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City of Widows: An Iraqi Woman's Account of War and Resistance

by Haifa Zangana

In City of Widows, Haifa Zangana tells the story of her country, from the early twentieth century through the US-UK invasion and the current occupation. She brings to light a sense of Iraq as a society mainly...


Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union

by David Swanson

Daybreak is a thorough investigation of how Bush/Cheney altered the way American government works and deteriorated the Constitution and Bill of Rights. It includes clear plans for how we may reclaim democracy,...


The Contenders

by Laura Flanders, Richard Goldstein & Dean Kuipers

When you get beyond the spin, the campaign spending, the YouTube spots, and the paid advertisements, what did the Democratic contenders in the 2008 Presidential election stand for, really? What did Hillary Clinton...


Notes From the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti

by Michael Deibert, Ti Goave & Raoul Peck

Notes from the Last Testament, by veteran reporter Michael Deibert, is a riveting narrative account of the events leading up to and including the overthrow of Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. A fearless...


The 5 Unanswered Questions About 9/11: What the 9/11 Commission Report Failed to Tell Us

by James Ridgeway

The 9/11 Commission Report is widely declared to be the definitive account of the most devastating attack ever to take place on American soil, but in truth the most vital questions about 9/11 have not been asked,...


Fidel: An Illustrated Biography of Fidel Castro

by Nestor Kohan, Nahuel Scherma & Elise Buchman

In the United States, ninety miles from Cuban shores, tempers flare on the subject of Fidel Castro: some say he is a liberator, some say a dictator. In Fidel, Nestor Kohan and Nahuel Scherma present one of the...


Talking to the Enemy: Stories

by Avner Mandelman

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has shaped the consciousness of a generation, but never before has it been brought to life in such vivid and telling prose. Part Tim O’Brien and part Bernard Malamud, Avner...


Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence

by James Ingalls, Sonali Kolhatkar & David Barsamian

Through in-depth research and detailed historical context, Sonali Kolhatkar and James Ingalls report on the injustice of U.S. policies in Afghanistan historically and in the post-9/11 era. Drawing from declassified...


Towers of Stone: The Battle of Wills in Chechnya

by Wojciech Jagielski & Soren A. Gauger

In Towers of Stone, award-winning Polish reporter Wojciech Jagielski brings into focus the tragedy of Chechnya, its inhabitants, and the war being waged there by a handful of desperate warriors against a powerful...


World Report 2010: Events of 2009

by Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch is increasingly recognized as the world’s leader in building a stronger awareness for human rights. Their annual World Report is the most probing review of human rights developments available...


The Fluoride Deception

by Christopher Bryson & Theo Colborn

With the narrative punch of Jonathan Harr’s A Civil Action and the commitment to environmental truth-telling of Erin Brockovich, The Fluoride Deception documents a powerful connection between big corporations,...


Dreaming Up America

by Russell Banks

With America ever under global scrutiny, Russell Banks contemplates the questions of our origins, values, heroes, conflicts, and contradictions. He writes with conversational ease and emotional insight, drawing...


Flying Close to the Sun: My Life and Times as a Weatherman

by Cathy Wilkerson

Flying Close to the Sun is the stunning memoir of a white middle-class girl from Connecticut who became a member of the Weather Underground, one of the most notorious groups of the 1960s. Cathy Wilkerson, who...


Algerian White: A Narrative

by Assia Djebar, David Kelley & Marjolijn De Jager

In Algerian White, Assia Djebar weaves a tapestry of the epic and bloody ongoing struggle in her country between Islamic fundamentalism and the post-colonial civil society. Many Algerian writers and intellectuals...


The Hidden History of 9/11

by Paul Zarembka

How much insider trading occurred in the days leading up to 9-11? How compromised is the evidence against alleged hijackers? Why were there no military interceptions? To what extent does the testimony of more...


Islands of Resistance: Puerto Rico, Vieques, and U.S. Policy

by Mario Murillo

While 1998 marked the 100th anniversary of the United States' invasion and takeover of Puerto Rico, it wasn't until 1999 that the island's political movements reappeared on the radar screen of the American people....


Catfight: Women and Competition

by Leora Tanenbaum

Catfight: Women and Competition is Leora Tanenbaum's dissection of the gender war waged among women. Tanenbaum meticulously analyzes the roots of destructive competitiveness among women, asserting that "catfights"...


Goodbye Mr. Socialism

by Antonio Negri, Peter Thomas & Raf Valvola Scelsi

Goodbye Mr. Socialism offers a gripping encounter with one of today’s leading leftists, presenting his most up-to-date analysis of global events and insight into the prospects for the Left in an age of neoliberalism....


The Umbrella of U.S. Power: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Contradictions of U.S. Policy

by Noam Chomsky

Chomsky observes the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a "Path to a Better World," while chronicling how far off the trail the United States is with respect to actual political...


The Sun Climbs Slow: The International Criminal Court and the Struggle for Justice

by Erna Paris

In this groundbreaking investigation, Erna Paris explores the history of global justice, the politics behind America's opposition to the creation of a permanent international criminal court, and the implications...