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How Race Survived US History
David R. Roediger
An absorbing chronicle of the role of race in US history, by the foremost historian of race and labor.
I, Rigoberta Menchú
The best-selling account of the life of Latin American peasant woman and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Margarita de Orellana
An absorbing look at how early twentieth-century Hollywood shaped the US’s conception of Mexico.
The Struggle for Tibet
Two leading thinkers argue against the Chinese occupation and the theocracy of Tibet.
The Myth of 1648
Award-winning reinterpretation of the origins of modern international relations.
On the Town
A pulsating history of Times Square and its iconic role in America's society of the spectacle.
The master of literary reportage reflects on the West's encounters with the non-European.
The Bolivarian Revolution
A collection of documents from iconic revolutionary, Símon Bolívar, introduced by Hugo Chávez, President of Venezuela.
The Rights of Man and Common Sense
"We have it in our power to begin the world over again."—Thomas Paine
A striking intervention from one of the most original young radical thinkers of today.
As genetic manipulation comes to dominate medical science, a timely and trenchant history of eugenics.
A groundbreaking account of Aramco as a microcosm of the colonial order.
Adam Smith in Beijing
Acclaimed exploration of China’s emergence as the most dynamic center of current economic expansion.
The Haitian Revolution
Haiti’s ousted premier on the leader of the world’s first black republic.
A Time to Speak Out
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Jewish voices challenge the terms of the Israel/Palestine debate.
History of the car bomb traces the political development of this influential weapon of terror and resistance.