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AFANASYEV, V.G.

DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM

An introduction to the basic ideas of philosophy as a science, materialism, the categories and laws of motion of nature, society and human thought, dialectics, the theory of knowledge. 156 pages. See also Cameron, Dialectical Materialism and Modern Science.

0656-0

$4.25

AFANASYEV, V.G.

HISTORICAL MATERIALISM

An introduction to the mode of production, explains a social order's base and superstructure, people as decisive in social development, classes and class struggle, the state, revolutionary change, social consciousness. 180 pages.

0637-9

$4.95

APTHEKER, HERBERT

AMERICAN NEGRO SLAVE REVOLTS

A pioneering work that demolished the widespread claims that African Americans accepted slavery and were passive. Exposed the true nature of slavery. 50th Anniversary edition (1943-1993). 428 pages. Notes, Bibliography, Index.

0605-8

$14.00

APTHEKER, HERBERT

AMERICAN REVOLUTION: 1768-1788

The causes of the Revolution, popular participation, the cancer of slavery; military and world aspects. 304 pages. Bibliography. Index.

0005-6

$7.95

APTHEKER, HERBERT

EARLY YEARS OF THE REPUBLIC

1783-1793. A Marxist analysis of the Constitution; its sources, content and the struggle for ratification. 184 pages. Bibliography, Index. (Reprint 1989)

0471-9

$5.95

APTHEKER, HERBERT

NATURE OF DEMOCRACY, FREEDOM AND REVOLUTION

Explains how the meaning of these basic themes has changed throughout history and how these ideas are understood by the opposing classes. Revolution as the source of effective human emancipation. 128 pages.

0137-4

$4.95

BIMBA, ANTHONY

MOLLY MAGUIRE'S

The story of the 1870s frameup of the Pennsylvania Irish anthracite miners. 144 pages. (July 2000 reprint)

0273-9

$7.00

BONOSKY, PHILLIP

AFGHANISTAN - Washington's Secret War

A new edition of this book, based on events that the author had witnessed personally during the 1980s. Includes supplementary material and an index. 288 pages.

0732-1

$9.95

BONOSKY, PHILLIP

BIRD IN HER HAIR

A unique collection of 13 short stories based on the author's youth and labor experiences in the mill towns of Pennsylvania. Most are new stories, a few reworked or reprinted. Three original Alice Neel illustrations. 172 pages.

0661-4

$5.95

BONOSKY, PHILLIP

BROTHER BILL McKIE: Building the Union at Ford

A great read. A stirring account of union-building at Ford from the viewpoint of the workers and organizers. Originally printed in the cold war 1950s. 198 pages.

0727-7

$8.50

BONOSKY, PHILLIP

DEVILS IN AMBER: The Baltics

An original, major factual and analytical history of the Baltic peoples in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, told with a novelist's imagery and drama. This is the time of greatest peril for the Baltic workers, farmers and youth, and this book tells why. Notes. Index. 320 pages.

0699-7

$9.95

BOORSTEIN, ED

ALLENDE'S CHILE: An Inside View

A U.S. economist who worked for the Popular Unity government analyzes its successes, goals and mistakes and recounts the events that led to its overthrow. 288 pages. Index.

0488-7

$9.50

BRODINE, RUSSELL V.

FIDDLE AND FIGHT

Written with Virginia Brodine, this memoir is a delightful account of the author's struggle to be a symphony musician, early union organizing struggles for the orchestra, much more.

0729-1

$8.95

BRODINE, VIRGINIA

RED ROOTS, GREEN SHOOTS

A collection of the late author's articles about environmental issues with special attention to uniting the labor and environmental concerns into a united struggle. Includes the CPUSA environmental program. 178 pages.

0731-4

$10.00

BRODINE, VIRGINIA

SEED OF THE FIRE

PAPERBACK - A warm, fast-moving dramatic novel based on the actual struggles of Irish immigrants and other workers in the canal camps of Ohio in the 1820s. 320 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0721-5).

0722-2

$9.95

COLON, JESUS

PUERTO RICAN IN NEW YORK, and other sketches

Warm, often humorous, thoughtful true-to-life socio-political vignettes by the late journalist and barrio-laureate. A 1984 BCF American Book Award winner. 204 pages.

0589-1

$7.95

DAVIS, ANGELA Y.

ANGELA DAVIS, An Autobiography

Her own powerful story to 1972, told with warmth, brilliance, humor and conviction, with a 1988 Introduction by the author. 416 pages.

0667-6

$14.95

DAVIS, BENJAMIN J.

COMMUNIST COUNCILMAN FROM HARLEM

Autobiographical Notes Written in a Federal Penitentiary. Original Foreword by Henry Winston. Introduction by Simon W. Gerson for this new edition of Ben Davis's 1960s book. Written while Ben Davis served prison time for a Smith Act conviction later ruled unconstitutional. Index. Notes. 252 pages.

0680-5

$6.95

DECARO, LOUIS A, JR.

JOHN BROWN - The Cost of Freedom - Selections From His Life and Letters

A compelling, brief biography that will give you new insights into John Brown. It's supported by texts of selected letters written by John Brown to his family and contemporaries. 192 pages. Illustrated. Notes. Index. Available after July 2007.

