-1832) - carpenter, teacher, scientist , writer and printer - was a leader and theorist of the early American labor movement. His 'Rights Of Man Of Property!' (1829) called for...
A Fragment Of Aframerican Life$12.00
Written in the late 1940s but unpublished till now, this superb portrayal of Black life during the Great Depression and the New Deal is virtually a sequel to the classic Home to Harlem. Mckay's...
The humble, moving, and inspiring autobiograhy of Brian Wilson. Working class stiff. Vietnam vet. Who became an anti-prison activist, Veteran counselor, and finally, non-violent activist against...
In this classic work of American nonfiction the greatest labor organizer in US history details her three quarters century fight for labor's liberation, and her unswerving belief in industrial...
The life stories of eight working-class anarchist militants railroaded to prison or the gallows for the 1886 Haymarket bombing in Chicago. Written from prison, these accounts present a living...
The Anarchist Background$32.95
A thoroughly researched AND extremely readable book on the two most famous anarchist illegalists in U.S. history. Avrich is not so much concerned with the already well-discussed issue of innocence...
A new edition of the incredible story of the life, the actions, and the death of an anarchist guerilla. Sabate was the most famous of the anarchists who never stopped - after the defeat of the...
One Woman's Fight To Die Her Own Way$9.95 $4.98
In 1985, Andrea, a member of the French ultra-leftist group Os Cangaceiros, learns that she has cancer. After 5 years confronting the psychological and physical effects of chemotheraphy, she...
Arrested on the New Jersey Turnpike, convicted after 7 trials, broken out of prison and escaped to asylum in Cuba, where she lives today. The underground railroad is still in business. The...