A reprint of his seminal essay first published as the introduction to Daniel Guérin's "Anarchism: From Theory to Practice". Chomsky lays out the basics of the history and philosophy of libertarian...
This volume is the most comprehensive selection in English of Rosa Luxemburg's speeches and articles, covering some of her more theoretical work and her writings about the major events of her time:...
A comprehensive study of Fascism as it evolved in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, Daniel Guerin's classic work, first published in French in 1936, shows how fascism arose from the...
Work, Energy, War, 1973-1992$12.00
A collection of essays by the Midnight Notes Collective analyzing the connections between oil, war, and the global class struggle. Contains the best analysis of the Gulf War yet written. Packed...
Drawn from an appendix written by Peirats in 1988, an examination of the flight and re-settlement of Republicans and anarchists at the conclusion of the Spanish Civil War.
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...
Goldman's strident defense of Alexander Berkman's attempt on the Homestead tyrant-boss, excerpted from her Living My Life.
The history of the mutualist and anarcho-syndicalist movements in Chile, from 1840 to the present.
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:...
An Infantile Disorder?$2.50
A survey of the anti-parliamentarist communist movement in Britain during and after WWI, and the effects of Comintern/Bolshevik directives on the efforts at organisational unity. From the...