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  1. Jumping the Line

    Jumping the Line

    The Adventures and Misadventures of an American Radical

    William Herrick


    Jumping the Line offers a vivid first-hand account of Left culture in America in the heady days of the 20s through the 40s. William Herrick grew up in New York City with pictures of Lenin above...

  2. Joe Hill

    Joe Hill

    The IWW & the Making of a Revolutionary Working Class Counterculture

    Franklin Rosemont


    A monumental work, expansive in scope, and not only the life, times, and culture of that most famous of the Wobblies (songwriter, poet, hobo, thinker, humorist, martyr), but crucially - and in...

  3. The Autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois

    The Autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois

    A Soliloquy on Viewing My Life from the Last Decade of Its First Century

    W.E.B. Dubois


    "This is no common autobiography, but a reflective, moving and gracefully written account of the life of one of the country's greatest Negroes." [New York Times] "His writing is unbelievably strong...

  4. The Rebel Girl

    The Rebel Girl

    An Autobiography—My First Life (1906-1926)

    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn


    First half of this legendary labor organiser's autobiography. (Unfortunately, she never completed the second half). This volume covers the IWW years, the Lawrence textile strike, Patterson Silk...

  5. Beggars of Life

    Beggars of Life

    Jim Tully


    Beggars Of Life is easily the greatest of hobo autobiographies. First published in 1924, it holds up remarkably well because Jim Tully was one of the founders of the spare, gritty, unsentimental...

  6. Lucy Parsons

    Lucy Parsons

    Freedom, Equality & Solidarity, Writings & Speeches, 1878–1937

    Lucy Parsons


    Edited and introduced by Gale Ahrens, here, for the first time, is a hefty selection of the writings and speeches of the woman the Chicago police called 'More dangerous than a thousand rioters!'...

  7. Nestor Makhno: Anarchy's Cossack

    Nestor Makhno: Anarchy's Cossack

    The Struggle for Free Soviets in the Ukraine 1917–1921

    Alexandre Skirda


    The phenomenal life of Ukrainian peasant Nestor Makhno (1888–1934) provides the framework for this breakneck account of the downfall of the tsarist empire and the civil war that convulsed and...

  8. Frederick Engels

    Frederick Engels

    (November 1820–August 1895)

    John Keracher


    Another original pamphlet from 1946, unearthed from a secret Charles H Kerr cache! This is a brief sketch of the life and work of Engels, Marx's closest associate, and collaborator.

  9. Down Below

    Down Below

    Leonora Carrington


    Best known for her dazzling paintings and tales of black humor, Carrington is one of contemporary surrealism's outstanding spokespersons. Born and raised in England, she joined the international...

  10. The London Years

    The London Years

    Rudolf Rocker


    The autobiography of the father of anarcho-syndicalism, a German Catholic who fled to London to escape prosecution, taught himself Yiddish,and became the acknowledged leader of the Yiddish-speaking...

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