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  1. Political Profiles

    Political Profiles

    $16.95

    Before winning international fame in October 1917, Trotsky had already gained a reputation as one of the most talented socialist writers and critics. In this compilation of profiles, Trotsky creates indelible portraits of some of the giants of pre-World War One European socialism, including Jean Jaures, Karl Kautsky, Victor and Fritz Adler, George Plekhanov, Julius Martov, Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg. Learn More
  2. Problems of the British Revolution

    Problems of the British Revolution

    $7.95

    Written in 1925-26 on the eve of the general strike and first published under the title "Where is Britain Going?", this collection of four essays examines the role of Fabianism in the British labor movement. Learn More
  3. Solidarity in Poland 1980-81 and the Perspective of Political Revolution

    Solidarity in Poland 1980-81 and the Perspective of Political Revolution

    $11.95

    This book traces the historical and social origins, the international context and the unfolding of the struggle of the Polish working class in 1980-81. Learn More
  4. The Spanish Revolution (1931-39)

    The Spanish Revolution (1931-39)

    $14.95

    A collection of Trotsky's writings on events in Spain during the 1930s, covering the period between the fall of the Primo de Rivera dictatorship to the victory of Franco's fascists. His writings deal with the Popular Front, the centrist POUM, anarchism, Stalinism and basic questions of revolutionary strategy and tactics. Learn More
  5. Stalinism in Eastern Europe: The Rise and Fall of the GDR

    Stalinism in Eastern Europe: The Rise and Fall of the GDR

    $5.00

    In this pamphlet Peter Schwarz outlines the post-war historical origins of the Stalinist bloc in Eastern Europe and its collapse in 1989. The bourgeoisie and ex-bureaucrats usurped the mass uprisings that took place at the time, brutally restoring capitalist regimes. In this lecture, originally given in 1998, Schwarz discusses the political and historical questions of the nature of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the broader role of Stalinism in Eastern Europe. Learn More
  6. A State Murder Exposed: The Truth about the Killing of Joy Gardner

    A State Murder Exposed: The Truth about the Killing of Joy Gardner

    $14.95

    This book examines the case of Joy Gardner, a Jamaican immigrant, who was killed by police in her home in London in 1993. Learn More
  7. John Heartfield - Laughter is a Devastating Weapon

    John Heartfield - Laughter is a Devastating Weapon

    $49.95

    Laughter is a Devastating Weapon (Tate Publishing, October 2015) is an exciting publication devoted to the work of German artist John Heartfield (1891-1968), known for his incomparably dark, mocking, politically pointed photocollages. The title aptly refers to the satirical power of Heartfield’s artistic efforts, which earned him one of the top positions on the Nazis’ “most wanted list” when they came to power in 1933 and nearly cost him his life. Authors David King and Ernst Volland present a fascinating group of Heartfield images from King’s own collection. Volland is a German artist, whose work includes photomontages, as well as efforts in other media. Also an author and curator, Volland has brought to light overlooked figures such as Yevgeni Khaldei, the Soviet photographer best known for the iconic image of a Soviet soldier raising a flag over the Reichstag in Berlin in May 1945. Learn More

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