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  1. 2/15


    The Day the World Said NO to War

    Noam Chomsky


    On February 15th (well, and San Francisco on the 16th) the world witnessed, and participated in, the greatest global peace protest ever. This full-color book captures the power and beauty of 30...

  2. 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...

  3. Radical Priorities

    Radical Priorities

    Noam Chomsky


    In Radical Priorities, C.P. Otero sets out to "provide relatively easy access to Chomsky's libertarian philosophy and political analysis". Taken from a wide variety of sources, many never widely...

  4. Chile


    Promise Of Freedom

    Freedom Archives


    This incredible new CD features interviews with Isabel Allende, Ariel Dorfman, Isabel Letelier, and people in global pursuit of the Pinochet/Kissinger cases, as well as the archived voices of...

  5. What is Anarchism?

    What is Anarchism?

    Alexander Berkman


    A reprint of perhaps the first and best exposition of Anarchism by one of its greatest propagandists (by both word and deed) and thinkers. In a clear conversation with the reader Berkman discusses...

  6. Come September

    Come September

    Arundhati Roy


    In this acclaimed Lannan Foundation lecture, Arundhati Roy speaks poetically to power on the U.S. government's "War on Terror", globalization, and the misuses of nationalism. She contextualizes the...

  7. Controlled Flight Into Terrain

    Controlled Flight Into Terrain

    Stealworks Anthology 3.0

    John Yates


    Controlled Flight Into Terrain is episode three in the sociopolitical graphic commentary from John Yates' Stealworks design compound. A San Francisco Bay Area independent designer, his work...

  8. A New World in Our Hearts

    A New World in Our Hearts

    8 Years of Writings from the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation

    Roy San Filippo


    The Love and Rage Federation was perhaps the most visible revolutionary anarchist organization in North America in the last few decades. This book keeps alive the many key political contributions...

  9. The New War on Terrorism

    The New War on Terrorism

    Fact and Fiction

    Noam Chomsky


    "We certainly want to reduce the level of terror...There is one easy way to do that...stop participating in it."--Noam Chomsky, from the CDWhat is terrorism? And how can we reduce the...

  10. Workers' Councils

    Workers' Councils

    Anton Pannekoek


    "Good, solid, working-class literature." -Noam Chomsky What the working class strives for in its struggle, liberty and security, to be master of its own life, is only possible through control...

  11. Mob Action Against the State

    Mob Action Against the State

    Collected Speeches from the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair

    Barry Pateman


    The Bay Area is rich in local radicals, and most of them have taken a turn at the microphone of the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair. Here's an all-star collection from the speakers' corner of the...

  12. Artists in a Time of War

    Artists in a Time of War

    Howard Zinn


    "As soon as you speak outside the boundaries, as soon as you say things that are different from what the establishment and the media and leading intellectuals are telling you to say, the question...

  13. Taking Liberties

    Taking Liberties

    Policing, Prisons and Surveillance in an Age of Crisis

    Christian Parenti


    In this, his first spoken word CD, Christian focuses on the states' use of repression through the prison industrial complex, federal and local law enforcement agencies and most recently, the...

  14. Beating the Devil

    Beating the Devil

    The Incendiary Rants of Alexander Cockburn

    Alexander Cockburn


    In this collection of recent talks, maverick commentator Alexander Cockburn defiles subjects ranging from Colombia to the American presidency to the Missile Defense System. Whether he's skewering...

  15. Critical Mass

    Critical Mass

    Bicycling's Defiant Celebration

    Chris Carlsson


    This leaderless, grassroots social movement cuts through the noise and inertia of car-clogged urban transportation and teaches us to carve a wedge of our city for our dreams. So says essayist Anna...

  16. Orgasms of History

    Orgasms of History

    3000 Years of Spontaneous Insurrection

    Yves Fremion


    Every now and then, things explode. Riots, uprisings, revolutions, new and bizarre social groups spring up seemingly from nowhere. Our standard histories tend to treat these as oddities, if treated...

