From the tragedy of 9/11 to the farce of the financial meltdown.
Žižek analyzes the end of the world at the hands of the “four riders of the apocalypse.”
The renowned philosopher finds a utopian future in worldwide protests.
A powerful argument for Chechen self-determination, and a definitive history of the region.
How did the dynamic economic system we know as capitalism develop among the peasants and lords of feudal Europe?
In this lively and wide-ranging book, Ellen Meiksins Wood argues that what is supposed to have epitomized bourgeois modernity, especially the...
A renowned historian introduces Mary Wollestonecraft’s seminal feminist tract
Some of the earliest examples of communist thought, introduced by Tony Benn.
Venezuela under Hugo Chávez could be a model for peaceful revolution—or it could all be undone by the specters of the past.
A family history that explores the KGB, the fur trade, Freud and the assassination of Trotsky
Chosen by The Modern Library as one of the best one hundred nonfiction books of the twentieth century.
A lyrical and haunting depiction of American racial violence and lynching, evoked through stunning full-color artwork
Anniversary edition of the classic political manifesto
In his neglected masterpiece, Weber brings sociology to bear on civilizations as diverse as Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome