As social movements waned in the late 70s, the study of Marx seemed to take on a life of its own. Structuralist, post-structuralist, deconstructed Marxes bloomed in journals and seminar rooms...
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Written in 1906, this is London's terrifying and visionary novel of a society where social revolution is brutally crushed by The Oligarchy, a vicious state machine constructed to destroy and...
The Theory Of The Vanguard Party And Its Application To The Black Movement In The US Today$2.00
Originally published in 1974, this essay provides a refreshing critique. Addressing Black socialists and Black nationalists Kimathi Mohammed draws on the tradition of C.R.L. James to argue...
Attacks liberal-leftist myths. Explores patriotism vs. nationalism, libertarianism and populism, social conservatism. Runs the gamut, in a series of short essays, through "What Is Populism," "A...
An Annotated Bibliography 1972–1992$11.95
The Situationist International (1957-1972) has had a very productive afterlife. This annotated bibliography contains over 600 references that chart its rise to fame from obscurity to celebrity....
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...
James' classic study of democracy in ancient Greece and its meaning for today serves as a damning critique of both liberal democrats and bureaucratic socialists alike.
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:...
From a talk given by Martin Glaberman, a Detroit autoworker and close associate of CRL James who remained unwaveringly committed to ideas of workers self organization throughout his entire life....
Written in collaboration with Raya Dunayevskaya & Grace Lee, this is another pioneering critique of Lenin and Trotsky, and reclamation of Marx, from the West Indian scholar and activist. This...