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HAYMARKET BOOKS
2015

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In these newly collected essays, interviews, and speeches, worldrenowned activist and scholar Angela Y. Davis illuminates the connections between struggles against state violence and oppression
throughout history and around the world.
Reflecting on the importance of Black feminism, intersectionality,
and prison abolitionism for todays struggles, Davis discusses the legacies of previous liberation strugglesfrom the Black freedom movement to the South African anti-apartheid movement. She highlights
connections and analyzes todays struggles against state terror, from
Ferguson to Palestine.

Black Power icon


Angela Y. Davis explores
the connections between
Ferguson, Palestine,
prison abolition, and the
struggle for liberation.

Facing a world of outrageous injustice, Davis challenges us to imagine


and build the movement for human liberation. And in doing so, she
reminds us that freedom is a constant struggle.
Daviss arguments for justice are formidable. . . . The power of her historical
insights and the sweetness of her dreams cannot be denied.

New York Times


Angela Y. Davis is a political activist, scholar, author, and speaker. She is an
outspoken advocate for the oppressed and exploited, writing on Black liberation, womens liberation, prison abolition, and international solidarity with
Palestine. She is the author of several books, including Women, Race, and
Class and Are Prisons Obsolete? She is the subject of the acclaimed documentary Free Angela and All Political Prisoners and is professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Cornel West, one of America's most provocative public intellectuals, has
been a champion for racial justice since childhood. His many books include
Race Matters, Democracy Matters, and his new autobiography, Brother West:
Living and Loving Out Loud.

Freedom Is a Constant Struggle


Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations
of a Movement
Angela Y. Davis Edited by Frank Barat
Preface by Dr. Cornel West

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Noam Chomsky and


Ilan Papp discuss
the past and future
of Palestine.

Operation Protective Edge, Israels most recent assault on Gaza, left


thousands of Palestinians dead and cleared the way for another Israeli
land grab. e need to stand in solidarity with Palestinians has never
been greater. Ilan Papp and Noam Chomsky, two leading voices in
the struggle to liberate Palestine, discuss the road ahead for Palestinians and how the international community can pressure Israel to end
its human rights abuses against the people of Palestine. On Palestine
is the sequel to their acclaimed book Gaza in Crisis.
Chomsky is a global phenomenon. . . . He may be the most widely read
American voice on foreign policy on the planet.

New York Times Book Review


Ilan Papp is Israels bravest, most principled, most incisive historian.

John Pilger

On Palestine
Noam Chomsky and Ilan Papp Edited by Frank Barat

Noam Chomsky is widely regarded to be one of the foremost critics of US


foreign policy in the world. He has published numerous groundbreaking
books, articles, and essays on global politics, history, and linguistics. His recent
books include Masters of Mankind and Hopes and Prospects. Haymarket Books
recently released updated editions of twelve of his classic books.
Ilan Papp is the bestselling author of e Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine: A
History of Modern Palestine and e Israel/Palestine Question.
Frank Barat is a human rights activist and author. He was the coordinator
of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine and is now the president of the Palestine
Legal Action Network. His books include Gaza in Crisis and Corporate Complicity in Israels Occupation.

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In the summer of 2014, renowned American Indian studies professor


Steven Salaita had his oer of a tenured professorship revoked by the
University of Illinois board of trustees. Salaitas employment was terminated in response to his public tweets criticizing the Israeli governments summer assault on Gaza.
Salaitas firing generated a huge public outcry, with thousands petitioning for his reinstatement, and more than five thousand scholars
pledging to boycott the University of Illinois. His case raises important
questions about academic freedom, free speech on campus, and the
movement for justice in Palestine.

Steven Salaitas controversial


firing by the University of
Illinois provoked a national
conversation about academic
freedom and the question
of Palestine.

In this book, Salaita combines personal reflection and political critique


to provide a thorough analysis of his controversial termination. He
situates his case at the intersection of important issues that aect both
higher education and social justice activism.
Steven Salaita is author of six books, including Israels Dead Soul (Temple
University Press, 2011). A former tenured professor, he is now an independent scholar.

Uncivil Rites
Palestine and the Limits of Academic Freedom
Steven Salaita

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Investigative journalist and


bestselling author Nick Turse
exposes the shocking
expansion of the US militarys
covert wars in Africa.

You wont see segments about it on the nightly news or read about it
on the front page of Americas newspapers, but the Pentagon is fighting a new shadow war in Africa, helping to destabilize whole countries
and preparing the ground for future blowback. Behind closed doors,
US ocers now claim that Africa is the battlefield of tomorrow,
today. In Tomorrows Battlefield, award-winning journalist and bestselling author Nick Turse exposes the shocking true story of the US
militarys spreading secret wars in Africa.
Nick Turses investigative reporting has revealed a remarkable picture of evolving US military operations in Africa that have been concealed from view, but
have ominous portent, as he demonstrates vividly and in depth.

Noam Chomsky
Gripping and meticulous, Nick Turses reporting on Africa sheds muchneeded light on shadowy missions the US military would rather keep secret.
His investigations of US military missions in Africa in Tomorrows Battlefield
reveal a secret war with grave implications for Africans and Americans, alike.

Tomorrows Battlefield
US Proxy Wars and Secret Ops in Africa
Nick Turse

Glenn Greenwald
The indispensable Nick Turse introduces us to the rapidly expanding American military footprint in Africa. It is astounding how few other journalists
have paid attention to this highly important story.

Adam Hochschild, author of To End All Wars and King Leopolds Ghost
In the first book-length account of AFRICOMs operations, Nick Turse chronicles how in a very short time, Africa went from the margins of US foreign
policyto be not just the war zone of tomorrow but of today.

Sean Jacobs, international affairs faculty at The New School


and founder of Africa Is a Country

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Nick Turse, an award-winning journalist and historian, is the author/editor


of several books including e Changing Face of Empire: Special Ops, Drones,
Spies, Proxy Fighters, Secret Bases, and Cyberwarfare (Haymarket, 2012). He is
the managing editor of TomDispatch.com and a fellow at the Nation Institute.

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An unblinking portrait of the anticolonial struggles of the 1960s,


Concerning Violence combines more than one hundred and fifty arresting color and black-and-white photographs from Gran Hugo
Olssons award-winning documentary, with passages from Frantz
Fanons classic e Wretched of the Earth. Concerning Violence is a powerful commentary on the history of colonialism and struggles for selfdetermination, whose echoes remain with us today, and will introduce
a new generation to Fanon, whom Angela Davis has called this centurys most compelling theorist of racism and colonialism.

More than 150 stirring


photographs of the
anticolonial struggles in Africa
in the sixties and seventies
give life to the revolutionary
writings of Frantz Fanon.

