Ian Birchall reviews Opening the Gates, on the historic 1970s struggles at the Lip watch factory in Besançon.
McKenzie Wark looks at Jackie Wang's new book on carceral capitalism, the predatory state, municipal plunder, and algorithmic governance.
A 2016 book reveals pro-European intellectuals of the 1930s who greeted Nazi invasion as a historic opportunity for their project.
Owen Hatherley surveys the Russian Revolution centennial literature.
Adrian Wilding reviews a new book by critical theorist Oskar Negt, "an autobiography that is also a profound philosophical, psychological and sociological inquiry."
Michael Löwy reviews Enzo Traverso’s Left-Wing Melancholia. This article from Viento Sur was translated by David Broder.