John Reed's reportage of his days with the Mexican guerillas under Pancho Villa established him as a top journalist of his time. Here, in a collection first published by Reed himself in 1914, is...
The Anarchists and Liberty$2.50
An essay tracing the influence of anarchist ideas on the Cuban people.
The history of the mutualist and anarcho-syndicalist movements in Chile, from 1840 to the present.
The Truth Behind The Legend Of The Heroic Guerrilla, Ernesto Che Guevara$2.00
At last, a thorough, if brief, critique of Che - the man and the myth. From a libertarian perspective. A welcome antidote to one of the more reactionary revolutionary poster children.
The Moon Between the Mirrors of the Night and the Crystal of Day—A Continuing Fable By...$2.50
A collection of writings and communiques from the man behind the mask.
The Managua Lectures$13.00
One of Chomsky's most accessible books, this succinct series of lectures on US international and security policy lays out the parameters of his foreign policy analysis. The arguments are conccise;...
Chicana Views for a Multi-Colored Century$18.00
A new collection of essays by the San Francisco-based author of the classic 500 Years of Chicano History in Pictures.
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...
His Revolutionary Legacy$16.95
In this masterful new study, Besancenot and Löwy explore and situate Guevara's ethical, revolutionary, and humanist legacy. They explicate Guevara's emphasis on the importance of the...
Communiques and Interviews from the Zapatista National Liberation Army$10.95
"Voice of Fire presents the critical communiqués and perspectives of the first guerrilla movement to emerge in Latin America in the post-Cold War era. This book puts us inside the...