0742-0

$14.00

DIMITROV, GEORGE

AGAINST FASCISM AND WAR

Report to the 7th Congress of the Communist International, 1935. Includes a 1936 speech on the People's front and a short speech to Young Communist International. Foreword by James West, then a U.S. youth delegate to the 7th Congress. Index. 136 pages.

0643-0*

$4.95

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK

LIFE AND WRITINGS OF FREDERICK DOUGLAS

PAPERBACK - Vol. 05 (Supplement) 1844-1860 Edited by Philip S. Foner. Writings and speeches discovered since the publication of the original 4 volumes; 564 pages. Index. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0453-4).

0454-2

$7.95

DU BOIS, W.E.B.

AN ABC OF COLOR

Selections by the author from over a half century of his writings, with an introduction by John Oliver Killens. 216 pages. (July 2001 reprint)

0391-0

$7.95

DU BOIS, W.E.B.

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF W.E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS

A Soliloquy on Viewing My Life from the Last Decade of Its First Century. A reflective, moving account in which, with grace and clarity, Dr. Du Bois revised and incorporated his earlier works and added new sections. 448 pages. 16 pages of photographs.

0234-0

$16.00

DU BOIS, W.E.B.

JOHN BROWN

With scholarship and passion, Du Bois understands and explains John Brown. In this 1962 edition, Du Bois updates his original 1909 edition. 312 pages. Index.

0375-0

$6.95

DU BOIS, W.E.B.

WORLD AND AFRICA: An Inquiry into the Part which Africa Has Played in World History

A new edition of this classic work with essays, written after 1955, on the new African nations. 368 pages.

0221-0

$10.00

EATON, JOHN

POLITICAL ECONOMY: A Marxist Text Book

An introduction to Marxist economic theory. 253 pages.

0157-2*

$8.50

ENGELS, FREDERICK

ENGELS ON "CAPITAL"

Helpful to any student or reader of CAPITAL, THE PROCESS OF CAPITALIST PRODUCTION, Vol 01, by Karl Marx. Contains Engels' synopsis of this book, with updated references to pages in our paperback edition (ISBN 978-0-7178-0621-8); and additional material.

0734-5*

$5.50

ENGELS, FREDERICK

LUDWIG FEUERBACH, and the Outcome of Classical German Philosophy

On the philosophy of Hegel and Feuerbach, and the essence and tasks of philosophy.

0120-6*

$5.00

ENGELS, FREDERICK

ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY, PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE STATE

Prepared by Prof. Eleanor B. Leacock who examined Engels' major conclusions in the light of more recent anthropological researches, supplied notes to the text, and a bibliography. Engels' essay, "The Part Played by Labor in the Transition from Ape to Man," is an appendix. 274 pages.

0359-0*

$8.50

ENGELS, FREDERICK

PEASANT WAR IN GERMANY

A historical-materialist analysis of the peasant revolt of 1525 and its role in the Reformation. 128 pages. (New edition, July 2000.)

0720-8*

$6.50

ENGELS, FREDERICK

ROLE OF FORCE IN HISTORY - expanded edition

Engels' unfinished essay about Bismarck's policy of blood and iron. According to Engels' original intention, this book combines his analysis of 'Germany 1848-1888' (an unfinished manuscript) with three short chapters about the 'Theory of Force' from 'Anti-Duhring.'

0739-0*

$7.50

ENGELS, FREDERICK

SOCIALISM: Utopian and Scientific

Long accepted as the leading popular explanation of the principles of scientific communism. 96 pages.

0191-6*

$5.50

FINKELSTEIN, SIDNEY

COMPOSER AND NATION: The Folk Heritage in Music

A new edition of a work equally useful to the student of music and the lover of music. Updated with a Foreword by Professor Carmelo Comberiati, and an Afterword. 356 pages.

0671-3

$8.95

FINKELSTEIN, SIDNEY

JAZZ: A People's Music

A new edition of what is still one of the two or three best books for understanding and appreciating jazz. Updated with a Foreword by Geoffrey Jacques. Original illustrations by Jules Halfant. 192 pages.

0670-6

$5.95

FLYNN, ELIZABETH GURLEY

REBEL GIRL: An Autobiography. My First Life (1906-1926)

An epic firsthand account of women and labor in the early years of the 20th century. The fiery IWW, labor defense and Communist leader writes vividly of her early life. 368 pages. Illustrated. Index.

0368-2

$9.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

CASE OF JOE HILL

Joe Hill was an IWW poet, songwriter, and organizer. This book is a history of his trial, mass defense campaign, and execution.

0022-3

$5.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 01

Annotated and Indexed. FROM THE COLONIAL TIMES TO THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR. Early trade unions and labor parties; The 10-hour movement; Northern labor and slavery; Labor and the Civil War; Rise of the Knights of Labor; Depression 1873-78 and strikes; Labor political action, more. 576 pages.

0376-7

$14.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 02

Annotated and Indexed. FROM THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR TO THE EMERGENCE OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM. The '80s Socialist movement and Labor; the Knights of Labor; Haymarket and May Day; Labor political action; The rise of the AFL; The Homestead strike; Coal creek and Cour d'Alene; American Railway Union; Pullman strike; Labor populism; Labor and the Spanish-American War; Labor and imperialism, more. 480 pages.

