South Korean Social Movements in the 20th Century by George Katsiaficas. This illuminating volume provides a detailed analysis of the oft-hidden yet major uprisings that have patterned Korea's politics and society.
Książka bardzo szeroko traktuje "autonomii robotniczej", poruszając wiele różnorodnych wątków: badania robotnicze, analizę składu klasowego, krytykę organizacji partyjnych i związkowych, taktykę akcji bezpośredniej, kwestie uznania itd. Zaprezentowany w niej materiał jest potrzebnym głosem w dyskusji na temat teorii i praktyki radykalnego ruchu...
Autonomy, Solidarity, Possibility is a collection of some of Ward's most enduring works from the fields of politics, educational theory, social theory, and beyond. A massive project, begun several years before his death, it fills the need for a thorough and succinct introduction to Ward's multi-faceted body of work.
A truly staggering book. From a child prodigy of crime in the LA ghettos, to an adult life spent in prison. From George Jackson (his best friend) to the Black Panthers. Probably the best book you're ever likely to read on the horrors of penitentiary life.
Subtitled "A collection of Graffiti locations and photographs in London". Self published pocket size but large! With over 100 photographs. This is set up as 3 guided tours around London’s most interesting g graffiti zones. Nicely done! The third Edition Revised and Updated
Barred for Life: How Black Flag's Iconic Logo became Punk Rock's Secret Handshake Barred for Life is a photo documentary cataloging the legacy of American Punk Rock pioneers Black Flag, through stories, interviews, and...
A compelling account of the extraordinary activities of Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) – by those who were there on the frontline – an organised and committed group of ordinary working class lads who during the 1980s and 1990s took the fight to the far right – and won!
Beggars Of Life is easily the greatest of hobo autobiographies. First published in 1924, it holds up remarkably well because Jim Tully was one of the founders of the spare, gritty, unsentimental style that became known as 'hardboiled' (of which Dashiel Hammett was the best known practitioner).
Born in Kilburn, London, in 1948, John was arrested in August 1971 in the so-called “Angry Brigade” case and sentenced to ten years imprisonment. It was the longest trial in English legal history. Released in 1978, John wrote his memoir of those seven years in the English penal system.
Focusing on a variety of movements for political, social, and economic change in the US, Jules Boykoff shows the tools used by government agents to undermine the long-term viability of opposition in this country. Despite the pretense of democratic ideals, the US government has ruthlessly suppressed dissent, using hard-to-detect and rarely acknowledged...
With a title that's a modern-day mash-up of Frantz Fanon and The Clash, Black Bloc, White Riot revisits the struggles against globalization that marked the beginning of the twenty-first century and explores the connection between political violence and the white middle class.
Originally published in 1954, Richard Wright's Black Power is an extraordinary nonfiction work by one of America's premier literary giants of the twentieth century. An impassioned chronicle of the author's trip to Africa's Gold Coast before it became the free nation of Ghana, it speaks eloquently of empowerment and possibility, and resonates...
Picking up from where he left off in Black Fire, African-American communist activist Peery extends his memoirs from the end of World War II and the formation of radical consciousness, through his involvement in the Communist Party USA, his eventual break with the party, and his dismay at the rise of black nationalism in the wake of the 1968 Watts
"Brian Willson's courage, integrity, and dedication to peace and justice and to a sustainable society have been an inspiration to all of those who seek to change the course on which we are lurching towards destruction. His memoir should be read and pondered, and its lessons should be taken to heart by those who hope to create a more decent world."
bolo’bolo – Ardent and Autonomedia have teamed up to bring the most important anarchist utopia (that is neither anarchist or utopian) back into print. If this doesn’t live on your bookshelf then it is arguable that anything lives there at all!
This is the first comprehensive overview of the work of Murray Bookchin, the left-libertarian social theorist and political ecologist who is widely regarded as the visionary precursor of anti-corporate politics.
Ted Curtis delivers a powerful inditement of the Israel security forces and their political masters from his experiences of an international observer. Ted has a accessible style that can make even the most terrible situations humourous yet still serious. Recommended