Forthcomin Attractions September - November 2008

A selection of titles being distributed in the UK by Turnaround, due to be published between September - November 2008

plus a couple of other recent releases.

Ayre, Dave et al “the Flying Pickets. The 1972 Builders' Strike and the Shrewsbury Trials” Des Warren Trust. September 2008 396pp £12.99

Catherwood, Christopher “Making War in the Name of God” Citadel. November 2008. 320pp. £9.99

Frank, Joshua and Jeffrey St Clair “Red State Rebels: Tales of Grassroots Resistance in the Heartland” (USA) AK Press. November 2008. 280pp. £13.00

Gardner, Lloyd C. “The Long Road to Baghdad. A History of US Foreign Policy in the Middle East, from the Vietnam War to the Present”. The New Press. November 2008. 320pp. £17.99

Glissant, Edouard and Patrick Chamoiseau “Raze the Walls. The Case for Outlawing Nationalism” Seven Stoires Press. November 2008. 64pp. £5.99

Guevara, Ernesto Che “Critical Notes on Political Economy. A Revolutionary Approach to Marxist Economy”. Ocean Press. October 2008. 440pp. £12.99

Hern, Matt (ed) “Everywhere All The Time. The New Deschooling Reader” AK Press. November 2008. 268pp. £10.00

Kick, Russ (ed) “You Are Still Being Lied to” Disinformation. November 2008. 400pp. £15.99

Mayer, Marcos “Anarchism for Beginners” For Beginners. November 2008. 208pp. £8.99

Philips, Peter and Andrew Roth. “Censored 2009. The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2008” Seven Stories Press. November 2008. 400pp. £11.99

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newly published:

Syndicalism and the Transition to Communism
An International Comparative Analysis
Ralph Darlington, University of Salford, UK
Studies in Labour History
April 2008 * 338 pages
Hardback * 978-0-7546-3617-5 * $114.95/ £60.00

http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&pageSubject=0&calcTitle=1&title_id=6751&edition_id=7205

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An Anarchist FAQ: v. 1 (Paperback)
by Iain McKay (Author)
Price: £20.00

Product details

* Paperback: 748 pages
* Publisher: AK Press (12 Jun 2008)
* Language English
* ISBN-10: 1902593901
* ISBN-13: 978-1902593906

Comments

Personalist
Aug 10 2008 07:57

Che on economics? Priceless.