Field Notes from San Francisco’s Housing Wars$15.95 $11.96
The true story of how gentrification, fueled by income inequality, decimated working people in San Francisco.
Notes on the "Labor Aristocracy"$10.00
Despite what radical intellectuals often think, workers know quite a bit about where they are situated within the class society (hard to believe, i know!). Thus, it's typical for members of the...
Crisis, Resistance, and the Age of Austerity$22.95
This book brings together a unique collection of political economists, social theorists, and movement participants to examine financial collapse and its aftermath. A sobering look at the limits of...
A brilliant zine, focussing on an analysis (from an anarchist, anti-corporate perspective) of capitalist economics, the money system, finance, and how it actually works today. Through a series of...
The anonymous Swiss author of bolo’bolo and Akiba offers a new practical proposal for reshaping the future, based on this prognosis of the present: “Our economic...
A Peter Kropotkin Anthology$24.95 $12.48
The most extensive selection of Kropotkin’s writings published in English. Serving as an introduction to classic texts and a recasting of Kropotkin from saintly philosopher to dangerous...
The Writings of Joseph Edwards$14.99
A profound critic of electoral party politics and trade union hierarchy, Joseph Edwards was among the most proletarian theorists of his generation. His pamphlets, written in the 1970s and ’80s,...
On 18 March 1871, the Parisian working class began a rebellion that shook the foundations of European society. Laborers seized direct control over their city, expelling their...
Originally published in 1972, Eusi Kwayana's The Bauxite Strike and the Old Politics, offered profound lessons for class struggle in a multiracial society. Many decades...
Class Struggle and Progressive Reform In New York City, 1894–1914$18.95
Hell’s Kitchen is among Manhattan’s most storied and studied neighborhoods. A working-class district situated next to the West Side’s middle- and upper-class residential districts, it has long...