An in-depth 1970s analysis of how the management of black dissent by the black American middle-class/professional elite helped restructure capitalism to its own advantage.
Articles by Adolph L. Reed, Jr., Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in race and American politics.
A short history of anarchism in late 19th century Aberdeen
This 1998 book traces the development of workers' struggles in China from the 1950s to the Tianenmen movement of 1989 and beyond. It looks at the role played by worker discontent in the...
Horizontalism is an oral history of the exciting transformations taking place since the popular rebellion. It is a story of cooperation, vision, creation and discovery. It is a history told by...
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