0388-0

$14.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 03

Annotated and Indexed. THE POLICIES AND PRACTICES OF THE A.F. OF L., 1900-1909. Labor at the turn of the Century; Open-shop drive; National Civic Federation; The church and labor; business unionism; Craft vs industrial unions; Women, Black and immigrant workers; AFL political policies; the Socialists; Western Federation of Miners; the American Labor Union, more. 480 pages.

0389-7

$14.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 04

Annotated and Indexed. THE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD. Dedicated to Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. The stirring account of IWW battles West and East. 608 pages.

0396-5

$14.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 05

Annotated and Indexed. THE AFL IN THE PROGRESSIVE ERA, 1910-1918. Labor and City government; Labor independent political action; Philadelphia general strike, 1910; Railroad Shopmen's strike; Miners' strikes in W. Va., Colo., Michigan; Revolt of the Garment Workers, and more. 300 pages.

0562-4

$8.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 06

HARDCOVER - Annotated and Indexed. ON THE EVE OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO WORLD WAR I, 1915-1916. Henry Ford's $5.00 day; strikes in Arizona mines, Youngstown OH; Bayonne NJ; NY City Transit strike, 1916; Garment workers; Women workers; Railroad workers and the eight-hour day; Black workers on the eve of WWI, and more. 264 pages. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0595-2).

0602-7

$19.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 06

PAPERBACK - Annotated and Indexed. ON THE EVE OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO WORLD WAR I, 1915-1916. Henry Ford's $5.00 day; strikes in Arizona mines, Youngstown OH; Bayonne NJ; NY City Transit strike, 1916; Garment workers; Women workers; Railroad workers and the eight-hour day; Black workers on the eve of WWI, and more. 264 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0602-7).

0595-2

$10.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 07

HARDCOVER - Annotated and Indexed. LABOR AND WORLD WAR I, 1914- 1918. Socialist Party, organized labor, the IWW during WWI; Mooney-Billings frameup; Women and Black workers during WWI; struggles in mining and lumber, Wartime repression of the IWW, Socialists, more. 420 pages. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0627-0).

0638-6

$21.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 07

PAPERBACK - Annotated and Indexed. LABOR AND WORLD WAR I, 1914- 1918. Socialist Party, organized labor, the IWW during WWI; Mooney-Billings frameup; Women and Black workers during WWI; struggles in mining and lumber, Wartime repression of the IWW, Socialists, more. 420 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0638-6).

0627-0

$9.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 08

HARDCOVER - Annotated and Indexed. POSTWAR STRUGGLES, 1918-1920. Labor and the Red Scare; Seattle and Winnipeg general strikes; Boston telephone and police strikes; Streetcar strikes in Chicago, Denver, Knoxville, Kansas City; strikes in clothing, textile, coal and steel; The open-shop drive; Strikes and Black-white relationships; the AFL and the Black worker; the IWW; Communist Party founded; Political action 1918-1920. 320 pages. Also available in paperback (ISBN 0-7178-0652-2).

0653-9

$19.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 08

PAPERBACK - Annotated and Indexed. POSTWAR STRUGGLES, 1918-1920. Labor and the Red Scare; Seattle and Winnipeg general strikes; Boston telephone and police strikes; Streetcar strikes in Chicago, Denver, Knoxville, Kansas City; strikes in clothing, textile, coal and steel; The open-shop drive; Strikes and Black-white relationships; the AFL and the Black worker; the IWW; Communist Party founded; Political action 1918-1920. 320 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0653-9).

0652-2

$8.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 09

HARDCOVER - Annotated and Indexed. The TUEL (Trade Union Educational League) to the end of the Gompers era. Strikes in N.E. textile, San Pedro IWW strike; Women workers; The TUEL formed; RR struggles, Machinists and Carpenters, Miners, Fur Workers, ILGWU, Amalgamated Clothing and Millinery workers; Labor and the Soviet Union; Independent political action; End of Gompers Era of AFL. 414 pages. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0674-4).

0673-7

$21.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 09

PAPERBACK - Annotated and Indexed. The TUEL (Trade Union Educational League) to the end of the Gompers era. Strikes in N.E. textile, San Pedro IWW strike; Women workers; The TUEL formed; RR struggles, Machinists and Carpenters, Miners, Fur Workers, ILGWU, Amalgamated Clothing and Millinery workers; Labor and the Soviet Union; Independent political action; End of Gompers Era of AFL. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0673-7).

0674-4

$12.50

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 10

HARDCOVER - Annotated and Indexed. The TUEL (Trade Union Educational League) 1925-1929. Adds significant new facts to these TUEL years and their import. More on the miners, Ladies' Garment workers, Fur workers, Amalgamated Clothing, Auto, Textile, Maritime and Agricultural workers; Labor and Fascism; Sacco-Vanzetti frameup; Black Workers; American T.U. delegation to Soviet Union; Changes in trade union policy. 360 pages. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0691-1).

0690-4

$19.00

FONER, PHILIP S.

