A dramatic new history of Cesar Chavez and the rise and fall of the United Farm Workers
Bestselling narrative history of American media that puts race at the center of the story.
Chosen by The Modern Library as one of the best one hundred nonfiction books of the twentieth century.
A prescient dissection of Obama’s overseas escalation and domestic retreat, fully updated.
"One of the finest studies of slavery and abolition."—Eric Foner
Leading commentators examine the Afghan debacle and itsparallels with previous British and Soviet occupations.
Tracing European doctrines of race and slavery from medieval times to the early modern epoch.
A writer’s search for her voice, by the author of the V. I. Warshawski novels.
The secrets of the labor movement’s collapse, and how it could revive itself.
The explosive manifesto for the American Revolution, introduced by the co-author of Empire.