Completed only days before the author was assassinated in an alleged prison escape attempt. Political essays, thoughts and fragments from the legendary prison activist and revolutionary.
The Indian Movement From Alcatraz To Wounded Knee$17.95
For a brief but brilliant season beginning in the late 1960s, American Indians seized national attention in a series of radical acts of resistance, and forever changed the lives of Americans....
The historic campaign for voter registration - as told (and occasionally sung) by the participants themselves - unsung heroes all, save for Dick Gregory and Medgar Evers. Moving testimony, and...
A Personal History Of The 1960s$19.95
"As one of the early leaders of the Students For A Democratic Society (SDS), Tom Hayden struggled to bring about equal rights for African Americans and later, to end the US involvement in the...
"In the spring of 1974, Abbie Hoffman - civil rights activist, Yippie, author and media artist - went 'underground' to avoid a long prison sentence for allegedly selling cocaine to a police...
All known workshop recordings from four years at the National Conference on Organized Resistance (Washington DC) in mp3 format. 44 workshops totaling over 60 hours of audio!!! Speakers include...
The Progressive Interviews$16.00
Alternative Radio founder and the "Studs Terkel of our generation," Barsamian's latest volume brings together over 20 interviews culled from The Progressive magazine. Here he talks with luminaries...
Writings From An Anti-Imperialist Political Prisoner$15.00
A founder of Columbia University SDS, and a veteran of the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War Movements, David Gilbert joined the Weather Underground Organization in the late í60's. After...
The Struggle To Claim Our Humanity$11.95
Hard working antiwar, pro-feminist author, activist and lecturer Robert Jensen probes into the sense of disempowerment that has resulted from the Left's inability to halt the violent and repressive...
Sixties Radicals Turn to Lenin, Mao and Che$23.00 $11.50
Revolution in the Air is the first in-depth study of the long march of the US New Left after 1968. It tells the story of the "new communist movement," which was the most racially integrated...