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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’
'Tribune'

We speak to the editorial team behind the relaunched Tribune magazine, in a discussion covering the value of tradition; Corbynism; Jacobin and graphic design; and the foregrounding of culture in our political movements.

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A history of the world that proves that nothing can stay the same.
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A vivid collection of texts from the movements and uprisings of the 'long 1968'.
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The Long Shadow of 1968

1968 was the highpoint of a cycle of popular struggles that shook edifices of power across the world. In this blog, Laurence Cox records the struggles that challenged racism and patriarchy, colonialism, heteronormativity and authoritarianism.

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A history of the feminist movement that changed how we see women's work forever
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The History of Wages for Housework

Revolutionary feminism is resurging across the world. But what were its origins? Louise Toupin retells the history of ‘Wages for Housework’ which made advanced debates in social reproduction and the gendered aspects of labour.

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How England's political cultures are being eroded by neoliberalism
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Stuart Hall and Gramsci
On Conservatism and Social Liberalism

What lessons can Stuart Hall and Gramsci teach us about the difficult relationship between conservatism and social liberalism? And what can that tell us about the way that political cultures have shaped British identities in recent years?

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First publication in English of a groundbreaking book of revolutionary queer theory.
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Mario Mieli

Mario Mieli was a leading figure in the Italian gay movement of the 1970s, respected as one of the movement's most profound intellectuals. He committed suicide in 1983 at the age of 30. His work Towards a Gay Communism (Pluto, 2018) was... VIEW
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