HISTORY OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, Vol. 10

PAPERBACK - Annotated and Indexed. The TUEL (Trade Union Educational League) 1925-1929. Adds significant new facts to these TUEL years and their import. More on the miners, Ladies' Garment workers, Fur workers, Amalgamated Clothing, Auto, Textile, Maritime and Agricultural workers; Labor and Fascism; Sacco-Vanzetti frameup; Black Workers; American T.U. delegation to Soviet Union; Changes in trade union policy. 360 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0690-4).

0691-1

$10.95

FONER, PHILIP S.

MAY DAY

PAPERBACK - A Short History of the International Workers' Holiday, 1886-1986. The only account in print of the origins of May Day, with highlights of its first century from around the world. 21 illustrations. Notes. Index. 192 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0633-1).

0624-9

$9.75

FONER, PHILIP S. - editor

HELEN KELLER: HER SOCIALIST YEARS

PAPERBACK - Helen Keller was not only famous for overcoming her blindness and deafness. Between 1910 and 1929, she was also one of the best known figures in the American Socialist movement. This book includes her arguments for women's suffrage, her opposition to World War I, her defense of the "Wobblies," her views on birth control, her support of the socialist Eugene V. Debs, her pleas on behalf of the unemployed, and her defense of the newborn Soviet Union and its leader, Lenin. 128 pages.

0748-2

$6.00

FOSTER, WILLIAM Z

PAGES FROM A WORKER'S LIFE

Autobiographical sketches from his life.

0149-7

$3.25

FREEDOMWAYS, editors

PAUL ROBESON, The Great Forerunner. Centennial edition, 1998

Compiled by the editors of Freedomways. Tributes to Robeson in prose and poetry by his contemporaries. Selections from Robeson's own writings. Foreword to this edition by Ernest Kaiser. Updated bibliography. 408 pages with 32 pages of photographs.

0724-6

$14.95

GRAMSCI, ANTONIO

MODERN PRINCE and Other Writings

Selections from the Italian philosopher and revolutionary. 192 pages. (July 2000 reprint).

0133-6

$8.50

GRAMSCI, ANTONIO

PRISON NOTEBOOKS: SELECTIONS

An extensive anthology, including his most important writings while in prison on philosophy, history, Communist Party formation, the intellectuals, and other subjects. 572 pages.

0397-2

$16.00

HAMILTON-DANN, MARY

VLADIMIR AND NADYA: The Lenin Story

An original historical and personal biography of V.I.Lenin and his wife Nadya. A warm, fascinating account of their lives together, of many of their coworkers, their hopes and struggles. 320 pages. Includes photographs.

0712-3

$14.95

HORNE, GERALD

BLOWS AGAINST THE EMPIRE: U.S. Imperialism in Crisis

A thought provoking study that analyzes our imperialistic relationships with Iraq, China. Cuba, Africa, Latin, America, Russia, and the European Union. Topics include International Law and Finance, Global and U.S. Fightback, and Law of the Environment.

0746-8

$10.00

HUDSON, HOSEA

BLACK WORKER IN THE DEEP SOUTH

The life story of a sharecropper's son who became an industrial worker, a Communist, and part of the union and civil rights struggles. Hudson was honored with presentation of the key to the city of Birmingham, AL by then Mayor Richard Arrington in 1980 142 pages.

0683-6

$4.95

IBARRURI, DOLORES (La Pasionaria)

THEY SHALL NOT PASS

The gripping, autobiographical story of the Spanish Civil War by the legendary Communist leader. 360 pages.

0468-9

$9.00

JACKSON, T. A.

CHARLES DICKENS: Progress of a Radical

A new edition of a book from the late 1930s; Dickens' work, interpreted within the social background of his time. A Foreword by Dr. John Murray evaluates this work as a useful sociology supplement for teachers and students. 172 pages.

0654-6

$5.75

LAPIDES, KENNETH, ed.

MARX AND ENGELS ON THE TRADE UNIONS

A complete modern compilation of Marx's and Engel's writings on unions, strikes, labor aristocracy, U.S. labor, and more from 1833 to 1894. Introduction and notes by the editor, formerly a shop steward, now a writer. First paperback edition. 260 pages.

0676-8*

$8.95

LENIN, V.I.

EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN

On problems of women's equality, including Clara Zetkin's interview with Lenin, and a preface by N.K. Krupskaya. 136 pages.

0290-6*

$6.75

LENIN, V.I.

IMPERIALISM: The Highest Stage of Capitalism

Lenin's famous treatise on imperialism as an outgrowth of monopoly and finance capital. 128 pages.

0098-8*

$5.50

LENIN, V.I.

INTRODUCTION TO MARX, ENGELS, MARXISM

Brief collection of the basic ideas of Marx, Engels, Lenin. 108 pages. Notes.

0647-8*

$6.00

LENIN, V.I.

LEFT-WING COMMUNISM, AN INFANTILE DISORDER

A popular essay in Marxist strategy and tactics. 96 pages.

0107-0*

$6.00

LENIN, V.I.

NATIONAL LIBERATION, SOCIALISM, and IMPERIALISM

Selected writings on the right of nations to self-determination, the role of the working class against all forms of national oppression, and how these relate to imperialism and the fight for socialism.

0135-0*

$9.00

LENIN, V.I.

STATE AND REVOLUTION

An analytical discussion of the role of the state as the instrument of the ruling class. 103 pages.

0196-1*

$4.95

LENIN, V.I.

TWO TACTICS of Social Democracy in the Democratic Revolution

Lenin's concept of the revolutionary-democratic government of the working class and the peasantry, and the path of transition to socialism, written in l905.

0206-7*

$3.25

LENIN, V.I.

WHAT IS TO BE DONE?

A basic consideration of the conditions and problems in the formation of a vanguard, revolutionary party. 200 pages.

0218-0*

$7.50

LESUEUR, MERIDEL

SALUTE TO SPRING

Twelve loved, classic short stories; poetic, evocative, strong about working men and women of the 1930s and 1940s. 192 pages.

0463-4

$6.75

LUMPKIN, BEATRICE

ALWAYS BRING A CROWD

The story of Frank Lumpkin, Steelworker. A fast-moving, fascinating, informative account of an African American Communist and his family, from Georgia and Florida to the merchant marine, to Buffalo and Chicago. Never fight for your rights by yourself - "always bring a crowd!" 272 pages with 68 photographs.

0725-3

$12.95

LUMPKIN, BEATRICE

JOY IN THE STRUGGLE

"A must-read inspirational account of a woman who dares...a story that shines a light on all that is good; a life worth emulating to advance our struggle for a better world."  Ed Sadlowski, labor organizer. 352 pages. Illustrations

0750-2

$12.95

MARX, KARL

CAPITAL, THE PROCESS OF CAPITALIST PRODUCTION, Vol. 01

PAPER - Possibly the most important book in working-class history. 768 pages. Also available in hardcover; see Vol. 35 of the Collected Works of Marx and Engels (ISBN 978-0-7178-0535-8). Paperback editions of CAPITAL Vol. 02 and Vol. 03 are indefinitely unavailable. For hardcover editions of Vol. 02 and Vol. 03, see Vol. 36 (ISBN 978-0-7178-0536-5) and Vol. 37 (ISBN 978-0-7178-0537-2), respectively, of the Collected Works of Marx and Engels. See our associated book, ENGELS ON "CAPITAL" (ISBN 978-0-7178-0734-5) by Frederick Engels.

0621-8*

$18.00

MARX, KARL

CLASS STRUGGLES IN FRANCE: 1848-50

These articles on revolution and counterrevolution were written while the events were still in progress. 158 pages.

0030-8*

$7.95

MARX, KARL

CONTRIBUTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY

Still the best book on money in world economic literature. Introduction by Maurice Dobb. 264 pages.

0041-4*

$10.00

MARX, KARL

CRITIQUE OF THE GOTHA PROGRAM

Criticism of an early Social-Democratic program, with the famous definition of communist society. Appendices include Lenin's notes on the state. 116 pages.

0043-8*

$6.00

MARX, KARL

ECONOMIC AND PHILOSOPHIC MANUSCRIPTS OF 1844

The first draft of the philosophy of Marxism. Edited by Professor Dirk J. Struik. 256 pages.

0053-7*

$8.95

MARX, KARL

EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE

A famous example of historical materialist analysis. 128 pages.

0056-8*

$6.95

MARX, KARL

POVERTY OF PHILOSOPHY

Marx's polemic with Proudhon, in a new translation with explanatory notes and appendix: 240 pages. New edition.

0701-7*

$6.95

MARX, KARL

PRE-CAPITALIST ECONOMIC FORMATIONS

These notes of 1857-58 throw light on Marx's views concerning the epochs of society and their evolutionary stages. Important for understanding the approach of historical materialism, and as background for further development of the Marxist study of history. (From "The Grundrisse.") Introduction by Eric J. Hobsbawm. 160 pages.

0165-7*

$8.00

MARX, KARL

WAGE-LABOUR AND CAPITAL & VALUE, PRICE AND PROFIT

The famous lectures to workers on the economic laws that determine wages and profits. 110 pages.

0470-2*

$5.50

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 01: 1835-1843

INDEFINITELY OUT OF STOCK - The early writings of Marx including his Doctoral Dissertation, articles from the Rheinische Zeitung; poetry. 840 pages.

0407-8*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 02: 1838-1842

The early writings of Engels, including poems and correspondence. 703 pages.

0413-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 03: 1843-1844

Includes Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right, the Manuscripts of 1844. 694 pages.

0414-6*

$29.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 04: 1844-1845

The Holy Family, The Condition of the Working Class in England, etc. 808 pages.

0455-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 05: 1845-1847

Theses on Feuerbach, The German Ideology, and related manuscripts. 687 pages.

0505-1*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 06: 1845-1848

The Poverty of Philosophy, The Communist Manifesto, The Polish Question. 805 pages.

0506-8*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 07: 1848

Demands of the Communist Party in Germany, articles, speeches. 750 pages.

0507-5*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 08: 1848-1849

INDEFINITELY OUT OF STOCK - The journalism and speeches of the revolutionary years in Germany. 688 pages.

