70% off January sale!


As crises converge, it feels like each year gets harder than the last. We've selected books that will deepen your understanding of how we got here, and how we find a path out!

Until January 31st (23:59 EST) we have 70% off the following books (print editions only, excludes ebooks - however we do bundle the ebook for free with every print purchase!):

The best-selling radical diary and weekly planner is back for 2022!

The brutal truth behind our automated futures and the new world of work.

Win or lose, Bernie has reshaped the landscape of American politics. Where does the political revolution go next?

Stuart Hall's writings on the political impact of Margaret Thatcher have established him as the most prescient and insightful analyst of contemporary Conservatism.

The case for abolishing the police.

A critical history of Israel and the Arab–Israeli conflict.

An extraordinary political biography of English suffragist, feminist, and socialist Sylvia Pankhurst.

How the political violence of modern jihad echoes the crises of western liberalism.

Terrorism’s roots in Western Europe and the United States.

One of the most acclaimed essayists writing today on the political hysteria plaguing the West.

A searing indictment of modern sexual politics.

If crisis is the norm, how do we demand change?

Path-breaking history of modern liberalism told through the pages of one of its most zealous supporters.

What Has Happened to Fiction in the Age of Platform Capitalism?

This urgent and timely book shows what a shorter working week means in the context of capitalist economies and delves into the history of this idea as well as its political implications.

Why is the Conservative Party on the verge of collapse?

The most influential theory of the origins of women’s oppression in the modern era, in a beautiful new edition.

A highly engaging tour through history in the service of emancipating our digital tomorrow.

How shipping is central to the very fabric of global capitalism.

How capitalism wants us to adapt to climate change rather than stop it.

"Well sourced and artfully crafted, offering a comprehensive history of India’s ideology” – Jacobin

The rise and fall of Britain’s most important industry.

From the grandiose histories of monumental state building projects to the minutiae of street signs and corner cafés, from the rebuilding of capital cities to the provision of the humble public toilet, Clean Living under Difficult Circumstances argues for the city as a socialist project.

A global future in the history of a single village.

How London was bought and sold by the Super-Rich, and what it means for the rest of us.

Radical universalism vs postcolonial theory.

The story of Palestine’s stonemasons and the building of Israel.

A feminist movement clashing with China’s authoritarian government.

A radical manifesto for how to deal with environmental breakdown.

What are the origins of the hostile environment for immigrants in Britain?

How authoritarian and racist discourse functions.

How Google, Facebook and Amazon threaten our Democracy.

Why centrist politics in France is bound to fail.

One of our most vital and incisive writers on literature, feminism, and knowing one’s self.

A spirited critique of the cultural politics of sightseeing. Or, why we are all tourists who hate tourists.

A lyrical and haunting depiction of American racial violence and lynching, evoked through stunning full-color artwork.

A health check on our corrupt and broken political system by one of our finest historians.

The anatomy of Britain on the edge of Brexit, by Orwell Prize–winning journalist.

What keeps capitalism afloat.

What is care and who is paying for it?

Lyrical and radical, a debut novel that created a sensation in France.

A new perspective on the neoliberal world through the prism of rents and rentiers.