All Jacobin titles are 50% off through Sunday

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To celebrate the release of the newest Jacobin title CLASS WAR: THE PRIVITIZATION OF CHILDHOOD by Megan Erickson, all five Jacobin titles are 50% off on our website through Sunday, October 4th at 10pm ET.

Includes free shipping (worldwide) and free bundled ebook!

“There may be no more trustworthy a guide to schooling in capitalist America than this book.” – Corey Robin, journalist and author of The Reactionary Mind

"Cogently written and with a far-ranging, sharp analysis. Anyone who wants to understand the relationship between educational inequality and the privatization of public education should read this book!” – Wayne Au, author of Unequal By Design

"Megan Erickson deftly skewers neoliberal myths about education and child-rearing in this must-read book, which will be richly informative even to readers who are already critical of the status quo. Erickson is one of the most indispensable thinkers on this subject.” – Liza Featherstone, journalist and author of Selling Women Short and Students Against Sweatshops

Class War: The Privatization of Childhood, as well as Utopia or Bust by Benjamin Kunkel, Playing the Whore by Melissa Gira Grant, Strike for America by Micah Uetricht and The New Prophets of Capital by Nicole Aschoff are 50% off, including free shipping (worldwide) and free bundled ebook!

FURTHER READING:
Read an excerpt from Class War at the Guardian: "Children don’t live in a vacuum: why US education is not the 'great equalizer.'"

Read an essay adapted from Class War on Jacobin: "The Privatization of Childhood"

Read an essay adapted from The New Prophets of Capital by Nicole Aschoff on Open Democracy.

Read an excerpt from The New Prophets of Capital by Nicole Aschoff at the Guardian: "Oprah Winfrey: one of the world's best neoliberal capitalist thinkers."

Read an excerpt from Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work by Melissa Gira Grant at The Nation: "Let’s Call Sex Work What It Is: Work."