From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
How rebellious colonies changed British attitudes to empire
A new and essential history of the Labour New Left from Tony Benn to Jeremy Corbyn
A magisterial, riveting movement history of Los Angeles in the Sixties
Writer and critic Vivian Gornick’s long-unavailable classic exploring how Left politics gave depth and meaning to American life
What if there was another Moses, very different from the one we know?
Author of the acclaimed Liberalism: A Counter-History dissects the revisionist attempts to expunge or criminalize revolutions
A classic study of popular resistance to the momentous changes of seventeenth-century England
Eminent Marxist intellectual recounts class struggles in Nazi-torn Belgium
The story of the Jewish ex-servicemen who fought against Oswald Mosley after World War II
A renowned historian introduces Mary Wollestonecraft’s seminal feminist tract
A history of “the Troubles”: the radical politics of Republicanism.
How the military used sleep as a weapon—and how soldiers fought back
A haunting, evocative history of British Empire, told through one woman’s family story
Steve Fraser is the preeminent historian of America as a capitalist civilization
A fascinating analysis and account of the decline and fall of Western communism by a participant observer
Seventy years after the Chinese Revolution of 1949, what remains of Mao’s communist legacy?
How poetry and revolution meshed in Red China
Political theorist Joshua Clover theorizes the riot as the form of the coming insurrection