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The True and Only Heaven: Progress and Its Critics
Christopher Lasch

W. W. Norton & Company, 1991

"A major and challenging work. . . . Provocative, and certain to be controversial. . . . Will add important new dimension to the continuing debate on the decline of liberalism." —William Julius Wilson, New York Times Book Review Can we continue to believe in progress? In this sobering analysis of the Western human condition, Christopher Lasch seeks the answer in a history of the struggle between two ideas: one is the idea of progress - an ...
  
  











  



  
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism
Peter Marshall

PM Press, 2010

Lively and authoritative, this study of a widely misunderstood subject skillfully navigates the rough waters of anarchistic concepts—from Taoism to Situationism, ranters to punk rockers, individualists to communists, and anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists. Exploring key anarchist ideas of society and the state, freedom and equality, authority and power, the record investigates the successes and failures of anarchist movements throughout ...
  
  











  



  
Reflections on Violence (Dover Books on History, Political and Social Science)
Georges Sorel

Dover Publications, 2004

In this controversial text, Sorel, a noted revolutionary, voices his belief in class warfare as a means of effecting lasting social change. His searching inquiry extends to the functions of violence, the sources of political power, the weapons of revolution, and the role of myths in converting and motivating people.
  
  











  



  
New Forms of Worker Organization: The Syndicalist and Autonomist Restoration of Class-Struggle Unionism

PM Press, 2014

As bureaucratic labor unions are currently under assault throughout the world, most have surrendered the achievements of the mid-20th century, when the working class was a militant force for change. As unions implode and weaken, workers are independently forming their own unions, rooted in the tradition of syndicalism and autonomism—and unions rooted in the tradition of self-directed action are auguring a new period of class struggle ...
  
  











  



  
Eco-Socialism: From Deep Ecology to Social Justice
David Pepper

Routledge, 1993

First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
  
  











  



  
The Wobblies in Their Heyday: The Rise and Destruction of the Industrial Workers of the World during the ...
Eric Thomas Chester

Praeger, 2014

The Industrial Workers of the World—or "Wobblies," as they were known—included legendary figures from U.S. labor history. Joe Hill, "Big Bill" Haywood, and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn have become a part of American popular folklore. In this book, author Eric T. Chester shows just how dynamic a force the IWW was during its heyday during World War I, and how determined the federal government was to crush this union—a campaign of repression that ...
  
  











  



  
Anarcho-Syndicalism: Theory and Practice (Working Classics)
Rudolf Rocker

AK Press, 2004

In 1937, at the behest of Emma Goldman, Rocker penned this political and philosophical masterpiece as an introduction to the ideals fueling the Spanish social revolution and resistance to capitalism the world over. Within, Rocker offers an introduction to anarchist ideas, a history of the international workers’ movement, and an outline of the syndicalist strategies and tactics embraced at the time (direct action, sabotage and the general ...
  
  











  



  
Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis
Ludwig von Mises

Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2011

The cover is from a Greek portrayal of the reality of war -- a fitting portrayal too of life under socialism, in which brute force is the only way to secure control over resources essential to life. This edition is the original as published by Yale University, the edition that introduce to American audiences the first thorough and scientific demolition of what was and is one of the great delusions in the history of the world. This masterwork ...
  
  











  



  
The Primacy of Politics: Social Democracy and the Making of Europe's Twentieth Century
Sheri Berman

Cambridge University Press, 2006

Political history in the industrial world has indeed ended, argues this pioneering study, but the winner has been social democracy - an ideology and political movement that has been as influential as it has been misunderstood. Berman looks at the history of social democracy from its origins in the late nineteenth century to today and shows how it beat out competitors such as classical liberalism, orthodox Marxism, and its cousins, Fascism and ...
  
  











  



  
Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of Anarchism and Syndicalism (Counter-Power vol 1)
Lucien van der Walt, Michael Schmidt

AK Press, 2009

Black Flame is the first of two volumes that reexamine anarchism's democratic class politics, its vision of a decentralized planned economy, and its impact on popular struggles in five continents over the last 150 years. From the nineteenth century to today's anticapitalist movements, it traces anarchism's lineage and contemporary relevance. It outlines anarchism's insights into questions of race, gender, class, and imperialism, significantly ...
  
