Illuminating The Sex Industry$5.95
A new magazine largley written by, and about, women in the sex industry. The debut issue includes an interview with Carol Queen, A strippers last dance, Scarlot Harlot's Call To Action, Women Of...
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...
In this classic work of American nonfiction the greatest labor organizer in US history details her three quarter century fight for labor's liberation, and her unswerving belief in industrial...
History and Current Reality$2.50
A superb essay from one of the organisers of the Committee To End The Marion Lockdown. This first appeared in the anthology 'Cages Of Steel'.
If you've ever had doubts about the hateful, misogynistic attitude of the Christian church toward women - and its destructive effects upon women's lives over the last two millennia - this pamphlet...
Radical Visions for Radical Change$15.00 $7.50
In this eclectic volume of essays, Michael Albert combines analysis, commentary, and outrage. He doesn't simply say "no" to the killing train, but says "yes" to justice and liberation, offering...
"And now, what has Anarchism to say to all this, this bankruptcy of republicanism, this modern empire that has grown up on the ruins of our early freedom? We say this, that the sin our fathers...
We all know all 3 are important, but how do they fit together? An excellent introduction to a complicated subject.
A highly useful examination of the situationist critique of the commodity economy, as it pertains to women in particular, from the venerable anarcho-feminist. Very much recommended.
An essay from 1873 "to show the injustice and impolicy of ruling woman without her consent."