The story of how enslaved women struggled for freedom in the West Indies
Why does America go to war?
A critically acclaimed analysis of anti-Muslim racism from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, in a fully revised and expanded second edition
If police are the problem, what’s the solution?
A magisterial, riveting movement history of Los Angeles in the Sixties
Win or lose, Bernie has reshaped the landscape of American politics. Where does the political revolution go next?
A lyrical and haunting depiction of American racial violence and lynching, evoked through stunning full-color artwork
A health check on our corrupt and broken political system by one of our finest historians
Leading scientists, epidemiologists, and philosophers explore the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic and argue for the necessity of scientific reasoning and collective responsibility
A vital collection bringing together Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 from the acclaimed political and literary magazine Boston Review
A remarkable intellectual history of the slave revolts that made the modern revolutionary era
A dramatic re-evaluation of the founding of the United States and the history of capitalism
The definitive account of the disappearance of forty-three Mexican students
Understanding the power of the corporations and how to take the struggle directly to them
From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
Writer and critic Vivian Gornick’s long-unavailable classic exploring how Left politics gave depth and meaning to American life
The first comprehensive, in-depth book on the Trump administration’s assault on asylum protections
In the age of runaway inequality and Black Lives matter, there is an emerging consensus that our society has failed to redress racial disparities. But who is the culprit?
Recipient of the Gordon K. Lewis Memorial Award for Caribbean Scholarship
A deep dive into Joe Biden’s history and the origins of his political values