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History on our Side. After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto The Neoliberal Crisis E. P. Thompson and the Making of the New Left - Essays and Polemics. A Great and Terrible World: The Pre-Prison Letters (1908-1926) of Antonio Gramsci Seductions and Enigmas: Laplanche, Theory, Culture
 
Telling the story of the previously relatively unknown Silvertown strike, arguing for its significance to both the labour and socialist movements. Women Against Fundamentalism: . Gramsci was interested in both popular and high-art culture, and the writings in this selection include his reflections on Futurism as well as the detective novel, on linguistics and journalism, on 'national-popular' culture and folklore. Open Tribe. In an analysis that ranges across gender, ethnicity, class, religion, lifestyle, consumerism, family life, gentrification, property relations, political representation, city life and globalisation, Huq presents a convincing case for the need to radically rethink the way we understand contemporary suburban life At its heart is an analysis of politics though the prism of generation.
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Colin Ward: Life, Times and Thought Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks, written between 1929 and 1935, are the work of one of the most original thinkers in twentieth century Europe. The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists is a classic novel of humour and sharply observed characterisation. It is also the first truly imaginative portrayal of life written from a working-class perspective, and a passionate defence of socialist ideals. The Green London Way is an alternative approach to the exploration of London. The book describes a hundred mile walk circling the capital, but, uniquely, also offers insightful histories of London's people and a commentary on its abundant local wildlife Bringing together extracts from memoirs, letters, diaries and poems, this collection provides a moving overview of the Spanish Civil War from the perspective of women participants. This is the first poetry anthology solely devoted to poems written by International Brigade volunteers
 
This book links the story of Marx's life in London to the places he lived and worked First published in 1867, Capital Volume 1 is Marx's most important work, a classic text for students of politics, philosophy and economics the debate about Europe in the UK has too often been reduced to the black-and-white simplicities of whether we should be in or out. The contributors to this volume seek to move the debate on, by fleshing out a progressive European economic, social, external and internal agenda. Combining historical analysis with personal experience and political theory, Salveson’s research suggests an alternative ownership system for the rail networks and a possible future for Britain’s transport system. The third and final volume of Kevin Morgan's widely acclaimed series Bolshevism and the British Left centres around the figure of Alf Purcell (1872-1935), who between the wars was one of the leading personalities in the British and international labour movement. In an analysis that ranges across gender, ethnicity, class, religion, lifestyle, consumerism, family life, gentrification, property relations, political representation, city life and globalisation, Huq presents a convincing case for the need to radically rethink the way we understand contemporary suburban life
 
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