  17. Facing the Enemy

    Facing the Enemy

    A History of Anarchist Organization From Proudhon To May 1968

    Alexandre Skirda


    The finest single volume history of European Anarchism is finally available in English in Paul Sharkey's elegant translation. Drawing on decades of research, Alexandre Skirda traces anarchism as a...

  18. Prisons on Fire

    Prisons on Fire

    George Jackson, Attica & Black Liberation

    Freedom Archives


    Thirty years ago, America's prisons burned. Here's how, why, and what happened. Who were the Attica Brothers? Why did 1,500 Black, Puerto Rican and white prisoners seize control of the New York...

  19. Housing Benefit Hill And Other Places

    Housing Benefit Hill And Other Places

    Collected Columns 1993-1998

    CJ Stone


    Culled from his regular columns in the London Guardian and Britain's homeless paper, The Big Issue, Stone passionately documents life as experienced "in every run-down council estate in thel and,...

  20. 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...

  21. Direct Action

    Direct Action

    Memoirs Of An Urban Guerilla

    Ann Hansen


    The Vancouver 5, or Squamish 5, were 5 Canadians convicted in the early 80s of (successfully) bombing a hydro-electric power sub-station, the Litton Systems plant in Toronto, where components for...

  22. Who Bombed Judi Bari?

    Who Bombed Judi Bari?

    Judi Bari


    A posthumous collection of Bari's greatest and most poignant speeches and actions. From her hospital bed just days after she was bombed; from the front lines of the timber wars, as well as on radio...

  23. Obsolete Communism

    Obsolete Communism

    The Left-Wing Alternative

    Daniel Cohn-Bendit


    "Their nightmares are our dreams" In May 68 a student protest at Nanterre University spread to other universities, to Paris factories and in a few weeks to most of France. On May 13 a million...

  24. 175 Progress Drive

    175 Progress Drive


    The finest radio political journalism from the world's most famous political prisoner. Herein you'll find a collection of audio essays spanning Mumia's career, all on CD for the first time. Some...

  25. You Can't Win

    You Can't Win

    Jack Black


    A legendary book, bestseller in 1926 and hovering at the edge of our memory since; the favorite book of William Burroughs. A journey into the hobo underworld, freight hopping around the still Wild...

  26. Televisionaries


    The Red Army Faction Story 1963-93

    Tom Vague


    An irreverent chronological history and analysis of THE terrorist group that bombed and shot their way through the last three decades of Western capitalism. From student radicalism to Stammheim to...

  27. Anarchism, Marxism and the Future of the Left

    Anarchism, Marxism and the Future of the Left

    Murray Bookchin


    Murray Bookchin was a dynamic revolutionary propagandist since the 1930s when, as a teenager, he orated before socialist crowds in New York City and engaged in support work for those fighting...

  28. An American Addiction

    An American Addiction

    Drugs, Guerillas, Counterinsurgency—US Intervention In Colombia

    Noam Chomsky


    "Colombia has been the leading recipient of US arms and training in the Western Hemisphere through the 1990s. It has also had the worst human rights record by far in the Western Hemisphere during...

  29. Monkeywrenching the New World Order

    Monkeywrenching the New World Order

    Howard Zinn


    When tens of thousands of demonstrators shut down the WTO meetings in Seattle, it heralded not only an awareness of the new global capitalist order, but the start of a movement to effectively...

  30. Moving Forward

    Moving Forward

    Program for a Participatory Economy

    Michael Albert


    If not capitalism, then what? Something's not working here, and it's pretty clear what's wrong. But there's a dearth of material on what could be right -- and more important, how to do it....

  31. Stories Hollywood Never Tells

    Stories Hollywood Never Tells

    Howard Zinn


    What sort of view of our history do we get from Hollywood movies? Why are some stories told and others not? Howard Zinn's People's History of the United States helped to enlarge our sense of...