By grounding colonial brutalities and the responses to those injustices in


the visual, the phenomenon of colonialism attains a larger and more global
significance. Olssons interest is in decolonizationthat short yet potent
moment at the tail end of an anti-colonial war followed by the transfer of
power when the new nation comes into being. This has often proven to
be one of the most violent episodes in post-colonial history, and [Frantz]
Fanon is its most articulate philosopher. . . . Olssons investment [is] in
making Fanons theory relevant and up-to-date.

Guardian
Concerning Violence [is] a postcolonialist montage . . . [an] illustration of
Fanons 1961 anticolonialist broadside, The Wretched of the Earth,
abridged and sharpened to its ferocious point.

Concerning Violence

New York Times

Fanon, Film, and Liberation in Africa,


Selected Takes 19651987

Gran Hugo Olsson is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer, and author. He is the director of four feature films, includinge Black Power Mixtape: 19671975and Concerning Violence. is is his second book.

Edited by Gran Hugo Olsson and Sophie Vukovic


Introduction by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

Sophie Vukovic is a Stockholm-based filmmaker. Her short films have


screened at Swedish and international festivals. She has also worked as an
assistant director and editor.
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A poetic exploration of the


Israeli occupation of Palestine
and US militarismand the
necessity of resistance.

we are the boat / returning to dock / we are the footprints / on the northern
trail / we are the iron / coloring the soil / we cannot / be erased
from Refugee
Remi Kanazis poetry presents an unflinching look at the lives of Palestinians under occupation and as refugees scattered across the globe.
In Kanazis second collection, he captures the stubborn refusal of the
Palestinian people to allow themselves to be erased, gives voice to the
ongoing struggle for liberation, and explores the meaning of international solidarity.
Read his words out loud for yourself and your friends. Let their compassionate anger, their intricate dance of ideas, their unflinching witness watch
over you, dance with you, pick you up, and spur you to action.

Ali Abunimah, cofounder of Electronic Intifada


and author of The Battle for Justice in Palestine
Praise for Kanazis Poetic Injustice:

Before the Next Bomb Drops


Rising Up from Brooklyn to Palestine
Remi Kanazi

There is more truth, and perhaps finally more news, in Remi Kanazis
poems than the pages of your daily newspaper or the sterile reports that
flash across your screens.

Chris Hedges, Pulitzer Prize winner


Repression creates resistance. It also generates beautiful artistic works, which
become a cultural weapon in the struggle for the realization of dreams. This
book of poems is a shining example of tomorrows Palestine.

Ronnie Kasrils, African National Congress activist


and former South African government minister

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Remi Kanazi is the author of Poetic Injustice: Writings on Resistance and Palestine, a Lannan Foundation residency fellow, and an advisory committee
member for the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel.

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During the summer of 2014, the Israeli military shelled civilian populations in Gaza for fifty-one days. 2,139 Palestinians, most of them
civilians, were killedincluding more than 490 children. Palestinian
journalist and photographer Mohammed Omer, who is based in Gaza,
presents here the untold stories of the victims and survivors of Israels
most recent assault. ese stories unfold amid the remains of the
schools, hospitals, and mosques that were targeted by the Israeli Defense Forces. Shell Shocked is a gripping and harrowing collection of
war reportage.

A gripping eyewitness account


of Operation Protective Edge
by the only Palestinian
reporting in English from Gaza
during Israels 2014 assault.

Whenever I heard something had happened in Gaza, or I wanted to know


the latest, I first turned to Mohammed Omers Twitter feed. During Israels
summer onslaught, Omer worked day and night through life-threatening
conditions to ensure that the plight of Palestinians in Gaza would not be
forgotten. A native of Gaza and part of its people who had to cope with
the direct impact of the war on his own family and community, he is first
and foremost a professional whose reportage is second to none.

Ali Abunimah, cofounder of Electronic Intifada


and author of The Battle for Justice in Palestine
Mohammed Omer has documented Israels military assault on the Gaza
Strip and the everyday acts of resistance by its people with unparalleled
courage and clarity. To read Omers captivating dispatches is to come as
close as possible to the rubble-strewn ground in Gaza without passing
through the fortified walls that encircle it.

Shell-Shocked
On the Ground Under Israels Assault on Gaza
Mohammed Omer

Max Blumenthal, author of Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel


Mohammed Omer is a Palestinian journalist. He has reported for numerous
media outlets, including: Al Jazeera, the Nation, Democracy Now!, Electronic
Intifada, and the Washington Report on Middle East Aairs. In 2008, he was
awarded the Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism.
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A classic studynow back in


printof the intersection
between racism and class in
the United States.

How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America has become a standard


text for courses in US politics and history, and has been central to the
education of thousands of political activists since the 1980s. is edition is presented with a new foreword by Leith Mullings.
How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America is one of those paradigmshifting, life-changing texts that has not lost its currency or relevanceeven
after three decades. Its provocative treatise on the ravages of late capitalism,
state violence, incarceration, and patriarchy on the life chances and struggles
of Black working-class men and women shaped an entire generation, directing our energies to the terrain of the prison-industrial complex, antiracist
work, labor organizing, alternatives to racial capitalism, and challenging patriarchypersonally and politically.

Robin D. G. Kelley, author of Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination


In this new edition of his classic text . . . Marable can challenge a new generation to find solutions to the problems that constrain the present but not
our potential to seek and define a better future.

How Capitalism
Underdeveloped Black America
Third Edition
Problems in Race, Political Economy, and Society
Manning Marable Foreword by Leith Mullings

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Henry Louis Gates, Jr., author of Life Upon These Shores:


Looking at African American History, 15132008
Manning Marable was a professor of public aairs, history, and AfricanAmerican Studies at Columbia University. He authored fifteen books, including Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize
for History.
Leith Mullings is a distinguished professor of anthropology at the City University of New York Graduate Center. She has written and edited several books,
including New Social Movements in the African Diaspora: Challenging Global
Apartheid, and, with Marable, Let Nobody Turn Us Around: An Anthology of
African American Social and Political ought from Slavery to the Present.

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e eruption of mass protests in the wake of the police murders of


Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in New York
City have directly challenged the impunity with which ocers of the
law carry out violence against Black people and in the process has
punctured the illusion of a postracial America. With its slogan of
Black Lives Matter this burgeoning movement has awakened a new
generation of activists.

An indispensable contribution
to the movement for racial
justice in postracial America.

In this stirring and insightful analysis, activist and scholar KeeangaYamahtta Taylor surveys the historical and contemporary ravages of
racism and argues that the persistence of structural problems such as
mass incarceration and Black unemployment have created a context
in which this new struggle against police violence holds the potential
to reignite a broader push for Black liberation.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor writes on Black politics, housing inequality, and
issues of race and class in the United States. Her articles have been published
in Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society, Jacobin, New
Politics, e Black Commentator, Black Agenda Report, Ms. Magazine, and
other publications. Taylor is assistant professor at the Center for African
American Studies at Princeton University.

From #BlackLivesMatter to
Black Liberation
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

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Field Notes
on Democracy

Diary of
Bergen-Belsen

Listening to Grasshoppers
Updated Edition

Hanna Lvy-Hass
Foreword and Afterword by Amira Hass

Arundhati Roy

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This paperback edition features a new introduction discussing


the election of Indias new prime minister Narendra Modi.

The sole surviving diary of a Holocaust resistance fighter, written


from inside the Nazi concentration camps.

Now in paperback, with a new introduction by the author discussing


the election of Indias new prime minister Narendra Modi. Field
Notes on Democracy tracks the fault lines that threaten to destroy
Indias precarious democracy and send shockwaves through the region and beyond.

Hanna Lvy-Hass emerged a defiant survivor of the Holocaust. Her observations shed new light on the lived experience of Nazi internment.
Lvy-Hass stands alone as the only resistance fighter to record her own
experience inside the camps, and she does so with unflinching clarity
and attention to the political and social divisions inside Bergen-Belsen.

Gorgeously wrought . . . pitch-perfect prose. . . . In language of terrible


beauty, she takes Indias everyday tragedies and reminds us to be outraged
all over again.

In March 1945, the final month before liberation, nearly 20,000 prisoners
died [at Bergen-Belsen]. Lvy-Hass described this form of genocide in her
diary. . . . Her rare description of the final months of the Holocaust is
marked by political consciousness, moral understanding, and perceptive
observation. Lvy-Hass has much to tell us of death and survival.

Time
The fierceness with which Arundhati Roy loves humanity moves my heart.

Alice Walker
Arundhati Roy is a world-renowned Indian author and global justice activist.
From her celebrated Booker-Prize winning novel e God of Small ings to
her prolific output of writing on topics ranging from climate change to war,
the perils of free-market development in India, and the defense of the poor,
Roys voice has become indispensable to millions seeking a better world.

Steve Hochstadt, historian, Illinois College; author, Sources of the Holocaust


After the Holocaust, Hanna Lvy-Hass lived in Israel, where she worked as
an activist and feminist.
Amira Hass writes a regular column in Haaretz newspaper, and is the author
of Drinking the Sea at Gaza.

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China recently surpassed the United States to become the largest


economy in the world. It is also home to some of the largest, most
incendiary, and most underreported labor struggles of our time.
China on Strike, the first English-language book of its kind, provides
an intimate and revealing window into the lives of workers organizing
in some of Chinas most profitable factories, which supply Apple,
Nike, Hewlett Packard, and other multinational companies. Drawing
on dozens of interviews with Chinese workers, this book documents
the processes of migration, changing employment relations, worker
culture, and other issues related to Chinas explosive growth.

The untold story of the


growing unrest rocking Chinas
industrial centers, revealed
through first-person accounts
by worker-activists.

Eli Friedman has had excellent access to the Chinese trade union, and this
eminently readable book is full of new inside information, interesting anecdotes, and new conceptualizations. This is a must-read for anyone curious about the relationships among Chinese labor, the official trade union,
and the Chinese state.

Anita Chan, University of Technology, Sydney


As the dynamics of worker-state interactions and the politics of labor representation are key for the future of the Chinese labor movement, Friedmans book is a must-read for anyone with interest in Chinas labor.

Mingwei Liu, ILRReview


Eli Friedman is assistant professor of international and comparative labor at
Cornell University and the author of Insurgency Trap: Labor Politics in Postsocialist China.

China on Strike
Narratives of Workers Resistance
Edited by Hao Ren, Zhongjin Li, and Eli Friedman

Zhongjin Li is a PhD candidate in the department of economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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Guernica

Guernica

Annual #1 2014

Annual #2 2015

Foreword by Nick Flynn

March 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-537-8 $24.95 Paperback


Ebook available

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Guernica magazines new annual anthologies compile the best features, interviews, fiction, poetry, and Guernica Daily articles.

In collaboration with Haymarket Books, and to celebrate its tenth anniversary, Guernica released the first-ever print issue of the online magazine in
2014. It featured the best from each section of the magazine, including a foreword by Nick Flynn and contributions by Rebecca Gayle Howell, Tomaz
Salamun, Nicole Aragi, Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes, and many more.
Guernica stands out like, well, the intimidating cultural, artistic, and political force it is.

Bustle
The world, that terrible heaving gorgeous impossibility, is to be found shining in every edition of Guernica.

Junot Daz
Praise for Guernica Annual #1:
A stellar collection of the best of Guernica, with voices from the fringes, important, probing Q&As, and overall, nonfiction writing that shows us who we really are
today.

FlavorWire
Guernicas first-ever print edition [celebrates] a decade of being the baddest online-only lit mag on the New York City block.

Bustle

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Men Explain Things


to Me
Updated Second Edition

Hope in the Dark


Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities
Rebecca Solnit
February 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-576-7 $15.99 Paperback
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Rebecca Solnit
August 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-466-1 $12.95 Paperback Available in
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This updated edition of the national bestseller features two new


essays.
is national bestseller features two new essays, including Solnits response to the remarkable feminist conversation that arose in the wake
of the 2014 Isla Vista killings.
Its a fraught time to be female in America (or should I say fraught-er), and
a newly expanded edition of Rebecca Solnits Men Explain Things to Me
is the most clarifying, soothing, and socially aware document Ive read on
the topic this year.

Lena Dunham
Trenchant and timely reflections on persistent inequality between women
and men and gender-based violence.

New York Times


This slim book hums with power and wit.

Boston Globe

The Antidote to Mansplaining.

The Stranger

Bestselling author Rebecca Solnit reminds us that activism


has changed the world in remarkable ways.
A book as powerful and influential as Rebecca Solnits Men Explain
ings to Me, her Hope in the Dark was written to counter the despair
of radicals at a moment when they were focused on their losses and had
turned their back to the victories behind themand the unimaginable
changes soon to come.In it, she makes a radical case for hope as a commitment to act in a world whose future remains uncertain and unknowable. Drawing on her decades of activism and a wide reading
ofenvironmental, cultural, and political history, Solnit argued that radicals have a long, neglected history of transformative victories, that the
positive consequences of our acts are notalways immediately seen, directly knowable, or even measurable, and that pessimism and despair
rest on an unwarranted confidence about what is going to happen next.
Now, with amoving new introduction explaining how the book came
about and a new afterword that helps teach us how to hope and act in
our unnerving world, she brings a new illumination to thedarkness
of 2016 in an unforgettable new edition of this classic book.

Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit is the author of sixteen books about environment, landscape, community, art, politics, hope, and memory. She is a contributing editor to Harpers and a frequent contributor to TomDispatch.com.

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Letters of Joe Hill

Socialism...Seriously

Centenary Anniversary Edition

A Brief Guide to Human Liberation

Edited by Philip Foner with additional


material by Alexis Buss Foreword by
Tom Morello

Danny Katch
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The legend of Joe Hill, brought to life through his letters, songs,
and writings.

A sharp, irreverent, and accessible introduction to socialism.

Radical songwriter and organizer Joe Hill was murdered by the state
of Utah in 1915, but his songs continue to inspire working-class activists and musicians. is collection of letters, assembled by radical
historian Philip Foner (19101994), with new material by Alexis
Buss, provided a window into the political reflections and personal
struggles behind Hills legacy.

Danny Katch sets out to destroy the idea that all socialists are grim,
humorless, and dour commentators with this lighthearted and irreverent exploration of how a socialist society could end inequality,
racism, war, and bad jokes.

Joe Hills influence is everywhere. Without Joe Hill, theres no Woody Guthrie,
no Dylan, no Clash, no Public Enemy, no Minor Threat, no System of a Down,
Tom Morello, from the foreword
no Rage Against the Machine.

Joe Hill was a Swedish American labor activist, songwriter, and member of
the Industrial Workers of the World.
Philip S. Foner (19101994) was one of the most prominent Marxist historians in the United States. He documented the lives of workers, African
Americans, and radicals.
Alexis Buss served six terms as general secretary-treasurer of the Industrial
Workers of the World and also worked as a union organizer.

Danny Katch has better comic bomb sights than Jon Stewart: his outrageous, passionate sarcasm always falls exactly on target.

Mike Davis
Danny Katch is an activist and humorist often accused of not knowing the
dierence. He writes a regular column for SocialistWorker.org.

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Apartheid Israel

Against Apartheid

The Politics of an Analogy

The Case for Boycotting


Israeli Universities

Edited by Sean Jacobs and Jon Soske


November 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-518-7 $13.95 Paperback
Ebook available

Edited by Ashley Dawson and Bill V.


Mullen Foreword by Ali Abunimah
October 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-526-2 $19.95 Paperback
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Eighteen prominent scholars of Africa reflect on the comparisons


between apartheid South Africa and contemporary Israel.
In Apartheid Israel: e Politics of an Analogy, eighteen scholars of
Africa and its diaspora reflect on the similarities and dierences between apartheid-era South Africa and contemporary Israel, with an
eye to strengthening and broadening todays movement for justice in
Palestine.
Sean Jacobs is an assistant professor of international aairs at the New School
in New York City and the founder of the popular website Africa Is a Country.
Jon Soske is an assistant professor of modern African history at McGill University and the author of Boundaries of Diaspora: African Nationalism and
the Indian Diaspora in 20th-Century South Africa.

A timely and incisive handbook that lays out the case for
academic boycott as a vital component of the struggle to
dismantle Israeli apartheid.
Focusing on the complicity of Israeli universities in maintaining the
occupation of Palestine, and on the repression of academic and political freedom for Palestinians, Against Apartheid powerfully explains
why scholars and students throughout the world should refuse to do
business with Israeli institutions. is rich collection of essays is a
handbook for scholars and activists.
Ashley Dawson is a professor of English at CUNYs Graduate Center and at
the College of Staten Island/CUNY. He is also the editor of the AAUPs
Journal of Academic Freedom.
Bill V. Mullen is a professor of American studies and English at Purdue University and a member of the advisory board of USACBI (United States Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel).
Ali Abunimah is the author of Battle for Justice in Palestine, and One Country:
A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli Palestinian Impasse. He is the co-founder
and director of the widely acclaimed publication e Electronic Intifada.

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Bananeras
Second Edition
Women Transforming
the Banana Unions of
Latin America
Dana Frank
February 2016
ISBN: 978-1-60846-535-4
$16.00 Paperback Ebook available

Women banana workers are leading a powerful


movement by making gender equity central to Latin
American labor organizing.

Women banana workers have organized themselves


and gained increasing control over their unions,
their workplaces, and their lives. Highly accessible
and narrative in style, Bananeras recounts the history and growth of this vital movement and shows
how Latin American women workers are shaping
and broadly reimagining the possibilities of international labor solidarity.
[Bananeras] is a vital accounting of the struggles still
being waged.
Margaret Randall, author of When I Look into the Mirror
and See You: Women, Terror, and Resistance
Dana Frank is a professor of history at the University of
California, Santa Cruz, and author of the award-winning
Buy American: e Untold Story of Economic Nationalism.

Disposable
Domestics

Poor Workers
Unions

Second Edition
Immigrant Women
Workers in the
Global Economy

Tenth Anniversary
Edition
Rebuilding Labor
from Below

Grace Chang Foreword


by Ai-jen Poo Afterword by Alicia Garza

Vanessa Tait, Foreword


by Bill Fletcher Jr.

March 2016
ISBN: 978-1-60846-528-6
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This classic work sheds light on the lives and struggles of


immigrant women domestic workers.

Grace Changs vital account of immigrant


womenwho work as nannies, domestic workers,
janitors, nursing aides, and homecare workers
proves that those who perform our least desirable
jobs are the most crucial to our economy and society. Disposable Domestics highlights the unrewarded
work immigrant women perform as caregivers,
cleaners, and servers and shows how these women
are actively resisting the exploitation they face.

Grace Chang is a professor of feminist studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Ai-jen Poo is director of the National Domestic Workers
Alliance.
Alicia Garza is special projects director for the National
Domestic Workers Alliance and a cofounder of Black
Lives Matter.

December 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60846-520-0
$19.00 Paperback Ebook available

A classic account of low-wage workers organization that


the US Department of Labor calls one of the 100 books
that has shaped work in America.

As low-wage organizing campaigns have been


reignited by the Fight for 15 movement and other
workplace struggles the classic Poor Workers
Unionsone of the 100 books the US Department
of Labor says has shaped work in Americais as
prescient as ever.
Finally, the book weve all been waiting for!
Dana Frank, author of Buy American: The Untold Story
of Economic Nationalism
Journalist and labor activist Vanessa Tait received her
PhD in sociology from the University of California,
Santa Cruz. Her writings have appeared in New Labor
Forum, Critical Sociology, the Boston Phoenix, and the
Guardian.

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Confronting Injustice

Ecosocialism

Social Activism in the Age of Individualism

A Radical Alternative
to Capitalist Catastrophe

Umair Muhammad
January 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-570-5 $16.00 Paperback
Ebook available

Michael Lwy
April 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-471-5 $15.00 Paperback
Ebook available

An urgent and powerful call to build the mass movements that


will be necessary to overcome global climate change.

Revolutionary ideas and strategies to save the planet.

From Superstorm Sandy to Hurricane Katrina, the destructive power


of climate change has become impossible to deny, and yet we are still
told that buying green will somehow roll back global warming. is
book seeks to draw out the structural roots of manmade climate
change and argues that todays activists must focus on mass collective
actionlike the recent mass mobilization for climate justice in New
Yorkand abandon the hopeless individualism of consumer-based
solutions.

Capitalism is killing the planet, and the preservation of a natural environment favorable to human life requires a radical alternative. In
this new collection of essays, longtime revolutionary and environmental activist Michael Lwy oers a vision of ecosocialist transformation. is vision combines an understanding of the destructive
logic of the capitalist system with an appreciation for ongoing struggles, particularly in Latin America.
Praise for On Changing the World:

What [Umair] provides is an opening statement in an important discussion


that activists must have.

Ian Angus, author of Too Many People?


Umair Muhammad is a researcher who focuses on the political economy of
climate change. He is also a member of the editorial team of Delusions of
Development.

His collection of essays, combining scholarship with passion, impresses by


its sweep and scope.

Daniel Singer, author of Prelude to Revolution


Michael Lwy is emeritus research director at the CNRS (National Center
for Scientific Research). His books, On Changing the World and e Politics
of Combined and Uneven Development have been translated into twenty-nine
languages.

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The Revolutionary
Answer
Writings on African American Struggle
C. L. R. James Edited and introduced

BRICS
An Anticapitalist Critique
Edited by Ana Garcia and Patrick Bond
March 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-533-0 $19.95 Paperback
Available in US and Canada only Ebook available

by Scott McLemee
January 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-566-8 $19.95 Paperback
Ebook available

A thought-provoking collection of writings on African American


politics by internationally renowned revolutionary C. L. R. James.

A critical examination of the contradictory rise to power of


emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

Renowned as a groundbreaking cultural theorist, the most influential


chronicler of the Haitian revolution, and a political activist, C. L. R.
James was one of the most important Black intellectuals of the twentieth century. is collection includes his most significant writings
on Black liberation in the United States.

e emergence of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa on


a global stage has upset the dominance of the United States as the
worlds only superpower. But can they chart a path toward a more
just global economy? is collection, which brings together leading
political economists from around the world, argues that the BRICS
are actually amplifying some of the worst features of international
capitalism.

C. L. R. James (19011989) was a novelist, activist, and political theorist


who worked with Leon Trotsky, Richard Wright, Cornelius Castoriadis, and
Kwame Nkrumah. He wrote the classic history of the Haitian revolution
e Black Jacobins, and helped create a network of pan-African organizers.
Scott McLemee is the editor of C. L. R. James and e Negro Question and
coeditor, with Paul Leblanc, of C.L.R. James and Revolutionary Marxism. He
writes the weekly column Intellectual Aairs for Inside Higher Ed and
serves on the editorial board of New Politics.

Ana Garcia teaches international relations at the Federal Rural University of


Rio de Janeiro. She coordinated research on innovation systems at the
BRICS Policy Center and is a researcher at the Institute Policy Alternatives
for the Southern Cone.
Patrick Bond, based in South Africa since 1990 mainly at the University of
KwaZulu-Natal and Wits University, recently authored Elite Transition (third
edition), South Africa: e Present as History (coauthored with John Saul),
and Politics of Climate Justice.

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Returns of Marxism

The Long Depression

Marxist Theory in a Time of Crisis

Marxism and the Global Crisis


of Capitalism

Edited by Sara R. Farris


March 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-574-3 $22.00 Paperback
Ebook available

Michael Roberts
July 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-468-5 $19.00 Paperback
Ebook available

A diverse collection of international Marxist voices engaging with


contemporary politics.

A significant new analysis of the current economic crisis by


leading Marxist economist Michael Roberts.

Marxs thought is being reappropriated and reinterpreted by a new


generation. In this wide-ranging collection, scholar-activists from
around the world return to Marx, but do so in a way that avoids a
dogmatic approach to his writingfocusing instead on what is relevant to todays struggles against capitalism.

Written from a Marxist perspective, this book argues that the global
economy is in a depression. e profitability of capital is too low and
debt built up before the Great Recession is too high. is depression
will end when the profitability of capital is restored through yet another slump.

Sara R. Farris holds degrees from the University of Rome, La Sapienza.


Sara previously taught sociology at the University of Amsterdam, the University of Brunel, and Kings College. She has also been a member scholar at
the Institute for Advanced Study, School of Social Science, at Princeton
(2012/2013), research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Cluster
of Excellence in Konstanz (2011), and at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (20092010). She is an international book review editor for Critical
Sociology and corresponding editor for Historical Materialism.

Michael Roberts has worked as an economist for more than thirty years in
the City of London financial center. He is author of e Great Recession: A
Marxist View (2009).

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Lenin and the


Revolutionary
Party

The Life and


Death of
Leon Trotsky

Paul Le Blanc

Victor Serge and Natalia


Sedova Introduction
by Richard Greeman

June 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60846-464-7
$24.00 Paperback

July 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60846-469-2
$17.95 Paperback

Mandate of
Heaven
Marx and Mao in
Modern China
Nigel Harris
June 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60846-465-4
$18.95 Paperback

One of the most important studies of Lenins practice and


thought, now available to a new generation of activists.

A biography of Leon Trotsky by two of his close friends


and collaborators.

The essential Marxist history of China under Mao.

A thorough, concise, and accessible introduction to


Lenins theory and practice of revolutionary politics.

Leon Trotsky was one of the leaders of the Russian


Revolution who was exiled and murdered following
Stalins rise to power. Written by two of his closest
collaborators, this book provides an invaluable picture of a great revolutionary and the world-historic
events in which he was a leading actor.

Today, China is a global superpower, still dominated


by a party that calls itself Communist. In this classic
history of the Chinese Revolution, originally published in 1978, Nigel Harris traces the class origins
and political perspectives of the revolution itself,
and documents the years of Maos rule.

Victor Serge was a socialist revolutionary, political theorist, historian, and novelist. His books include Memoirs
of a Revolutionary and Conquered City.

Nigel Harris is a British economist specializing in the economics of metropolitan areas. He is professor emeritus
of economics of the City at University College London
and the author of nineteen books.

A work of unusual strength and coherence, inspired


not by academic neutrality but by the deep conviction that there is much to learn from the actual ideas
and experiences of Lenin and the revolutionary party
he led.
Michael Lwy
Paul Le Blanc is an American historian and activist. Professor of history at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, he
has written and edited more than twenty books, mostly
dealing with the labor and socialist movements, in which
he has been active.

Natalia Sedova was a revolutionary activist and the


widow of Leon Trotsky.

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Nation-States

We Cannot
Escape History

Consciousness and Competition

Neil Davidson

States and Revolutions

January 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60846-568-2 $22.00 Paperback


Ebook available

In his latest collection of essays, Neil Davidson brings his formidable analytical powers
to bear on the concept of the capitalist nation-state. rough probing inquiry, Davidson draws out how nationalist ideology and consciousness is used to
bind the subordinate classes to the nation, while simultaneously
using the state as a means of conducting geopolitical competition
for capital.

Neil Davidson
May 2015 ISBN: 978-1-60846-467-8 $26.00 Paperback Ebook available

ese essays focus on the themes of states


and revolution. the dierence between bourgeois and socialist revolutions, the book concludes with a extended
discussion of the dierent meanings history has for conservatives, radicals, and Marxists.

Praise for How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions? and Holding Fast to an Image of the Past
I was frankly pole-axed by this magnificent book. Davidson resets the entire debate on the character of revolutions: bourgeois, democratic, and socialist. Hes
Mike Davis, author of Planet of Slums
sending me, at least, back to the library.
This is, quite simply, the finest book of its kind.

Tony McKenna, Marx and Philosophy Review of Books

This is Neil Davidson at his very best. In a sparkling set of essays, Davidson offers a conceptually sophisticated and historically wide-ranging analysis of the work
of classical and contemporary political thinkers. . . . In terms of its depth of learning it stands in comparison with Perry Andersons Zone of Engagement. An
Satnam Virdee, professor of sociology, University of Glasgow
essential read.
Holding Fast to an Image of the Past is illuminating, authoritative, and sometimes very funny. . . . This new collection fruitfully combines wide-ranging erudition
Bridget Fowler, emeritus professor of sociology, University of Glasgow
with vivid vignettes.

Neil Davidson is the author of Discovering the Scottish Revolution (2003), for which he was awarded the Deutscher Prize, How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions? (2012), and Holding Fast to an Image of the Past (2014). Davidson lectures in sociology in the School of Political and Social Science at the University of
Glasgow, Scotland.

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Historical Materialism
Book Series
Editorial Board: Sbastien Budgen (Paris), Steve
Edwards (London), Marcel van der Linden
(Amsterdam), Peter Thomas (London)
The capitalist crisis of the twenty-first century has been met by a
resurgence of interest in critical Marxist theory. At the same time,
the publishing institutions committed to Marxism have contracted
markedly since the high point of the 1970s. The Historical Materialism book series is dedicated to addressing this situation by
making available important works of Marxist theory. The aim of
the series is to publish important theoretical contributions as the
basis for vigorous intellectual debate and exchange on the left.
The peer-reviewed series publishes original monographs, translated texts, and reprints of classics across the bounds of academic disciplinary agendas and across the divisions of the left.
The series is particularly concerned with encouraging the internationalization of Marxist debate, and aims to translate significant studies from beyond the English-speaking world.
The Historical Materialism book series will expand significantly
over the coming years with substantial and important books in
all areas of Marxist theory. We are undertaking a project of publishing previously untranslated texts by Marx, long-unavailable
debates from the Second and Third Internationals, and English
editions of important studies from the postwar period. Equally
significantly, we also aim to publish the work of the emerging
generation of Marxist scholars and theorists.

Alexander Shlyapnikov,
18851937

Lenin and the Logic


of Hegemony

Life of an Old Bolshevik


Barbara C. Allen

Political Practice and Theory


in the Class Struggle
Alan Shandro

978-1-60846-558-3 $28.00 426 pages January 2016

Dimensions of Hegemony
Language, Culture and Politics
in Revolutionary Russia
Craig Brandist
978-1-60846-557-6 $28.00 280 pages March 2016

From the Vanguard


to the Margins
Workers in Hungary, 1939 to the Present:
Selected Essays by Mark Pittaway
Mark Pittaway
978-1-60846-477-7 $28.00 334 pages May 2015

The German Left


and the Weimar Republic

The Post Colonial Orient


The Politics of Difference and the
Project of Provincialising Europe
Vasant Kaiwar
978-1-60846-479-1 $28.00 416 pages June 2015

978-1-60846-483-8 $28.00 392 pages June 2015

Prophets Unarmed

Looking for the Proletariat

Chinese Trotskyists in Revolution, War,


Jail, and the Return from Limbo
Edited by Gregor Benton

Socialisme ou Barbarie and the


Problem of Worker Writing
Stephen Hastings-King
978-1-60846-482-1 $28 345 Pages May 2015

The Marxism
of Manuel Sacristn
From Communism to the New Social
Movements
Manuel Sacristn, translated
and edited by Renzo Llorente

978-1-60846-554-5 $55.00 1270 pages January 2016

Reading Gramsci
Francisco Fernndez Buey
978-1-60846-561-3 $28.00 186 pages November 2015

Revolutionary Marxism
in Spain 19301937
Alan Sennett
978-9-00422-107-9 $28.00 346 pages June 2015

978-1-60846-549-1 $28.00 312 pages Spetember 2015

The Russian Social-Democratic


Labour Party, 18991904

A Selection of Documents
Edited with an introduction
by Ben Fowkes

The Origins of Capitalism in


England 14001600

978-1-60846-486-9 $28.00 400 pages June 2015

978-1-60846-485-2 $28.00 400 pages June 2015

Global Political Economy


and the Modern State System

Philosophy After Marx

978-1-60846-555-2 $36.00 610 pages March 2016

100 Years of Misreadings and the


Normative Turn in Political Philosophy
Christoph Henning

Working-Class Politics
in the German Revolution

Tobias ten-Brink
978-1-60846-474-6 $28.00 272 pages May 2015

Groove
An Aesthetic of Measured Time
Mark Abel
978-1-60846-484-5 $28.00 268 pages June 2015

Spencer Dimmock

978-1-60846-476-0 $36.00 660 pages May 2015

Plural Temporalities
Transindividuality and the Aleatory
Between Spinoza and Althusser
Vittorio Morfino
978-1-60846-480-7 $28.00 188 pages June 2015

Documents of the 'Economist' Opposition to Iskra and Early Menshevism


Richard Mullin

Richard Mller, the Revolutionary


Shop Stewards and the Origins
of the Council Movement
Ralf Hoffrogge
978-1-60846-550-7 $28.00 254 pages September 2015

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Karl Marx
Karl Korsch
March 2016 978-1-60846-556-9
$20 200 pages

The
Revolutionary
Marxism of
Antonio
Gramsci

Marxism
in a Lost
Century
A Biography
of Paul Mattick
Gary Roth

Frank Rosengarten
May 2015 978-1-60846-473-9
$28 200 pages

The republication of Karl Korschs classic Karl


Marx makes available to a new generation of readers the most concise account of Marxs thought by
one of the twentieth centurys most influential
Marxists. Written for nonspecialist readers, Korsch
aimed for his book to serve as a handbook for the
US labor movement.
[I]n its compactness and objectivity the book is a useful theoretical tool for proletarian class aspirations, we
cannot in reviewing it do better than to indicate,
though inadequately, its richness and value.
Paul Mattick
Karl Korsch (18861961) was one of the most significant
Marxist writers of the twentieth century, most famous
for his book Marxism and Philosophy (1923).

Antonio Gramsci was not only one of the most original and significant communist leaders of his time
but also a creative thinker whose contributions to
the renewal of Marxism remain pertinent today. In
this volume Frank Rosengarten explores Gramscis
writings on a diverse array of topicsfrom Marxist
theory and the responsibility of political leadership
to Gramscis influence on the postcolonial world.
Through close readings of Gramscis socialist journalism, his prison letters, and his Notebooks, Rosengarten captures the full vitality of the Sardinian
communists thought and outlook on life.

Frank Rosengarten (19272014) holds a PhD in Italian


from Columbia University and was professor emeritus at
Case Western Reserve University and the City University
of New York. He edited several volumes of Gramscis
prison letters. Among his other publications are e Writings of the Young Marcel Proust and Urbane Revolutionary:
C.L.R. James and the Struggle for a New Society.

November 2015 978-1-60846-553-8


$28 342 pages

Paul Mattick (19041981) was the founder of the


council communist movement in the United States.
He participated in the German Revolution of
19181923, was involved in the US left during the
Great Depression and saw the popularity of his
ideas among radicals peak in the 1960s. Marxism
in a Lost Century, the first political and intellectual
biography of Mattick, tells the compelling story of
a little-known yet widely influential Marxist thinker
and the radical left he helped to shape.

Gary Roth is a lecturer at Rutgers University-Newark and


coauthor (with Anne Lopes) of Mens Feminism: August
Bebel and the German Socialist Movement (Humanity
Books, 2000).

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The Communist
International and
US Communism,
19191929

Marxs Capital
and Hegels Logic
A Reexamination
Edited by Fred Moseley and Tony Smith
May 2015 978-1-60846-475-3 $28 336 pages

Jacob A. Zumoff
June 2015 978-1-60846-487-6 $28 400 pages

Jacob A. Zumoff has written an impressive scholarly tome . . . [that] belongs


in all research libraries and in big-city public libraries.

[T]his stimulating volume offers a rich sampling of the newer approach [to
Hegel] and the insights it provides to Marx himself.
Fredric Jameson, Duke University

Dan La Botz, New Politics

The Communist Party of the United States of America was founded


amid the wave of international revolutionary struggles inspired by the
Russian Revolution, with the express goal of leading US workers in
the struggle against capitalism. Despite these intentions, the first years
of its existence were plagued by sectarianism, infighting, and an obsession over the need for an underground organization. It was only
through the intervention of the Communist International (Comintern) that the party was pushed to Americanize, come out from
the underground, and focus on the struggles for Black liberation.
This unique contribution documents the positive contribution of the
Comintern in its early revolutionary years and its decline under Stalin.
Jacob A. Zumo has a PhD (2003) in history from the University of London
and has lectured at several universities, including most recently, New Jersey
City University.

This book provides a wide-ranging and in-depth reappraisal of the relation


between Marxs economic theory in Capital and Hegels Logic by leading
Marxian economists and philosophers from around the world. The subjects
dealt with include systematic dialectics, the New Dialectics, materialism versus idealism, Marxs inversion of Hegel, Hegels Concept logic (universality-particularity-singularity), Hegels Essence logic (essence-appearance), and
Marxs levels of abstraction of capital in general and competition.

Fred Moseley is a professor of economics at Mount Holyoke College. He is


the author of e Falling Rate of Profit in the Postwar United States Economy
and editor of Marxs Logical Method: A Reappraisal, New Investigations of
Marxs Method.
Tony Smith is a professor of philosophy at Iowa State University. His books
include e Logic of Marxs Capital: Replies to Hegelian Criticisms, Technology
and Capital in the Age of Lean Production, and Globalization: A Systematic
Marxian Account.

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Trotsky and
the Problem
of Soviet
Bureaucracy
Thomas Twiss
May 2015 978-1-60846-478-4
$36 502 pages

During the twentieth century the problem of


postrevolutionary bureaucracy emerged as the most
pressing theoretical and political concern confronting Marxism. No one contributed more to the
discussion of this question than Leon Trotsky. In
Trotsky and the Problem of Soviet Bureaucracy, Twiss
traces the development of Trotskys thinking on this
issue from the first years after the Bolshevik Revolution through the Moscow Trials of the 1930s.
Throughout he notes both strengths and weaknesses of Trotskys theoretical perspective at each
stage in its development.

Crisis and
Contradiction
Marxist Perspectives
on Latin America in
the Global Political
Economy
Edited by Susan Spronk
and Jeffery R. Webber
December 2015
978-1-60846-552-1 $28 385 pages

Since the late 1990s Latin America has experienced


a turn to the left in the electoral arena, and has simultaneously seen a rejuvenation of Marxist critiques of political economy emanating from the
region. Drawing on the expertise of scholars from
around the world, this volume offers cutting-edge
theoretical explorations of trends in the region, as
well as in-depth case studies of Argentina, Bolivia,
Brazil, and Venezuela.

Susan Spronk is associate professor at the University of


Ottawa.
omas Twiss has a PhD (2009) in political science from
the University of Pittsburgh and is a liaison librarian at
that university. He has published articles on Leon Trotsky
and translations of a number of Trotskys letters.

Jeery R. Webber is the author of Red October: LeftIndigenous Struggles in Modern Bolivia (2011).

Max Weber:
Modernization
as Passive
Revolution
A Gramscian Analysis
Jan Rehmann
October 2015 978-1-60846-551-4
$28 432 pages

With Gramscis theory of hegemony as its starting


point, this volume provides a comprehensive socioanalysis of Max Webers political and intellectual position in the ideological context of his time.
Rehmann lucidly and witheringly argues that, even
though Weber presents his science as value-free,
the forefather of sociologys system is best understood as the program of an organic intellectual of
the bourgeoisie.

Jan Rehmann teaches at Union eological Seminary in


New York City and the Free University in Berlin. He is
author of eories of Ideology (Haymarket Books, 2014).

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Previously Published:

Beyond Marx

Criticism of Heaven

www.haymarketbooks.org/category/hm-series

Confronting Labor-History and the


Concept of Labor with the Global
Labor-Relations of the Twenty-First Century
Edited by Karl H. Roth and
Marcel van der Linden

On Marxism and Theology


Roland Boer

Alasdair MacIntyres
Engagement with Marxism

978-1-60846-031-1 $28.00 472 pages

The Ellen Meiksins Wood


Reader
Ellen Meiksins Wood
Edited by Larry Patriquin

Gramsci and Languages


Unification, Diversity, Hegemony
Allessandro Carlucci
978-1-60846-413-5 $28.00 256 pages September 2014