0508-2*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 09: 1849

Continues Volume 08. 688 pages.

0509-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 10: 1849-1851

Includes the Class Struggles in France and the Peasant War in Germany. 814 pages.

0510-5*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 11: 1851-1853

Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany, The 18th Brumaire, etc. 796 pages.

0511-2*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 12: 1853-1854

Articles from the New York Daily Tribune and the People's Paper. 815 pages.

0512-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 13: 1854-1855

The Eastern Question, Spain, England, etc. in articles from the New York Daily Tribune and Neue Oder Zeitung. 825 pages.

0513-6*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 14: 1855-1856

The Armies of Europe, articles from the New York Daily Tribune, Neue Oder Zeitung and unpublished Preparatory Materials. 809 pages.

0514-3*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 15: 1856-1858

Revelations of the Diplomatic History of the 18th Century; articles from the NY Daily Tribune; Chronicle of the History of Prussia. 808 pages.

0515-0*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 16: 1858-1860

Engels' Po and Rhine, articles from the New York Daily Tribune and Das Volk. 800 pages.

0516-7*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 17: 1859-1860

Herr Vogt, Review of International Relations in Europe, articles from the New York Daily Tribune. 704 pages.

0517-4*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 18: 1857-1862

INDEFINITELY OUT OF STOCK - Articles from the New American Cyclopaedia and the Volunteer Journal: Notes on the Art of War. 720 pages.

0518-1*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 19: 1861-1864

History of the Polish Question. Articles on the U.S. Civil War, intervention in Mexico, etc., many from New York Daily Tribune. 484 pages.

0519-8*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 20: 1864-1868

Inaugural Address, other documents for the First International; articles, speeches on the Polish and other questions. 614 pages.

0520-4*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 21: 1867-1870

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK - The Fenian Prisoners; History of Ireland, articles, documents, of the First International. 645 pages.

0521-1*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 22: July 1870 - October 1871

Addresses to the General Council, International Working Men's Association.; The Franco-Prussian War and The Paris Commune. The Civil War in France, including drafts and notes. 819 pages.

0522-8*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 23: 1871-1874

Includes pamphlets and articles of the First International; The Housing Question, by Engels. 848 pages.

0523-5*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 24: 1874-1888

Articles and notes on Germany, the USA and Russia. Critique of the Gotha Program, notes on world history, etc. 774 pages.

0524-2*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 25: 1873-1883

Engels. Anti-Duhring, with preparatory materials; Dialectics of Nature. 776 pages.

0525-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 26: 1882-1889

Engels. Includes Origin of the Family, Ludwig Feuerbach, and the unfinished The Role of Force in History, many of Engels' prefaces and major articles. 778 pages.

0526-6*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 27: Engels: 1890-1895

Tsarist foreign policy; British developments; Can Europe Disarm? History of Primitive Christianity; The Peasant Question, more. 728 pages.

0527-3*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 28: Major portion of the Grundrisse

This volume begins the most important economic writings of Karl Marx, covers 1857-1858. 618 pages.

0528-0*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 29: Balance of the Grundrisse

Continues Marx's major economic works, 1859-1861. 616 pages.

0529-7*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 30: Notebooks I-VI

A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy. Consists of three sections on the production process of capital and the beginning of Theories of Surplus Value. 538 pages.

0530-3*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 31: Notebooks VII-XII

Theories of Surplus Value.

0531-0*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 32: Notebooks XII-XV

Concludes the theories of Surplus Value.

0532-7*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 33: 1861-1863 (manuscripts)

Contains Economic Manuscripts of 1861-1863. 552 pages.

0533-4*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 34: 1861-1863 (conclusion)

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK - Concludes the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63. Chapter 6 from the ms. of Capital, Vol. 01. (1863-64). 580 pages.

0534-1*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 35: Vol. 01 Capital

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK - HARDCOVER - Possibly the most important book in working-class history. 864 pages.

0535-8*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 36: Vol. 02 Capital

TEMORARILY OUT OF STOCK - 556 pages.

0536-5*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 37: Vol. 03 Capital

992 pages.

0537-2*

$34.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 38: Correspondence 1844-1951

735 pages.

0538-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 39: Correspondence 1852-1855

780 pages.

0539-6*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 40: Correspondence 1856-1860

780 pages.

0540-2*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 41: Correspondence 1860-1864

784 pages.

0541-9*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 42: Correspondence 1864-1868

808 pages.

0542-6*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 43: Correspondence 1868-1870

800 pages.

0543-3*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 44: Correspondence, July 1870 - December 1873

822 pages.

0544-0*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 45: Correspondence 1874-1879

623 pages.

0545-7*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 46: Correspondence 1880-1883

634 pages. The last volume with Marx's correspondence.

0546-4*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 47: Engels, Correspondence 1883-1886

765 pages.

0547-1*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 48: Engels, Correspondence 1886-1889

Published in 2002.

0548-8*

$34.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 49: Engels, Correspondence 1890-1892

Published in 2002.

0549-5*

$24.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 50: Engels, Correspondence 1892-1895

Published in 2004.

0550-1*

$34.95

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

Collected Works of Marx and Engels, Vol. 51: Subject Index

NOT YET PUBLISHED - Single volume. 832 pages.