  32. Reading Capital Politically

    Reading Capital Politically

    Harry Cleaver


    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...

    Not yet published

  33. Legacy to Liberation

    Legacy to Liberation

    Politics & Culture of Revolutionary Asian/Pacific America

    Fred Ho


    The Black Panther Party and the Brown Berets live on in our historical memory, but what of the revolutionary groups which came out of Asian America in the late 60s and early 70s? Compiled by...

  34. Heroes and Martyrs

    Heroes and Martyrs

    Emma Goldman, Sacco & Vanzetti, and the Revolutionary Struggle

    Howard Zinn


    Howard Zinn takes us back a century to a newly industrialized America, the time of robber barons & tycoons, of tenements bursting with immigrants, of dramatic and often violent labor struggles like...

  35. A Cavalier History of Surrealism

    A Cavalier History of Surrealism

    Raoul Vaneigem


    A down-and-dirty survey of the Surrealist movement written under a pseudonym in 1970 by leading Situationist theorist Raoul Vaneigem. Intended for a high-school readership, and dashed off in two...

  36. The Diamond Signature

    The Diamond Signature

    A Novel In Four Books & The Death Of The Imagination—A Drama For Four Readers

    Penny Rimbaud


    The Diamond Signature is what Penny Rimbaud considers his most important work. It formed the basis for the band CRASS, who revolutionized both punk rock and politics in a blistering seven year...

  37. Siege of Gresham

    Siege of Gresham

    Ray Murphy


    A bunch of Portland drunks are on a mission... and this time it's war. Their dark and perilous campaign ceaselessly picks up speed until it takes on a runaway life of its own, transformed by a...

  38. Sister of the Road

    Sister of the Road

    The Autobiography of Boxcar Bertha

    Ben Reitman


    Another raging slab of real American history you're not likely to find in the textbooks. It's a window into a wildly under-appreciated dropout culture that gets left out of the stultifying...

  39. An Idol Killing

    An Idol Killing

    Mark J. White


    All life is worthless... but some lives cost more to terminate than others. It's 2046, Britain teeters on the brink of total ecological collapse. Tonight, Empti Vee, rockstar celebrity,...

  40. Propaganda and Control of the Public Mind

    Propaganda and Control of the Public Mind

    Noam Chomsky


    "The war against working people should be understood to be a real war. It's not a new war. It's an old war. Furthermore it's a perfectly conscious war everywhere, but specifically in the US...which...

  41. Sabate


    Guerilla Extraordinary

    Antonio Tellez


    A new edition of the incredible story of the life, the actions, and the death of an anarchist guerilla. Sabate was the most famous of the anarchists who never stopped - after the defeat of the...

    Not yet published

  42. Seizing the Airwaves

    Seizing the Airwaves

    A Free Radio Handbook

    Stephen Dunifer


    The first book to document and emphasize the myriad voices of the free radio movement, from Black Liberation Radio in Springfield, Illinois, to Free Radio Berkeley in Berkeley, California. The...

  43. Rage and Reason

    Rage and Reason

    Michael Tobias


    Michael Tobias' latest work of fiction is a shocking, breath-stopping political thriller which tracks the fury of an outraged ex-Special Forces veteran who turns to violent retribution in defence...

  44. A People's History of the United States

    A People's History of the United States

    A Lecture at Reed College

    Howard Zinn


    A scintillating lecture and discussion by the legendary teacher, historian and activist. Here Zinn explains with great humor and passion how his teaching, his history and his activism are parts of...

  45. I've Got To Know

    I've Got To Know

    Utah Phillips


    "During the Gulf War, I got plenty good and mad.....with the help of Dakota Sid Clifford, I went in a small but very fine studio....For the next 70 minutes I spouted, fulminated, and sang about...

  46. Less Rock, More Talk

    Less Rock, More Talk

    A Spoken Word Compilation

    Noam Chomsky


    A spoken word collection from the cutting edge. Combines politics from the likes of Noam Chomsky and Jello Biafra, the latest from literary figures such as James Kelman, Jerme Spew, Tom Leonard,...

