Voices of Sartre, Lukács, Chomsky, Harvey and others in conversation with New Left Review.
“Omnia sunt communia—all things are common.”—Thomas Müntzer.
Two superbly written accounts of the events of May 1968.
The acclaimed anatomy of Britain’s relationship with its monarchy, by the foremost historian of nationalism.
A radical re-examination of the events surrounding Britain’s entry into the Great War
A short, sharp, irreverent rejoinder to right-wing red-baiting.
How the military used sleep as a weapon—and how soldiers fought back
A magisterial history of the artists and writers who left Weimar when the Nazis came to power
Cultural production under Mao, and how artists and thinkers found autonomy in a culture of conformity
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The myths—and reality—behind the state of Israel.
A dramatic re-evaluation of the founding of the United States and the history of capitalism
What are the origins of the hostile environment for immigrants in Britain?
The definitive account of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination