The First International and the Origins of the Anarchist Movement$21.00 $15.75
An unprecedented analysis of an often misunderstood history: How the anarchist movement arose out of the debates and conflicts within the First International.
300 Years of Insurrection in the American South$20.00 $15.00
Dixie Be Damned engages seven "hidden" insurrectionary episodes in Southern history to demonstrate the region's long arc of revolt. Countering images of the South as pacified and...
Frank Little is considered by some to be the greatest organizer produced by the U.S. labor movement, and yet precious little has been written about the famous IWW agitator. This book chronicles and...
An Independent Socialist Magazine$6.00
It's monthly. It's fiercely anti-capitalist, and independent. It's superb. It ought to be mandatory reading for anyone/everyone w ho cares even a teensy bit about what's going on, and how to change...
Examples and Ideas of Direct Action$4.50
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network, written by two SeaSol organizers.
A pamphlet promoting the development of workplace organisers, offering practical advice we could all be implementing in our own workplaces.
One of the most vital, engaging, relevant and informative anarchist magazines today. The essays and articles pertain more than most, both theoretically, and practically, not just to 'everyday'...
Waging Class War Within Labour$4.00
Bringing forward insights that aim to make us more effective in reaching our goals as revolutionaries, “Combative Unionism” illustrates a specific strategy that should be applied within the labour...
10th Anniversary Edition$24.95
Selected testimonies to living history—speeches, letters, poems, songs—offered by the people who make history happen, but are often left out of history books: women, workers, people of color....
Regional Imperialism and the New Democracy$19.95 $9.98
A detailed examination of the shifting alliances and economic forces in Brazil that social movements must understand and engage. Neither capitalist option for Brazil--regional business partner or...