The World That Never Was

A True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists, and Secret Agents Alex Butterworth     2011     544p     6 x 9 In the late nineteenth century, nations the world over were mired in economic recession and beset by social unrest, their leaders increasingly threatened by acts of terrorism and assassination from anarchist extremists. … Continue reading The World That Never Was


Jeremy Brecher     1972     480p     5 x 8 Strike! narrates the dramatic story of repeated, massive, and sometimes violent revolts by ordinary working people in America and tells this exciting hidden history from the point of view of the rank-and-file workers who lived it.  $4-10 Other works involving class war, … Continue reading Strike!

Memoirs of a Revolutionist

Vera Figner     1920     336p     6 x 9 In this classic memoir, Figner recounts her journey from aristocrat to revolutionary, candidly relating the experiences that shaped her ideas and provoked her to political action and violence. As she reflects on her own lifelong commitment to improving the lives of ordinary … Continue reading Memoirs of a Revolutionist

March to the Monteria

B. Traven     1933     240p     5 x 8 In the third of his six Jungle Novels, set in the great mahogany plantations of southern Mexico in the years before the revolution, Traven traces the beginnings of consciousness which led to rebellion by the Indians who worked in debt slavery. Other … Continue reading March to the Monteria

Labor Struggles in the Deep South

And Other Writings Covington Hall & David Roediger ed.     1999     264p     5x 8 In the half-century since it was written, Hall’s Labor Struggles In The Deep South, has become an underground classic among activist historians writing on the South and on working people. Hall—journalist, organizer, rebel, professor, and poet—brings … Continue reading Labor Struggles in the Deep South

Jumping the Line

The Adventures and Misadventures of an American Radical William Herrick     2001     280p     6 x 9 Jumping the Line offers a vivid, sobering, first-hand account of Left culture in America’s heady days of the 20s through the 40s. William Herrick grew up in New York City with pictures of Lenin … Continue reading Jumping the Line


The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt Annette Kobak    1990    258p    6 x 9 Born in switzerland to an anarchist father, Isabelle’s family moved to Algeria when they were a young girl. By the time they were in their early teens, most of their immediate family had died and they set off to explore … Continue reading Isabelle

The Guillotine at Work

Vol. I: The Leninist Counter-Revolution G.P. Maximoff    1940    360p    5 x 8 Originally published in 1940 in two volumes, this is the (partially eyewitness) account of the Leninist terror inflicted upon Russia. Maximoff, a life-long anarchist, fought in the Russian Revolution, organized with the metal-workers, and was imprisoned by Lenin’s secret police … Continue reading The Guillotine at Work

Granny Made Me An Anarchist

General Franco, The Angry Brigade, and Me Stuart Christie 2004 400p 5.5 x 8 In 1964, a fresh-faced, eighteen-year-old Glaswegian named Stuart Christie became the most famous anarchist in Britain. He was arrested delivering dynamite to Madrid to be used in the assassination of Spanish dictator General Franco. After serving three of his twenty-year sentence, … Continue reading Granny Made Me An Anarchist