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People's Republic of Walmart: How the Wo

05/03/2019, £9.99
For the left and the right, major multinational companies are held up as the ultimate expressions of free-market capitalism. Their remarkable success appears to vindicate the old idea that modern society is too complex to be subjected to a plan.

Planet of Slums

17/01/2017, £9.99
According to the United Nations, more than one billion people now live in the slums of the cities of the South. In this brilliant and ambitious book, Mike Davis explores the future of a radically unequal and explosively unstable urban world. From t

Precarious Life: The Power of Mourning a

17/07/2006, £10.99
In her most impassioned and personal book to date, Judith Butler responds in this profound appraisal of post-9/11 America to the current US policies to wage perpetual war...

Radical Happiness: Moments of Collective

13/11/2018, £9.99
Why are we so obsessed by the pursuit of happiness? With new ways to measure contentment we are told that we have a right to individual joy. But at what cost? In an age of increasing individualism, we have never been more alone and miserable.

Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City

12/03/2019, £11.99
Long before Occupy, cities were the subject of much utopian thinking. They are the centers of capital accumulation as well as of revolutionary politics, where deeper currents of social and political change rise to the surface.

Return: A Palestinian Memoir

24/04/2015, £16.99
Having grown up in Britain following her family's exile from Palestine, doctor, author and academic Ghada Karmi leaves her adoptive home in a quest to return to her homeland.

Revolutionary Yiddishland: A History of

07/11/2017, £9.99
Jewish radicals manned the barricades on the avenues of Petrograd and the alleys of the Warsaw ghetto; they were in the vanguard of those resisting Franco and the Nazis.

So They Call You Pisher!

12/09/2017, £16.99
In this humorous and moving memoir, Michael Rosen recalls the first twenty-three years of his life.
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