From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
A renowned historian introduces Mary Wollestonecraft’s seminal feminist tract
An intensely personal and moving self-portrait of a woman living at the very margins of Indian society, informed by a sense of profound social change.
Robespierre’s justification of the Terror in the French Revolution
Author of the acclaimed Liberalism: A Counter-History dissects the revisionist attempts to expunge or criminalize revolutions
Bombing its way into the headlines of the early 1970s, the Weather Underground was one of the most dramatic symbols of the anger felt by young...
The story of the Jewish ex-servicemen who fought against Oswald Mosley after World War II
Explosive novel of Italy’s revolutionary 1969 by leading Italian novelist
What are the origins of the hostile environment for immigrants in Britain?
A magisterial history of the artists and writers who left Weimar when the Nazis came to power
Leading historian takes on the lies told about Rigoberta Menchú’s bestselling memoir.
An acclaimed history of the Holocaust.
Eyewitness reporting and shrewd analysis from the many centers of the global movement for liberation.
A vibrant history in graphic art of the Industrial Workers of the World.
What if there was another Moses, very different from the one we know?