Marxism in the United States: Remapping the History of the American Left

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THE HAYMARKET SERIES

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FIRE IN THE AMERICAS: Forging a Revolutionary Alliance by Roger Burbach and Orlando Núñez

THE FINAL FRONTIER: The Rise and Fall of the American Rocket State by Dale Carter

CORRUPTIONS OF EMPIRE: Life Studies and the Reagan Era by Alexander Cockburn

THE SOCIAL ORIGINS OF PRIVATE LIFE: A History of American Families, 1600-1900 by Stephanie Coontz

CITY OF QUARTZ: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles by Mike Davis

PRISONERS OF THE AMERICAN DREAM: Politics and Economy in the History of the US Working Class by Mike Davis

POSTMODERNISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS: Theories, Practices Edited by E. Ann Kaplan

RANK-AND-FILE REBELLION: Teamsters for a Democratic Union by Dan La Botz

AN INJURY TO ALL: The Decline of American Unionism by Kim Moody

YOUTH, IDENTITY, POWER: The Chicano Movement by Carlos Muñoz, Jr.

OUR OWN TIME: A History of American Labor and the Working Day by David R. Roediger and Philip S. Foner

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE WHITE REPUBLIC: Class Politics and Mass Culture in Nineteenth-Century America by Alexander Saxton

BLACK MACHO AND THE MYTH OF THE SUPERWOMAN by Michele Wallace

INVISIBILITY BLUES: From Pop to Theory by Michele Wallace

THE LEFF AND THE DEMOCRATS The Year Left 1

TOWARDS A RAINBOW SOCIALISM The Year Left 2

RESHAPING THE US LEFT: Popular Struggles in the 1980s The Year Left 3

FIRE IN THE HEARTH: The Radical Politics of Place in America The Year Left 4


Forthcoming

THE MERCURY THEATER: Orson Welles and the Popular Front by Michael Denning

THE POLITICS OF SOLIDARITY: Central America and the US Left by Van Gosse

BLACK AMERICAN POLITICS: From the Washington Marches to Jesse Jackson ( Second Edition) by Manning Marable

THE SOCIALIST REVIEW READER

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