  











  



  
Live Working or Die Fighting: How the Working Class Went Global
Paul Mason

Haymarket Books, 2010

"This is micro-historical writing at its best."—Walden Bello, author of Dilemmas of Domination "Brilliant."—Ken Loach The stories in this book come to life through the voices of remarkable individuals: child laborers in Dickensian England, visionary women on Parisian barricades, gun-toting railway strikers in America’s Wild West, and beer-swilling German metalworkers who tried to stop World War I. It is a story of urban slums, self-help ...
  
  











  



  
The Spanish Labyrinth: An Account of the Social and Political Background of the Spanish Civil War (Canto)
Gerald Brenan

Cambridge University Press, 1990

Gerald Brenan's The Spanish Labyrinth has become the classic account of the background to the Spanish Civil War. Written during and immediately after the Civil War, this 1990 book has all the vividness of the author's experience. It represents a struggle to see the issues in Spanish politics objectively, whilst bearing witness to the deep involvement which is the only possible source of much of this richly detailed account. As a literary figure ...
  
  











  



  
Red Emma Speaks
Emma Goldman

Humanity Books, 1996

Unlike any other collection of Goldman’s work, Red Emma Speaks presents in a single, handy volume the full sweep of her opinions and personality. In addition to nine essays from Goldman’s own 1910 collection, Anarchism and Other Essays; three dramatic sections from her 1931 autobiography, Living My Life; and the afterword to her My Disillusionment in Russia (which the collapse of the Soviet Union later revealed as prescient); this book ...
  
  











  



  
African Anarchism
Sam Mbah

See Sharp Press, 1997

African Anarchism covers a wide range of topics, including anarchistic elements in traditional African socieites, African communalism, Africa's economic and political development, the lintering social, political, and economic effects of colonialism, the development of "African socialism, the failure of "African socialism, and a possible means of resolving Africa's ongoing crises.
  
  











  



  
Mussolini's Intellectuals: Fascist Social and Political Thought
A. James Gregor

Princeton University Press, 2006

Fascism has traditionally been characterized as irrational and anti-intellectual, finding expression exclusively as a cluster of myths, emotions, instincts, and hatreds. This intellectual history of Italian Fascism--the product of four decades of work by one of the leading experts on the subject in the English-speaking world--provides an alternative account. A. James Gregor argues that Italian Fascism may have been a flawed system of belief, but ...
  
  











  



  
Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century: Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier
Robert Fishman

The MIT Press, 1982

As Robert Fishman writes of three of urban planning's greatest visionaries, Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, they 'hated the cities of their time with an overwhelming passion. The metropolis was the counter-image of their ideal cities, the hell that inspired their heavens.'
  
  











  



  
Liberalism, Fascism, or Social Democracy: Social Classes and the Political Origins of Regimes in Interwar ...
Gregory M. Luebbert

Oxford University Press, 1991

This work provides a sweeping historical analysis of the political development of Western Europe in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Arguing that the evolution of most Western European nations into liberal democracies, social democracies, or fascist regimes was attributable to a discrete set of social class alliances, the author explores the origins and outcomes of the political development in the individual nations. In Britain, ...
  
  











  



  
Marxism, Fascism, and Totalitarianism: Chapters in the Intellectual History of Radicalism
A. James Gregor

Stanford University Press, 2008

This work traces the changes in classical Marxism (the Marxism of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels) that took place after the death of its founders. It outlines the variants that appeared around the turn of the twentieth century—one of which was to be of influence among the followers of Adolf Hitler, another of which was to shape the ideology of Benito Mussolini, and still another of which provided the doctrinal rationale for V. I. Lenin's ...
  
  











  



  
Direct Struggle Against Capital: A Peter Kropotkin Anthology
Peter Kropotkin

AK Press, 2014

"The enemy on whom we declare war is capital, and it is against capital that we will direct all our efforts, taking care not to become distracted from our goal by the phony campaigns and arguments of the political parties. The great struggle that we are preparing for is essentially economic, and so it is on the economic terrain that we should focus our activities." —Peter Kropotkin Peter Kropotkin is by far anarchism’s most influential ...
  
  











  



  
Endangered Dreams: The Great Depression in California (Americans and the California Dream)
Kevin Starr

Oxford University Press, 1997

California, Wallace Stegner observed, is like the rest of the United States, only more so. Indeed, the Golden State has always seemed to be a place where the hopes and fears of the American dream have been played out in a bigger and bolder way. And no one has done more to capture this epic story than Kevin Starr, in his acclaimed series of gripping social and cultural histories. Now Starr carries his account into the 1930s, when the political ...
  
  











  








   



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