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Clare & James Currey
1959 was the year James Currey arrived in South Africa and found a nation in crisis. Hopes of change rose and foundered over the next five years. Letters and vivid conversations capture the...
Edited by Sue Finch, Jenny Fortune, Jane Grant, Jo Robinson and Sarah Wilson
Published by the Misbehavers in association with the Merlin Press Protests at the Miss World contest in 1970 attracted headlines around the world. This book portrays the new and vibrant women’s ...
Climate change is a product of the entire social and economic system within which we exist, in a word, capitalism. Challenging capitalism is essential to challenging climate change. We have...
Edited by Leo Panitch & Greg Albo
Edited As digital technology became integral to the capitalist market dystopia of the first decades of the 21st century, it refashioned both our ways of working and our ways of consuming, as well as...
With a new foreword by Sheila Rowbotham 'Thompson's biography gives us the artist and the political fighter. Of the many books I have read on William Morris and his times, this is the one...
Margaret Llewelyn Davies (1861-1944), a co-operator, feminist and socialist, was well known in her time as the outstanding leader of the Women's Co-operative Guild. This first full scale...
Edited by Walter Baier, Eric Canepa and Haris Golemis
transform! 2021 looks at capitalism's impact on the world ecosystem through global warming and the current pandemic and the concomitant economic crisis, with their effects on logistics and...
Clash is set against the backdrop of the 1926 general strike. It describes political and personal issues as Joan Craig, an activist in the trade union movement and Labour Party, lives through the...
With an introduction by Matt Perry This well-researched survey of Jarrow, the town that gave its name to the Jarrow march, describes local and labour history, the impact of poverty and the misery...
Much loved in his own era, William Morris has inspired prime ministers (Clement Attlee), artists and eco-socialists (John Bellamy Foster). Ferociously opposed to capitalism and inequality, he...