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George Novack explains how materialist philosophy arose in opposition to idealism.

£18.00 *

Expounding a new worldview, including positions on materialism, labour, production, alienation, the expansion of capitalism, class conflict, revolution and eventually communism.

£10.99 *

This book is the first dedicated to Martinet‘s life and work and contains many poems translated into English for the first time along with their French originals.

£12.50 *

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Reports from behind enemy lines revealing just how bad things have got in the US

£8.99 *

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Gypsies have always intrigued and fascinated, in this timely study, Fonseca focuses particularly on the gypsies in Eastern Europe (an estimated 6 million)

£8.99 *

An epic journey around the globe, through the history of humanity and on to the future, to discover how we can be survivors.

£9.99 *

Communist Manifesto, Wages, Price and Profit, Capital (selections) and Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

£7.99 *

Micheal Rosen brings to life the worlds most famous playwright, expores the tumultuous times in which Shakespeare lived, and looks at four of his plays.

£4.99 *

What inspired Charles Dickens?  Michael Rosen helps answer this question and further explores the world of Charles Dickens and his best known novel

£4.99 *

Tariq Ali gives us an irreverent but sympathetic look at the enigma of Trotsky, in a fascinating and timely reminder of a major figure of 20th century politics.

£9.99 *

This anthology includes the Declaration of Independence, Declaration of the Rights of Man, the Communist Manifesto and writings by Lenin, Trotsky, Marat, Danton.

£4.50 *

Dave Harker describes Tressell‘s life, puts his book in its historical context, and traces its success over the past ninety-odd years.

£17.99 *

Selected extracts from the whole range of Marx's political, philosophical, and enconomic thought. Each section deals with a different period of Marx's life.

£23.99 *

Globalisation has created a whole new working class - and they are reliving stories that were first played out a century ago.

£8.99 *

Groundbreaking account of the state of modern physics: of how we got from Einstein and Relativity through quantum mechanics to the strange and bizarre predictions of string theory, full of unseen dimensions and multiple universes

£10.99 *

More than one billion people now live in the slums of the global south. Davis asks whether the great slums are volcanoes waiting to erupt.

£8.99 *

What was known in Ireland as "The Emergency" was elsewhere known as the Second World War.

£9.99 *

An astonishing grand tour of the universe and the best layman's guide to current thinking on  "how everything works".

£7.99 *

The only account in print of the origins of May Day, with highlights of its first century from around the world.

£9.95 *

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With scholarship and passion, Du Bois understands and explains John Brown.

£13.95 *

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Paul Lafargue's Evolution of Property, in its day a major contribution to the work, has brilliantly withstood the test of time

£4.95 *

New forces of resistance have emerged to both American imperialism and neoliberalism. But how far do these forces represent a progressive alternative?

£14.95 *

Andre Breton was the founder and major theorist of the surrealist movement, one of the most influential currents of twentieth-century art and criticism.

 

£30.00 *

Designed to give a sense of the historical formation of a Marxist literary tradition.

£23.99 *

Travelling through the US, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the People's Republic of China, Ian Buruma tells the stories of Chinese rebels who dare to stand up to their rulers.

£8.99 *

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First complete single volume of Marx's doctoral dissertation to appear in English.

£8.00 *

This is a book about the music of John Coltrane.

£19.00 *

A collection of writings and speeches examining the effect of the Russian revolution on the condition of women and the development of the family.

£8.50 *

A victim of the Moscow show trials, Bukharin was shot in 1938. Coates shows how the basis of the indictment has crumbled away.

£4.95 *

This study explores the development and decline of Chartism as a coherent political identity between 1830 and 1860

£15.95 *
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