Challenging the Neo-Liberal Economy$26.95
Business co-operatives can offer successful alternative models of decision making, employment, and operation without the existence of managerial and hierarchical structures. Through case...
Postcapitalism and a World Without Work$19.95
Neoliberalism isn’t working. Austerity is forcing millions into poverty and many more into precarious work, while the left remains trapped in stagnant political practices that offer no...
From poisoned water and police violence in our cities, to gun massacres and hate-mongering on the presidential campaign trail, evidence that America is at war with itself is everywhere around us....
What Is It and How Can We Destroy It?$12.95
The first part of this book gives an introduction to capitalist economics in accessible, non-specialist language. It covers: the basics of economic systems; financial markets; the global economy...
Remaking the Politics of Displacement$27.95
Displacement and dispossessions are convulsing cities across the globe, becoming the dominant urban narratives of our time. Matt Hern uses case studies in Portland, New Orleans, and Vancouver to...
A classic work of radical comics journalism, 'EXTRACTION! Comix Reportage' teamed up award winning journalists and artists to produce an anthology of comics about the criminal activities of mining...
"We are fed up with working for free. We must force capital, which profits from our work, to pay for our schoolwork. Only in this way can we seize more power to use in our dealings with capital."
Proposals for a Democratic Economy$19.95
What would a viable free and democratic society look like? Poverty, exploitation, instability, hierarchy, subordination, environmental exhaustion, radical inequalities of wealth and...
This new full-length book by Noam Chomsky is a probing examination of the waning American Century, the nature of U.S. policies post-9/11, and the perils of valuing power above democracy and human...
Against the Neoliberal Turn in Black Politics$19.00
Over the past several years scholars, activists, and analysts have begun to examine the growing divide between the wealthy and the rest of us, suggesting that the divide can be traced to the...