The Struggle Against The No-Strike Pledge In The UAW During World War II$8.00
Whether or not it was a good war, the Second World War saw more strikes than at any other time in the history of the American labor movement. In this groundbreaking history from below, Glaberman...
Workers' Struggle Against War$5.00
A leading figure in the Left Wing of the Socialist Party during the First World War, Mary E Marcy (1877-1922) was managing editor f the International Socialist Review, the most popular and...
Workers' Struggle Against War$10.00
A leading figure in the Left Wing of the Socialist Party during the World War I, Mary E. Marcy (1877–1922) was managing editor of the International Socialist Review, the most popular...
Selected writings 1939 to 1948,$14.00
Berneri was the rare critic of her time with the insight to not only perceive the threat of fascism, but also the repression that waited behind "democracy" and "socialism". This volume includes...
Argues for social defense as a grassroots initiative linked to challenges to oppressive structures in society, such as patriarchy, police, and the state. Filled with examples from Finland to Fiji.
A wide ranging state-of-the-world report from America's most influential intellectual. Recent interviews with David Barsamian cover everything from Bosnia to NAFTA.
Vietnam, the United States, and the Modern Historical Experience$19.95
One of the finest radical economic historians goes to work on a truly American experience."In this detailed and provocative study, Kolko analyzes the U.S.-Vietnamese war on two levels:...
The CIA, Drugs And The Press$19.95
Both a detailed chronology and analysis of the CIA's role as drug baron - from the mind-control drugs of the 40s and 50s, the heroin trade in South-East Asia, support of anti-Castro Cuban drug...
The CIA, The Contras, And the Crack Cocaine Explosion$24.95
The full uncensored story of the origins of the American crack epidemic, and its links to the CIA-backed Contra guerrillas. This expanded edition offers new documentary evidence to support Webb's...
The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights And The Contradictions Of U.S. Policy$6.95
In this scathing indictment, Chomsky shows how the US has selectively used - or flouted - the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights to further its policy ends, holding Communist regimes and...