0551-8

$40.00

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

The authorized English translation with a preface by Frederick Engels. 48 pages. See also Struik, "BIRTH OF THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO" (ISBN 978-0-7178-0320-0).

0241-8*

$2.50

MARX, KARL and ENGELS, FREDERICK

GERMAN IDEOLOGY

OUT OF STOCK - (We will have a new edition soon.) This edition of the critique of post-Hegelian thought includes the first full statement of dialectical materialism. 168 pages.

0302-6*

$0.00

MARX, KARL and LENIN, V.I.

CIVIL WAR IN FRANCE: The Paris Commune

On the working-class response to the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71, and the lessons of the Commune. A new edition with supplementary material by N. Fedorovsky providing background on the European scene before and after Marx wrote this essay. 182 pages.

0666-9*

$8.95

MILLON, ROBERT

ZAPATA: The Ideology of a Peasant Revolutionary

A 1994 Afterword by the author updates this solid evalution of Zapata and the meaning of his movement. 2nd edition.

0710-9

$6.95

MORRIS, WILLIAM

NEWS FROM NOWHERE

More than 100 years ago, the author wrote this tale about his visit to a new, better, more humane social order.

0728-4

$7.95

NERUDA, PABLO

LET THE RAIL SPLITTER AWAKE and OTHER POEMS

The Waldeen translation. Includes woodcuts by Jose Venturelli.

0668-3

$5.95

PATTERSON, WILLIAM L.

MAN WHO CRIED GENOCIDE: An Autobiography

Highlights from the remarkable life of a participant in the Sacco-Vanzetti and Scottsboro cases, who founded the Civil Rights Congress and presented the historic petition "We Charge Genocide to the UN" in 1951. A new edition, with a section of the famous petition "We Charge Genocide." Index.

0685-0

$7.95

PATTERSON, WILLIAM L.

WE CHARGE GENOCIDE: The Crime of Government Against the Negro People

NOT YET PUBLISHED - (Meanwhile, please see ISBN 978-0-7178-0312-5.) Edited by William L. Patterson. Contains the historic petition that William L. Patterson and Paul Robeson presented to the United Nations in 1951. This 2007 edition includes William L. Patterson's 1970 foreword, Ossie Davis's brief preface, and Jarvis Tyner's afterword. 260 pages.

0745-1

$9.00

PATTERSON, WILLIAM L.

WE CHARGE GENOCIDE: The Crime of Government Against the Negro People

LIMITED QUANTITY - Edited by William L. Patterson. Contains the historic petition that William L. Patterson and Paul Robeson presented to the United Nations in 1951. Includes William L. Patterson's 1970 foreword, Ossie Davis's brief preface, and Jarvis Tyner's afterword.

0312-5

$1.95

PERLO, VICTOR

ECONOMICS OF RACISM II: The Roots of Inequality USA

PAPERBACK - A completely new edition. Reexamines the facts and explores their new dimensions, the issues and remedies for the 1990s and the next millennium. 1997 winner of an award from the Gustavus Myers Center for Human Rights as an outstanding book in its field. 320 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0697-3).

0698-0

$9.75

PERLO, VICTOR

PEOPLE VS. PROFITS, Vol. 01

HARDCOVER - A selection of columns about daily economic issues from the weekly series written by the late author. Selected for their usefulness to current struggles on such issues as wages, taxes, health care, social security, the fight against racism, and the sources of corporate profits. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0730-7).

0736-9

$18.00

PERLO, VICTOR

PEOPLE VS. PROFITS, Vol. 01

PAPERBACK - A selection of columns about daily economic issues from the weekly series written by the late author. Selected for their usefulness to current struggles on such issues as wages, taxes, health care, social security, the fight against racism, and the sources of corporate profits. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0736-9).

0730-7

$9.95

PERLO, VICTOR

PEOPLE VS. PROFITS, Vol. 02, The United States and the World

HARDCOVER - Selections from weekly newspaper columns (1960s through late 1990s) on the vile policies and practices of the U.S. government and it puppet corporations: Profits behind wars, trade pacts, and global pirate diplomacy.  A highly-readable resource book for activists, progressives, and general readers. Includes cartoons. Also available in paperback (ISBN 978-0-7178-0743-7).

0741-3

$25.00

PERLO, VICTOR

PEOPLE VS. PROFITS, Vol. 02, The United States and the World

PAPERBACK - Selections from weekly newspaper columns (1960s through late 1990s) on the vile policies and practices of the U.S. government and it puppet corporations: Profits behind wars, trade pacts, and global pirate diplomacy.  A highly-readable resource book for activists, progressives, and general readers. Includes cartoons. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0741-3).

0743-7

$14.00

PERLO, VICTOR

SUPERPROFITS AND CRISES: Modern U.S. Capitalism

PAPERBACK - A major study applying Marxist economic theory to the workings of the U.S. economy and the transnationals. Eighteen chapters on labor and value, exploitation, racism, the rate of profit, monopoly, militarism, the superstructure, imperialism and the world economy, economic crises, and more. 75 tables, 25 charts. Illustrated. Appendix. Notes. Index. 564 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0665-2).