Criticism of Religion

978-1-60846-279-7 $28.00 368 pages

978-1-60846-410-4 $36.00 532 pages

On Marxism and Theology II


Roland Boer

Exploring Marxs Capital

Carlos Nelson Coutinho


978-1-60846-277-3 $28.00 198 pages

978-1-60846-032-8 $28.00 448 pages

The Capitalist Cycle

978-1-60846-122-6 $28.00 290 pages

Althusser

An Essay on the Marxist Theory of the Cycle


Pavel Maksakovsky

Criticism of Theology

Philosophical, Economic,
and Political Dimensions
Jacques Bidet

Selected Writings 19531974


Edited by Paul Blackledge
and Neil Davidson

Philosophy, Hegemony, and Marxism


Peter D. Thomas

Financialization in Crisis

978-1-60846-116-5 $36.00 508 pages

Edited by Costas Lapavitsas

Impersonal Power

978-1-60846-018-2 $20.00 152 pages

On Marxism and Theology III


Roland Boer

978-1-60846-027-4 $28.00 412 pages

The Clash of Globalizations

978-160846-197-4 $28.00 358 pages

The American Road


to Capitalism

Neoliberalism, the Third Way,


and Anti-Globalization
Ray Kiely

The Culture of Peoples


Democracies

978-1-60846-237-7 $28.00 272 pages

Hungarian Essays on Literature, Art,


and Democratic Transition
Georg Lukcs

Method, Critique, and Crisis


Michael A. Lebowitz

978-1-60846-198-1 $28.00 300 pages

Behind the Crisis


Marxs Dialectic of Value and Knowledge
Guglielmo Carchedi
978-1-60846-196-7 $28.00 304 pages

Between Equal Rights


A Marxist Theory of International Law
China Miville
978-1-931859-33-2 $18.00 380 pages

978-1-60846-022-9 $28.00 324 pages

Critical Companion
to Contemporary Marxism
Edited by Jacques Bidet and
Stathis Kouvelakis

978-1-60846-337-4 $28.00 374 pages

Dialectics of the Ideal

978-1-60846-030-4 $50.00 816 pages

Evald Ilyenkov and Creative Soviet Marxism


Edited by Alex Levant and Vesa Oittinen

Criticism of Earth

978-1-60846-414-2 $28.00 220 pages

On Marxism and Theology IV


Roland Boer

Discovering Imperialism

978-1-60846-274-2 $28.00 380 pages

Social Democracy to World War I


Edited and translated by
Richard B. Day and Daniel Gaido
978-1-60846-235-3 $50.00 951 pages

The Gramscian Moment

978-1-60846-028-1 $28.00 328 pages

The Detour of Theory


Gregory Elliott

Studies in Class-Structure, Economic


Development and Political Conflict,
16201877
Charles Post

Gramscis Political Thought

Following Marx
978-1-60846-033-5 $28.00 364 pages

History and Theory of the Bourgeois State


Heide Gerstenberger
Translated by David Fernbach
978-1-60846-029-8 $36.00 804 pages

The German Revolution

In the Steps
of Rosa Luxemburg

19171923
Pierre Brou

Selected Writings of Paul Levi


Paul Levi, Edited by David Fernbach

978-1-931859-32-5 $50.00 980 pages

978-1-60846-234-6 $28.00 350 pages

Globalization

In the Vale of Tears

A Systematic Marxian Account


Tony Smith

On Marxism and Theology, V


Roland Boer

978-1-60846-023-6 $28.00 360 pages

978-1-60846-378-7 $28.00 400 pages

Lenin Rediscovered
What Is to Be Done? in Context
Lars T. Lih
978-1-931859-58-5 $50 888 pages

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Making History

Marxism and Social Movements

in Prospect and Retrospect

Revolutionary Teamsters

John Riddell

Agency, Structure, and Change


in Social Theory
Alex Callinicos

Edited by Colin Barker, John Krinsky,


and Alf Gunvald Nilsen

Interventions in Russian
and Soviet History
John Eric Marot

The Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934


Bryan D. Palmer

978-1-60846-236-0 $55.00 1310 pages

978-1-60846-379-4 $28.00 352 pages

Ideologies of Social Dreaming


in England, 18701900
Matthew Beaumont

978-1-60846-020-5 $28.00 290 pages

Marx and Latin America


Jos Aric, Translated by David Broder
978-1-60846-411-1 $28.00 152 pages

Marx and Singularity


From the Early Writings to the Grundrisse
Luca Basso

978-1-60846-372-5 $36.00 482 pages

Marxism and the Oppression


of Women
Toward a Unitary Theory
Lise Vogel, Introduction by Susan
Ferguson and David McNally
978-1-60846-340-4 $28.00 266 pages

978-1-60846-336-7 $28.00 226 pages

A Marxist Philosophy
of Language

Marx on Gender
and the Family

Jean-Jacques Lecercle, Translated


by Gregory Elliott

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Noam Chomsky

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Rory Fanning

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Jeffery R. Webber
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Steve Early
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Silvia Giagnoni
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Sharon Smith
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Neil Davidson

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Eric Toussaint
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V. I. Lenin, Introduction by John Riddell

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Neil Harding
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Tariq Ali, Illustrated by Phil Evans
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Jordan Flaherty
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Doing History
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Irving Bernstein
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Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan,
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Failure to Quit

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Howard Zinn

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Noam Chomsky
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Justice in Everyday Life

Masters of Mankind

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Mayor 1%
Rahm Emanuel and the Rise
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Kari Lydersen
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John Brown at Harpers Ferry


Truman Nelson
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The Party
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Barry Sheppard
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Postwar America
19451971
Howard Zinn

A History of the American Worker,


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Irving Bernstein, Introduction
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African Struggles Today


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Peter Dwyer and Leo Zeilig

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The Comintern
Duncan Hallas

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Rethinking Camelot

Diary of Bergen-Belsen

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Political Culture
Noam Chomsky
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19441945
Hanna Lvy-Hass, Foreword
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Exile

The Lost Revolution

The Paris Commune

Revolutionary Rehearsals

War on War

Conversations with Pramoedya Ananta Toer


Andr Vltchek and Rossie Indira
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Germany 19181923
Chris Harman

A Revolution in Democracy
Donny Gluckstein

Edited by Colin Barker

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Lenin, the Zimmerwald Left, and the


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R. Craig Nation

Rosa Luxemburg

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The Meek and the Militant

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Paul Frlich
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Ilario Salucci

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Arundhati Roy
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Pierre Brou

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Donny Gluckstein

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Neil Davidson
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Breyten Breytenbach
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Immanuel Ness and Dario Azzellini
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Daniel Singer
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Ralph Darlington
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Harold Isaacs
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Victor Serge
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Strategies of Resistance
Jos Corra Leite
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CERSCs projects include the book publisher Haymarket Books, the bimonthly magazine International Socialist Review, the audio and video archive
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Percy Bysshe Shelleys famous poem, Mask of Anarchy, gave us the name for this site. e
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Rise like Lions after slumber
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Which in sleep had fallen on you
Ye are manythey are few.
ere are so many voices and so many struggles scattered across the planet (and the Internet).
We are attempting to gather these voices in unvanquishable number into a site that can
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e idea of this website first came from the annual Socialism conferences, packed
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