This pamphlet contains a series of articles that draw the connection between the growth of police violence in the United States and the erection of a police military intelligence apparatus that operates without any legal or constitutional constraints.
The pamphlet also examines the relation between the destruction of democratic rights and the growth of social inequality and between police violence at home and war overseas. It looks at the role of the Obama administration in bolstering the reign on terror by the American elites and the function of proponents of identity politics such as Democratic Party operative Al Sharpton.Learn More$3.00
One hundred years after the outbreak of World War I mankind confronts the danger of a new and even greater catastrophe. This pamphlet contains statements and resolutions of the International Committee of the Fourth International, the Socialist Equality Party (US) and the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit of Germany on the question of the fight against imperialist war. These writings are essential reading for all those seeking a way to oppose the launching of a new imperialist bloodbath. Learn More$3.00
One hundred years after the outbreak of World War I and the Russian Revolution, none of the problems of the twentieth century—devastating wars, economic crises, social inequality, and the threat of dictatorship—have been solved. In fact, they are posed even more sharply today.
David North argues against contemporary historians who maintain that the dissolution of the USSR signaled the “end of history” (Fukuyama), or the “short twentieth century”(Hobsbawm).Learn More
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This work contains a devastating refutation of biographies of Trotsky published in recent years by three British historians: Ian Thatcher, Geoffrey Swain and Robert Service.
Through a marshaling of facts and detailed analysis, North explains that these works continue the campaign of historical falsification against Trotsky first initiated by the Stalinist bureaucracy in the 1920s.
The significantly expanded edition contains a new foreword, four new chapters and two appendices.Learn More$15.95
This bundle contains both the ePub and the print version of Sky Between the Leaves Film Reviews, Essays and Interviews 1992 - 2012 by World Socialist Web Site Art and Culture Editor David Walsh.Learn More
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This pamphlet contains a devastating exposure of the political conspiracy behind the bankruptcy of Detroit. It consists of the five major reports presented to the Workers Inquiry held February 15, 2014 at Wayne State University, which exposed the political, social and economic forces behind the largest municipal bankruptcy case in US history.Learn More
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The articles in the this pamphlet expose the financial swindles behind the crisis in Detroit and the impact of plans to privatize the Detroit Institute of Arts. They review the conspiracy involving Detroit Emergency Manger Kevyn Orr, Governor Rick Snyder, US Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes, and the Jones Day law firm to drive Detroit into bankruptcy in order to slash pensions and other worker rights.Learn More$3.00
A unique collection of film reviews, essays on film and interviews with directors and film critics by WSWS Art and Culture Editor David Walsh spanning the 20 years from 1992-2012. Learn More$19.95
The fight to defend the artwork at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is of the highest importance to young people and workers in Detroit, across the United States and internationally. In threatening the collection of one of the premier art museums the ruling elite is demonstrating it antagonism to everything of value in the development of human thought and culture.Learn More$3.00
This pamphlet contains a selection of articles first published by the World Socialist Web Site on the strike by US oil workers that began in February 1, 2015. They are vital reading for all wishing to gain a deeper understanding of this significant movement of the working class in the heart of world capitalism. The development of this strike, after decades in which the unions have attempted to suppress the class struggle, is a symptom of immense social tensions in the United States. It reflects the deep resentment felt by working people over declining living standards under conditions where the stock market and corporate profits are at record levels. Learn More$3.00