The poets’ Great War: violence, revolution and modernism
How the French invented the barricade, and its symbolic impact on popular protests throughout history
In this lively and wide-ranging book, Ellen Meiksins Wood argues that what is supposed to have epitomized bourgeois modernity, especially the...
A short, sharp, irreverent rejoinder to right-wing red-baiting.
Forceful and detailed account of the struggle for “freedom” after the American Civil War
“Gripping and profoundly moving ... an astonishing feat of reportage.” – NPR Guide to 2014’s Great Reads
“A portrait of imperfect people who had the passion and pragmatism to put an end to a brutal and broken system.” – Financial Times
Groundbreaking studies of Britain’s first major working-class movement
The acclaimed, readable history of the Situationist International by the author of A Hacker Manifesto
A front-line human rights defender fighting murderous impunity in the Mexican borderlands
A radical re-examination of the events surrounding Britain’s entry into the Great War
“France’s leading Marxist public intellectual.” –Tariq Ali
Controversial indictment of those who exploit the tragedy of the Holocaust for their own gain