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  • Palante

    Interviews and photographic essays highlight the spirit of the 70's New York-based organization of Puerto Rican radicals, the Young Lords.
  • The Palestine Communist Party 1919-1948

    This is the definitive account of a secular party that forged links between Arabs and Jews.
  • Palestine Speaks

    Edited by Mateo Hoke and Cate Malek

    For more than six decades, Israel and Palestine have been the global focal point of intractable conflict, one that has led to one of the world’s most widely reported yet least understood human rights crises. In their own words, men and women from West Bank and Gaza describe how their lives have been shaped by the conflict. Here are stories that humanize the oft-ignored violations of human rights that occur daily in the occupied Palestinian territories.

  • Palestine: A Socialist Introduction

    Edited by Sumaya Awad and Brian Bean

    This edited volume makes an impassioned and informed case for the central place of Palestine in socialist organizing and of socialism in the struggle to free Palestine.

  • The Paris Commune

    This comprehensive history—based in primary source accounts—of worker’s control in Paris considers historic and contemporary debates on the Commune's legacy
  • The Party

    An inspiring memoir by a leading activist in the antiwar and socialist movement in the 1960s.
  • Party and Class

    These essays show why we need something more than single-issue organizations, movement coalitions, if we are to achieve real change.
  • Patriot Acts

    Edited by Alia Malek

    In their own words, the narrators of Patriot Acts recount their lives before the 9/11 attacks and their experiences of the backlash that have deeply altered their lives and communities.

  • The Patron Saint of Making Curfew

    Tim Stafford’s work lives in the buffer zone between Chicago and the American Dream — far from the suburbs with white picket fences and country...

  • The Pen and the Sword

    Interviews with the late Edward Said, world-renowned literary scholar, cultural critic, and advocate for Palestinian rights.
  • People Wasn't Made to Burn

    The long-buried story of a Chicagoan's struggle for justice after four of his children perished in a tragic fire.

  • A People's Guide to Capitalism

    A lively, accessible, and timely guide to Capitalism for those who want to understand and dismantle the world of the 1%

  • A People's History of Chicago

    Named "Best Chicago Poet" by The Chicago Reader, Kevin Coval channels Howard Zinn to celebrate the Windy City's hidden history.
  • A People's History of Iraq

    Iraqis have a long tradition of fighting against foreign and domestic tyranny. Here is their story.
  • Pirates and Emperors, Old and New

    A brilliant account of the workings of state terrorism by the world’s foremost critic of U.S. Imperialism.
  • Poetry and Protest

    Edited by Aisha Karim and Lee Sustar
    A vital original collection of the interviews, poetry, and essays of the much-loved anti-apartheid leader.
  • Policing A Class Society

    An in-depth critical analysis of how ruling elites use the police institution in order to control communities.
  • The Political Economy of Racism

    A forceful, well-researched historical analysis of racism's roots and its persistence in the institutions of American society.
  • The Politics of Che Guevara

    A political portrait focused on Guevara’s thought and political record aimed at dispelling many of the myths about the revolutionary.
  • The Politics of Combined and Uneven Development

    Drawing on the prescient insights of Leon Trotsky, Löwy explores the contradictions of global economic development.
  • Poor Workers' Unions

    Illuminates key connections between the social justice movements of the last fifty years and today's most innovative labor organizing.
  • Postwar America

    Howard Zinn’s unique take on this vital period in U.S. history.
  • Powers and Prospects

    Chomsky lifts the veil of distortions that conceals the workings of history and social policy.
  • The Precipice

    A collection of interviews with the world’s leading public intellectual from the time of the rise of Donald Trump to power to the end of his presidency.