0662-1

$9.95

PLEKHANOV

FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF MARXISM

A defense of Marxism as an integral world outlook, against those who would vulgarize and/or distort it. Appendix includes The Materialist Conception of History, and The Role of the Individual in History. 160 pages.

0073-5*

$8.00

POMEROY, WILLIAM J.

PHILIPPINES: Colonialism, Collaboration, and Resistance

An original study of Philippine history, with special attention to the Left and the people's struggles, the role of the USA, of the TNCs and World Bank, analysis of recent events.

0692-8

$9.95

QUIN, MIKE

BIG STRIKE

The story of the great 1934 general strike in San Francisco. A classic of working-class journalism. Foreword by Harry Bridges. 276 pages. Illustrated. Appendix, Index.

0504-4

$9.75

RAINERI, VIVIAN McGUCKIN

RED ANGEL: The Life and Times of Elaine Black Yoneda, 1906-1988

PAPERBACK - A fast moving, vibrant biography of an outstanding communist activist for labor's rights, civil rights, peace, and justice. Rich anecdotes as well as facts. 27 photographs. Bibliography, Appendix, Index. 344 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0688-1).

0686-7

$9.95

REED, JOHN

INSURGENT MEXICO

A personal adventure story that is also a valuable historic documentary of the heady days Reed spent with Pancho Villa and his peon army in northern Mexico. 292 pages.

0099-5

$9.50

REED, JOHN

TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD

The classic of American journalism, covering the Bolshevik Revolution. With a preface by N. Krupskaya and an introduction by John Howard Lawson. 445 pages.

0200-5

$9.95

RUBIN, DANIEL

CAN CAPITALISM LAST? A Marxist Update

How do U.S. Communists see the road ahead? How can fundamental change develop within an unstable capitalist system? 196 pages.

0747-5

$10.00

RUBIN, DANIEL, editor

ANTI-SEMITISM AND ZIONISM - updated second edition

NOT YET PUBLISHED - Includes, from the first edition, selected writings of Vladimir Lenin, Hyman Lumer, Herbert Aptheker, Gus Hall, and Lew Moroze. Contains a new introduction by Daniel Rubin, and additional contributions from Claude Lightfoot, Judith LeBlanc, and Sam Webb.

0735-2

$14.00

SABRI-TABRIZI, GHOLAMREZA

IRAN: A Child's Story, A Man's Experience

PAPERBACK - In a storyteller's style, IRAN enlightens readers about the culture, daily life, history, conflicts and aspirations of the people, from the 1930s to the early 1980s. Sensitive, poetic, moving. A plea for peace. Many photographs. Index. 304 pages. Also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-7178-0681-2).

0682-9

$12.50

SELSAM and MARTEL, editors

READER IN MARXIST PHILOSOPHY

The basic philosophical thought of Marx, Engels and Lenin gathered together in the categories customary to Western philosophy. 384 pages.

0167-1

$10.00

SHIELDS, ART

ON THE BATTLE-LINES

Volume 02 of Art Shield's life story covers 1919-1939, the miners' battle against the coal barons, struggles in the South, the Seattle general strike, the IWW San Pedro strike, the battle to build the CIO, the Spanish Civil War, and more. Exciting labor reportage at its best. Illustrated by Peggy Lipschutz. Photographs. 292 pages.

0644-7

$6.95

SMERTIN, YURI

KWAME NKRUMAH

An original study of the life and work of Nkrumah which traces the development of his thought and practice. Key passages from Nkrumah's writings and those of contemporaries are drawn on to illuminate Nkrumah's great contributions as well as certain contradictory elements in his outlook. An excellent one-volume source. 180 pages.

0655-3

$6.95

STEIN, PHILIP

SIQUEIROS: His Life and Works

PAPERBACK - An insightful biography of the committed and exciting life of the famed Mexican muralist, by an American artist who spent 10 years as his assistant. 488 pages, including 72 pages of monochrome photographs and color art prints.

0706-2

$29.95

STRUIK, DIRK, J. editor

BIRTH OF THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

In this edition for students, Professor Struik has supplied a full introduction on the genesis of the Manifesto. Besides the full text of the Manifesto, the book includes all prefaces by Marx or Engels; Engels' "Principles of Communism" and a brief history of the Manifesto in the USA. Fully annotated. Index. Illustrated. 224 pages.

0320-0*

$7.95

TARG, HARRY R.

CUBA and the USA: A New World Order?

A succinct overview of Cuba's history. Focuses on the years after the 1959 Revolution. Impressions and information from the author's recent visits build an argument for a change in U.S. policy toward Cuba. 130 pages.

0700-0

$5.50

TRUITT, WILLIS H.

MARXIST ETHICS - A Short Exposition

A brief, informative, and thought-provoking book that explores Marx's moral standpoint, determinism, individual needs and rights, morality and the arts, and ethics in our "new world." 132 pages.

0740-6

$7.50

TWAIN, MARK

KING LEOPOLD'S SOLILOQUY

Twain's biting satire on the gruesome Belgian reign over the Congo. Rarely included in Twain collections. 96 pages.

0687-4

$5.00