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To Secure the Blessings of Liberty

by Gouverneur Morris & J. Jackson Barlow

Liberty Fund is pleased to present this single-volume collection of Gouverneur Morris?s writings. This edition will be a welcome addition to scholars of American and French history as the volume contains many...


Choosing Sides

by Ruma Chopra

Though scores of texts, films and stories have been told about the American Revolution from the perspectives of our Founding Fathers and their followers, comparatively little is known about those colonists who...


Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War

by Ernesto Che Guevara

THE BASIS OF THE MOVIE “CHE: PART ONE” FROM STEVEN SODERBERGH STARRING BENICIO DEL TORO

The dramatic art and acute perceptiveness evident in Che Guevara’s early diaries fully blossom in this highly readable...


Asian Place, Filipino Nation

by Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz

The Philippine Revolution of 1896?1905, which began against Spain and continued against the United States, took place in the context of imperial subjugation and local resistance across Southeast Asia. Yet scholarship...


There Is No Unhappy Revolution

by Marcello Tarì & Richard Braude

"A powerful case for the persistent questioning and existential interruption that accompanies that pursuit of [happiness and revolution], and fuels it, and constitutes and ruptures its vagrant, open end."—...


JP in Jail: An Uncensored Account

by M.G. Devasahayam

When Indira Gandhi declared a state of Emergency in 1975, the people of India were deprived of their freedom and fundamental rights. The event remains a dark chapter in the history of the sub-continent. Jayaprakash...


Finally Got the News

by Brad Duncan, Interference Archive, Dan Berger & Johanna Brenner et al.

Finally Got the News uncovers the hidden legacy of the radical Left of the 1970s, a decade when vibrant social movements challenged racism, imperialism, patriarchy, and capitalism. It combines written contributions...


The Women's Revolution

by Judy Cox

The dominant view of the Russian Revolution of 1917 is of a movement led by prominent men like Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky. Despite the demonstrations of female workers for ‘bread and herrings’, which...


Global Imagination of 1968

by George Katsiaficas, Carlos Muñoz & Kathleen Cleaver

This book brings to life social movements of the 1960s, a period of world-historical struggles. With discussions of more than fifty countries, Katsiaficas articulates an understanding that is neither bounded...


Blaze in a Desert

by Victor Serge, Richard Greeman & James Brook

Victor Serge (1890–1947) played many parts, as he recounted in his indelible Memoirs of a Revolutionary. The son of anti-czarist exiles in Brussels, Serge was a young anarchist in Paris; a syndicalist rebel...


Cairo's Ultras

by Ronnie Close

The history of Cairo?s football fans is one of the most poignant narratives of the 25 January 2011 Egyptian uprising. The Ultras Al-Ahly and the Ultras White Knights fans, belonging to the two main teams, Al-Ahly...


Two Revolutions and the Constitution

by James D. R. Philips

Why and how did Americans conceive a republic built on individual liberty, in an era of oppressive monarchies? Two Revolutions and the Constitution describes how the British revolutions and constitution shaped...


The Great French Revolution - 1789–1793

by Peter Kropotkin & Victor Robinson

Written by one of the greatest anarchists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, ?The Great French Revolution ? 1789?1793? is not to be missed by those with an interest in history and sociology. In this...


Language and Metaphors of the Russian Revolution

by Lonny Harrison

Language and Metaphors of the Russian Revolution: Sow the Wind, Reap the Storm is a panoramic history of the Russian intelligentsia and an analysis of the language and ideals of the Russian Revolution, from...


Karl Marx’s Theory of Revolution Vol. II

by Hal Draper

This is the second installment of Hal Draper?s incomparable treatment of Marx?s political theory, policy, and practice. In forceful and readable language, Draper ranges through the development of the thought...


Revolutions in the Atlantic World, New Edition

by Wim Klooster

A new look at a contentious period in the history of the Atlantic world

Within just a half century, the American, French, Haitian, and Spanish American revolutions transformed the Atlantic world. This book is...


Grassroots Rising

by Ronnie Cummins

?This is a book that should be in the hands of every activist working on food and farming, climate change, and the Green New Deal.??Vandana Shiva

A practical, shovel-ready plan for anyone wondering what they...


John Poyer, the Civil Wars in Pembrokeshire and the British Revolutions

by Lloyd Bowen

This is the first book-length treatment of the ?turncoat? John Poyer, the man who initiated the Second Civil War through his rebellion in south Wales in 1648. The volume charts Poyer?s rise from a humble glover...


The Fight for Scottish Democracy

by Murray Armstrong

Three Scottish weavers, James Wilson, Andrew Hardie and John Baird, were hanged and beheaded for high treason in the summer of 1820. Nineteen more men were transported to the penal colony of Botany Bay. Their...


Rethinking Revolutionary Change in Europe

by Bailey Stone

Reconsidering the English, French, and Russian Revolutions, this book offers an important new approach to the theoretical and comparative study of revolutions. Bailey Stone proposes an innovative “neostructuralist”...