Happy May Day!

May first is International Workers' Day, or Labour Day. Whatever you call it, it's a day to commerate the fight for the 8-hour work day and other rights and protections for workers.

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If you are less the marching type and more the stay at home, avoid traffic type, might we suggest the following titles? Hope you all have a safe and happy May Day!

A new series of beautiful hardcover nonfiction classics, with covers designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith


A new beautiful edition of the Communist Manifesto, combined with Lenin's key revolutionary tract


This blisteringly candid discussion of the American dilemma in the age of Trump brings together the head of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the former attorney general of the United States, a bestselling author and death penalty lawyer, and a star professor for an honest conversation the country desperately needs to hear.


"Humane yet often horrifying, Tell Me How It Ends offers a compelling, intimate look at a continuing crisis--and its ongoing cost in an age of increasing urgency." --Jeremy Garber, Powell's Books


The first volume of a political treatise that changed the world


Radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing that redefines the very way we understand law enforcement

It doesn't take firsthand experience to learn the meaning of pain compliance or rough ride.


Emma Goldman, once considered "the most dangerous woman in America," was a thinker so far ahead of her time that even to a modern reader, her views sound startlingly revolutionary. This collection of essays is an excellent introduction to her thoughts: ranging from her views on women's liberation, the role of theater, the prison system, and the tactics of dissent.


Revised and expanded edition of the groundbreaking book which demystifies twenty-one of the most widespread myths and beliefs about immigrants and immigrations.


Class War, USA is a rich collection of stories about ordinary people who resisted oppression and exploitation against all odds. Brandon Weber's succinct and vivid essays capture crucial moments of struggle when working-class people built movements of hope and defiance. Evocative imagery, archival photographs, and descriptive text make history come alive in these pages.