Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis
George Monbiot's powerful new book looks at how democracy and economic life can be radically reorganized from the bottom up. It is 40% off until September 26, 23.59 (PST).
A New Politics for an Age of Crisis
In these videos George Monbiot explains some of the ideas behind his new book, Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis.
Kate Millett: Eulogy
Kate Millett, the writer, artist, and activist whose Sexual Politics (1970) was an early intellectual touchstone of feminism's second wave, died last week at the age of 82.
Detroit’s Rebellion and the Rise of the Neoliberal State
The unprecedented prison expansion over the last four decades is inconceivable outside the context of mass antiracist and class struggle and the state’s crushing of the urban insurrections of the 1960s.
The Weight of Things: A Novel
In Marianne Fritz’s lyrical debut, she reveals herself as a brilliant and masterful satirist, whose work is philosophically minded yet raging with anger and wit.
Jacques Rancière: Democracy, Equality, Emancipation in a Changing World
The idea of emancipation makes us think of politics in terms of a conflict of worlds in contrast to the dominant idea that assimilates it to a conflict of forces.
“We need more political cartoonists like Kate Evans. She is an artist who lives her art and a radical who lives her politics.” – Seth Tobocman
“When one of the most marvellously original writers in the world takes on one of the most explosive events in history, the result can only be incendiary.” – Barbara Ehrenreich
The only way to overcome the divisions within the working class is to confront them directly. The problem of white supremacy must be fought out openly within the working class.
To celebrate this weekend's The World Transformed festival we're offering 40% off all our essential Labour reading!
Galvano Della Volpe's consideration of literary realism after Engels' famous remarks on Balzac and Lenin's on Tolstoy.