  47. 1936


    The Spanish Revolution

    The Ex


    Originally released in 1986, this 144 page photo-book about the Spanish anarchists' fight against the fascists is finally available again. Within the deluxe hardcover, you'll find previously...

  48. Neoism, Plagiarism And Praxis

    Neoism, Plagiarism And Praxis

    Stewart Home


    "Home is a novelist, art agitator, and documenter of art terrorism... The art terrorist's art terrorist." - Modern Review. Neoism, Plagiarism & Praxis is concerned with what's been happening at...

    Not yet published

  49. Which Way For The Ecology Movement

    Which Way For The Ecology Movement

    Murray Bookchin


    In the essays that make up this book, Murray Bookchin calls for a critical social standpoint that transcends both "biocentrism" and "ecocentrism." A call for new politics and ethics of...

  50. September Commando

    September Commando

    John Yates


    The second installment of politically charged satire, scrutiny and social commentary from John Yates' Stealworks graphics compound. Whereas his first anthology of work, Stealworks (also published...

  51. I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels

    I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels

    Sixty Years of Commonplace Life and Anarchist Agitation

    Albert Meltzer


    Albert Meltzer (1920–1996) was involved actively in class struggles since the age of 15; exceptional for his generation in having been a convinced Anarchist from the start, without any family...

  52. The Realization And Suppression Of The Situationist International

    The Realization And Suppression Of The Situationist International

    An Annotated Bibliography 1972–1992

    Simon Ford


    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....

  53. Immediatism


    Hakim Bey


    Immediatism is the latest tome from the insurrectionist theoretician, Hakim Bey. His incendiary words are beautifully illustrated by the renowned collage artist Freddie Baer. The result is a...

  54. End Time

    End Time

    Notes On The Apocalypse

    G.A. Matiasz


    This is a brand new edition of the prescient, near-future thriller. Written in a slashing, evocative style, 'End Time' has received rave reviews in underground and small press circles. Is it just...

  55. The Struggle Against The State And Other Essays

    The Struggle Against The State And Other Essays

    Nestor Makhno


    A collection of essays and articles written while in exile in Paris in the 1920s. Sheds valuable insight onto the man, and the movement that bore his name. He responds to all sorts of accusations,...

  56. The Spanish Anarchists

    The Spanish Anarchists

    The Heroic Years 1868–1936

    Murray Bookchin


    A long-awaited new edition of the seminal history of Spanish Anarchism. Hailed as a masterpiece, it includes a new prefatory essay by the author. "I've read The Spanish Anarchists with the...

  57. The Friends of Durruti Group

    The Friends of Durruti Group


    Agustin Guillamon


    "Revolutions without theory fail to make progress. We of the 'Friends Of Durruti' have outlined our thinking, which may be amended as appropriate in great social upheavals but which hinges upon two...

  58. Reinventing Anarchy, Again

    Reinventing Anarchy, Again

    Howard Ehrlich


    This book brings together the major currents of social anarchist theory in a collection of some of the most important writers from the United States, Canada, England and Australia The book is...

  59. Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism

    Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism

    An Unbridgeable Chasm

    Murray Bookchin


    This book asks--and tries to answer--several basic questions that affect all Leftists today. Will anarchism remain a revolutionary social movement or become a chic boutique lifestyle subculture?...

  60. Test Card F

    Test Card F

    Television, Mythinformation And Social Control



    Test Card F is a graphic demolition derby through the culture of a factory farmed and show-shocked society, a society whose sell-by date has long since expired. Using savage image/text cut and...

  61. Ulster's White Negroes

    Ulster's White Negroes

    From Civil Rights To Insurrection

    Fionbarra O'Dochartaigh


    Ulster's White Negroes is an invaluable work for those who wish to understand how a struggle for basic civil liberties in Ireland developed into an all-out revolutionary war: a war that has...

    Not yet published

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