A classic study of popular resistance to the momentous changes of seventeenth-century England
Voices of Sartre, Lukács, Chomsky, Harvey and others in conversation with New Left Review.
Žižek analyzes the end of the world at the hands of the “four riders of the apocalypse.”
This groundbreaking history aids any understanding of the rise of capitalism.
A comprehensive analysis of the development of world capitalism over seven hundred years.
The definitive account of exploitation in the Congo, introduced by Adam Hochschild
A fascinating account of life as a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain
A defense of the concept of bourgeois revolution in European history
Tracing European doctrines of race and slavery from medieval times to the early modern epoch.
A classic history of the role of Black working-class struggles throughout the twentieth century
How black radicals reshaped the British left
“A portrait of imperfect people who had the passion and pragmatism to put an end to a brutal and broken system.” – Financial Times
A masterful survey of the history of Marxist philosophy of science
Anniversary edition of the classic political manifesto
The reactionary tradition behind Sarkozy, and the communist hypothesis for the twenty-first century.