Latin America’s experiments in direct democracy
Twenty-first-century revolution in one of the remotest places in the world
An empathetic, moving account of what drives indigenous peasants to support armed struggle despite severe state repression, including lives lost, and homes and communities destroyed
Venezuela under Hugo Chávez could be a model for peaceful revolution—or it could all be undone by the specters of the past.
A powerful argument for Chechen self-determination, and a definitive history of the region.
A fiercely elegant and wide-ranging history of L.A.’s Dickensian extremes and Pynchonesque conspiracies
A majestic one-hundred-year study of segregation in Los Angeles
Re-launch of the Collected Works of the legendary revolutionary in paperback
Two distinguished historians examine the impact of the world's most influential information technology.