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An independent publisher of radical, left‐wing non­‐fiction books. Established in 1969, we are one of the oldest radical publishing houses in the UK, but our focus remains making timely interventions in contemporary struggles.

PODCAST: ‘Radicals in Conversation’ – Repeal the 8th

In our latest podcast, Chris Browne and Emily Orford are joined by Maev McDaid, an activist with Alliance for Choice, and Lewis Kenny, a Dublin-based artist and activist, in a discussion about the...

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Pluto Press stands with the campaign to Repeal the 8th - fighting for the decriminalisation of abortion in Ireland.

Repeal the 8th

On 25th May, Ireland will hold a referendum on repealing the 8th amendment and liberalising its strict abortion laws. Maev McDaid, has all the info you need on the referendum and what you can do to help Repeal the 8th activists.

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Feminist Reading List

From feminist theory, to history and contemporary politics, these are some of Pluto’s best books, old and new, that celebrate radical women.

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How the media has been complicit in sustaining free market capitalism.
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Wilful Forgetting: Privatisation and Media Complicity

The political consensus on privatisation is finally breaking. But how was that consensus maintained through a decade of crisis? Laura Basu describes how the media’s fugue state is fuelling ‘free market’ capitalism.

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A sharp analysis of the widening cracks in Israel's traditional pillars of support
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Ben White – London (UK)

Ben White – London (UK)

Pluto Live and Amnesty International are delighted to host the official book launch for Ben White’s new book Cracks...

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Oral testimonies from the creative, violent and ground-shaking events in France, May '68.
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Mitch Abidor – London (UK)

Mitch Abidor – London (UK)

Mitch Abidor launching book at Bookmarks, London.

The mass protests that shook France in May 1968 were exciting, dangerous, creative and influential, changing European politics to this day. Students demonstrated, workers went on general...

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May 1968: From the Picketlines to Present

In May of 1968 mass protests shook the world, Mitchell Abidor explores how those exciting, dangerous, creative and influential days influenced himself and those he spoke to.

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