Classic revolutionary writings set ablaze by today’s radical writers.
This essential series features classic texts by key figures who took center stage during a period of insurrection. Each book is introduced by a major contemporary radical writer who shows how these incendiary words still have the power to inspire, to provoke and maybe to ignite new revolutions...

This specially-priced shrink-wrapped set contains the first 13 volumes in the series:

  • Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (introduced by Sheila Rowbotham)
  • Thomas Müntzer’s Sermon to the Princes (introduced by Wu Ming)
  • Thomas Paine’s The Rights of Man and Common Sense (introduced by Peter Linebaugh)
  • Simon Bolivar’s The Bolivarian Revolution (introduced by Hugo Chavez)
  • Toussaint L’Ouverture’s The Haitian Revolution (introduced by Jean-Bertrand Aristide)
  • Fidel Castro’s The Declarations of Havana (introduced by Tariq Ali)
  • Leon Trotsky’s Terrorism and Communism (introduced by Slavoj Žižek)
  • Maximilien Robespierre’s Virtue and Terror (introduced by Slavoj Žižek)
  • Thomas Jefferson’s The Declaration of Independence (introduced by Michael Hardt)
  • Jesus Christ’s The Gospels (introduced by Terry Eagleton)
  • Mao Zedong’s On Practice and Contradiction (introduced by Slavoj Žižek)
  • The Levellers The Putney Debates (introduced by Geoffrey Robinson)
  • Ho Chi Minh’s Down With Colonialism! (introduced by Walden Bello)
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